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

Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

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

8:00 a.m. - House programming

8:15 a.m. - (live) House Education Innovation Policy Committee
Agenda:
HF1107 (Erickson) District procedures to apply for grants clarified.
HF140 (Erickson) Teacher licensure system restructuring planning required.
* Bills may be added.

10:15 a.m. - (live) House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF817 (Loonan) Point-of-sale terminals, gas pump dispenser, and automated teller machine interference crime established.
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.
HF329 (Rarick) Fireworks manufacture, sale, and use regulated; portion of revenues from sale of fireworks dedicated to public safety purposes, and new account in the state treasury provided.
HF916 (Hilstrom) Law enforcement required to maintain collection boxes for disposal of noncontrolled substances and pharmaceutical controlled substances.

1:00 p.m. - (live) Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy
Agenda:
Board of Public Defense Budget Presentation
S.F. 1031 (Relph) Corrections claims expansion to include injury or death of a person working to pay court ordered fees and jail fees and injury or death of a person on a sentence to service work crew.
S.F. 1030 (Ingebrigtsen) Sheriff expense to transport convicted or adjudicated persons reimbursement processing time reduction.

3:00 p.m. - (live) Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Finance and Policy
Agenda:
S.F. 815 (Nelson) Medical faculty license permanency.
S.F. 482 (Nelson) Health licensing title protection and grounds for disciplinary action clarification and technical changes.
S.F. 93 (Hayden) Community medical response emergency medical technician services criteria modification.
S.F. 428 (Relph) Ambulance services medical assistance (MA) rate increase scope expansion.
S.F. 663 (Relph) Safe Harbor for All; sex trafficking victims strategic plan, report requirement and appropriation.
S.F. 531 (Gazelka) Child sex trafficking prevention director duties modification; forfeited money transfer from public safety department to health department authorization; shelter services for sexually exploited youth and youth at risk of sexual exploitation appropriation.

Following - (delayed broadcast) Senate Committee on Transportation Finance and Policy
Agenda:
S.F. 210 (Senjem) Miscellaneous capital investment bonding provisions.
S.F. 291 (Frentz) Motorized bicycle owner disability plate issuance under certain circumstances establishment.
S.F. 589 (Clausen) Coates U.S. highway #52 bridge designation as Corporal Benjamin S. Kopp Bridge


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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. 763 (Jasinski) Greater Minnesota internship tax credit modification.
S.F. 139 (Clausen) Preceptor income tax credit authorization.
S.F. 687 (Senjem) Employer-provided fitness facility expenses income tax credit.
S.F. 28 (Rest) Working family income tax credit modification.
S.F. 646 (Bakk) American Indians living on reservations working family income tax credit

10:30 a.m. - (live) Senate Committee on Transportation Finance and Policy
Agrnda:
S.F. 210 (Senjem) Miscellaneous capital investment bonding provisions.
S.F. 291 (Frentz) Motorized bicycle owner disability plate issuance under certain circumstances establishment.
S.F. 589 (Clausen) Coates U.S. highway #52 bridge designation as Corporal Benjamin S. Kopp Bridge

1:00 p.m. - (live) Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy
Agenda:
Board of Public Defense Budget Presentation
S.F. 1031 (Relph) Corrections claims expansion to include injury or death of a person working to pay court ordered fees and jail fees and injury or death of a person on a sentence to service work crew.
S.F. 1030 (Ingebrigtsen) Sheriff expense to transport convicted or adjudicated persons reimbursement processing time reduction.

3:00 p.m. - (live) Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Finance and Policy
Agenda:
S.F. 815 (Nelson) Medical faculty license permanency.
S.F. 482 (Nelson) Health licensing title protection and grounds for disciplinary action clarification and technical changes.
S.F. 93 (Hayden) Community medical response emergency medical technician services criteria modification.
S.F. 428 (Relph) Ambulance services medical assistance (MA) rate increase scope expansion.
S.F. 663 (Relph) Safe Harbor for All; sex trafficking victims strategic plan, report requirement and appropriation.
S.F. 531 (Gazelka) Child sex trafficking prevention director duties modification; forfeited money transfer from public safety department to health department authorization; shelter services for sexually exploited youth and youth at risk of sexual exploitation appropriation.



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HOUSE WEBCASTS:
(HTV1)
8:15 a.m. - (live) House Education Innovation Policy Committee
Agenda:
HF1107 (Erickson) District procedures to apply for grants clarified.
HF140 (Erickson) Teacher licensure system restructuring planning required.
* Bills may be added.

