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Audio/Video Archives - 2017-2018 Regular Session

Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance

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Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance

Wednesday, May 02, 2018
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Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Agenda:
*HF2856 will become the Public Safety Omnibus Bill, and a delete-everything amendment will be posted when available. The chair plans to walk through the amendment and take public testimony on Tuesday, April 17. Action on additional amendments and passage will take place on Wednesday, April 18.
Bills Added:
HF2856 (Johnson) - Omnibus public safety finance and policy bill.
Attachments:
H2856DE2.pdf (4/16/2018)
H2856A23.pdf (4/17/2018)
HF2856 Spreadsheet.pdf (4/16/2018)
A18-0773.pdf (4/17/2018)
A18-774.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A2.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A3.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A4.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A5.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A10.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A12.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A13.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A16.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A19.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A21.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A22.pdf (4/17/2018)
H2856A25.pdf (4/17/2018)

Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Agenda:
*HF2856 will become the Public Safety Omnibus Bill, and a delete-everything amendment will be posted when available. The chair plans to walk through the amendment and take public testimony. Action on additional amendments and passage will take place on Wednesday, April 18. *If you would like to testify regarding the omnibus bill, please notify the committee administrator by email at mike.valleau@house.mn. The chair asks that testimony be limited to language not already heard in committee and that comments be limited to two minutes per testifier.
Bills Added:
HF2856 (Johnson) - Omnibus public safety finance and policy bill.
Attachments:

Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance

Thursday, April 12, 2018
Audio Available: Download Mp3
Bills Added:
HF3258 (Scott) - Automatic license plate reader and portable recording system provisions modified.
HF3984 (Kresha) - Appointment of counsel in juvenile court modified.
HF3296 (Kiel) - Vulnerable adults and reporting maltreatment statutory provisions modified.
HF3677 (Lesch) - Compensation for exonerated persons modified.
HF2309 (Lesch) - Electronic device location tracking warrant reporting of information enabled.
HF3955 (Ward) - Vehicle forfeiture expanded in prostitution offenses.
HF4140 (Ward) - Repeated offenses for patrons of prostitutes penalty increased.
HF3959 (Johnson) - Disbursement of surcharges on criminal and traffic offenders modified.
HF4317 (Johnson) - Ionizing radiation-producing equipment security screening systems added, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
Attachments:
H3258A2.pdf (4/10/2018)
H3677A2.pdf (4/11/2018)
H3258A3.pdf (4/10/2018)
H3984A1.pdf (4/11/2018)
H3296A2.pdf (4/11/2018)
H3296A3.pdf (4/11/2018)

Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance

Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Bills Added:
HF2879 (Anderson) - Melrose; fire remediation grant availability extended.
HF3375 (Kunesh-Podein) - Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women task force created, annual report on issues related to violence against indigenous women and girls required, and money appropriated.
HF3554 (Hilstrom) - Amount charged to counties for cost of confining juveniles in correctional facilities clarified.
HF3657 (Zerwas) - Bomb disposal unit expense reimbursement modified.
HF2809 (Grossell) - Emergency operations and continuity of government provisions amended; and adoption of emergency operations and continuity of government plan by the legislative branch, judicial branch, and state constitutional officers required.
HF2904 (Grossell) - Child pornography offenses penalties increased, mandatory minimum sentences created, and Sentencing Guidelines commission directed to modify the sex offender grid.
HF2906 (Grossell) - Stays of adjudication in criminal sexual conduct cases established as departures from the sentencing guidelines, persons subject to stays of adjudication in criminal sexual conduct cases required to register as predatory offenders, and criminal history points required to be assessed against offenders who violate stays of adjudication in sexual conduct cases.
HF2944 (Grossell) - Sex offenders required to serve 50-year conditional release or probation terms, and intensive probation for sex offenders established.
Attachments:
H3375A1.pdf (4/9/2018)
H2944A1.pdf (4/10/2018)
A18-0680.pdf (4/10/2018)
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