Bills may be taken in any order.
More bills may be added.
(Fabian) - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Citizens' Board duties modified.
(Newberger) - Transition to an all renewable energy future for Minnesota provision repealed.
(O'Driscoll) - Uniform Municipal Contracting Law; energy conservation measure definition added.
(Sanders) - Election administration provisions modified including provisions related to school boards, voters, ballots, registration, violations, absentee ballots, candidates, vacancies, recounts, filing fees, and precincts; military and overseas absentee voting provisions modified; Uniform Faithful Presidential Electors Act provided; and various technical changes made.
(Laine) - Minnesota ethnic councils governing laws revised.
(Gruenhagen) - International Medical Graduates Council created, and money appropriated.
(Peterson) - Optometrist licensing provisions changed.
(Mack) - Interstate medical licensure compact project provided.
(Mack) - MNsure; commerce commissioner required to seek federal approval, salary limit imposed, health plan approval rates specified, notification of enrollment information required, individual coverage option provided, product lines prohibited, small business health care tax credit expansion proposal required, MNsure organizational changes made, background checks required, and exemptions removed.
(Scott) - MNsure data access and transfer requirements modified.
(McNamara) - Public entity purchasing requirements modified, solid waste provisions modified, subsurface sewage treatment systems provisions modified, compensable losses due to harmful substances modified, grant eligibility modified, and rulemaking required.
(Zerwas) - Responsible contractor law provisions changed.
(Albright) - New market tax credit program established, report required, and money appropriated.
(Drazkowski) - Local referenda related to spending required to be conducted on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
(Nelson) - Political party petition signatures required to be collected in the year the petition is filed.
(Fenton) - State primary election changed from August to June, and primary elections conducted by a political subdivision date changed.
(Newberger) - Public official authority to disarm individuals at any time clarified and delimited.
(Hamilton) - Spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury research grant program created, spinal cord and traumatic brain injury advisory council established, and money appropriated.
(Hamilton) - Agriculture Research, Education, Extension, and Technology Transfer Board established; and money appropriated.
(Kiel) - Alzheimer's disease and other dementias research grant program and public awareness campaign grant program established, Alzheimer's Research Advisory Council established, reports required, and money appropriated.
(Schomacker) - Long-term care savings plan provided, and income tax subtraction for contributions made to long-term care savings plan provided.
(Runbeck) - Transitway development and finance governed, legislative authorization requirements established, and permissible use specified and uses of revenue from a metropolitan transportation area sales tax prioritized.
Presentation by the Office of the Legislative Auditor on MNsure Governance and Data Privacy.
The report can be found at the following link: http://www.auditor.leg.state.mn.us/ped/2015/mnsure.htm
After the joint hearing, Government Operations and Elections will reconvene after a short break to take up HF 18 in the Basement Hearing Room.
(Kahn) - MNsure law exemptions relating to the office of MN.IT services removed.