* In the case the hearing is not finished during the regularly scheduled committee time, the committee will recess and reconvene in Room 5 at 5 p.m.

* A DE amendment has been posted in accordance with the amendment deadline of 3 pm the day before the committee meets.
- The DE will serve as the new language for HF140, once amended, and will mirror HF1079.
- Amendments can be drafted to HF1079.

* If you plan to testify on the DE amendment, please email Andrew Hasek - andrew.hasek@house.mn.
- Due to time constraints, the chair will be limiting testimony to 2 minutes per person.

(HTV2)
8:15 a.m. - (live) House Health and Human Services Reform Committee *
Agenda:
* Representative Baker's bills will be heard in the morning.
* Any additional bills remaining for the evening will be heard in Room 200 at the call of the chair.

HF770 (Baker) Direct injectable drug medical assistance reimbursement provisions modified.
HF1134 (Baker) Prescription drug order filling time limited for opioid drugs.
HF1135 (Baker) Dispensed prescriptions additional information required.
HF1137 (Baker) Minnesota prescription monitoring program patient review required.
HF959 (Dean) Medical faculty license made permanent.
HF345 (Zerwas) Palliative Care Advisory Committee created.
HF629 (Rarick) Claims against estates provisions under medical assistance modified.
HF630 (Rarick) Child out-of-home placement cost aid under the Indian Child Welfare Act provided, and money appropriated.
HF711 (McDonald) Federally qualified health center and rural health clinic reimbursement option provided for dual eligibles, health center subsidies provided, and money appropriated.
HF397 (Loonan) Practice of dentistry exemption created for dental students.
HF1269 (Zerwas) 340B drug identification and report process development required, alternative payment methodology for federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics established, allowable costs for change of scope of services clarified, and federally qualified health centers permitted to submit claims for payment directly to human services commissioner.
HF262 (Kiel) Alzheimer's disease working group extended.

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(HTV1)
10:15 a.m. - (live) House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF817 (Loonan) Point-of-sale terminals, gas pump dispenser, and automated teller machine interference crime established.
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.
HF329 (Rarick) Fireworks manufacture, sale, and use regulated; portion of revenues from sale of fireworks dedicated to public safety purposes, and new account in the state treasury provided.
HF916 (Hilstrom) Law enforcement required to maintain collection boxes for disposal of noncontrolled substances and pharmaceutical controlled substances.

(HTV2)
10:15 a.m. - (live) House Taxes Committee
Agenda:
HF1215 (Cornish) Madelia; construction material sales tax exemption provided, and money appropriated.
HF1275 (Smith) Vending machine sales taxation modified.
HF89 (Anderson, S.) Small business investment credit modified, definitions added, applicant business additional information required, priority businesses provided, allocation of credits modified, and credit made permanent.
HF820 (McDonald) Employer-provided fitness facility expense credit allowed.
HF1248 (Davids) Mahnomen County; health center and child welfare service grants provided, and money appropriated.

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(HTV1)
1:00 p.m. - (live) House State Government Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF314 (Anderson, S.) Districting principles for legislative and congressional plans established.
HF399 (Anderson, S.) Severance pay limits for highly compensated public employees clarified.
HF433 (Youakim) Individual income tax return free electronic filing system required, and money appropriated.

(HTV2)
1:00 p.m. - (live) House Health and Human Services Finance Committee
Agenda:
Presentation on Financial Oversight of Home- and Community-Based Services report by the Minnesota Office of the Legislative Auditor.

Copies of the report will be available Tuesday, February 21 at 9:00 a.m. at the Office of the Legislative Auditor, 140 Centennial Building, or on their website at: www.auditor.leg.state.mn.us

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(HTV1)
3:00 p.m. - (live) House Higher Education and Career Readiness Policy and Finance Committee
Agenda:
HF1369 (Urdahl) College admission and graduation programs for low-income students funding provided, and money appropriated.
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.
HF1189 (Daniels) Large animal veterinarian loan forgiveness program funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF1142 (Christensen) Concurrent enrollment provisions modified, and Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees required to establish a supplemental instruction program.
HF1067 (Bernardy) Minnesota State Colleges and Universities required to establish a program allowing secondary school teachers to earn graduate credits required to teach concurrent enrollment courses, and money appropriated.

(HTV2)
3:00 p.m. - (live) House Capital Investment Committee
Agenda:
Overview of projects included in the 2015 Special Session bonding bill. *

* Projects include the University of Minnesota, Minnesota State, Department of Natural Resources, Pollution Control Agency, Department of Transportation and the Lewis and Clark pipeline.

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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”

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