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Judiciary Finance and Policy

Thursday, April 3, 2014
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Agenda:
HF2602 (Mullery) Court-ordered child support failure to pay crime clarified.
HF2455 (Hilstrom) Court reporter provisions modified.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
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Agenda:
HF2958 (Lesch) Human rights; jury trials required for unfair discriminatory practice civil actions.
HF2928 (Slocum) Criminal vehicular homicide or operation statute technical amendments provided, and driving while impaired law clarified to work with amendments to criminal vehicular homicide and operation statute.
HF2574 (Slocum) Predatory offender registration requirements modified and clarified, criminal sexual conduct in the third degree crime sentence clarified.
HF3027 (Allen) Children and family services provisions modified; Northstar Care for Children program, background studies, adoption, and licensing requirements changed; and technical changes made.
HF3215 (Huntley) Department of health, Northstar Care for Children program, continuing care, community first services and supports, health care, and chemical dependency changes made; hospital payment system modified; background study and home and community-based service standards modified; fees set; and rate increases provided.
HF859 (Simon) Landlords and tenants; victims of violence remedies established, and housing opportunities made equitable pilot project established.
HF2386 (Johnson) Petition for relief from conviction modified, and notice to offender for restitution modified.
HF2481 (Selcer) Pupil transportation; seat belt cutters required in type III vehicles, school bus drivers required to conduct post-trip inspections, bus endorsement reporting and cancellation requirements modified, and penalties provided.
HF2925 (Lesch) Imprisonment and Exoneration Remedies Act; exonerated persons compensated, and money appropriated.
HF807 (Mullery) Predatory offender registration limited for persons under the age of 18 years, and time period and renewals allowed for a continuance without adjudication in a juvenile delinquency case extended.
HF3238 (Schoen) Domestic violence restraining order provisions modified to prohibit persons subject to the restraining orders from possessing weapons, and persons convicted of domestic violence offenses required to surrender their firearms while they are prohibited from possessing firearms.


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00:37 - Gavel.
00:44 - HF2928 (Slocum) Criminal vehicular homicide or operation statute technical amendments provided.
08:30 - HF2574 (Slocum) Predatory offender registration requirements modified and clarified, criminal sexual conduct in the third degree crime sentence clarified.
15:20 - Reconsideration and repassage of HF2928 (Slocum) Criminal vehicular homicide or operation statute technical amendments provided.
17:40 - HF3238 (Schoen) Domestic violence restraining order provisions modified to prohibit persons subject to the restraining orders from possessing weapons, and persons convicted of domestic violence offenses required to surrender their firearms while they are prohibited from possessing firearms.
1:00:26 - HF3027 (Allen) Children and family services provisions modified, Northstar Care for Children program requirements changed, background studies required, and adoption technical changes made.
1:07:53 - HF3215 (Huntley) Department of health, Northstar Care for Children program, continuing care, community first services and supports, health care, and chemical dependency changes made; hospital payment system modified; background study and home and community-based service standards modified; fees set; and rate increases provided.
1:13:18 - HF2481 (Selcer) Pupil transportation; seat belt cutters required in type III vehicles, school bus drivers required to conduct post-trip inspections, bus endorsement reporting and cancellation requirements modified, and penalties provided.
* Coverage ended early because this long-running committee was in conflict with the next scheduled webcast event.
Runs 1 hour, 39 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
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Agenda:
HF1585 (Cornish) Felony of fraudulent or other improper financing statements extended to include retaliation against a police officer or chief of police or correctional officer or employee for performing official duties.
HF2660 (Hortman) Forma pauperis party proceeding partial payment or reimbursement of costs amended.
SF685 (Hilstrom) Simultaneous competency, mental illness or defect, and civil commitment examinations required for defendants; civil commitment hearings for defendants facilitated.
HF1082 (Allen) Judicial forfeiture of property associated with controlled substance offenses and vehicles used in drive-by shootings conviction required.
HF2482 (Atkins) Lawful gambling fraud provided.
HF3073 (Atkins) Insurance fraud regulations modified to reduce incidences, no-fault auto benefits regulated, property and casualty coverages regulated, reimbursement for prescription drugs limited, batch billing regulated, economic benefits modified under chapter 65B, and task force established on motor vehicle insurance coverage verification.


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01:18 - Gavel.
01:24 - SF685 (Hilstrom) Simultaneous competency, mental illness or defect, and civil commitment examinations required for defendants; civil commitment hearings for defendants facilitated.
11:10 - HF1585 (Cornish) Felony of fraudulent or other improper financing statements extended to include retaliation against a police officer or chief of police or correctional officer for performing official duties.
19:14 - HF1082 (Allen) Judicial forfeiture of property associated with controlled substance offenses and vehicles used in drive-by shootings conviction required, and presumption for administrative forfeiture eliminated.
25:53 - HF2660 (Hortman) Forma pauperis party proceeding partial payment or reimbursement of costs amended.
29:28 - HF2482 (Atkins) Lawful gambling fraud provided.
31:15 - HF3073 (Atkins) Insurance fraud regulations modified, administrative penalty provided for insurance fraud, no-fault auto benefits regulated, property and casualty coverages regulated, deauthorization process created for the right of health care providers to receive payments under chapter 65B, reimbursement limited for prescription drugs, batch billing regulated, economic benefits modified under chapter 65B, and task force established on motor vehicle insurance coverage verification.
Runs 1 hour, 3 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
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Agenda: HF2722, HF2151, and HF2288 are pending re-referral The first two bills on the agenda, HF29 & HF1226, were re-referred to the committee from the General Register. The committee's intention is to re-refer these bills back to the General Register.
HF2151 will have an amendment to be posted.
HF291 (Simon) Paternity and maternity determination; assisted reproduction provisions modified.
HF1226 (Cornish) Enhanced penalties provided for causing the death of or assaulting a prosecuting attorney.
HF2882 (JohnsonC) Neuroleptic medication administration to persons subject to civil commitment provisions modified, and pilot program established.
HF1851 (Kieffer) Repeat criminal sexual conduct offenders penalties enhanced.
HF2722 (Mahoney) Custody and parenting time provisions changes made.
HF2288 (Atkins) Law enforcement required to secure a court order in order to receive cell phone tracking data.
HF2151 (Mullery) Residential lease violation duty to mitigate damages created.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, March 18, 2014
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Agenda:
HF3015 (Carlson) Public Employment Relations Board created, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
HF2545 (Liebling) Health definitions modified and added, immunization requirement pharmacist participation changed; Board of Pharmacy powers and duties, and business regulation licensing requirements changed; compounding requirements clarified, legend drug purchase allowed by educational institutions, entities allowed to handle drugs in preparation for emergency use, drug manufacturers payment reporting clarified, and substances added to the controlled substances schedules.
HF2531 (Laine) Campaign finance technical changes made, board authorized to request reconciliation information, fees authorized, definitions and fee amounts modified, and penalties imposed.
HF2446 (Simonson) Pharmacy Board cease and desist authority granted to prevent the sale of synthetic drugs, laws governing misbranding or adulterated drugs modified, drug definition expanded, emergency drug scheduling authority sunset and legislative reporting requirement repealed, mandatory restitution provided when a person is convicted for selling controlled substance under false pretenses, public education plan established, and money appropriated.
HF2295 (JohnsonC) Judicial districts required to establish minimum standards as a condition to using GPS to monitor domestic abuse offenders, and victim and defendant location data protected.


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00:28 - Gavel.
01:02 - HF3015 (Carlson) Public Employment Relations Board created, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
24:02 - HF2446 (Simonson) Board of Pharmacy cease and desist authority granted to prevent the sale of synthetic drugs, laws governing misbranding or adulterated drugs modified, drug definition expanded, sunset and legislative reporting requirement for the Board of Pharmacy's emergency drug scheduling authority repealed, training and expert support provided in the prosecution of synthetic drug cases, public education plan established, and money appropriated.
56:40 - HF2531 (Laine) Technical changes made, board authorized to request reconciliation information, fees authorized, board authorized to establish a system to store electronic records online, and definitions and fee amounts modified.
1:02:30 - HF2295 (Johnson, C.) Domestic violence offenders GPS monitoring standards establishment by judicial districts authorized, and victim location data protected.
1:15:26 - HF2545 (Liebling) Health definitions modified and added, pharmacist participation in immunization requirements changed, Board of Pharmacy powers and duties changed, Board of Pharmacy licensing requirements for businesses regulation changed, compounding requirements clarified, educational institutions allowed to purchase legend drugs in limited circumstances, entities allowed to handle drugs in preparation for emergency use, requirement clarified that drug manufacturers report payments to the Board of Pharmacy, and substances added to the schedules for controlled substances.
Runs 1 hour, 33 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
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Agenda:
HF1335 (Rosenthal) Collision requirements clarified, and terminology change made.
HF2141 (Rosenthal) Probable cause arrests clarified for violations of protections, restraining, and no contact orders; and time limit modified for probable cause arrests for domestic abuse.
HF2385 (Lesch) Expert review certification time limits adjusted because of recent amendments to the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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Agenda:
HF2213 (Hortman) Small servicer definition amended relating to mortgages, and Foreclosure Curative Act clarified.
HF2455 (Hilstrom) Court reporter provisions modified.
HF2687 (Hilstrom) District judge disposition monthly review authorized for compliance with 90-day disposition requirement.
HF2307 (Schoen) Drug overdose prevention and medical assistance provided, and liability limited.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
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Agenda:
HF2576 (Melin) Criminal record expungement governing provisions modified, business screening services required to delete expunged records, eviction record expungement allowed in some cases, and money appropriated.


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HF2576 (Melin) Criminal record expungement governing provisions modified, business screening services required to delete expunged records, and eviction record expungement allowed in some cases.
Runs 1 hour, 5 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
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Agenda:
HF2668 (Hilstrom) Candidate petitions and ballots; errors and omissions petitioners shall also serve the petition on all candidates for the office in which the error or omission is alleged, raised court seal and notarial act requirements eliminated, court document signatures provided under penalty of perjury, probate alternative service permitted, structured settlement transfer action applicants required to provide information to court, temporary restraining order request hearing provided to be made within 20 days, and application of fine payment to restitution before application to court fines permitted.
HF2190 (Rosenthal) Business organization prefiling document review provided, and limited liability companies and business corporations regulated.
HF2479 (Hilstrom) Housing courts and housing calendars allowed to use referees almost exclusively for lanflord and tenant cases.
HF2188 (Hortman) Spousal real estate ownership and mortgage redemption period clarifying and conforming changes made, and transfer on death deeds modified.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, February 26, 2014
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Agenda: Variations in drug sentences; sentencing guideline data and research.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Friday, May 10, 2013
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Agenda: **NOTE:** The committee does have a 24-hour rule for amendments. Amendments will be due at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 9.
If you wish to testify, please contact the committee administrator at charlotte.antin@house.mn.
HF1139 (Liebling) Minnesota sex offender program provisions modified, public education campaign required, and Civil Commitment Act modified.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Thursday, April 18, 2013
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Agenda: ***NOTE:***The 24-hr amendment rule is waived for this meeting.
If you wish to testify, please contact the committee administrator at charlotte.antin@house.mn.
HF338 (Bly) Eminent domain provisions modified with respect to electric power utilities.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, April 10, 2013
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Agenda: HF1752 (Simonson) Repeat sex offender 36-month presumptive executed sentence provided for. HF1139 (Liebling) Prevention of sexual violence working group provided for, Minnesota sex offender program provisions modified, sexual violence prevention demonstration grants provided for, Civil Commitment Act modified, report provided for, and money appropriated.
If you wish to testify, please email the committee administrator at charlotte.antin@house.mn.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, April 9, 2013
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Agenda: HF80 (Hilstrom) Assigned consumer debt default judgments regulated.
HF1160 (Hilstrom) Judiciary, Guardian Ad Litem Board, Tax Court, Board on Judicial Standards, Board of Public Defense, Uniform Laws Commission, and Sentencing Guidelines Commission funding provided, and money appropriated.
***HF1160 will be the Omnibus Judiciary Finance and Policy bill. The updated spreadsheet can be found on the Committee's Main Page under "Committee Spread Sheet." Amendments are due by 2:15 p.m. on Monday, April 8.
If you wish to testify, please contact the committee administrator at charlotte.antin@house.mn.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, April 3, 2013
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Agenda: ***NOTE:*** There was an error in the original spreadsheet. A new spreadsheet and corresponding bill are posted.
HF80 (Hilstrom) Assigned consumer debt default judgments regulated.
The committee will walk through the Omnibus Judiciary Finance and Policy Bill. No action will be taken. HF1160 (Hilstrom) Judiciary, Guardian Ad Litem Board, Tax Court, Board on Judicial Standards, Board of Public Defense, Uniform Laws Commission, and Sentencing Guidelines Commission funding provided, and money appropriated.

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07:21 - Gavel and general comments.
09:48 - HF1160 (Hilstrom) Judiciary, Guardian Ad Litem Board, Tax Court, Board on Judicial Standards, Board of Public Defense, Uniform Laws Commission, and Sentencing Guidelines Commission funding provided, and money appropriated.
Runs 21 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, April 2, 2013
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Agenda: More bills may be added.
HF744 (Hilstrom) Bond reinstatement fee imposed.
HF873 (Bly) Rice County; pilot program authorized to fund a mediation program through a surcharge on district court filing fees, funding provided, and money appropriated.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, March 20, 2013
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Agenda: The chair has waved the 24-hour rule for this meeting. However, members must notify the committee administrator if they intend to file an amendment.
***NOTE:*** HF1051 and HF865 are pending re-referral from Civil Law and HF142 is pending re-referral from Public Safety. More bills may be added pending re-referrals. If you wish to testify, please contact the committee administrator at charlotte.antin@house.mn.
HF681 (Simon) Limitation period for civil actions involving sexual abuse changed.
HF947 (Liebling) Sexually dangerous persons and persons with sexual psychopathic personalities commitment law distinguished and clarified from other civil commitments.
HF392 (Melin) Juvenile court proceeding records governing provisions modified.
HF1051 (Rosenthal) Crime victim rights and programs statutory provisions clarified, and a restitution working group provided.
HF865 (Sundin) Product stewardship programs provided.
HF142 (Kieffer) Criminal sexual conduct offender penalties enhanced.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, March 19, 2013
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Agenda: The chair has waved the 24-hour rule for this meeting. However, members must notify the committee administrator if they intend to file an amendment.
***NOTE:*** HF829 and HF975 are pending re-referral from Civil Law.
If you wish to testify, please contact the committee administrator at charlotte.antin@house.mn.
HF252 (Allen) Indian child placement proceedings modified.
HF829 (Allen) Landlord violation civil penalty imposed; tenant hold over provisions amended; time appeal and notice of hearing modified; and technical, clarifying, and conforming changes made.
HF767 (Morgan) Omnibus Department of Human Services continuing care policy bill.
HF1206 (Isaacson) Body art regulations modified, and criminal penalties provided.
HF946 (Liebling) Underage possession or consumption of alcohol immunity provided for a person contacting 911 to seek assistance for another.
HF975 (BensonJ) Human services fair hearing and internal audit provisions modified, Cultural and Ethnic Leadership Communities Council created, obsolete language removed, and technical changes made.
HF1556 (Hilstrom) Time period a person may be held in jail or state correctional facility limited.
HF1557 (Hilstrom) Simultaneous competency, mental illness or defect, and civil commitment examinations required for defendants; and civil commitment hearings for defendants facilitated.


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01:43 - Gavel.
02:54 - HF1556 (Hilstrom) Time period a person may be held in jail or state correctional facility limited.
29:10 - HF1557 (Hilstrom) Simultaneous competency, mental illness or defect, and civil commitment examinations required for defendants, and civil commitment hearings for defendants facilitated.
33:17 - HF975 (Benson) Fair hearing and internal audit provisions modified, Cultural and Ethnic Leadership Communities Council created, obsolete language removed, and technical changes made.
43:18 - HF252 (Allen) Child placement proceedings modified.
1:07:08 - HF829 (Allen) Tenant holding over provisions amended; time appeal and notice of hearing modified; and technical, clarifying, and conforming changes made (pending re-referral from Civil Law).
1:11:00 - HF767 (Morgan) Continuing care provisions changes made; advisory task force, nursing home, resident relocation, medical assistance, long-term care consultation services, assessments, maltreatment reporting provisions modified, and report required.
1:15:31 - HF946 (Liebling) Underage possession or consumption of alcohol immunity provided for a person seeking assistance for self or another.
1:28:30 - HF1206 (Isaacson) Body art regulations modified, and criminal penalties provided.
Runs 1 hour, 30 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Thursday, March 14, 2013
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Agenda: ***Note:*** The chair has waved the 24-hour rule for this meeting. However, members must notify the committee administrator if they intend to file an amendment.
HF946 was removed from the agenda at the author's request.
HF892 (Melin) Uniform Interstate Family Support Act updated.
HF1031 (Dehn) Life insurance policy paid premium refund required, and judicial declaration of the validity of a policy authorized.
HF1120 (Freiberg) Judicial review of contested case service on all parties required.
HF1138 (Newton) Minnesota Code of Military Justice updated, and clarifying language provided.
HF1226 (Cornish) Enhanced penalties provided for causing the death of or assaulting a prosecuting attorney.
HF136 (Hansen) Public official definition expanded in campaign finance and public disclosure law, and clarifying changes provided.
HF1043 (Simon) Emergency 911 call new crimes created, and criminal penalties provided.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
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Agenda: Note: No additional testimony will be taken on HF863. The committee will only be taking action on the bill.
If you wish to testify, please contact the committee administrator at charlotte.antin@house.mn.
HF1187 (Allen) Safe harbor provisions expanded to include 16 and 17-year-olds involved in prostitution.
HF1396 (Hilstrom) School bus stop-signal arm violations provided to be placed on the uniform fine schedule.
HF1399 (Hilstrom) Graduated filing fee created to be based on the amount in controversy for conciliation court.
HF974 (Drazkowski) Law library fees authorized for enhancements to state court technology.
HF1398 (Hilstrom) Court technology fee imposed on civil court filings, special revenue account created, funding provided, and money appropriated to the Supreme Court.
HF863 (Winkler) Campaign finance and public disclosure law; various policy, technical, conforming, and other changes made; additional disclosure provided; regulations, reporting, spending and contribution limits, registration, definitions, and various procedures modified; and public official definition and penalties related to corporate political contributions modified.


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04:33 - Gavel.
05:03 - HF1187 (Allen) Safe harbor provisions expanded to include 16 and 17-year olds involved in prostitution.
35:47 - HF974 (Drazkowski) Law library fees authorized for enhancements to state court technology.
55:00 - HF1398 (Hilstrom) Court technology fee imposed on civil court filings, special revenue account created, and funds appropriated to the Supreme Court.
57:21 - HF1396 (Hilstrom) School bus stop-signal arm violations provided to be placed on the uniform fine schedule.
1:24:47 - HF1399 (Hilstrom) Graduated filing fee created to be based on the amount in controversy for conciliation court.
The committee recessed.
Runs 1 hour, 27 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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Agenda: Note: HF863 is pending re-referral. Tuesday's hearing will be informational only. The bill will be voted on in a subsequent meeting.
If you wish to testify, please contact the committee administrator at charlotte.antin@house.mn.
HF704 (Hilstrom) Family Reunification Act of 2013 created.
HF1214 (Mahoney) Motor vehicles regulated, scrap metal processing regulation amended, proof of ownership or hold period required for vehicles purchased for scrap, and automated property system and criminal penalties created.
HF1135 (Winkler) Child testimony provided, and support person provided for child and adult witnesses.
HF863 (Winkler) Campaign finance and public disclosure law; various policy, technical, conforming, and other changes made; additional disclosure provided; regulations, reporting, spending and contribution limits, registration, definitions, and various procedures modified; and public official definition and penalties related to corporate political contributions modified.
HF838 (Schoen) Court services, detention, and corrections data access provided for domestic fatality review teams.
HF228 (Johnson) Wildlife arson increased penalties created for damages to multiple buildings or dwellings, acreage, crops, or demonstrable bodily harm; and restitution provisions added.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, March 6, 2013
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Agenda: If you wish to testify, please contact Charlotte Antin at charlotte.antin@house.mn.
HF157 (Hilstrom) Bullion coin dealers regulated, registration required, conduct prohibited; and enforcement authority, civil, and criminal penalties provided.
HF290 (Simon) False claims provisions modified.
HF291 (Simon) Paternity and maternity determination; assisted reproduction provisions modified.
HF450 (Atkins) Actions for damages based on services or construction to improve real property limitations modified.
HF459 (Atkins) Bisphenol-A in children's food containers sale prohibited.
HF458 (Persell) Formaldehyde banned in children's products.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, March 5, 2013
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Agenda: If you wish to testify, please contact Charlotte Antin at charlotte.antin@house.mn.
HF410 (Hilstrom) Crime victim's estate authorized to request or enforce an order for restitution.
HF136 (Hansen) Public official definition expanded in campaign finance and public disclosure law, and clarifying changes provided.
HF161 (Cornish) Homicide victim specified personal property protection inventory and emergency order authorized to preserve rights of decedent's heirs and beneficiaries; and notice of rights and procedures added to crime victims' chapter.
HF482 (Atkins) Survival or continuation of an action provided after the death or disability of a party.


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00:35 - Gavel.
01:02 - HF161 (Cornish) Homicide victim specified personal property protection inventory and emergency order authorized to preserve rights of decedent's heirs and beneficiaries; notice of rights and procedures added to crime victims' chapter.
08:15 - HF136 (Hansen) Campaign finance and public disclosure law public official definition expanded to include judges and county commissioners.
23:41 - HF410 (Hilstrom) Crime victim's estate authorized to request or enforce an order for restitution.
27:44 - HF482 (Atkins) Survival or continuation of an action provided after the death or disability of a party.
Runs 50 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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Agenda: ***Other bills may be added to the agenda.
HF810 (Norton) Olmsted County; Third Judicial District Court funding provided for development of a drug court.
HF129 (Sanders) Mortgage foreclosures regulated, and foreclosure consultant definition clarified.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, February 20, 2013
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Agenda:
HF212 (Yarusso) Timely filing for appeals from orders provisions modified.
HF335 (Simon) Jury service exclusion prohibited on the basis of marital status or sexual orientation.
HF369 (Freiberg) Uniform Community Property Rights at Death Act adopted.
HF440 (Hilstrom) State Guardian Ad Litem Board provisions modified.
HF232 (Hilstrom) Statutory short form power of attorney modified, and judicial relief authorized.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, February 19, 2013
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Agenda: Presentation on Specialty Courts

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02:44 - Gavel, and a presentation on specialty courts.
Runs 1 hour, 10 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, February 13, 2013
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Agenda: Budget presentation from the Board of Public Defense
HF330 (Melin) Court of Appeals judges allowed reimbursement of housing and mileage expenses for those living more than 50 miles from their permanent chambers.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, February 12, 2013
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Agenda: Budget Presentations: The Courts The Tax Court
HF278 (Hortman) Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act enacted as approved by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, February 6, 2013
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Agenda: Budget Presentations: Sentencing Guidelines Commission
HF90 (Hilstrom) Vulnerable adult financial exploitation offenses allowed to be aggregated over a six month period, and venue options expanded.



Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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Agenda: Budget Presentations: Judicial Standards Board Guardian Ad Litem Board Uniform Law Commission


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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Agenda: Presentations on court technology.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, January 29, 2013
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Agenda:
HF80 (Hilstrom) Assigned consumer debt default judgments regulated, limitation period provided to bring an action arising out of consumer debt, and bail amount set for failure to comply with judgment debtor disclosure requirements in consumer debt cases.
HF19 (Hortman) Agency designations allowed in certain civil law situations, form language provided, clarifying changes made, and Tax Court appeals filing requirements clarified.
HF87 (Winkler) Mortgage lien affidavit of survivorship and release or partial release provided, registered land interest claimed, and technical and conforming changes made.


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02:05 - Gavel.
02:24 - HF80 (Hilstrom) Assigned consumer debt default judgments regulated.
32:30 - HF19 (Hortman) Agency designations allowed in certain probate situations.
36:19 - HF87 (Winkler) Affidavit of survivorship and release or partial release of mortgage lien provided; interested in registered land after resignation claimed; technical and conforming changes made.
Runs 39 minutes.


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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Agenda: Presentation by the Legal Profession Boards Presentation by the Uniform Law Commission Review of the governor's budget recommendations by House Fiscal staff


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, January 22, 2013
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Agenda: Presentation by the Judicial Standards Board Presentation by the Tax Court Presentation by Civil Legal Services


Judiciary Finance and Policy

Tuesday, January 15, 2013
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Agenda: Introductions; Overview of Committee Rules; Presentation by the Courts.

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