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BILLS CHIEF AUTHORED:


HF4440, Lohmer - Lake Elmo; Highway 36 acceleration lane funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated. What happened: Introduced in Transportation Finance.

HF 3904, Lohmer - Number of unlicensed individuals that a licensed individual may supervise for racking and module installation of solar photovoltaic electrical energy systems modified. What happened: Introduced in Commerce and Regulatory Reform Committee.

HF3487, Lohmer - Budget methodology exceptions for consumer-direct community supports expanded, onetime grant program established to promote consumer-directed community supports, and money appropriated. What happened: Introduced in Health and Human Services Reform Committee.

HF3826, Lohmer - Licensed alcohol and drug counselor and human services licensing background study disqualifications modified. What happened: Introduced in Health and Human Services Reform Committee.

HF3665, Lohmer - Display of national motto in school buildings required. What happened: Introduced in Education Innovation Policy Committee.

HF3647, Lohmer - Trunk Highway 36 and County State-Aid Highway 15 interchange funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated. What happened: Introduced in Transportation Finance Committee.

HF3551, Lohmer - Safe at Home program requirements modified, and technical and clarifying changes made. What happened: Signed into law.

HF3368, Lohmer - Life imprisonment without the possibility of release for juvenile offenders prohibited. What happened: Introduced in Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee.

HF3260, Lohmer - Criminal sexual conduct offenses expanded for persons in current or recent positions of authority over juveniles. What happened: Introduced in Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee.

HF3094, Lohmer - School district bond referendum information required to be available in the polling place, and ballot language for school district bond referendums amended. What happened: Introduced in Government Operations and Elections Policy Committee.

HF2998, Lohmer - Choose Life special license plates established, and money appropriated. What happened: Introduced in Transportation and Regional Governance Policy Committee.

HF2939, Lohmer - Physical therapist prohibited conduct and grounds for disciplinary action modified. What happened: Introduced in Health and Human Services Reform Committee.

HF2759, Lohmer - Metropolitan Airports Commission expenditures prohibited for airport runway extension. What happened: Introduced in Transportation and Regional Governance Policy Committee.

SF2554, Lohmer - Collection of information on the connection between pornography and sex trafficking required, and authorized penalty assessment expanded to include additional crimes. What happened: Signed into law.

HF 2435, Lohmer - Discrimination against a public employee for reporting information or refusing to perform actions prohibited, and civil penalties imposed. What happened: Introduced in Government Operations and Election Policy Committee.

HF 2413, Lohmer - Parenting presumptions modified. What happened: Introduced in Civil Law and Data Practices Policy Committee.

HF 1964. Lohmer - School board member recall elections authorized. What happened: Introduced in Government Operations and Elections Policy Committee.

HF 1963. Lohmer - School district bond proceed use clarified. What happened: Introduced in Education Finance Committee.

HF 1962, Lohmer - Family planning service grant distribution requirements modified. What happened: Introduced in Health and Human Services Reform Committee.

HF1961. Lohmer - Maternity and newborn care bundled payment established. What happened: Introduced in Health and Human Services Reform Committee.

HF1452, Lohmer - Permissible claims extended to include injury or death of person working to pay court-ordered or jail fees and injury or death of a person on a sentence-to-service work crew. What happened: Introduced in Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee.

HF 1445, Lohmer - Budget methodology exception established for persons leaving institutions and crisis residential settings, consumer-directed community supports budget methodology modified, and reports required. What happened: Approved in Health and Human Services Reform Committee.

HF1066, Lohmer - Penalties for obstructing a highway increased. Introduced in Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee.

HF 834, Lohmer - Social Security benefit phased-in subtraction allowed. What happened: Introduced in Taxes Committee.

HF 601, Lohmer - Human services commissioner provided additional authority to sanction and terminate state health care program providers, financial reporting requirements for abortion services established, and payment procedures for abortion services modified. What happened: Introduced in Health and Human Services Reform Committee.

HF213, Lohmer - Social Security benefit phased-in subtraction allowed. What happened: Introduced in Taxes Committee.

HF 55, Lohmer - Highway obstruction penalties increased. What happened: Introduced in Transportation and Regional Governance Policy Committee.

HR 6, Lohmer - A house resolution recognizing the first Thursday in May as a day of statewide prayer, fasting, and repentance in Minnesota. What happened: Introduced in Rules and Legislative Administration Committee.

HR 3, Lohmer - A house resolution recognizing the first Thursday in May as a day of prayer, fasting, and repentance. What happened: Introduced in Rules and Legislative Administration Committee.

HF3044, Lohmer - Local project costs of trunk highway system bridge borrowing authorized, and supplemental fiscal disparities distribution provided for. What Happened: Introduced in Committee on Taxes.

HF2903, Lohmer - St. Croix River bridge project city costs funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated. What Happened: l.4 million dollars appropriated through bonding bill.

HF2868, Lohmer - Municipal state-aid street fund governing eligibility and apportionment provisions modified. What Happened: Introduced Committee on Transportation.

HF2836, Lohmer - Interstate highway emergency response account established, interstate emergency response reimbursement program created, Department of Revenue report required, and money appropriated. What Happened: Passed, money appropriated to study the impact on this issue statewide

HF2674, Lohmer - Abortion; licensure required for certain facilities. What happened: Introduced in HHS Reform.

HF2626, Lohmer - Automated drug distribution system authorized. What happened: passed.

HF2605, Lohmer - Home-schooled student shared time aid clarified. What happened: passed.

HF2529, Lohmer - Living skills training program funding provided for persons with intractable epilepsy, and money appropriated. What happened: Passed and included in HHS Omnibus Finance Bill.

HF2394, Lohmer - Minnesota sex offender program; community notification required when a person is released from the program. What happened: Signed by Governor.

HF2253, Lohmer - Out-of-state residential mental health treatment allowed for children who are deaf, deafblind, or hard of hearing and who use American Sign Language as their first language. What happened: Signed by Governor.

HF2252, Lohmer - Residential campus for individuals with autism plan development by the commissioner of human services instructed. What happened: Money appropriated to study, report back to HHS Finance by Jan 15.

SF2173, Lohmer - Automated drug distribution system authorized. What happened: Signed by Governor.

HF2132, Lohmer - Washington County Housing and Redevelopment Authority and the Anoka County Housing and Redevelopment Authority jurisdiction clarified. What happened: Signed by Governor.

HF0410, Lohmer - Social Security benefits income tax subtraction allowed. What Happened: Introduced in Taxes.

HF2103, Lohmer - Abortions prohibited when fetal heartbeat is detected. What happened: referred to HHS policy.

HF1841, Lohmer - Abortion facilities state licensure established. What happened: referred to HHS policy.

HF0866, Lohmer - Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans grant provided for continued outreach to homeless veterans in Minnesota, and money appropriated. What Happened: Introduced in State Government Finance.

HF1766, Lohmer - Child care assistance fund payments modified. What happened: Vetoed by Governor.

HF1764, Lohmer - Appropriations continued for the operation of state government. What happened: sent to Government Operations.

