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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Wednesday, May 17 2000 - Archive Video
MOTION TO OVERRIDE GOVERNOR'S VETO.
HF2205 (Knoblach) Omnibus bonding bill providing public improvements of a capital nature, bond issuance authorized, and money appropriated.
SEC 7, SUB 2 - Lazarus Creek.
The motion to override failed.
HF4078 (Knoblach) Omnibus bonding bill providing public improvements of a capital nature, bond issuance authorized, and money appropriated.
SEC 14, SUB 2 - Root River Center for the Arts.
The motion to override initially failed, but was reconsidered and passed.
SEC 14, SUB 3 - Guthrie Theater.
The motion to override initially failed, but was reconsidered and passed.
SEC 5, SUB 11 - Multicultural Development Grants.
The motion to override prevailed.
SEC 10, SUB 5 - Minnesota Center for Agricultural Innovation.
The motion to override failed.
SEC 22, SUB 9 - Koochiching County - Cold Weather Testing Center.
The motion to override failed.
SEC 22, SUB 7 - Landfall HRA Retaining Walls.
The motion to override failed.
SEC 7, SUB 30 - Taylors Falls - St Croix Valley Heritage Center.
The motion to override failed.
SEC 18, SUB 2 - Organ Donor Vehicle.
The motion to override prevailed.
HF2891 (Molnau) Omnibus transportation appropriations bill.
SEC 5 - Trade and Economic Development.
The motion to override failed.
HF2699 (Goodno) Omnibus health and human services, agriculture, environment and natural resources, criminal justice, economic development, and state government appropriations bill.
SEC 5, SUB 5 - Law Enforcement and Community Grants.
The motion to override failed.
SEC 7 - Corrections.
The motion to override failed.
HF118 (Erickson) Appointed commissioners required to serve as acting commissioners pending senate approval and temporary service limited to 18 months.
The motion to override failed.
SF884 (Harder) Reduced marriage license fee provided for couples who obtain premarital counseling and dissolution proceedings filing fee increased.
The motion to override failed.
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF3516 (McCollum) Natural resources provisions modified.
SUSPENSION OF RULES.
SF3835 (Bakk) BWCAW; President and the President's Council on Environmental Quality memorialized to expedite the reduction of fuel loading within the boundary waters canoe area wilderness.
CALENDAR OF THE DAY.
SF702 (Kuisle) Real property plats bordering existing or proposed highways county review authorized, and city and county dispute resolution provided.
HF3110 (Mares) Minnesota amateur sports commission exhibition participation provision repealed.
HF2952 (Workman) Transportation provisions modified.
SF2693 (Daggett) Imported cigarette sales regulated, unlawful cigarette trade practices determined, contraband defined, and private cause of action provided.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
SF3730 (Abrams) Public finance provisions modified and money appropriated.
The House went into recess.
Runs 5 Hrs., 40 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Wednesday, May 17 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2826 (Molnau) Labor agreements ratified, groups I and II salary limits modified, and public employment labor relations act technical changes provided.
SF3216 (Seagren) K-12 education code modified.
SUSPENSION OF RULES.
SF3819 (Seifert, J) Revisor's bill correcting miscellaneous oversights, inconsistencies, ambiguities, unintended results, and technical errors.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
SF3286 (Ness) Profile of learning modified.
Senate Concurrent Resolution #14 - A senate concurrent resolution relating to the delivery of bills to the Governor after final adjournment.
The House adjourned sine die.
Runs 5 Hrs., 6 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 5
Tuesday, May 9 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
HF2826 (Seifert, M) Minnesota election law procedures clarified and conforming changes made.
HF2891 (Molnau) Omnibus transportation appropriations bill.
SF2796 (Mares) Public pension plan provisions modified.
HF3501 (Holberg) Omnibus data classification, access, and privacy bill.
HF3534 (Harder) Agricultural contract requirements and enforcement procedures modified.
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF3046 (Holsten) Wolf management provided; resident and nonresident hunting and fishing license fees, citizen oversight committee duties, and lighted fishing lure use modified; lottery ticket in-lieu payment provisions modified; and money appropriated.
HF3557 (Krinkie) State government, human services, and preK-12 education code appropriation provisions corrected; and money appropriated.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF3028 (Greenfield) Vulnerable adult maltreatment determinations review and reconsideration rights specified, and southern cities community health clinic provisions modified.
SF3036 (Haas) Seizure and administrative forfeiture of firearms and abandoned property provided, trespass citation authority and vehicle forfeiture provisions modified, game and fish gross violations assessed, and civil penalties imposed.
SF3234 (Seifert, M) Governmental operations committees authorized to formally object to rules, rule review and repeal provided, rules task force created, and teacher preparation programs report required.
SF11 (Bishop) Domestic abuse victim civil cause of action six-year statute of limitations provided and Ramsey county joint domestic abuse prosecution unit pilot project authorized.
The House went into recess.
Runs 4 Hrs., 11 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 5
Tuesday, May 9 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
HF4127 (Abrams) Omnibus tax bill and money appropriated.
SF2845 (Leppik) Underage persons attempting to purchase alcohol or tobacco products with false identification provided increased penalties and driver license sanctions, and retailers authorized to seize false I.D.
HF2516 (Smith) Harassment definition and provisions modified relating to restraining orders.
SF1288 (Holsten) Game and fish provisions modified, state land inventory required, and money appropriated.
The House went into recess.
Runs 2 Hrs., 35 min.

House Floor Session - Part 3 of 5
Tuesday, May 9 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
HF3800 (Seagren) Omnibus K-12 policy and supplemental appropriations bill.
This bill was temporarily laid on the table.
HF3312 (Finseth) Agricultural policy provisions modified.
The House went into recess.
Runs 2 Hrs., 32 min.

House Floor Session - Part 4 of 5
Tuesday, May 9 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
HF3505 (Davids) Commerce department regulations provided.
HF2591 (Anderson, I) Koochiching County economic development commission and Yellow Medicine County economic development authority established, nonmetro county alternative authorized, Minnesota-Ontario legislative commission established, and money appropriated.
SF2677 (Fuller) DWI; driving while impaired crimes and provisions recodified and simplified.
SF2854 (Skoglund) County attorney access to private data authorized prior to sexual psychopathic or sexually dangerous persons civil commitment petition filings, and courts required to decide on access motions within 48 hours.
SF2575 (Tunheim) Dislocated worker program eligibility expanded to include specified working farmers, and dislocated farmers and ranchers training grants provided temporary priority.
SF2893 (McElroy) Business subsidy provisions clarified.
The House went into recess.
Runs 34 minutes

House Floor Session - Part 5 of 5
Tuesday, May 9 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
HF849 (Haake) Airports; minor use metro airports expansion and upgrade authority modified.
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF3213 (Ozment) Heritage forest areas established in specified counties, timber provisions modified, and recreational area public use rules modified.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF1048 (Jennings) Public utility commissioners ex parte communication regulated.
SF3002 (Swenson) State park additions and deletions provided, and Soudan underground mine park boathouse lot leases extended.
HF2699 (Goodno) Omnibus health and human services, agriculture, environment and natural resources, criminal justice, economic development, and state government appropriations bill.
HF3800 (Seagren) Omnibus K-12 policy and supplemental appropriations bill.
HF4078 (Knoblach) Omnibus bonding bill providing public improvements of a capital nature, bond issuance authorized, and money appropriated.
Senate Concurrent Resolution #13: A senate concurrent resolution relating to adjournment for more than three days.
Runs 1 Hr., 16 min.

House Floor Session
Thursday, May 4 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
SF3016 (Entenza) Child support enforcement provisions modified.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
HF2216 (Trimble) Vietnam War; President and Congress memorialized to ease naturalization requirements for Hmong and Lao combat veterans and enact the Hmong veterans naturalization act of 1999.
SF2956 (Molnau) Midwest interstate passenger rail compact adopted.
House Resolution #23: Recognizing May 4, 2000, as a Day of Prayer in Minnesota.
Senate Concurrent Resolution #12: Upon their adjournments on May 4, 2000, the Senate and House of Representatives may each set its next day of meeting for May 9, 2000.
Runs 1 Hr., 10 min.

House Floor Session
Monday, May 1 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
HF3839 (Goodno) Health care administrative simplification act modified, unlicensed complementary and alternative health care practitioners regulated, specified health occupations modified, civil penalties provided, and report required.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2893 (McElroy) Business subsidy provisions clarified.
SF2865 (Tingelstad) Homeless and runaway youth initiative created; and street outreach, drop-in services, basic center shelter, and transitional living programs established.
Runs 2 Hrs., 6 min.

House Floor Session
Friday, April 28 2000 - Archive Video
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CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF2521 (Rest) Political subdivision corporation creation standards established, existing corporations continued, community television provisions clarified, and housing and redevelopment authority appointments modified.
SF1870 (Haas) Motor vehicle fuel franchises and marketing agreements regulated.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF3257 (Stang) Legislative employment provisions modified.
Runs 2 Hrs., 40 min.

House Floor Session
Wednesday, April 26 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF2833 (McGuire) Specified student behavioral data disclosed to the juvenile justice system, disposition orders shared with school officials and law enforcement, and juveniles on probation data sharing provided.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF3300 (McGuire) Second judicial district streamlined marriage dissolution procedure pilot project extended.
HF3852 (Westfall) State government decentralized.
SF2570 (Tomassoni) St Louis board of county commissioners authorized to set expense and per diem allowances for board and agency members, unclassified service position authorized number increased, and compensation modified.
HF849 (Haake) Airports; minor use metro airports expansion and upgrade authority modified.
SF1048 (Jennings) Public utility commissioners ex parte communication regulated.
SF2854 (Skoglund) County attorney access to private data authorized prior to sexual psychopathic or sexually dangerous persons civil commitment petition filings, and courts required to decide on access motions within 48 hours.
Runs 2 Hrs., 12 min.

House Floor Session
Tuesday, April 25 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
HF3020 (Bradley) Long-term care provisions modified.
HF3047 (Kuisle) Title insurance mortgage release certificate language modified to include assignment of rents and profits, and common interest ownership resale disclosure certificate requirements modified.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2302 (Boudreau) Criminal vehicular operation definition expanded.
SF3386 (Bishop) MnSCU chancellor separate salary subdivision created, and chancellors and presidents additional compensation for early contract termination authorized.
Runs 1 Hr., 50 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Wednesday, April 19 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF3169 (Dawkins) Parenting plans and parenting time provided, and physical custody modification standards and terminology modified.
SF3178 (Hilty) Commissioner of public safety rule authority continued, grants awarded, private detectives and protective agents board members per diem and training program rules modified, and battered women and domestic abuse provisions modified.
SF2951 (Larsen, P) Alternative dispute resolution process use clarified, office of strategic and long-range planning temporarily exempt from adopting boundary adjustment procedure rules, and report required.
The House went into recess.
Runs 41 minutes

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Wednesday, April 19 2000 - Archive Video
Senate Concurrent Resolution #11: Upon their adjournments on April 19, 2000, the Senate and House of Representatives may each set its next day of meeting for April 25, 2000.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2385 (Olson) Public hospital administrators, pharmacists, and psychologists compensation limit exemption provided.
HF2516 (Smith) Harassment definition and provisions modified relating to restraining orders.
SF2575 (Tunheim) Dislocated worker program eligibility expanded to include specified working farmers, and dislocated farmers and ranchers training grants provided temporary priority.
SF3644 (Nornes) Workers' compensation benefits increased, funds transferred, and provisions modified.
Runs 4 Hrs., 12 min.

House Floor Session
Tuesday, April 18 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
SF2686 (Rest) Funeral acts and services regulated, and preneed arrangement requirements established.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF3497 (Tuma) State of Minnesota attorney fees recovery regulated and fee application procedures established.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
SF3581 (Paulsen) Omnibus liquor bill.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF3730 (Abrams) Public finance provisions modified and money appropriated.
Runs 1 Hr., 56 min.

House Floor Session
Monday, April 17 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF2456 (Anderson, B) Wright County ditch conveyance to St Michael and Albertville authorized.
SF2785 (Workman) Utility-owned and recycling vehicles exempted from specified weight restrictions.
SF2946 (Dorman) Gasoline blended with the oxygenate sale limited.
HF2451 (Davids) Legislative electric energy task force expiration date extended and telephone company property depreciation provisions modified.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2830 (Mahoney) Persons escaping after lawful arrest prior to trial proceedings charged with escape from custody and assaulting a peace officer penalties modified.
SF3139 (Mullery) Veterans homes support test not to include sales tax rebates, and homeless and disabled veterans transitional housing program established.
HF2757 (Jennings) Biomass power mandate regulated.
SF3028 (Greenfield) Vulnerable adult maltreatment determinations review and reconsideration rights specified, and southern cities community health clinic provisions modified.
Runs 2 Hrs., 55 min.

House Floor Session
Thursday, April 13 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF3901 (Storm) Housing finance agency community rehabilitation grants and loans authorized to for-profit organizations, and third-party interest rate exchange agreements authorized.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF2484 (Tomassoni) Motor vehicles required to be driven in the right-hand lane.
SF3023 (Workman) Motor vehicle registration and titling provisions, and interstate commercial vehicle registration modified; federal regulations conformity provided; recreational vehicle combinations extended; and school bus stop signal activation modified.
SF2870 (Davids) Financial institution loan charges and payments modified, foundation loan portfolio pilot project established, Canon Falls detached banking facility regulated, and money appropriated.
SF2683 (Hackbarth) Archery bows used for bowfishing exempt from casing requirement and crossbow disability permit provisions modified.
HF2563 (Storm) Mechanics' lien civil cause of action created, attorney fees authorized, proceeds execution exemption provided, and criminal penalties imposed.
HF2671 (Bradley) Temporary census employee income excluded from public assistance eligibility determinations, mental retardation protection public guardianship responsibility transfer recommendations developed, and legislative report required.
HF3692 (Kuisle) Feedlot permit provisions modified, manure applicator education and training requirements specified, small feedlot upgrade requirements moratorium provided, administrative penalty order requirements expanded, and report required.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
HF3046 (Holsten) Wolf management provided; resident and nonresident hunting and fishing license fees, citizen oversight committee duties, and lighted fishing lure use modified; lottery ticket in-lieu payment provisions modified; and money appropriated.
MOTIONS AND RESOULTIONS.
House Resolution #22: Recognizing and honoring the citizens of Southeastern Minnesota for dedicating their time and money to build the Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial in Rochester, Minnesota.
Runs 3 Hrs., 2 min.

House Floor Session
Wednesday, April 12 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF1733 (Carruthers) Civil third-party liability imposed for damages caused by intoxicated persons under age 21, subrogation claims denied, and homeowner's insurance coverage exclusion provided.
SF1202 (Goodno) Protocol established for occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and criminal penalties imposed.
SF2615 (Koskinen) Persons leaving unharmed newborns at hospital emergency rooms not prosecuted, hospital duties specified, liability immunity provided, and relative search limited.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2972 (Anderson, B) State purchases open bidding authorized.
HF2830 (Clark, K) Pimps and patrons of juvenile prostitution provided enhanced criminal penalties, and juvenile prostitution law enforcement training studied.
HF2591 (Anderson, I) Koochiching county economic development commission and Yellow Medicine county economic development authority established, nonmetro county alternative authorized, Minnesota-Ontario legislative commission established, and money appropriated.
SF2677 (Fuller) DWI; driving while impaired crimes and provisions recodified and simplified.
Runs 2 Hrs., 57 min.

House Floor Session
Tuesday, April 11 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
HF1415 (Finseth) Gray wolf management provided and criminal penalties imposed.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2471 (Abrams) Hennepin County human resources board and department provisions modified.
SF2417 (Leppik) Paint ball guns sale, rental, discharge, and possession regulated; criminal penalties imposed; and remedies provided.
SF3091 (Abrams) Sales and use tax law recodified, and provisions clarified.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF3272 (Bradley) Bleacher safety building code requirements modified.
Runs 4 Hrs., 13 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Monday, April 10 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF2731 (Davids) Motor vehicle manufacturers, distributors, and factory branches unfair practices regulated.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF2363 (Larsen, P) Dental benefit plans regulated.
The House went into recess.
Runs 25 minutes.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Monday, April 10 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF3338 (Smith) Tribal police departments annual insurance cap established, fleeing a peace officer crime clarified to include tribal officers, and flee definition expanded to include refusing to stop the vehicle.
SF1699 (Reuter) Electronic funds transfers and credit card payments to state agencies authorized.
SF1618 (Jennings) Brewer and wholesaler judicial remedies modified.
SF2845 (Leppik) Underage persons attempting to purchase alcohol or tobacco products with false identification provided increased penalties and driver license sanctions, and retailers authorized to seize false I.D.
HF2489 (Skoglund) Political subdivisions authorized to require registration of impounded bicycles upon sale.
SF3016 (Entenza) Child support enforcement provisions modified.
House Resolution #12: A house resolution proclaiming Tuesday, May 9, 2000, as Thank a Teacher Day.
Runs 1 Hr., 43 min.

House Floor Session
Thursday, April 6 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
HF2563 (Storm) Mechanics' lien civil cause of action created, attorney fees authorized, proceeds execution exemption provided, and criminal penalties imposed.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2200 (Ozment) Minnesota propane education and research act of 2000 adopted.
HF3491 (Davids) Insurance technical changes provided.
The bill was continued on the Calendar.
SF2686 (Rest) Funeral acts and services regulated, and preneed arrangement requirements established.
SF2521 (Rest) Political subdivision corporation creation standards established, existing corporations continued, community television provisions clarified, and housing and redevelopment authority appointments modified.
SF1231 (Wilkin) Optometrist licensing provisions modified.
REPORT FROM COMMITTEE ON RULES AND LEGISLATIVE ADMINISTRATION.
House Resolution #19: A house resolution honoring the University of Minnesota Women's Hockey team for winning the 2000 national championship.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF3259 (Bradley) State energy code rules continuation provided, requirements modified, and report required.
Runs 4 Hrs., 22 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 3
Wednesday, April 5 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF1326 (Abeler) Community social services limited liability provided.
HF3109 (Entenza) Uniform electronic transactions act adopted.
HF3576 (Osskopp) Solid waste and wastewater treatment facilities reporting requirements modified, toxics in packaging exemption period extended, and report required.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
HF2888 (Peterson) Canoe and boating route marking authorized on a portion of the Chippewa River.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2877 (Hackbarth) Iron Range off-highway vehicle recreation area addition in St Louis County provided and previous appropriation availability extended.
SF2655 (Paulsen) Insurance tax laws recodified, civil and criminal penalties imposed, and money appropriated.
SF2795 (Mares) State investments regulated; and medical education endowment fund, and tobacco use prevention and local public health endowment fund investment options modified.
SF3307 (Holberg) Claims against the state limited relating to losses involving the operation of a recreational vehicle on a trunk highway right-of-way.
SF2514 (Howes) Yellow perch temporary daily and possession limits established on inland waters.
SF2783 (Seifert, J) Secretary of State fees and annual corporate registrations regulated, digital signature technical changes provided, and specified nonprofits extended.
SF2456 (Anderson, B) Wright County ditch conveyance to St Michael and Albertville authorized.
SF3154 (Broecker) Criminal and juvenile justice database access authorized for criminal defense purposes.
SF2968 (Olson) Lake improvement district provisions modified.
Runs 2 Hrs., 10 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 3
Wednesday, April 5 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY cont.
SF884 (Harder) Reduced marriage license fee provided for couples who obtain premarital counseling and dissolution proceedings filing fee increased.
SF1870 (Haas) Motor vehicle fuel franchises and marketing agreements regulated.
SF11 (Bishop) Domestic abuse victim civil cause of action six-year statute of limitations provided and Ramsey County joint domestic abuse prosecution unit pilot project authorized.
SF3036 (Haas) Seizure and administrative forfeiture of firearms and abandoned property provided, trespass citation authority and vehicle forfeiture provisions modified, game and fish gross violations assessed, and civil penalties imposed.
HF3213 (Ozment) Heritage forest areas established in specified counties, timber provisions modified, and recreational area public use rules modified.
SF1495 (Pawlenty) Uniform commercial code secured transactions provisions adopted and revised article 9 provided.
SF3178 (Hilty) Commissioner of public safety rule authority continued, grants awarded, private detectives and protective agents board members per diem and training program rules modified, and battered women and domestic abuse provisions modified.
HF3642 (Huntley) Medical education program funds application and distribution provisions modified.
HF3465 (Larsen, P) Threats to harm school official provided criminal penalties.
SF3195 (Swenson) Dairy product adulteration penalties modified.
SF3150 (Tuma) Higher education facilities authority bonding authority increased.
SF3626 (Wilkin) Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association (MCHA) eligibility and coverage modified, and premium rates study required.
SF173 (Tunheim) Possession of wild animals taken on the Red Lake Indian reservation north of the 49th parallel authorized.
SF2848 (Rostberg) Supervisory or confidential emergency medical services employees or 911 system dispatchers representation by the same exclusive representatives as non-supervisory and confidential employees authorized.
SF3291 (Dawkins) Motor vehicles towed at request of law enforcement; extent of lien clarified; and notice provided to owner for towing, sale, and right to reclaim.
HF3839 (Goodno) Health care administrative simplification act modified, unlicensed complementary and alternative health care practitioners regulated, specified health occupations modified, civil penalties provided, and report required.
SF619 (Paulsen) Collection agencies regulated and out-of-state agency licensure exemption provided.
SF1048 (Jennings) Public utility commissioners ex parte communication regulated.
SF1048 was re-referred back to committee.
SF1896 (Boudreau) Medical assistance money recovery and erroneous vendor payment sanctions provided, estates subject to claims and liens probate provisions modified, and day services programs funding transfer recommendations developed.
SF2484 (Tomassoni) Motor vehicles required to be driven in the right-hand lane.
SF2473 (Biernat) Sole physical custody of a child modification standards altered.
SF3108 (Anderson, B) Local and state correctional facility inmate telephone access regulated, and criminal penalties imposed.
HF3516 (McCollum) Natural resources provisions modified.
HF3488 (Van Dellen) Private attorney retention sunshine act adopted authorizing state agencies to employ private counsel.
SF3116 (Holberg) Creditors' garnishments, executions, and levies regulated; forms revised; notification provided; attorneys' execution levies increased; and technical changes provided.
The House went into recess.
Runs 6 Hrs., 14 min.

House Floor Session - Part 3 of 3
Wednesday, April 5 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY cont.
SF3410 (Boudreau) Child neglect definition modified and child exposed to domestic violence defined.
SF3138 (Anderson, B) Veterans affairs commissioner duties technical changes provided, agent orange information and assistance program expanded, and combat wounded veterans plaque placed in capital grounds court of honor.
SF3160 (Jennings) DWI; ignition interlock program extended and provisions clarified.
SF2794 (Biernat) Expedited child support process provisions modified.
SF3018 (Luther) Standby and alternate custodians of children designation provided.
SF3082 (Swapinski) Duluth human rights commission additional powers authorized or new commission established.
SF2737 (Luther) Drivers' license applicants authorized to make a donation for public education and information on anatomical gifts.
HF2833 (McGuire) Specified student behavioral data disclosed to the juvenile justice system, disposition orders shared with school officials and law enforcement, and juveniles on probation data sharing provided.
SF3346 (Pawlenty) Electronic filing of real estate documents task force established and report to the legislature required.
SF3387 (Goodno) Abortion informed consent required, civil remedies provided, and money appropriated.
Runs 4 Hrs., 59 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 3
Tuesday, April 4 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS.
SF2397 (Ozment) OSHA; occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens through sharps injury reduction standards established.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2951 (Larsen, P) Alternative dispute resolution process use clarified, office of strategic and long-range planning temporarily exempt from adopting boundary adjustment procedure rules, and report required.
SF2850 (Solberg) Itasca county medical assistance prepayment demonstration project participation extended.
SF3354 (Lindner) Manufactured homes limited dealer license requirements clarified.
SF3002 (Swenson) State park additions and deletions provided, and Soudan underground mine park boathouse lot leases extended.
SF2742 (Biernat) Child support hearing notice to remove filing period modified, medical support statutes studied, and specified requirements repealed.
HF2610 (Boudreau) Criminal vehicular operation definition expanded.
SF3455 (Stanek) Financial institutions provided limited liability for information furnished for investigative purposes, stolen and counterfeit check criminal penalties provided, and racketeering expanded.
SF3423 (Abrams) Holocaust victims insurance relief assistance provided by the commissioner of commerce.
SF2989 (Gleason) Chief administrative law judge authorized to establish a judge training system; and compensation, administrative law, and chief administrative law judges ethical standards provided.
SF3701 (Leppik) State designer selection board membership expanded; and designers designated for University of Minnesota, and state colleges and universities projects.
SF551 (Fuller) Domestic abuse orders for protection and enforcement procedure modifications, enhanced criminal penalties, cash bail increases, and admissible evidence clarifications provided.
SF3478 (Kuisle) Rochester firefighter probationary period rules modified.
SF3566 (Entenza) Failure to pay over sales tax on motor vehicles collected from a purchaser provided criminal penalties.
SF3234 (Seifert, M) Governmental operations committees authorized to formally object to rules, rule review and repeal provided, rules task force created, and teacher preparation programs report required.
SF2725 (Bishop) Children in need of protection representation by public defenders and court-appointed counsel limited to minors age 10 and older.
HF3901 (Storm) Housing finance agency community rehabilitation grants and loans authorized to for-profit organizations, and third-party interest rate exchange agreements authorized.
SF2949 (Boudreau) Big Woods heritage forest established through specified county board resolutions.
SF1126 (Pawlenty) Economic loss arising from the sale of goods provisions established related to the uniform commercial code.
SF2870 (Davids) Financial institution loan charges and payments modified, foundation loan portfolio pilot project established, Canon Falls detached banking facility regulated, and money appropriated.
SF2858 (Holberg) Sexually dangerous or psychopathic committed persons transfer to correctional facilities provisions modified, and sex offender management report addressing sentencing practices and oversight group establishment required.
SF2789 (Wilkin) Coroner, deputy coroner, coroner's investigator, and medical examiner compensation provisions clarified.
Runs 7 Hrs., 14 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 3
Tuesday, April 4 2000 - Archive Video
SF3290 (Osthoff) Environmental response and liability agreement grants provided, and Western Lake Superior sanitary district landfill cleanup eligibility extended.
SF2547 (Rhodes) Capitol area site selected for installation of memorial to Minnesota firefighters and combat wounded veterans honorary plaque placed on the capitol grounds.
SF2987 (Westrom) Cooperative income financing and distribution provisions modified.
SF1038 (Howes) Occupational therapist and assistant licensing requirements established.
HF3278 (Abeler) Congregate housing services project administration modified.
HF3481 (Gunther) Housing and redevelopment authority membership modified, per diem limit increased, and Washington county redevelopment authority membership increased.
HF3501 (Holberg) Omnibus data classification, access, and privacy bill.
SF2723 (Dawkins) Trustee petition for court order appeal periods consistency provided and uniform probate code provisions modified.
SF76 (Entenza) DWI; vehicle forfeiture proceedings held at the same time as implied consent hearings requirement eliminated.
The House went into recess.
Runs 1 Hr., 5 min.

House Floor Session - Part 3 of 3
Tuesday, April 4 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY cont.
HF3497 (Tuma) State of Minnesota attorney fees recovery regulated and fee application procedures established.
SF83 (Ozment) Wetland regulation simplified and consolidated.
SF2500 (Luther) Registered combined charitable organization definition modified.
SF3428 (Mulder) Psychologist supervisory and disciplinary requirements modified.
SF3198 (Bradley) Nursing facilities closure plans and medical assistance cost savings reallocation process established, and budget neutrality required.
SF2785 (Workman) Utility-owned and recycling vehicles exempted from specified weight restrictions.
SF3533 (Ozment) Inmate injury claims against the state payments provided and money appropriated.
SF1288 (Holsten) Game and fish provisions modified, state land inventory required, and money appropriated.
SF3348 (Juhnke) Organization sponsored potluck event requirements modified.
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.
MOTION TO OVERRIDE VETO OF GOVERNOR.
HF2809 (Howes) Ah-Gwah-Ching nursing center admissions criteria clarified, and center required to provide information on and promote geriatric rapid assessment stabilization program.
The motion prevailed 125-5.
Runs 3 Hrs., 44 min.

House Floor Session
Monday, April 3 2000 - Archive Video
Prayer was offered by John Gordon, the Voice of the Minnesota Twins.
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF2803 (Smith) Court reporters allowed to organize under the public employment labor relations act.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2796 (Mares) Public pension plan provisions modified.
This bill was temporarily laid over.
MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS.
Resolution #19: A house resolution honoring the Minnesota Twins on the occasion of their 40th season home opener on April 3, 2000.
SF2796 (Mares) Public pension plan provisions modified.
SF2767 (Luther) Clean health care services claims prompt payment required of health plan companies and third-party administrators.
The bill was temporarily laid over.
SF2499 (Mulder) Speech language pathology and audiology services medical assistance reimbursement requirements clarified.
HF3331 (Howes) Prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault director position, and interagency task force created; and powers and duties specified.
SF3203 (Davids) National association of insurance commissioners model legislation conforming state statute changes provided.
SF3379 (Rostberg) Omnibus tax-forfeited land bill.
SF2767 (Luther) Clean health care services claims prompt payment required of health plan companies and third-party administrators.
Runs 3 Hrs., 39 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Thursday, March 30 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRANCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF2656 (Wolf) Auto glass repair and replacement regulated, and rebates and incentives limited.
HF3122 (Abeler) Medical assistance, general assistance, MinnesotaCare, and other health care program provisions modified.
HF3510 (Holsten) Lifetime resident angling, small game hunting, firearms deer, and sporting licenses issued; taking two deer in specified counties authorized; and money appropriated.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2803 (Tuma) Certified public accountant licensing requirements modified and voluntary registration with the board of accountancy provided.
SF3169 (Dawkins) Parenting plans and parenting time provided, and physical custody modification standards and terminology modified.
SF3259 (Bradley) State energy code rules continuation provided, requirements modified, and report required.
SF2683 (Hackbarth) Archery bows used for bowfishing exempt from casing requirement and crossbow disability permit provisions modified.
Runs 2 Hrs., 20 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Thursday, March 30 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF3272 (Bradley) Bleacher safety building code requirements modified.
SF3554 (Wolf) Nonprofit organization reemployment compensation provisions modified and name changed to unemployment insurance program.
HF3692 (Kuisle) Feedlot permit provisions modified, manure applicator education and training requirements specified, small feedlot upgrade requirements moratorium provided, administrative penalty order requirements expanded, and report required.
SF624 (Ozment) Firefighter training and education board created.
MOTIONS AND RESOULTIONS.
House Resolution #20: A house resolution recognizing April 1 to 8, 2000, as Lyme Disease Awareness Week in Minnesota.
House Resolution #18: A house resolution congratulating Samantha Redden and Katie Dick for their heroic acts.
Runs 2 Hrs., 42 min.

House Floor Session
Wednesday, March 29 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF3169 (Gerlach) Dakota county personnel board of appeals, and housing and redevelopment authority organization and procedures modified.
HF2670 (Bradley) One-time family support grants and community-based waivered services simultaneous receipt authorized for eligible individuals, and family support grant maximum specified.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2828 (Osskopp) Gambling regulated, specified activities prohibited, shipment of gambling devices regulated, and criminal penalties provided.
SF2676 (Broecker) Local government authorization to petition to amend or repeal rules sunset delayed.
SF3412 (Paulsen) State fund mutual insurance company involvement with the state repealed.
SF3260 (Daggett) Aquatic farm licensing requirements modified.
SF2653 (Haake) Internet state agency grant information required and uniform application developed.
SF2546 (Howes) Inland water sunken logs recovery provided.
SF2511 (Workman) Public and private property entry authorized for the purposes of examinations and surveys, and town cartway costs recovered.
SF3025 (Mariani) Foster care agency and provider additional requirements provided for care of persons who rely on medical equipment to sustain life or monitor a medical condition provided.
HF2826 (Seifert, M) Minnesota election law procedures clarified and conforming changes made.
Runs 4 Hrs., 30 min.

