HF2722, HF 2151, and HF2288 are pending re-referral
The first two bills on the agenda, HF29 & HF1226, were re-referred to the committee from the General Register. The committee's intention is to re-refer these bills back to the General Register.
HF 2151 will have an amendment to be posted.
(Simon) - Paternity and maternity determination; assisted reproduction provisions modified.
(Cornish) - Prosecuting attorney or judge assault or death; enhanced penalties provided.
(Johnson) - Neuroleptic medication administration to persons subject to civil commitment provisions modified, and pilot program established.
(Kieffer) - Repeat criminal sexual conduct offenders penalties enhanced.
(Mahoney) - Custody and parenting time provisions changes made.
(Atkins) - Law enforcement required to secure a court order in order to receive cell phone tracking data.
(Mullery) - Residential lease violation duty to mitigate damages created.
(Carlson) - Public Employment Relations Board created, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
(Liebling) - Health definitions modified and added; Pharmacy Board powers, duties, and business regulation licensing, and immunization participation requirements changed; compounding requirements clarified; legend drug purchase allowed by educational institutions; drug handling in preparation for emergency use allowed; drug manufacturers payment reporting clarified; and substances added to the controlled substances schedules.
(Laine) - Campaign finance board duties modified, rulemaking required, online electronic records systems authorized, board authorized to request reconciliation information, penalties authorized, definitions and fee amounts modified, reporting and filing requirements modified, various technical and clarifying changes made, data classifications provided, and statements of economic interest modified.
(Simonson) - Pharmacy Board cease and desist authority granted to prevent the sale of synthetic drugs, misbranded or adulterated drug laws modified, definition expanded, emergency drug scheduling authority sunset and legislative reporting requirement repealed, mandatory restitution provided, public education plan established, and money appropriated.
(Johnson) - Judicial districts required to establish minimum standards as a condition to using GPS to monitor domestic abuse offenders, and victim and defendant location data protected.
(Rosenthal) - Collision requirements clarified, and terminology change made.
(Rosenthal) - Probable cause arrests clarified for violations of protection, restraining, and no contact orders; and time limit modified for probable cause arrests for domestic abuse.
(Lesch) - Expert review certification time limits adjusted because of recent amendments to the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure.
(Hortman) - Small servicer definition amended relating to mortgages, and Foreclosure Curative Act clarified.
(Hilstrom) - Court reporter provisions modified.
(Hilstrom) - District judge disposition monthly review authorized for compliance with 90-day disposition requirement.
(Schoen) - Drug overdose prevention and medical assistance provided, and liability limited.