HF1492, Lohmer - State Advisory Council on Mental Health member added. What happened: Passed.

HF1682, Lohmer - Family planning grant funds use limited. What happened: HHS Reform.

HF0597, Lohmer - Toll roads prohibited, and conforming changes made. What Happened: Referred to Transportation.

 

BILLS CO-AUTHORED:


HF4526, Whelan - University of Minnesota Board of Regents prohibited from funding fellowships related to abortion training, advocacy, or education.

HF4524, Miller - Abortions prohibited when a fetal heartbeat is detected.

HF4522, Heintzeman - University of Minnesota appropriations reduced if the university uses a fellowship to train doctors in abortion procedures.

HF4519, Dean, M. - Temporary immediate license suspensions modified, eligibility verification required, legislative auditor directed to conduct a special investigation into child care assistance programs, and report required.

HF4460, Hansen - Video game loot box sales prohibited.

HF4433, Theis - Mandatory fire sprinkler installation prohibited.

HF4416, Fischer - Ramsey County; White Bear Lake multiuse paved trail and route funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

HF4299, Franke - School threat assessment teams required.

HF 4117, Urdahl - Government and citizenship credit required for high school graduation.

HF 4003, Runbeck - Enforcement of water appropriation permit conditions temporarily prohibited.

HF 3840, Poston - State contracts with state sponsors of terrorism and foreign terrorist organizations prohibited.

HF 3797, Haley - Safe schools revenue increased, safe schools levy equalized, portion of levy available for intermediate school districts linked to the school district per pupil allowance, and money appropriated.

HF 3795, Koznick - Human services department and Metropolitan Council data sharing for special transportation purposes authorized, and Metro Mobility service area extended.

HF 3726, O’Neill - Ignition interlock for repeat offenders required to reinstate driving privileges, and driving without a license after a DWI-related offense may not be added to the Statewide Payables List.

HF3721, Anderson, S. - Contingent fee arrangements with outside counsel prohibited.
HF3709, Jurgens - Private well testing for contamination from PFCs in the east metropolitan area provided.

HF 3693, Smith - Trespass to critical infrastructure liability and vicarious liability created, and crime for recruiting or educating individuals to trespass on or damage critical infrastructure created.

HF 3660, Fenton - Terms of settlement between the state and 3M company implemented, well testing report required, and money appropriated.

HF 3659, Franke - Terms of settlement between the state and 3M company implemented.

HF 3610, Johnson, B. - Penalty for assaulting a police officer enhanced, and dissemination of personal information about law enforcement officials criminalized.

HF 3475, Dettmer - Stillwater; St. Croix River riverbank restoration funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

HF3464, Davids - Charitable contribution subtraction for taxpayers who do not itemize modified.

SF 3463, Smith - Trespass to critical infrastructure liability and vicarious liability created, and crime for recruiting or educating individuals to trespass on or damage critical infrastructure created.

HF 3404, Albright - Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Committee expiration date postponed.

HF3396, Munson - Health care providers and health plan companies required to provide price transparency to patients and enrollees.

HF 3371, Fenton - Criminal penalties established for peace officers who have sexual relations with persons in custody.

HF 3370, Franke - Threat assessment teams and oversight committees required, access to criminal history and health records provided, educational data sharing with school threat assessment teams allowed, and money appropriated.

SF 3367, Whelan - Hotel and motel employees required to be trained to recognize sex trafficking.

HF 3358, Zerwas - Public safety commissioner required to report on driver's license suspensions and revocations.

HF 3357, Zerwas - Reduction or waiver of the criminal and traffic surcharge authorized; courts required to consider indigency or hardship before imposing fines, fees, or surcharges; and notice required.

HF3356, Zerwas - Public safety commissioner's authority to suspend drivers' licenses modified, retroactive driver's license reinstatement provided, and technical changes made.

HF3289, Pierson - Northstar Care for Children benefits for children under the age of six modified.

HF 3287, Whelan - Lodging facility employees required to be trained to recognize sex trafficking.

HF3281, Bennett - Blocking of obscene material option and requirements provided for all electronic devices that connect to the Internet, and report required.

HF 3262, Swedzinski - Direct primary care service arrangement clarified as not being insurance.

HF 3252, Zerwas - Preferred incontinence product program for medical assistance repealed.

HF 3202, Schomacker - Hospital construction moratorium exception project added, and deadlines imposed on the public interest review process.

HF 3200, Whelan - Health commissioner required to inspect facilities to ensure appropriate disposition of fetal tissue.

Hf 3194, Whelan - Physicians required to allow viewing of ultrasound imaging prior to an abortion.

HF 3183, Swedzinski - Refundable health insurance premium tax credit established.

HF 3157, Green - Service animals; misrepresenting an animal as a service animal crime established, and immunity from liability specified for real property owners
required to provide access to assistance animals.

SF 3143, Albright - Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Committee, the American Indian Advisory Council, the Formulary Committee, and the American Indian Child Welfare Advisory Council expiration date postponed.

HF 3133, Koznick - Stable housing and support services for youth grant program established, report required, and money appropriated.

HF 3017, O’Neill - Sexual assault examination kit procedure established, and notice provided to victims.

HF 3013, Runbeck - Teacher training required to enable a teacher to implement instructional strategies to meet the needs of students with dyslexia.

HF2994, Wills - Traditional and gestational surrogacy arrangements regulated, and crime of operating a for-profit surrogacy agency created.

HF 2944, Grossell - Sex offenders required to serve 50-year conditional release or probation terms, and intensive probation for sex offenders established.

HF 2943, Grossell - Reunification of parents and children after the parent sexually abuses a child restricted.

HF2934, Grossell - Stays of adjudication record transfer to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension required, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension required to share data with parties requesting background checks, and offenders who receive stays of adjudication for disqualifying offenses prohibited from serving as school bus drivers.

HF2906, Grossell - Stays of adjudication in criminal sexual conduct cases established as departures from the sentencing guidelines, persons subject to stays of adjudication in criminal sexual conduct cases required to register as predatory offenders, and criminal history points required to be assessed against offenders who violate stays of adjudication for in sexual conduct cases.

HF2905, Grossell - Criminal sexual conduct prosecution team established in the Office of the Attorney General.

HF 2904, Grossell, Child pornography offenses penalties increased, mandatory minimum sentences created, and Sentencing Guidelines commission directed to modify the sex offender grid.

SF2863, O’Neill - Sexual assault examination kit procedure established, and notice provided to victims.

SF 2849, Whelan - Physicians required to allow viewing of ultrasound imaging prior to an abortion.

HF 2814, Whelan - Aborted fetal tissue use for research prohibited, and criminal penalties established

HF 2813, Lucero - Medical record retention and composition regulated.

HF 2792, Whelan - Abortions of unborn children prohibited, and criminal penalties established.

HF 2788, Dettmer - School counselors encouraged to receive training in armed forces career options, school counselors required to inform students of armed forces career options, and school districts encouraged to grant military recruiters access to secondary students.

HF 2777, Fenton - Grounds for teacher license revocation, suspension, or denial expanded; and grounds for teacher discharge expanded.

HF 2768, Jessup - Child sexual abuse prevention instruction in a health curriculum modified.

HF 2726, Nornes - Content-neutral campus free speech policies required.

HF 2716, Drazkowski - Income and business taxes eliminated, and sales tax replaced with a fair tax.

HF 2695, Pugh - Electric grid vulnerability to solar storms study required, and money appropriated.

HF 2682, Whelan - Regent Candidate Advisory Council repealed.

HF 2679, Uglem - Distracted driving violation penalties increased.

HF 2658, Dean, M. - Crime of hiding identity at a public demonstration provided.

HF 2653, Fenton - Human herpesvirus cytomegalovirus information made available.

HF 2628, Koznick - Local option transportation sales tax modified, authority to impose a sales tax limited, fund use limited and allocated, and referendum required.

HF2621, Franson - Female genital mutilation crime expanded, requirements for education and outreach updated, definition of egregious harm expanded, child in need of protection or services expanded to include a victim of female genital mutilation, and maltreatment definition provided for reporting maltreatment of minors.

HF 2614, Heintzeman - Biodiesel minimum content requirement delayed two years.

HF 2598, Cornish - Minnesota Government Engineering Council arbitration award and labor agreement ratified.

HF 2586, Grossell - Prescription drug deactivation and disposal grants required, and money appropriated.

HF 2573, Whelan - Abortion data required to be reported by physicians or facilities modified, and money appropriated.

HF 2553, Gruenhagen - Human Rights Act provisions clarified, and gender-specific accommodations governed.

HF 2463, Zerwas - Health commissioner authorized to levy penalties against medical cannabis manufacturers.

HF 2459, Franson - Hiring preference for individuals receiving MFIP or basic sliding fee assistance established.

HF 2443, Miller - Safe Harbor emergency shelter and housing capital project funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

HF 2401, Jessup - Students with intellectual and developmental disabilities grant program established, and money appropriated.

HF 2356, Daniels - Students with intellectual and developmental disabilities program at state universities implementation required, similar program requested at University of Minnesota campuses, and money appropriated.

HF 2273, Runbeck - Tax rates modified, and brackets updated to current amounts.

HF2232, Pugh - Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel funding provided, and money appropriated

HF2222 - MNsure, medical assistance, and MinnesotaCare eligibility determination improved oversight required; special revenue account for savings established; savings required to be used for long-term care provider rate increases; and report required.

HF 2177, Zerwas - Advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants added to certain statutes.

HF 2176, O’Neill - Probation and parole agents required to consider and recommend local options to address technical violations by nonviolent controlled substance offenders, local program access funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 2168, Cornish - State Patrol trainee minimum salary amount set.

HF 2132, Clark - Super Bowl temporary surtax imposed, human trafficking prevention funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 2121, Cornish - Fire safety account funds appropriated.

HF 2120, Davids - Fire protection special taxing district creation authorized, and property tax levies and bond issuance authorized.

HF 2119, Urdahl - Disaster assistance account modified.

HF 2070, Dean, M. - Health commissioner's authority to add qualifying medical conditions or delivery forms of medical cannabis removed.

HF 2065, Gruenhagen - Quality of care complaint record and data provisions modified.

HF 2047, Franke - Strategic plan to end HIV/AIDS development required.

HF 1925, Jurgens - Hastings; veterans home asset preservation funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

SF 1844, Zerwas - Advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants added to certain statutes.

HF 1788, MIller - Pornography; a resolution recognizing pornography as a public health hazard leading to a broad spectrum of individual and public health impacts and societal harms and memorializing Congress to recognize this hazard and address pornography at a national level.

HF 1702, Kresha - Children age ten and over informed of the right to counsel and extended representation, waivers of counsel required in writing, and notice to counsel required.

HF 1688, Zerwas - Probation length modified, and court ability to grant early termination and discharge or probation clarified.

HF 1633, Whelan - University of Minnesota fetal tissue research requirements imposed, ethical fetal tissue research program funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 1624, Fenton - I-94, I-494, and I-694 interchange project funding provided; bonds issued; and money appropriated.

HF 1619, Schomacker - Children's hospitals contingent, alternate medical assistance payment method established.

HF 1603, Pierson - Minnesota family investment program cash assistance payment increased, and money appropriated.

HF 1586, Quam - Practice of challenges due to guardianship, incompetence, felony conviction, and noncitizenship consolidated; secretary of state required to update voter status in the statewide voter registration system; notice of a change in voter status required; process to contest a change in voter status provided; provisions ballot system established; and conforming changes made.

HF 1572, Grossell - Stays of adjudication and stays of imposition in criminal sexual conduct cases eliminated, sex offenders required to serve lifetime conditional release or probation, intensive probation for sex offenders established, child pornography penalties increased, mandatory minimum sentences created, and Sentencing Guidelines Commission directed to modify the sex offender grid.

HF 1554, Dean, M. - Health plan companies required to offer enrollees choice in primary care providers.

HF 1535, Fabian - Entities qualified to participate in and types of funding available through the workforce and affordable homeownership development program expanded, workforce and affordable homeownership development account created, and money appropriated.

HF 1508, Lucero - Child care licensing provisions modified, and reports required.

HF 1507, Lucero - Student Data Privacy Act created, and penalties provided.

HF 1502, Smith - Sign posting at fields and playgrounds containing crumb rubber required, moratorium on construction of fields and playgrounds using crumb rubber established, and report required.

HF 1481, Grossell - Assaulting firefighters or medical personnel enhanced criminal penalties provided.

HF 1479, Runbeck - Southwest Light Rail; a resolution requesting that the United States Secretary of Transportation redirect federal funds from the Southwest Light Rail to a block grant to fund other transit projects in the state.

HF 1475, Franke - Soliciting or providing support for an act of terrorism crime created.

Hf 1473, Johnson, B. - Prescription defense in implied consent hearings provided.

HF 1453, Hamilton - Minnesota family investment program orientation information modified, and individuals exempted from economic assistance program income calculations modified.

HF 1371, Peterson - Hospital construction moratorium exception for a juvenile psychiatric hospital authorized.

HF 1340, Piersen - Dental service medical assistance rates increased, uniform credentialing process development required for dental providers and uniform prior authorization criteria for dental services, and money appropriated.

HF 1295, Bennett - Firefighter cancer incidence data collection required to be reported on the cancer surveillance system.

HF 1266, Johnson, B. - Nonpublic school and charter school pupil program participation modified.

HF 1252, O’Neill - Children in need of protection or services in foster care legal representation grant funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 1251, Loonan - Amended death order required when ordered by the court.

HF 1206, Albright - Spinal Cord and Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Council modified, spinal cord and traumatic brain injury student research scholarship and education program created, and money appropriated.

HF 1201, Johnson, B. - Drug offender treatment grant program created, and money appropriated.

HF 1183, Gruenhagen - Health plans not required to cover health services related to gender transition.

HF 1180, Uglem - Hands free cell phone use while driving mandated.

