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Government Operations

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Government Operations

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
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Agenda:
HF3 (Liebling) OneCare Buy-In through MNsure website established, outpatient prescription drug program established, dental administration governing provisions modified, health care governing provisions modified, and studies and reports required. HF2252 (Koznick) Nonemergency Medical Transportation Advisory Committee membership modified. HF1516 (Acomb) Home care providers provisions modified. HF2651 (Pryor) Child care advisory working group established, child care assistance program requirements modified, commissioner directions provided, and report required. HF2602 (Lesch) Legislative Commission on Intelligence and Technology established. PLEASE NOTE: Testimony will be limited. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please contact Amanda Rudolph at amanda.rudolph@house.mn. **Bills may be added or removed from the agenda. Bills may be carried over from the previous meeting and/or carried over to the following meeting.
Bills Added:
HF2651 (Pryor) - Child care advisory working group established, child care assistance program requirements modified, commissioner directions provided, and report required.
HF2602 (Lesch) - Legislative Commission on Intelligence and Technology established.
HF3 (Liebling) - OneCare Buy-In through MNsure website established, outpatient prescription drug program established, dental administration governing provisions modified, health care governing provisions modified, and studies and reports required.
HF2252 (Koznick) - Nonemergency Medical Transportation Advisory Committee membership modified.
HF1516 (Acomb) - Home care provider provisions modified.
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Government Operations

Thursday, March 21, 2019
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Agenda:
HF2550 (Mariani) Security screening systems added to ionizing radiation-producing equipment, jail inmate transfer provisions modified, administrative and disciplinary segregation use guidelines established, criminal gang investigative data retention extended, local correctional officers discipline procedures act established, ombudsman for corrections reestablished, reports requires, money appropriated, and various other provisions modified or established. HF132 (Masin) Local governments impacted by new information technology business software involvement required in user acceptance testing. HF2249 (Gomez) Cosmetology; regulation of salon and salon managers for licensed practitioners who only provide eyelash extensions requirements repealed. HF823 (Nelson) Private consultants hiring process established. HF1657 (Dettmer) Scandia; creation of subordinate service district to provide broadband service authorized. PLEASE NOTE: Testimony will be limited. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please contact Amanda Rudolph at amanda.rudolph@house.mn. **Bills may be added or removed from the agenda. Bills may be carried over from the previous meeting and/or carry over to the following meeting.
Bills Added:
HF132 (Masin) - Local governments impacted by new information technology business software involvement required in user acceptance testing.
HF823 (Nelson) - Private consultants hiring process established.
HF2550 (Mariani) - Security screening systems added to ionizing radiation-producing equipment, jail inmate transfer provisions modified, administrative and disciplinary segregation use guidelines established, criminal gang investigative data retention extended, local correctional officers discipline procedures act established, ombudsman for corrections reestablished, reports requires, money appropriated, and various other provisions modified or established.
HF1657 (Dettmer) - Scandia; creation of subordinate service district to provide broadband service authorized.
HF2249 (Gomez) - Cosmetology; regulation of salon and salon managers for licensed practitioners who only provide eyelash extensions requirements repealed.
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Government Operations

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
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Agenda:
HF1397 (Freiberg) Daylight saving time effective year-round provided upon federal authorization. HF2112 (Vang) Industrial hemp expedited rulemaking authorized. HF1968 (Hornstein) State employees with disabilities provisions modified, working group created, and report required. HF1962 (Nelson) Legislature accessibility measures working group establishment; accessibility standards for technology legislature compliance requirement and appropriation HF2249 (Gomez) Cosmetology; regulation of salon and salon managers for licensed practitioners who only provide eyelash extensions requirements repealed. PLEASE NOTE: Testimony will be limited. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please contact Amanda Rudolph at amanda.rudolph@house.mn. **Bills may be added or removed from the agenda or taken in any order. Bills may be carried over from the previous meeting and/or carry over to the following meeting.
Bills Added:
HF1397 (Freiberg) - Daylight saving time effective year-round provided upon federal authorization.
HF2112 (Vang) - Industrial hemp expedited rulemaking authorized, expedited rulemaking authorized for industrial hemp, and hemp certification program provided.
HF1962 (Nelson) - Legislature accessibility measures working group established, legislature compliance with technology accessibility standards required, and money appropriated.
HF2249 (Gomez) - Cosmetology; regulation of salon and salon managers for licensed practitioners who only provide eyelash extensions requirements repealed.
HF1968 (Hornstein) - State employees with disabilities provisions modified, working group created, and report required.
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Government Operations

Friday, March 15, 2019
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Agenda:
HF2171 (Davnie) Commissioner of health directed to convene working groups to examine health disparities and educational achievement links for American Indian children and children of color, report required, and money appropriated. HF2018 (Tabke) Pari-mutuel Racing Commission licensing, reporting, and other regulatory provisions modified. HF2398 (Hornstein) Airport zoning provisions modified. BILLS REMOVED: HF2127 (Christensen) