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House & Senate Broadcast Television Schedule - a list of upcoming events

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017

• Legislative television programming is produced and created by the Minnesota House of Representatives and the Minnesota Senate •

8:00 a.m. - Capitol Report - Debate on Penalties for Disruptive Protesting

8:30 a.m. - (live) Senate Committee on Taxes
Agenda:
S.F. 813 (Rosen) Local government aid (LGA) city need formulas transition modification.
S.F. 476 (Weber) Local government aid (LGA) to cities appropriation increase.
S.F. 492 (Weber) Dundee, Jeffers and Woodstock local government aid penalty forgiveness authorization and appropriation.
S.F. 600 (Johnson, M.) Oslo city aid penalty forgiveness authorization.
S.F. 582 (Bakk) Newly incorporated city base year formula aid authorization.
S.F. 615 (Bakk) Local government aid (LGA) to cities formula modification and adjustments.
S.F. 583 (Tomassoni) Local government aid (LGA) definition modification and city revenue need and certified aid adjustments authorization.
S.F. 670 (Klein) West St. Paul local government aid (LGA) temporary payment increase.

10:00 a.m. - (delayed broadcast) Portion of Senate Committee on Jobs and Economic Growth Finance and Policy from Monday
Agenda:
S.F. 758 (Ingebrigtsen) Getting to work grant pilot program creation and appropriation.
S.F. 980 (Westrom) Border-to-border broadband grant program modification and appropriation.
S.F. 234 (Simonson) Broadband grant program appropriation.

11:15 a.m. - (live) State Budget Forecast and Related Press Conferences

1:00 p.m. or following - (live or delayed broadcast) House Health and Human Services Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF713 (Miller) Statewide sex trafficking victim strategic plan and report required, and money appropriated.
HF714 (Miller) Child sex trafficking prevention director duties modified; forfeited money from public safety commissioner transferred to health commissioner; shelter, services, and other activities provided for sexually exploited youth and youth at risk of sexual exploitation; and money appropriated.
HF106 (Zerwas) Community medical response emergency medical technician service criteria modified.
HF1564 (Franson) Pregnant and parenting teen home visiting service funding provided, and money appropriated.
* If you would like to testify, please contact Shiloh Larson, Committee Legislative Assistant, at shiloh.larson@house.mn.

3:00 p.m. - (live) House Job Growth and Energy Affordability Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF1638 (West) Helmets to Hard Hats funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF792 (Theis) Townhouse definition modified.
HF705 (Garofalo) Adult workforce development initiatives in greater Minnesota funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF984 (Baker) Gasoline tax rate signage required.
HF879 (Rosenthal) Statewide education and outreach program implementation required to protect vulnerable adults, seniors, and caregivers from financial exploitation; and money appropriated.

4:45 p.m. - (delayed broadcast) Portion of House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF184 (Cornish) Predatory offense penalties increased, and predatory offender registration required.
HF470 (Cornish) Public safety motor vehicle tampering crime created, and criminal penalties established.
HF1159 (Cornish) Peace officer ability to carry firearms in private establishments clarified.
HF915 (Cornish) Corrections and Military Affairs deficiency funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF1343 (Zerwas) Pretrial filing of a transcript prerequisite for admission into evidence of law enforcement body camera recordings eliminated.
HF742 (Zerwas) Administrative and disciplinary segregation guidelines in state correctional institutions established, and report required.


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LEGISLATIVE WEBCASTS
(All times are Central Time Zone)

SENATE WEBCASTS
8:30 a.m. - (live) Senate Committee on Taxes
Agenda:
S.F. 813 (Rosen) Local government aid (LGA) city need formulas transition modification.
S.F. 476 (Weber) Local government aid (LGA) to cities appropriation increase.
S.F. 492 (Weber) Dundee, Jeffers and Woodstock local government aid penalty forgiveness authorization and appropriation.
S.F. 600 (Johnson, M.) Oslo city aid penalty forgiveness authorization.
S.F. 582 (Bakk) Newly incorporated city base year formula aid authorization.
S.F. 615 (Bakk) Local government aid (LGA) to cities formula modification and adjustments.
S.F. 583 (Tomassoni) Local government aid (LGA) definition modification and city revenue need and certified aid adjustments authorization.
S.F. 670 (Klein) West St. Paul local government aid (LGA) temporary payment increase.

11:15 a.m. - (live) State Budget Forecast and Related Press Conferences

3:00 p.m. - (live) Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Finance and Policy
Agenda:
S.F. 595 (Rosen) Human services targeted case management interactive video use authorization.
S.F. 319 (Kiffmeyer) Complex pediatric home care nursing category establishment; home care nursing services payment rate increase.
S.F. 781 (Lourey) Only Article 4 Section 63 of SF 781, the MinnesotaCare buy-in option, will be heard. Public testimony will be taken. Please contact andrea.todd-harlin@senate.mn by 10am the day of the hearing to be added to the testifiers list. Testifiers will be limited to 2 minutes.

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HOUSE WEBCASTS:
(HTV1)
8:15 a.m. - (live) House Education Innovation Policy Committee
Agenda:
HF1398 (Jessup) General education development term modified.
HF1478 (Loon) Unrequested leave of absence provisions modified.
HF547 (Fenton) Child and Adult Care Food Program administration by the Health Department provided.
HF149 (Urdahl) Minnesota school finance reform effort working group established, and money appropriated.
* If you plan to testify, please email Andrew Hasek - andrew.hasek@house.mn.
* Due to time constraints, the committee will be limiting testimony to 2 minutes per person.
* Bills may be added.
* Bills may be heard in any order.

(HTV2)
8:15 a.m. - (live) House Environment and Natural Resources Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF1292 (Fabian) Timber sales requirements modified, and requirements for outdoor recreation rules modified.
HF1581 (Cornish) Natural resource enforcement and penalty provisions modified, and criminal penalties provided.
HF1291 (Fabian) Permitting requirements modified, expedited environmental-review billing options provided, reclamation appeal provisions modified, and Environmental Quality Board eliminated and duties reassigned.
* If you want to testify, please email the committee administrator - amy.zipko@house.mn.
* Other bills may be added.

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(HTV1)
10:15 a.m. - (live) House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF184 (Cornish) Predatory offense penalties increased, and predatory offender registration required.
HF470 (Cornish) Public safety motor vehicle tampering crime created, and criminal penalties established.
HF1159 (Cornish) Peace officer ability to carry firearms in private establishments clarified.
HF915 (Cornish) Corrections and Military Affairs deficiency funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF1343 (Zerwas) Pretrial filing of a transcript prerequisite for admission into evidence of law enforcement body camera recordings eliminated.
HF742 (Zerwas) Administrative and disciplinary segregation guidelines in state correctional institutions established, and report required.

(HTV2)
10:15 a.m. - (live) House Agriculture Policy Committee
Agenda:
HF1511 (Anderson, P.) Farmer-Lender Mediation Act modified, and minimum debt amount increased.
HF1221 (Anderson, P.) Nuisance liability protection for agricultural operations modified, Farmer-Neighbor Mediation program established, and mediation for disputes with farming operations required.
HF1165 (Backer) Farmer financial eligibility conformed to the general poverty-based standard, and income limit removed.
HF199 (Anderson, P.) Adjacent landowner notification required when noxious weed presence is confirmed.
HF983 (Anderson, P.) Feeder's lien modified to clarify eligibility of those who furnish feed to a livestock producer, and livestock production input lien and temporary livestock production input lien eliminated.
HF1545 (Hamilton) Food Safety and Defense Task force extended, and animal definition modified.
Farmer-Lender Mediation Task Force Report.