House Floor Session
Tuesday, March 28 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
HF2731 (Davids) Motor vehicle manufacturers, distributors, and factory branches unfair practices regulated.
SF2363 (Larsen, P) Dental benefit plans regulated.
SF2444 (Cassell) Stearns County land conveyance authorized.
SF2905 (Kuisle) Uniform municipal contracting law; specified dollar limits increased, cooperative purchasing exemption provided, county credit card purchases authorized, and county employees unauthorized credit card purchases personal liability provided.
SF2894 (Dorman) OSHA; discrimination complaint communications classified as privileged.
SF1733 (Carruthers) Civil third-party liability imposed for damages caused by intoxicated persons under age 21, subrogation claims denied, and homeowner's insurance coverage exclusion provided.
SF2510 (Smith) Common interest ownership communities and redemption of realty technical changes provided, and procedural requirements modified.
SF3005 (Sykora) Excluded adult foster care provider right to seek licensure established, tribal licensing agencies provided access to criminal history, and background study requirements modified.
SF3369 (Ozment) Special purpose watershed districts with environmental responsibilities grants provided, restructuring pilot projects authorized, and board of government innovation and cooperation pilot project grants provided.
SF3055 (Abeler) Health plan network shadow contracting regulations expanded and impact study required.
SF3283 (Westerberg) Snowmobile metal traction device sticker requirement civil enforcement provided.
Runs 2 Hrs., 58 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Monday, March 27 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
HF1590 (Mahoney) Warrant authority of alcohol and gambling agents clarified.
FISCAL CALENDAR.
HF4127 (Abrams) Omnibus tax bill and money appropriated.
Runs 5 Hrs., 58 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Monday, March 27 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF2688 (Broecker) Omnibus crime prevention and judiciary finance bill.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF3023 (Workman) Motor vehicle registration and titling provisions, and interstate commercial vehicle registration modified; federal regulations conformity provided; recreational vehicle combinations extended; and school bus stop signal activation modified.
The bill was temporary laid over and passed later that day.
SF2896 (Nornes) Nursing home survey process procedure developed, nursing homes authorized to employ resident assistants, and studies and reports required.
SF2748 (Fuller) Ambulance service and emergency medical technician (EMT) requirements modified.
SF2734 (Tingelstad) Home care and personal care provider transportation expense reimbursement studied.
SF2868 (Nornes) New medical assistance case-mix system based on federal minimum data set transition time lines provided; and education, training, and report required.
SF2348 (McCollum) POW/MIA; President and Congress memorialized to take necessary action to obtain the release of American prisoners in North Korea, China, Russia, and Vietnam.
SF2634 (Greiling) Civil commitment relative notification provided and minor voluntary treatment consent provisions modified.
HF2506 (Hackbarth) Blaze orange requirements modified.
HF3576 (Osskopp) Solid waste and wastewater treatment facilities reporting requirements modified, toxics in packaging exemption period extended, and report required.
SF3549 (Wilkin) Residential hospice program requirements modified.
SF2941 (Abeler) Vulnerable adult neglect and medical error provisions modified, and health licensing boards required to make employment disqualification determinations.
Runs 2 Hrs., 57 min.

House Floor Session
Friday, March 24 2000 - Archive Video
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
SF2569 (Haas) Vicarious liability insurance coverage for punitive and exemplary damages authorized, and fraternal benefit society board member terms regulated.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF3145 (Sykora) Minnetonka official newspaper designation for publication of public proceedings and notices provided.
SF2326 (Mares) Monarch designated as the state butterfly.
SF3581 (Paulsen) Omnibus liquor bill.
HF3505 (Davids) Commerce department regulations provided.
HF3409 (Bradley) Persons with disabilities continuing care services provisions modified.
HF2940 (Workman) Drycleaner environmental response and reimbursement law modified.
SF2397 (Ozment) OSHA; occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens through sharps injury reduction standards established.
Runs 2 Hrs., 2 min.

House Floor Session
Thursday, March 23 2000 - Archive Video
FISCAL CALENDAR.
HF4078 (Knoblach) Omnibus bonding bill providing public improvements of a capital nature, bond issuance authorized, and money appropriated.
CALENDAR OF THE DAY.
HF3708 (Jennings) Kondirator; municipalities required to issue building permits once special permits have been issued and environmental assessment worksheets have been completed.
SF3586 (Gerlach) Lighted fishing lures authorized.
SF2193 (Daggett) Wood sale contracts regulated.
Runs 5 Hrs., 49 min.

House Floor Session
Wednesday, March 22 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF3053 (Workman) Collector vehicles authorized to display a blue light as part of rear brakes.
HF3196 (Osskopp) Nursing facility employee pension benefit costs treated as public employee retirement association (PERA) contributions and nursing home administrator option expanded.
HF3421 (Bakk) Electric cooperative's election to be regulated petition and balloting provisions modified.
HF3047 (Kuisle) Title insurance mortgage release certificate language modified to include assignment of rents and profits, and common interest ownership resale disclosure certificate requirements modified.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2652 (Wolf) Minnesota power plant siting act exemption modified for electric power generating plants.
SF2756 (Stang) Contiguous city or town annexation to a city or town contiguous to a hospital district authorized.
SF3097 (Stanek) Department of corrections fugitive apprehension unit created.
HF2656 (Wolf) Auto glass repair and replacement regulated, and rebates and incentives limited.
SF3161 (Mulder) Health care purchasing alliances modified.
SF2579 (Howes) Prescription drug discounts regulated and remedies provided.
HF3209 (Seifert, J) Health care cost containment major commitment expenditure report requirements modified.
SF3253 (Tingelstad) Special transportation services medical assistance reimbursement study required.
SF2691 (Boudreau) State building energy code authority transferred to commissioner of administration.
SF2365 (Abeler) Physician assistant supervisory requirement modified for rendering care in disaster situations, medical assistance coverage clarified, and physician assistant advisory council terms limited.
HF3122 (Abeler) Medical assistance, general assistance, MinnesotaCare, and other health care program provisions modified.
SF2946 (Dorman) Gasoline blended with the oxygenate sale limited.
SF3330 (Westerberg) Corrections provisions modified and money appropriated.
SF2821 (Rest) Charitable organization annual report filing requirements modified.
HF3312 (Finseth) Agricultural policy provisions modified.
Runs 4 Hrs., 14 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 3
Tuesday, March 21 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF3222 (Rhodes) Health-related boards reporting requirements modified, health professionals services program committee membership requirements modified, and diversion program authorized.
HF3332 (Swenson) Dairy research and promotion council alternative term expiration dates authorized.
HF3433 (Osthoff) St Paul port authority recreation facilities and purposes, powers and jurisdiction provisions modified.
HF3633 (Rhodes) Mighty eighth air force week designated.
SUSPENSION OF RULES.
SF3286 (Ness) Profile of learning modified.
Runs 1 Hr., 50 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 3
Tuesday, March 21 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
SF2813 (Anderson, B) State vehicle identification requirements modified.
SF2615 (Koskinen) Persons leaving unharmed newborns at hospital emergency rooms not prosecuted, hospital duties specified, liability immunity provided, and relative search limited.
FISCAL CALENDAR.
HF2891 (Molnau) Omnibus transportation appropriations bill.
Runs 4 Hrs., 43 min.

House Floor Session - Part 3 of 3
Tuesday, March 21 2000 - Archive Video
FISCAL CALENDAR.
HF3800 (Seagren) Omnibus K-12 policy and supplemental appropriations bill.
Runs 4 Hrs., 33 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Monday, March 20 2000 - Archive Video
FISCAL CALENDAR.
HF2699 (Goodno) Omnibus health and human services, agriculture, environment and natural resources, criminal justice, economic development, and state government appropriations bill.
The House went into recess.
Runs 4 Hrs., 53 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Monday, March 20 2000 - Archive Video
FISCAL CALENDAR.
Continuing discussion of HF2699 (Goodno).
CALENDAR OF THE DAY.
HF2563 (Storm) Mechanics' lien civil cause of action created, attorney fees authorized, proceeds execution exemption provided, and criminal penalties imposed.
HF3534 (Harder) Agricultural contract requirements and enforcement procedures modified.
Runs 8 Hrs., 15 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Thursday, March 16 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF2873 (Hackbarth) County recorder instrument processing and Anoka County department head time requirements clarified.
HF1415 (Finseth) Gray wolf management provided and criminal penalties imposed.
The House recessed for a brief program to celebrate St Patrick's Day.
FISCAL CALENDAR.
HF2688 (Broecker) Omnibus crime prevention and judiciary finance bill.
Runs 3 Hrs., 8 min.

House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Thursday, March 16 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
HF3618 (Ness) Profile of learning statewide accountability and district autonomy balance provided, graduation rule independently developed, content standards reduced, and North Star standard alternative provided.
The bill was amended then laid on the table.
Runs 2 Hrs., 47 min.

House Floor Session
Wednesday, March 15 2000 - Archive Video
MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
CONCURRENCE TO SENATE AMENDMENTS.
HF979 (Lindner) Landlords authorized to apportion utility payments among units.
HF1865 (Pawlenty) Nursing mothers needs study by the supreme court jury reform task force required.
HF2815 (Carruthers) Hennepin county district court fine proceeds distribution modified.
CONSENT CALENDAR.
SF2776 (Jaros) St Louis County nursing home renovation approval deadline extended and rate setting modified.
SF3355 (Jaros) Port authority electronic funds disbursement authorized.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
HF2809 (Howes) Ah-Gwah-Ching nursing center admissions criteria clarified, and center required to provide information on and promote geriatric rapid assessment stabilization program.
Runs 1 Hr., 6 min.

House Floor Session
Monday, March 13 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
SF2485 (Broecker) Carisoprodol schedule IV controlled substance listing effective date delayed.
HF3109 (Entenza) Uniform electronic transactions act adopted.
HF3332 (Swenson) Dairy research and promotion council alternative term expiration dates authorized.
HF3053 (Workman) Collector vehicles authorized to display a blue light as part of rear brakes.
HF3196 (Osskopp) Nursing facility employee pension benefit costs treated as public employee retirement association (PERA) contributions and nursing home administrator option expanded.
HF2505 (Leppik) State park permits effective for a 12-month period.
HF3433 (Osthoff) St.
Paul port authority recreation facilities and purposes, powers and jurisdiction provisions modified.
HF3557 (Krinkie) State government, human services, and preK-12 education code appropriation provisions corrected; and money appropriated.
HF2598 (Abeler) School districts allowed to dispose of surplus computers.
HF3222 (Rhodes) Health-related boards reporting requirements modified, health professionals services program committee membership requirements modified, and diversion program authorized.
HF3421 (Bakk) Electric cooperative's election to be regulated petition and balloting provisions modified.
HF3766 (Skoglund) Pawnbrokers providing electronic transaction records to law enforcement agencies required to use most current version of the interchange file specification format.
SF2465 (Jaros) Political party treasurers authorized to sign political contribution refund receipt forms.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2569 (Haas) Vicarious liability insurance coverage for punitive and exemplary damages authorized, and fraternal benefit society board member terms regulated.
HF3020 (Bradley) Long-term care provisions modified.
HF2719 (Lieder) Rental automobile insurance coverage regulated.
SF2692 (Goodno) Business corporation and limited liability company shareholder and member rights regulated, director and governor conflicts of interest notification clarified, and share purchasing and contribution allowance agreements regulated.
HF3047 (Kuisle) Title insurance mortgage release certificate language modified to include assignment of rents and profits, and common interest ownership resale disclosure certificate requirements modified.
SF2346 (Hackbarth) Disabled hunters use of motorized vehicles authorized in wildlife management areas, permits modified, and criminal penalties imposed.
HF3169 (Gerlach) Dakota county personnel board of appeals, and housing and redevelopment authority organization and procedures modified.
HF3510 (Holsten) Lifetime resident angling, small game hunting, firearms deer, and sporting licenses issued; taking two deer in specified counties authorized; and money appropriated.
HF2803 (Smith) Court reporters allowed to organize under the public employment labor relations act.
HF2838 (Daggett) Percentage of moose licenses selected from previously unsuccessful applicants.
HF3229 (Abrams) Hennepin county obligations payment by electronic transfer or credit card provided.
HF3436 (Seifert, M) State board of teaching institution and teacher preparation program rules input provided, and teacher candidates skills examinations report required.
HF3113 (Goodno) Pharmacies permitted an additional nationally certified pharmacy technician.
HF2927 (Tuma) Metropolitan intercounty association group insurance protection authorized.
HF1590 (Mahoney) Warrant authority of alcohol and gambling agents clarified.
Runs 2 Hrs., 28 min.

House Floor Session
Thursday, March 9 2000 - Archive Video
Runs 1 Hr., 55 min.

House Floor Session
Wednesday, March 8 2000 - Archive Video
Runs 16 minutes

House Floor Session
Monday, March 6 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2554 (Daggett) Wadena county provided a one-time penalty exemption to truth-in-taxation requirements.
Runs 30 minutes

House Floor Session
Thursday, March 2 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
HF3633 (Rhodes) Mighty eighth air force week designated.
MOTIONS AND RESOLUIONS.
House Resolution #16 (Krinkie) A house resolution giving consent to certain persons to pursue a legal action during the legislative session.
Runs 1 Hour

House Floor Session
Wednesday, March 1 2000 - Archive Video
Runs 20 minutes

House Floor Session
Monday, February 28 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
HF3164 (Larsen, P) Washington County housing and redevelopment authority membership increased.
HF3236 (Mulder) Vital record certified copy issuance provisions modified.
HF3338 (Holberg) Scott County board authorized to reorganize and delegate duties.
Runs 49 minutes

House Floor Session
Thursday, February 24 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
SF2411 (Anderson, I) Northern Itasca hospital district hospital board membership modified.
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.
HF2067 (Westerberg) Extended jurisdiction juvenile offenders in violation of stayed sentences prohibited from receiving time served credit.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
SF2320 (Hasskamp) Township of Lake Edwards name changed to the township of Lake Edward.
HF3132 (Storm) Security deposit interest rates provided.
SF86 (Seagren) K-12 education technical changes provided.
Runs 51 minutes

House Floor Session
Wednesday, February 23 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
HF2190 (Olson) School site decision-making team composition modified.
HF3156 (Workman) Trunk highway #390 on interstate highway I-35 designated and marked as 34th infantry (Red Bull) division highway.
Discussion of the Permanent Rules of the House.
Runs 3 Hrs., 6 min.

House Floor Session
Monday, February 21 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
HF2502 (Wenzel) Trunk highway #371 portion known as the Brainerd bypass designated as C Elmer Anderson memorial highway.
HF2535 (Sykora) Shorewood authorized to establish wards and elect city council members by wards.
HF2722 (Tunheim) Kittson county granted the authority to dissolve a town with less than five full-time residents.
HF2824 (Haas) Collector motor vehicle license plates provisions modified.
HF2873 (Hackbarth) County recorder instrument processing and Anoka county department head time requirements clarified.
HF2641 (Fuller) Independent school district #316, Greenway-Coleraine, school bank pilot project authorized and school bank pilot project made permanent.
HF2723 (Ness) McLeod county authority to temporarily office in Glencoe township extended.
HF2836 (Rostberg) National guard and organized militia membership eligibility clarified.
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
HF3003 (Stanek) Department of corrections fugitive apprehension unit created.
HF2451 (Davids) Legislative electric energy task force expiration date extended and telephone company property depreciation provisions modified.
Runs 54 minutes

House Floor Session
Thursday, February 17 2000 - Archive Video
CALENDAR FOR THE DAY.
HF2720 (Kielkucki) State test of the basic requirement for written composition responses returned to students; future use of the January, 26, 2000, written test prompt prohibited; and school districts prohibited from implementing the profile of learning.
House Resolution #14: A house resolution recognizing February 13 to 19 as Career and Technical Education Week in Minnesota.
Runs 1 Hr., 35 min.

House Floor Session
Wednesday, February 16 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
HF2642 (Rhodes) Bond requirement waivers provided for eligible job search firms that were formerly licensed employment agencies.
HF2888 (Peterson) Canoe and boating route marking authorized on a portion of the Chippewa River.
Runs 60 minutes

House Floor Session
Monday, February 14 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
SF2763 (Haas) A bill for an act relating to game and fish; modifying certain angling seasons.
HF2686 (Wolf) Legislative electric energy task force sunset extended.
HF2815 (Carruthers) Hennepin county district court fine proceeds distribution modified.
Runs 45 minutes

House Floor Session
Thursday, February 10 2000 - Archive Video
CONSENT CALENDAR.
HF2670 (Bradley) A bill for an act relating to human services; allowing certain individuals to simultaneously receive a one-time family support grant and community-based waivered services; setting a maximum for family support grants; amending Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 252.32, subdivisions 1a and 3.
HF2671 (Bradley) A bill for an act relating to human services; mental retardation protection; requiring legislative recommendations.
Runs 31 minutes

House Floor Session - Willard Munger Memorial
Monday, February 7 2000 - Archive Video
House met in Session.
During the recess the members of the House honored Willard Munger, former House member from District 7A, who passed away on July 11, 1999.
Runs 48 minutes

House Floor Session
Thursday, February 3 2000 - Archive Video
Runs 58 minutes

House Floor Session
Tuesday, February 1 2000 - Archive Video
Discussion of the Permanent Rules of the House.
Runs 1 Hr., 24 min.

House Floor Session - Part 1 of 4
Monday, May 17 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 4
Monday, May 17 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 3 of 4
Monday, May 17 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 4 of 4
Monday, May 17 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 4
Saturday, May 15 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 4
Saturday, May 15 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 3 of 4
Saturday, May 15 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 4 of 4
Saturday, May 15 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Friday, May 14 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Friday, May 14 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Thursday, May 13 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Thursday, May 13 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, May 12 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, May 11 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Monday, May 10 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Monday, May 10 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Friday, May 7 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, May 6 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, May 5 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, May 4 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Monday, May 3 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Monday, May 3 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, April 29 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Wednesday, April 28 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Wednesday, April 28 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, April 27 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, April 26 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Thursday, April 22 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Thursday, April 22 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, April 21 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, April 20 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, April 19 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Friday, April 16 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, April 15 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, April 14 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, April 13 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, April 12 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Thursday, April 8 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Thursday, April 8 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, April 6 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, March 31 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, March 30 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, March 29 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 3
Monday, March 29 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 3
Monday, March 29 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 3 of 3
Monday, March 29 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, March 25 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, March 24 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, March 22 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, March 18 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, March 15 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Thursday, March 11 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Thursday, March 11 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Wednesday, March 10 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Wednesday, March 10 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, March 8 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, March 4 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, March 2 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, March 1 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, February 25 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, February 22 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 1 of 2
Thursday, February 18 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session - Part 2 of 2
Thursday, February 18 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, February 15 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, February 11 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, February 10 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, February 8 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, February 4 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, February 3 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, February 2 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, February 1 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, February 1 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, January 28 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Wednesday, January 27 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, January 25 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, January 21 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, January 19 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, January 14 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Monday, January 11 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Thursday, January 7 1999 - Archive Video
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House Floor Session
Tuesday, January 5 1999 - Archive Video
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