HF 1168, O’Neill - Recently released inmate job skills training funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 1160, Runbeck - Transit financial activity auditing and reporting required, and money appropriated.

HF 1159, Cornish - Peace officer ability to carry firearms in private establishments clarified.

HF 1148, O’Neill - All peace officers allowed to serve a harassment restraining order, and short-form notification requirements created.

HF 1134, Baker - Prescription drug order filling time limited for opioid drugs.

HF 1130, West - Anoka County; foster family recruitment grants provided, and money appropriated.

HF 1115, Schomacker - Swing bed eligibility license condition modified, specialized care facilities provisions modified, and criteria modified for determining when an area of the state is a hardship area with regard to access to nursing facility services.

HF 1084, Haley - Prison Rape Elimination Act compliance ensured, funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 987, Bennett - Social service agencies required to provide foster care or other services to individuals reentering foster care after 18 years of age.

HF 986, Bennett - Liability insurance coverage expanded for licensed foster home providers.

HF 886, Gruenhagen - Nondiscrimination policies in providing health care services required.

HF 873, Hamilton - Intermediate care facility reimbursement rates modified for persons with developmental disabilities and for home and community-based providers.

HF 866, McDonald - Minnesota supplemental aid modified.

Hf 846, Albright - Unlocking opportunities grant program established, report required, and money appropriated.

HF 828, Albright - Metropolitan Council governance modified.

HF 812, Kiel - Abortion performing facility licensure required, licensing fee required, and money appropriated

HF 810, Pugh - Abortion funding from state-sponsored health programs limited.

HF 803, Baker - Senior care workforce innovation grant program established, and money appropriated.

HF 800, Nash - Light rail transit operating costs governed.

HF 746, Loonan - Building and construction contract requirements modified and clarified

HF 714, Miller - Child sex trafficking prevention director duties modified; forfeited money from public safety commissioner transferred to health commissioner; shelter, services, and other activities provided for sexually exploited youth and youth at risk of sexual exploitation; and money appropriated.

HF 713, Miller - Statewide sex trafficking victim strategic plan and report required, and money appropriated.

HF 675, Quam - Schools allowed to maintain a supply of asthma inhalers.

HF 668, Daniels - Dyslexia and literacy specialist required, and money appropriated.

SF 662, Loonan - Practice of dentistry exemption created for dental students.

HF 631, Rarick - Youth skills training program established, reports required, and money appropriated.

HF 629, Rarick - Claims against estates provisions under medical assistance modified.

HF 605, McDonald - Annual city celebration exemption provided, and threshold for duration of premises leases for nonprofit fund-raising events modified.

HF 604, Quam - Hands Off Child Care Act adopted.

HF 600, Garofalo - Uniform State Labor Standards Act enacted, and uniformity for employment mandates on private employers provided.

HF 553, Dettmer - Disposition of schoolhouses and sites following closings regulated.

HF 552, Green - Grant of authority in law required for adoption of rules, and threshold for conducting a public hearing on expedited rules reduced.

HF 518, Zerwas - Complex pediatric home care nursing category established for home care nursing services, and payment rate for home care nursing services increased.

HF 501, Fenton - Voice response suicide prevention and mental health crisis response program funding provided to expand statewide text message response program, and money appropriated.

HF 481, Kiel - Personal care assistance program modified.

HF 418, Runbeck - Metropolitan council prohibited from undertaking a light rail project without legislative authority.

HF 400, Kresha - State contracts; vendor discrimination against Israel prohibited.

HF 399, Anderson, S. - Senate and house of representatives funding provided, transfers required, and money appropriated.

HF 397, Loonan - Practice of dentistry exemption created for dental students.

HF 390, Zerwas - Penalties for obstructing trunk highway, airport, or transit traffic increased.

HF 387, Knoblach - K-12 education expense subtraction and credit modified, credit extended to tuition, subtraction and credit amounts increased, income phaseout increased, and credit adjusted for inflation.

HF 386, Kresha - K-12 scholarship donation credit provided, and K-12 education credit extended to tuition.

HF 371, Fenton - County board allowed to temporarily fill a county commissioner vacancy by appointment.

HF 346, Cornish - Peace officers required to receive training in crisis response, conflict management, and cultural diversity; peace officer training reimbursement funding reformed and increased; reimbursement grants for pathway to policing programs provided; and money appropriated.HF 322, Zerwas, Governmental units allowed to sue to recover costs related to unlawful assemblies and public nuisances.

HF 309, Bahr, C. - Right to carry a firearm without a permit provided, and penalties provided.

HF 295, Nash - State auditor appropriation use for litigation expenses regulated, and schedule of charges for calendar year 2017 regulated.

HF 270, Franke - Military veteran jobs tax credit provided.

HF 261, O’Driscoll - De-escalation technique training for community safety personnel funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 238, Nash - Use of force in defense of home and person law clarified, self-defense and defense of home laws codified and extended, duty to retreat in self-defense outside of home eliminated, boundaries of dwelling for purposes of self-defense expanded, presumption in the case of a person entering a dwelling or occupied vehicle by stealth or force created, and right to defend against entry extended.

HF 234, Baker - Public Utilities Commission regulation of municipal electric utilities and rural electric cooperatives amended.

SF 216, Rarick - Claims against estates provisions under medical assistance modified.

HF 202, Gruenhagen - Public health care programs for dental service providers participation requirements modified.

HF 201, Runbeck - Thrive MSP 2040 metropolitan development guide approval before implementation required, revision after local government input required, legislative approval of housing-related plans and goals provided, and local governments allowed to reject population and demographic assumptions.

HF 188, Nash - Right to carry without a permit provided, and optional permit to carry provided.

HF 168, Fenton - Organ harvesting; a resolution expressing concern over reports of forced organ harvesting from prisoners for their spiritual beliefs and other minority groups in the People's Republic of China.

HF 167, Green - Riparian buffer requirement eliminated.

HF 136, Howe - Zero-based budgeting provided.

HF 135, Fenton - Oakdale and Woodbury; I-94, I-494, and I-694 interchange safety improvement study required.

HF 127, Dettmer - Vietnam: Minnesota Remembers public television project funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 122, Nash - Start Seeing Motorcycles special plates established, and allocation of the two-wheeled vehicle endorsement fee modified.

HF 120, Dean, M. - Health commissioner's authority to add qualifying medical conditions or delivery forms of medical cannabis removed.

HF 85 McDonald - Estate tax repealed.

HF 82, McDonald - Health plan market rules and health insurance provisions related to MNsure changed, and MNsure and Minnesota Rules governing MNsure repealed.

HF 81, Newberger - Hydropower source size limitation for satisfying the renewable energy standard eliminated.

HF 34, Garofalo - Minnesota Public Safety Personnel Protection Act created, and penalties for obstructing emergency responders increased.

HF 10, Dean, M. - MNsure transition to a federally facilitated marketplace required, and money appropriated.HF

4027, Peterson - Family and medical leave savings accounts authorized, tax deductions and credits provided, small business development centers grants authorized, and money appropriated.

