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Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

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Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

3/26/2015
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HF1677, HF1935, and HF1825 will be heard pending timely referrals from other committees.
Bills Added:
HF795 (Mack) - Cost-benefit approach implemented to measure success of corrections and human services programs.
HF518 (Scott) - Parenting time rebuttable presumption clarified, remedies following denial of court-ordered parenting time or other agreements modified, post-decree modification of maintenance allowed, disclosure of income information required, and alternate effective date for modification of child support allowed.
HF1677 (Albright) - Human services policy modifications provided; unmarked vehicle use authorized; background study requirements, cost of care requirements, and Minnesota Indian Family Preservation Act modified; nonemergency medical transportation documentation required; council continued; Indian child out-of-home placement provisions modified; conforming changes made; rulemaking authorized; and criminal penalties provided.
HF1935 (Green) - Autopsy religious objection provided.
HF1940 (Simonson) - Trespass crime expanded to include trespassing on a school bus.
HF1703 (Vogel) - Tax Court conforming changes made, and appropriations clarified.
HF1825 (Slocum) - Automated sale suppression device use criminal penalties provided.
HF1947 (Atkins) - Used wireless communication device cash payments permitted, and effect of nonredemption modified.
Attachments:
H0518A1.pdf (3/24/2015)
H1947A1.pdf (3/24/2015)
H1677DE1.pdf (3/24/2015)
H1935A1.pdf (3/25/2015)
H1935A2.pdf (3/25/2015)
A15-0351.pdf (3/26/2015)

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

3/25/2015
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*HF805, HF1884, and HF1770 will be heard pending referral from other committees.
Bills Added:
HF1884 (Swedzinski) - Learner's permits for adults allowed as identification for the purchase of alcohol.
HF1770 (Smith) - Conciliation court provided jurisdiction to determine claims by a county against a nonresident.
HF236 (Zerwas) - Investigational drug, biological product, or device use permitted by eligible patients.
HF654 (Zerwas) - Victims of violence address protection clarified in legal proceedings.
HF1570 (Howe) - Firefighter licensure requirements modified, license reciprocity provided, and technical changes made.
HF805 (Youakim) - Silver Alert system working group established to study and make recommendations on establishing a Silver Alert System, and report required.
HF291 (Cornish) - Traffic violations around school buses fine increased, penalties enhanced and minimum fines established for repeat violations of driving without a license, alcohol use by sensory testing service allowed, avian influenza emergency response funding extended, correctional industries revolving fund transfer provided to the general fund, and money appropriated.
Attachments:
H1570A1.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0654A2.pdf (3/24/2015)
H0654A3.pdf (3/24/2015)
H1570A2.pdf (3/24/2015)

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

3/24/2015
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Bills Added:
HF1718 (Nash) - Old Interstate Compact for Juveniles repealed.
HF840 (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.
HF222 (Cornish) - Automated license plate reader data classified and governing policy required, log of use required, data required to be destroyed, and report required.
HF291 (Cornish) - Traffic violations around school buses fine increased, penalties enhanced and minimum fines established for repeat violations of driving without a license, alcohol use by sensory testing service allowed, avian influenza emergency response funding extended, correctional industries revolving fund transfer provided to the general fund, and money appropriated.
Attachments:
A15-0312.pdf (3/23/2015)
A15-0313.pdf (3/23/2015)
A15-0317.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222DE7.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A5.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A6.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A7.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A8.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A9.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A10.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A11.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A12.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A13.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0222A14.pdf (3/23/2015)
H0291A1.pdf (3/23/2015)

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

3/19/2015
Bills Added:
HF307 (Fabian) - Proof of insurance in electronic format provided.
HF305 (Fabian) - Minnesota Personal Protection Act amended to recognize the North Dakota permit to carry a pistol as being valid in Minnesota.
HF722 (Newberger) - Public official authority to disarm individuals at any time clarified and delimited.
HF1524 (Zerwas) - Interest on verdicts, awards, and judgments regulated.
HF969 (Hertaus) - Offenders placed on intensive supervised release from prison required to be placed on electronic monitoring immediately upon release.
HF1234 (Lohmer) - Criminal sexual conduct offenses expanded for persons in current or recent positions of authority over juveniles.
Attachments:
H0969DE2.pdf (3/17/2015)
A15-0286.pdf (3/18/2015)

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

3/18/2015
Bills Added:
HF1376 (Barrett) - Controlled substance schedules modified.
HF446 (Mahoney) - Income tax dependency exemption allocation allowed in child support matters.
HF1085 (Garofalo) - Careless driving resulting in death or great bodily harm penalties enhanced, and reckless driving repealed.
HF1463 (Newberger) - First responders allowed meal expense subtraction.
HF322 (Winkler) - Legislator's privilege from arrest clarified, and driving while impaired specified to constitute a breach of the peace for purposes of the Constitution.
Attachments:
H1085A1.pdf (3/13/2015)
A15-0126.pdf (3/13/2015)
H0446A1.pdf (3/16/2015)
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