Pending referral to the Job Growth and Energy Affordability Committee, the Committee will also hear HF1976 (Albright) Electronic transactions modified, penalties authorized, and death or injury reporting requirements modified (pending referral from the Civil Law and Data Practices Committee).
For HF843 (Garofalo) a DE-1 will be introduced which will serve as the Job Growth and Energy Affordability Committee Omnibus Policy and Finance bill.
The Committee may also hear any bills that were not heard on Tuesday, April 7.
Additional bills may be added to the agenda.
(Garofalo) - Rate-regulated cooperative associations allowed to file for Public Utilities Commission review adjustments for property taxes and other costs.
(Atkins) - Unclaimed property requirements modified, commissioner's duties modified, and money appropriated.
(Vogel) - Legislative approval of housing incentives and allocations by the Metropolitan Council required.
(Kiel) - Job training grants to employers provided, report required, and money appropriated.
(Garofalo) - Omnibus employment, economic development, and energy bill.
*Bills may be added to agenda **Bills may be taken up in any order ***Bills not taken up on Tuesday will be heard during the regularly scheduled Wednesday meeting
(Loon) - Crowdfunding transactions provided exemption from securities regulation.
(Franson) - Greater Minnesota business development public infrastructure grant program modified, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
(Mahoney) - Saint Paul Port Authority governing provisions modified.
(Sanders) - Voice-over-Internet protocol service and Internet protocol-enabled service regulation prohibited.
(Loonan) - Insurance fraud prevention account funding provided, and annual money transfer from the automobile theft prevention program to the general fund ended.
(Murphy) - Aircraft manufacturing facility loan from the Minnesota Investment Fund provided.
(Vogel) - Labor and industry commissioner required to allow builders flexibility in methods used to achieve energy reduction goals.
(Garofalo) - Public utilities required to file plans with the Public Utilities Commission promoting electric and compressed natural gas vehicles and to recover costs of such promotion, rebates and incentives to electric and compressed natural gas vehicle purchasers and salespersons provided, and money appropriated.
(McDonald) - Broadband infrastructure economic development demonstration project funding provided, and money appropriated.
The Department of Employment and Economic Development will present to the Committee on workforce program outcomes
***Additional Bills May Be Added To The Agenda
(Gunther) - Uniform outcome reporting modified.
(Dean) - Performance based grants provided, and money appropriated.
(Hamilton) - Deaf, deafblind, or hard-of-hearing persons employment service grant funding provided; and money appropriated.
(Baker) - Career education and job skills training funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Theis) - Boys and Girls Club grant funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Knoblach) - Big Brothers Big Sisters grant money provided, and money appropriated.
(Lien) - Adult workforce program funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Hortman) - Renewable energy standard modified, energy assurance and emergency conservation plan enhanced, petroleum end user program established, energy auditor standards modified, and eligibility for siting requirements modified.
(Fabian) - Workforce housing use provided.
(Moran) - Persons with disabilities extended employment program modified.
(Swedzinski) - Setback standards set, and local project approval for site permit required.
(Knoblach) - Youth development and crime prevention program provided, and money appropriated.
(Gunther) - Enterprise Minnesota, Inc. grant provided, and money appropriated.
(O'Neill) - Competency standards for dual training identification required by labor and industry commissioner, dual training competency grant program created, and money appropriated.
(Baker) - Labor and Industry Department, Office of Combative Sports, and apprenticeship programs housekeeping changes made; obsolete, redundant, and unnecessary laws and rules removed; and conforming changes made.
(Quam) - Employment services provided to persons with traumatic brain injuries.
(Theis) - Building codes prohibited from being adopted more frequently than once every five years, and public notice of adopted rules provided.
(Mahoney) - Enterprise Minnesota, Inc. funding provided, and money appropriated.
Pending referral we will also hear: HF1549 (O'Neill) Construction Codes and Licensing Division housekeeping changes made, unnecessary laws and rules removed, conforming changes made, and rulemaking authorized (pending referral from the Commerce Committee).
***Additional Bills may be added to the agenda
(Anderson) - Platform manlift requirement repealed.
(O'Neill) - Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council recommendations adopted; and federal conformity, policy, and technical changes made.
(Isaacson) - Skilled manufacturing industry customized training provided, and money appropriated.
(Loonan) - Cogeneration facilities environmental review requirements modified, and energy facility definitions clarified.
(Albright) - Uniform statewide minimum wage required, and uniformity for employment mandates on private employers provided.
(Metsa) - Employment support services to persons with mental illness funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Gunther) - Centers for Independent Living grant funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Albright) - New market tax credit program established, report required, and money appropriated.
(Daniels) - Pilot program to provide, repair, and maintain motor vehicles for commuting to work created; and money appropriated.