HF 3978, Hancock - Minors prohibited from possessing or disseminating indecent images, retroactive applications for relief allowed, and penalties created.

HF3835, Dean - Independent School District No. 834, Stillwater, required to proceed with schoolhouse closings only after conducting a referendum on the closings; and board-approved operating referenda authority conditioned on citizen involvement in schoolhouse closings.

HF3791, O’Neill - Corrections funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF3712, Dettmer - Stillwater; Stillwater Armory sale to the city for less than market value permitted.

HF3663, Dettmer - Military personnel stationed outside the state permitted to obtain extensions of their permit to carry a handgun.

HF3657, Smith - Inmate release program established, report required, and money appropriated.

HF3615, Rarick - Estate recovery provisions modified.

HF3556, Rarick - Release of notice of potential claim requirements modified

HF3555, Rarick - Public health care program or qualified health plan notice and consent requirements established for persons applying for coverage.

HF3524, Hertaus - Prescribed controlled substance question included in review hearing of driver's license revocation.

HF3482, Zerwas - Identity theft crimes statute of limitations extended

HF3396, Gruenhagen - Human Rights Act provisions governing gender specific accommodations clarified

HF3377, Fabian - Workforce and affordable homeownership development program established, reports required, and portion of proceeds of the mortgage registry tax and the deed tax appropriated to the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency for creation of workforce and affordable ownership housing.

HF3308, Pugh - Family law case alternative dispute resolution information required to be provided by the court.

HF3260, Newberger - Level III sex offender residency regulation by local governmental units allowed

HF3150, Whelan - Abortion data required to be reported by physicians or facilities modified

HF3149, Whelan - Parental responsibility in guiding the educational experience of a child defined

HF3130, Dean - Legislative auditor review of University of Minnesota research activities that involve the use of fetal tissue requested, and money appropriated

HF3034, Drazkowski - Legislative auditor directed to conduct financial audits of spending related to refugee resettlement costs, and money transferred

HF2985, Quam - Household size methodology for pregnant women under medical assistance clarified

HF2927, Nash - Service signs at two intersections or interchanges permitted

HF2865, Whelan - University of Minnesota appropriations in fiscal year 2017 modified, University of Minnesota fiscal year 2018 funding provided, and legislative findings made related to the disposal of fetal tissue use in academic research

HF2820 Fenton - Washington County Housing and Redevelopment Authority laws amended, and Washington County Community Development Agency created

HF2817, Newberger - Emission credits resulting from implementation of federal carbon emissions reduction requirements allocated

HF2780, Green - Peace officer training to identify and respond to domestic terrorism established

HF2743, Bernardy - Recall elections for schools board members authorized

HF2706, Hamilton - Intermediate care facilities for persons with development disabilities and home and community-based service providers reimbursement rates modified

HF2704, Scott - Vehicle forfeiture provisions modified to include more than one owner of a vehicle

HF2695, Runbeck - Literacy/dyslexia specialists required, and money appropriated

HF2519, Green - Family planning grant reviews provided

HF2438, Zerwas - Asset medical assistance eligibility limit and the excess income standard for the blind, disabled, and elderly increased

HF2412, Miller - Intentionally stopping a beating heart made a felony

HF2364, Drazkowski - Labor negotiation open meetings required

HF2338, Hoppe - Health care sharing ministry exemption provided

HF2183, Fenton - Woodbury; accessible and inclusive playground funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated

HF2166, Kahn - Organ harvesting; a resolution expressing concern over reports of forced organ harvesting from prisoners for their spiritual beliefs and other minority groups in the People's Republic of China

HF2143, Zerwas - Ambulance service exemption extended

HF2142, Vogel - Mandatory fire sprinkler installation prohibited

HF2104, Albright - Sewer availability charges imposed on eating or drinking establishments that add or expand outdoor seating regulated

HF2017, McDonald - Digital products sales tax repealed

HF1978, Pugh - Health care providers required to report adverse vaccination events and disclose information

HF1949, Whelan - School board required to publicly inform parents of a decision to keep available instructional materials a parents considers harmful to minors

HF1887, Runbeck - Local housing incentives program and other funding programs link stricken

HF1856, Fenton - Woodbury; I-94, I-694, and I-494 interchange safety improvement study required

HF1708, Uglem - Metropolitan Council Transportation Advisory Board role and composition changed

HF1664, Dean - Health insurance; Minnesota required to transition to a federally facilitated marketplace, MNSure repealed, and money appropriated

HF1662, Loeffler - Medical assistance income eligibility limit, asset limits, and excess income standards for the blind, disabled, and elderly increased

HF1648, Whelan - Parental review of curriculum clarified

HF1634, Baker - Hospital that specializes in treatment of cerebral palsy and other conditions payment rates for provided services increased

HF1604, Zerwas - Health commissioner required to develop a list of authorized entities, and individuals allowed to obtain and administer epinephrine without a prescription

HF1574, Quam - Requirements for residential program staff to make food purchases using resident EBT cards established

HF1547, Quam - Student Physical Privacy Act established

HF1546, Miller - Athletic team participation provided, and Student Physical Privacy Act established

HF1529, Fenton - Education Savings Accounts for Students with Special Needs Act created, and money appropriated

Hf1495, Green - State Patrol trooper funding provided, and money appropriated

HF1443, Mack - Public assistance program treatment of income simplified; and reporting income and changes and overpayment and underpayment requirements simplified

HF1393, McDonald - Resident definition modified

HF1351, Norton - Foster care licensing modified for individuals with autism

HF1347, Fenton - Alternative teacher preparation grant program established, and money appropriated

HF1247, Laine - Needs of incarcerated women related to pregnancy and childbirth addressed, and report on use of restraints required

HF1232, Quam - Data privacy, predatory offender registration, evidence, crime victim protections, and criminal defenses relating to sex trafficking provisions modified; and new criminal penalties created

HF1145, Dean - Chemical dependency prevention program grants by human services commissioner provided, and money appropriated

HF1122, Zerwas - Intensive pediatric care category established for home care nursing services, payment rate increased for home care nursing services, and additional revenue required to be spent on patient-specific training

HF1099, Loonan - Building construction and contract requirements clarified

HF1089, Rarick - Firework manufacture, sale, and use regulated

HF1081, Gruenhagen - Tax credit for contributions to school angel funds provided

HF1061, Miller - Safe harbor funding provided for sexually exploited youth, and money appropriated

HF1047,
Whelan - Born Alive Infants Protection Act created, and civil remedies and protections provided

HF1036, Baker - Physician assistant, midwife, and nurse provisions modified; and license suspension and contested case hearing provisions modified

HF1027, Garofalo - Minimum wage for employees receiving gratuities modified

HF102, Dean - Home and community-based setting residency ratio restrictions modified

HF1011, Albright - Medical assistance coverage permitted for mental health services provided by physician assistants in outpatient settings

HF1005, Davids - Income tax; Wisconsin reciprocity terms modified

HF1001, Dean - Resident definition modified to exclude days spent in Minnesota for medical treatment