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(HTV1)
1:00 p.m. - (live) House Health and Human Services Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF713 (Miller) Statewide sex trafficking victim strategic plan and report required, and money appropriated.
HF714 (Miller) Child sex trafficking prevention director duties modified; forfeited money from public safety commissioner transferred to health commissioner; shelter, services, and other activities provided for sexually exploited youth and youth at risk of sexual exploitation; and money appropriated.
HF106 (Zerwas) Community medical response emergency medical technician service criteria modified.
HF1564 (Franson) Pregnant and parenting teen home visiting service funding provided, and money appropriated.
* If you would like to testify, please contact Shiloh Larson, Committee Legislative Assistant, at shiloh.larson@house.mn.

(HTV2)
1:00 p.m. - No programming

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(HTV1)
3:00 p.m. - (live) House Job Growth and Energy Affordability Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF1638 (West) Helmets to Hard Hats funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF792 (Theis) Townhouse definition modified.
HF705 (Garofalo) Adult workforce development initiatives in greater Minnesota funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF984 (Baker) Gasoline tax rate signage required.
HF879 (Rosenthal) Statewide education and outreach program implementation required to protect vulnerable adults, seniors, and caregivers from financial exploitation; and money appropriated.

(HTV2)
3:00 p.m. - (live) House Higher Education and Career Readiness Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF868 (Jessup) Greater Minnesota internship tax credit modified.
HF1206 (Albright) Spinal Cord and Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Council modified, spinal cord and traumatic brain injury student research scholarship and education program created, and money appropriated.
HF1430 (Zerwas) State grant program parameters adjusted.
HF1222 (Nornes) Higher education provisions modified.
HF1652 (Zerwas) Minnesota State Colleges and Universities required to develop a developmental education reform proposal.
HF1575 (Omar) Summer academic enrichment program funding provided, and money appropriated.

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CHANNEL GUIDE:

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STATEWIDE ON THE MINNESOTA CHANNEL
• Twin Cities Public Television (St. Paul and Minneapolis)
Look for “tptMN”
Broadcast: Channel 2-2
Cable: Comcast channel 202 in Minneapolis and channel 243 in St. Paul; Mediacom channel 102; and Charter channel 396.
DirecTV: Channel 17-2

• WDSE (Duluth)
Look for “WDSE Minnesota Channel”
Broadcast: Duluth channel 8-4
Cable: Duluth/Superior - Charter channel 396

• WRPT (Hibbing)
Look for “WRPT Minnesota Channel”
Broadcast: Hibbing channel 31-4

• KSMQ (Austin)
Look for “KSMQ-MN Channel”
Broadcast: Channel 15-4

• Lakeland Public Television (Bemidj)
Look for “Lakeland Minnesota”
Broadcast: Bemidji channel 9-6
Cable: Lakeland - Paul Bunyan channel 175

• Lakeland Public Television (Brainerd)
Look for “Lakeland Minnesota”
Broadcast: Brainerd channel 22-6
Cable: Lakeland - Paul Bunyan channel 175

• Pioneer Public Television (Appleton)
Look for “Pioneer Minnesota”
Broadcast: Appleton channel 10-3

• Pioneer Public Television (Chandler-Worthington)
Look for “Pioneer Minnesota”
Broadcast: Chandler-Worthington channel 20-3

• Prairie Public Television (Grand Forks)
Look for “KGFE Minnesota Channel”
Broadcast: KGFE channel 2.3

• Prairie Public Television (Crookston)
Look for “KCGF Minnesota Channel”
Broadcast: KCGE channel 16-3

• Prairie Public Television (Fargo/Moorhead)
Look for “KFME Minnesota Channel”
Broadcast: KFME channel 13-3

• Other cable channels
Alexandria - channel 396
Austin - channel 396
Brainerd - channel 396
Buffalo - channel 396
Eagle Lake - channel 133
Ellendale - channel 133
Faribault - channel 133
Lake Crystal - channel 133
Little Falls - channel 396
Lowry - channel 396
Mankato - channel 133
Minnesota Lake - channel 84
New Richland - channel 133
North Mankato - channel 133
Owatonna - channel 396
Rochester - channel 396
St. Clair - channel 133
St. Cloud - channel 396

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