HF981, Peterson - Optometrist licensing provisions changed

HF978, Zerwas - Genetic counselors licensed

HF969, Hertaus - Offenders placed on intensive supervised release from prison required to be placed on electronic monitoring immediately upon release

HF863, Franson - Autism spectrum disorder insurance coverage modified

HF830, Lucero - Federal Gun Control Act; firearm sale and purchase permitted in any state where lawful under the act

HF798, Knoblach - K-12 education expense subtraction and credit modified; credit extended to tuition; subtraction and credit amounts increased; income phaseout for the credit increased; and credit, subtraction amount, and credit phaseout threshold adjusted for inflation

HF795, Mack - Cost-benefit approach implemented to measure success of corrections and human services programs

HF777, Hamilton - Spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury research grant program created, spinal cord and traumatic brain injury advisory council established, and money appropriated

HF734, Newberger - Abortion-inducing drug administration required to have prescribing physician physically present, and criminal penalties provided

HF710, Koznick - Motor vehicle lease sales tax revenue allocation modified

HF706, Miller - Gifts included in the estate modified

HF677, Lucero - Gasoline sales below cost regulated

HF644, Zerwas - Massage and bodywork therapy registration and fees established, and exchange of information provided

HF638, Whelan - State math standards statutory review postponed

HF628, Barrett - Comprehensive vision examination before kindergarten enrollment required

HF607, Theis - Abortion; use of funds limited for state-sponsored health programs for funding abortions

HF606 Kiel - Abortion performing facility licensure required, licensing fee required, and money appropriated

HF564, Hamilton - Intermediate care facility reimbursement rates modified for persons with developmental disabilities and home and community-based service providers

HF533, Nash - Start Seeing Motorcycles special license plates established, and money appropriated

HF500, Bennett - List of offenses authorizing a denial or revocation of a teaching license by the Board of Teaching or School Administrators Board expanded

HF493, McDonald - Estate tax repealed

HF455, Winkler - Defamation actions regulated, and correction or clarification requests provided

HF448, Nash - Local approval of gubernatorial appointees to the Metropolitan Council required

HF436, Franson - Hands Off Child Care Act adopted

SF383, Peterson - Optometrist licensing provisions changed

HF333, Newberger - Legislative approval of a state plan to comply with federal regulations regarding emissions from existing power plants required

HF310, Pugh - Light rail transit facility construction approval by city, county, and town required

HF274, Zerwas - Consecutive sentencing provided for a person charged with or convicted of crime by the United States and who is incarcerated in a county or regional jail and convicted of assaulting an employee of the jail

HF273, Uglem - Youth intervention program provisions modified, and money appropriated

HF210, Zerwas - Hospital required to provide a patient the opportunity to designate a caregiver upon entry, and hospital required to provide discharge plan and aftercare instructions to designated caregiver prior to discharge

HF199, Hilstrom - First degree burglary amended to include violation of an order for protection as an underlying offense

HF191, Kresha - Maltreatment of minors report governing provisions modified

HF164, Knoblach - Disaster assistance deficiency funding provided, local match funding provided to repair local roads and bridges, water and soil disaster area protection resources funding provided, and money appropriated

HF137, Dettmer - Military retirees and survivors allowed a subtraction from taxable income

HF102, Garofalo - Public school bullying provisions modified

HF75, Runbeck - Metropolitan Council guidelines and plans made advisory

HF70, S. Anderson - Sunday growler sales allowed for small brewers

HF9, Legislative Commission on Metropolitan Government duties added, Metropolitan Council provided to budget on a state fiscal year starting July, and legislative approval of council's budgets required

HF8, Kresha - Child protection provisions updated

HF5, Mack - MNsure; commerce commissioner required to seek federal approval, salary limit imposed, health plan approval rates specified, health carrier notification of enrollment information required, individual coverage option provided, product lines prohibited, small business health care tax credit expansion proposal required, MNsure organizational changes made, background checks required on navigators, and exemptions removed

HF3, Schomacker - Nursing facility employee scholarship costs modified, long-term care savings plan provided, income tax subtraction for contributions made to the long-term care savings plan provided, credit provided for the additional tax paid on early withdrawals from retirement accounts if used for long-term care expenses, and money appropriated

HF2962, Scott - Marriage dissolution grounds modified, and two-year waiting period required in instances of contested dissolutions involving minor children.

HF2863, Scott - Legislative Commission on Metropolitan Government duties added, Metropolitan Council fiscal year starting July 1 provided, and legislative approval of the council's budgets required.

HF2797, Barrett - Hospital futility policy disclosure required.

HF2783, Gruenhagen - Medical assistance coverage provided for services provided by naturopathic doctors.

HF2752, Daudt - Department of Revenue's role eliminated in setting property valuations for green acres and rural preserves.

HF2745, Loon - Adoption records and original birth certificates access provisions modified.

HF2738, Kiffmeyer - Voters required to present photographic identification, photographic identification provided to voters at no charge, equal verification standards required for all voters, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF2644, Kiffmeyer - Voters required to present photographic identification, photographic identification provided to voters at no charge, equal verification standards required for all voters, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF2641, Kieffer - Corporate franchise tax eliminated.

HF2597, Franson - MFIP applicant and participant drug testing required.

HF2564, Shimanski - Agritourism activity immunity from civil liability created.

HF2548, McElfatrick - Construction code fund; fee deposit collected into an account, and funds appropriated annually.

HF2523, Franson - Vaccines manufactured with or containing human DNA informed consent required.

HF2508, Barrett - State-controlled substance schedules aligned with federal controlled substance schedules, Board of Pharmacy's controlled substance regulation authority modified, and penalties provided.

HF2426, Dettmer - Peace Officer's Memorial repairs money appropriated.

HF2420, Woodard - Charter school provisions modified.

HF2419, Garofalo - 90 percent aid payments required for charter schools in their first three years.

HF2412, Gottwalt - Managed care plan financial reporting changes made, an annual independent third-party audit required, and reporting requirements eliminated and modified.

HF2408, Abeler - Disability services parental contributions, personal care assistance program state agency hearings, assessment and support planning, congregate rate reduction, housing with services consultation, foster care licensing moratorium, and residential settings for home and community-based services modified; and Community First Choice Option developed.

HF2404, Scott - Metropolitan Council staggered, four-year terms provided for members.

HF2369, Benson, M. - Permit management and coordination provided, and centralized electronic accessibility to permit applications and documentation required.

HF2368, Runbeck - Voter approval required for lease financings.

HF2367, Runbeck - Seasonal municipal workers' unemployment benefit eligibility modified.

HF2366, Kriesel - Special veterans' plates service branch designs added.

HF2349, Gruenhagen - Insurance agents regulated and "facilitate enrollment" defined.

HF2347, Gruenhagen - Small employer health insurance market expanded.

HF2346, Gruenhagen - Financial responsibility for hospital-caused adverse health events.

HF2345, Gruenhagen - Federally nonqualified health plan sales permitted to Minnesota residents.

HF2344, Gruenhagen - Health-insurance-related taxes and assessments consolidated.

HF2341, Peppin - Abortion; prescribing physicians required to be physically present when abortion-inducing drugs are administered.

HF2339, Gottwalt - Health care compact created.

HF2325, Doepke - School districts prohibited from holding school on the Thursday and Friday before Labor Day.

HF2302, Kriesel - Predatory offenders prohibited from serving as hotel or motel employees, and background check required.

HF2250, Daudt - Residency requirements for general assistance eligibility modified.

HF2249, Daudt - Electronic benefit card transactions limited.

HF2241, Laine - Managed care plan financial reporting changes required, and annual independent third-party audit required.

HF2232, Drazkowski - Department of Human Services data sharing required, public assistance fraud investigation required, and eligibility determinations required.

HF2188, Kiffmeyer - Voter eligibility provisions for individuals under guardianship conformed to constitutional requirements, other related procedures modified, and money appropriated.

HF2140, Drazkowski - Freedom of employment established, and constitutional amendment proposed.
HF2139, Bills - Tax credit provided to employers who employ qualified veterans.

HF2121, Cornish - Right of individuals to keep and bear arms for defense of life and liberty and for all other legitimate purposes protected as fundamental, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF2110, McDonald - Long-term care consultation requirements modified for prospective housing with services residents.

HF2083, Garofalo - Omnibus K-12 bill.

HF2081, Daudt - Electronic benefit transfer cards modified, and electronic benefit transfer card use regulated.

HF2080, Daudt - MFIP ineligibility, sanctions, time limit, and exit level modified; and electronic benefit transfer card regulated.

HF2049, Barrett - Vision therapy pilot project created, and money appropriated.

HF2043, Kieffer - Youth ice facility municipal financing law modified.

SF2014, Scott - Metropolitan Council staggered, four-year terms provided for members.

HF2002, Downey - Lawful occupation pursuit ensured to be free from unnecessary regulations, right stated to engage in an occupation to create a greater number of jobs, and conditions specified for government regulation of occupations to protect against misuse of occupational regulations to reduce competition and increase prices to consumers.

HF1982, McElfatrick - Veteran education program established, and money appropriated.

SF1957, Benson, M. - Permit management and coordination provided, and centralized electronic accessibility to permit applications and documentation required.

HF1945, Gottwalt - Criminal neglect of vulnerable adult penalty modified.

SF1933, Gottwalt - Health care compact created.

HF1929, LeMieur - Abortion; physician's physical presence required for abortion procedures.

HF1928, LeMieur - Abortion; state funding prohibited, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF1927, Dettmer - Rice Creek Watershed District wetland replacement pilot project established.

HF1889, Quam - Controlled substances in the MFIP and general assistance programs screening required.

HF1871, Runbeck - Metrodome transferred to the Minnesota Vikings, Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission abolished, and local government competition for sports franchises prohibited.

SF1835, Daudt - Residency requirements for general assistance eligibility modified.

HF1831, Wardlow - Legislative review of rules provided for sunset and legislative approval of existing rules.

HF1821, Dettmer - Small business set-aside program changed for veteran-owned small businesses, county set-aside programs authorized for veteran-owned small businesses, and reporting requirements changed.

HF1819, Dettmer - Beyond the Yellow Ribbon civil immunity provided, and business discrimination provision modified.

HF1815, Benson, M. - Individual and corporate franchise taxes conformed to federal section 179 expensing allowance.

HF1813, Benson, M. - Eligible contractor list required to be made available under a master contract program.

HF1774, Kriesel - Fireworks personal use authorized.

HF1717, Daudt - Health care providers prohibited from firearms inquiries.

HF1715, Mack - Medical laboratory science professionals licensure established, Board of Medical Laboratory Science created, and fees established.

SF1694, Kriesel - Fireworks personal use authorized.

HF1636, Franson - Vaccines containing human DNA labeling required.

HF1613, Gottwalt - Marriage recognized as only a union between one man and one woman, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF1612, Downey - Budgeted spending limited to the amount collected in prior biennium, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF1598, Drazkowski - Three-fifths vote required to enact a law imposing or increasing certain taxes.

HF1597, Kiffmeyer - Voters required to present photographic identification, photographic identification provided to voters at no charge, equal verification standards required for all voters, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF1586, McDonald - Motorcycle safety education program fund allocation provisions modified.

SF1586, Gottwalt - Criminal neglect of vulnerable adult penalty modified.

HF1566, Wardlow - Balanced federal budget; application to Congress to call a constitutional convention to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States requiring a balanced federal budget.

HF1563, Drazkowski - Congress of the United States called to an amendment convention pursuant to Article V of the United States Constitution to propose a constitutional amendment permitting repeal of any federal law or regulation by vote of two-thirds of the state legislatures.

HF1552, Wardlow - Health insurance exchange creation, operation, or existence prohibited in Minnesota.

SF1551, McElfatrick - Construction code fund; fee deposit collected into an account, and funds appropriated annually.

HF1467, Cornish - Firearms; public official authority to disarm individuals at any time clarified and delimited; Minnesota's self-defense and defense of home laws clarified, codified and extended; common law duty to retreat eliminated, self-defense dwelling boundaries expanded, dwelling or occupied vehicle entrance by stealth or force presumption created, rights available extended to defense against unlawful entry of an occupied vehicle, and other states' permits to carry a pistol within and under the laws of Minnesota recognition provided.

HF1359, Barrett - State controlled substance schedules aligned with federal controlled substance schedules, Board of Pharmacy authority modified to regulate controlled substances, and electronic prescribing of controlled substances allowed.

HF1351, Swedzinski - Health care freedom of choice provided, state policy related to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act specified, state of Minnesota and political subdivisions prohibited from enforcing, implementing, or funding provisions of the act.

HF1339, Abeler- My Life, My Choices Task Force established.

SF1308, Gottwalt - Marriage recognized as only a union between one man and one woman, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF1259, Drazkowski - Legislators, governor, lieutenant governor, and agency heads salary and legislative per diem reduced.

HF1251, Gruenhagen - Health care program contract competitive bids and audits required.

HF1241, Shimanski - Legislative approval required for adoption of rules.

HF1234, Downey - Commissioner of administration required to issue a request for proposals and enter into a contract for strategic sourcing consulting services, and money appropriated.

HF1230, Fabian - State land disposition of receipts modified; state parks, state recreation areas, state forests, and state wildlife management areas added to and deleted from; Mississippi River management plan modified; and public and private sales and conveyances authorized for certain state lands.

HF113, Anderson, D. - Marriage dissolution education program participation required in marriage dissolution or legal separation proceedings involving minor children.

SF1101, Abeler - My Life, My Choices Task Force established.

HF1094, Shimanski - Disability motorcycle plate provided.

HF1089, Stensrud - Schedule of rates for individuals, estates, and trusts rates reduced.

HF1054, Abeler - Elderly and disabled individuals self-directed supports option modified.

HF1031, Stensrud - Legislative Coordinating Commission; provisions modified governing the election of officers and the provision of services, and records retention policy established.

HF1003, Stensrud - Schedule of income tax rates reduced for individuals, estates, and trusts.

HF0991, Kieffer - Corporate franchise tax rate reduced.

HF0960, Howes - Flood hazard mitigation grant funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

HF0936, Holberg - Abortions at or after 20 weeks post fertilization age prohibited unless exceptions apply, and civil and criminal penalties provided.

HF0926, Gottwalt - Health coverage mandate evaluation provisions changed.

HF0841, Buesgens - State general tax reduced, corporate franchise tax reduced and repealed, business income subtraction provided, and capital equipment exemption at the time of purchase allowed and application expanded.

HF0836, O'Driscoll - Service member preference expanded for game and fish lottery and drawing.

HF0810, Westrom - Governor and commissioner of corrections required to send foreign inmates back to their own country.

HF0806, Mack - County human services duties streamlined.

HF0758, Shimanski - Sales tax on purchases by political subdivisions eliminated.

HF0757, Kiel - School districts and charter schools annual requirement removed to provide students with information about available health care coverage through Minnesota health care programs.

HF0745, Mack - Autism Spectrum Disorder Task Force created, appointments provided, and development of a statewide strategic plan required.

HF0735, Gauthier - Sexual violence prevalence reporting required.

SF0712, Fabian - Adopt-a-WMA program established; state parks, recreation areas, forests, and wildlife management areas added to and deleted from; and public and private sales of surplus and tax-forfeited lands authorized.

HF0650, Kieffer - Driver education and examination provisions regulated relating to carbon monoxide poisoning, and technical changes made.

HF0633, Benson, M. - Capital equipment exemption allowed at time of purchase.

HF0543, Buesgens - Road and bridge priority established, and governing federal aid requirement for rail guideways established.

HF0532, Kieffer - Repeat criminal sexual conduct offender penalties enhanced.

HF0517, Vogel - Water supply plan requirements, yard waste provisions, transmission projects report requirements, and roadway lighting requirements modified.

SF0509, Kiffmeyer - Voter picture identification required before receiving a ballot, identification cards provided at no charge, filing requirements changed, provisional ballot procedures established, challenged voter eligibility list created, election administration procedures specified, electronic polling place rosters allowed, electronic polling place roster standards set, electronic roster implementation legislative task force created, recount procedures enacted, and money appropriated.

HF0506, Shimanski - Fourth-degree assault crime and the assaulting a police horse crime expanded to provide more protection to law enforcement assistants.

SF0478, Shimanski - Disability motorcycle plate provided.

HF0468, Gruenhagen - State fund expenditure to comply with federal health care laws prohibited.

HF0452, Howes - Display and consumer fireworks provided.

HF0451, Davids - Internal Revenue Code changes conformed.

HF0430, McElfatrick - Right of individuals to keep and bear arms provided, and constitutional amendment proposed.

HF0413, Gruenhagen - State greenhouse gas emission reduction goals repealed.

HF0412, Gruenhagen - Managed care and county-based purchasing plans provider rate increases and use of generally accepted accounting principles required.

HF0391, Scott - State-sponsored health program abortion funding limited.

HF0361, Kriesel - Fleeing a peace officer crime modified.

HF0355, Kiffmeyer - Home school mandates reduced, and superintendents relieved of reporting requirements.

HF0353, Loon - Commissioner of revenue official orders notice of appeal clarified.

HF0351, Lillie - Honor and Remember Flag designated as the State of Minnesota's emblem of the service and sacrifice by those in the U.S. armed forces who have given their lives in the line of duty, and Congress urged to pass a House Resolution to designate the Honor and Remember Flag for the same purpose.

HF0332, Drazkowski - State-owned land acreage net increase prohibited.

HF0331, Drazkowski - MFIP drug screening eligibility required.

HF0304, Peppin - Department of Human Services required to issue a request for Medicaid fraud detection and business intelligence contract proposals.

HF0303, Peppin - Joint legislative office services required.

SF0301, Shimanski - Fourth-degree assault crime and the assaulting a police horse crime expanded to provide more protection to reserve officers, and fourth-degree assault crime expanded to utility and postal service employees and contractors.

HF0291, McFarlane - Maplewood; grant funding provided to design, renovate, and equip Harriet Tubman Center East as a regional service center and learning institute, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

HF0269, Downey - Teacher contract qualified economic offer provided.

HF0264, Urdahl - Personal Responsibility in Food Consumption Act; actions against persons for weight gain as a result of food consumption prohibited.

HF0263, Beard - Baytown groundwater contamination Superfund site; Pollution Control Agency erroneous assessments, costs, and payments refund required.

HF0262, Mack - Community paramedic certification created, commissioner required to determine medical assistance-covered services performed by community paramedics, and to evaluate the effect of coverage of services by a community paramedic.

HF0238, Franson - Electronic benefit transfer card restrictions and requirements established, and MFIP residency requirement amended.

HF0232, Kriesel - Gold star license plates eligibility expanded to surviving legal guardians, children, and siblings; motor vehicle fees regulated; Department of Veterans Affairs and veteran homes regulated, and driver and vehicle services technology account made permanent.

HF0210, Kiffmeyer - Voter picture identification required before receiving a ballot, identification cards provided at no charge, provisional ballot procedures established, challenged voter eligibility list created, election administration procedures specified, electronic polling place rosters allowed and standards set, electronic roster implementation legislative task force created, recount procedures enacted, and money appropriated.

HF0203, Westrom - Legislative approval of rules modified.

HF0199, Gottwalt - Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act; freedom of choice in health care for every resident of Minnesota declared, and statement of public policy provided.

HF0171, Daudt - MFIP electronic benefit transfers modified; photo identification required; and residency requirements changed for general assistance, general assistance medical care, and MFIP.

HF0170, Daudt - New nuclear power plant certificate of need prohibition abolished.

SF0119, Mack - Community paramedic certification created, commissioner required to determine medical assistance-covered services performed by community paramedics, and commissioner required to evaluate the effect of coverage of services by a community paramedic.

HF0094, Urdahl - Incandescent light bulbs manufactured in Minnesota sale and use authorized.

HF0089, Benson, M. - Voter picture identification required before receiving a ballot, voter identification card provided at no charge, canvassing deadlines changed, notice required, provisional balloting procedure established, and money appropriated.

SF0086, Beard - Carbon dioxide emissions by utilities ban modified.

HF0082, Dettmer - Military retirement pay phased-in subtraction provided.

SF0069, Kiffmeyer - Home school mandates reduced, and superintendents relieved of reporting requirements.

HF0050, Anderson, B. - Special women veterans license plates authorized, and money appropriated.

HF0020, Urdahl - Environmental impact statement process modified.

HF0009, Peppin - New nuclear power plant certificate of need issuance prohibition abolished.

HF0006, Cornish - Convicted sex offender indeterminate sentencing provided.

SF0004, Peppin - Nuclear power plant certificate of need prohibition abolished.

HF0002, Banaian - Performance data added to budget proposal, zero-based budgeting required, and sunset advisory commission and sunset process established for state agencies.

HF0001, Fabian - Environmental permitting efficiency provided, and environmental review requirements modified.

 


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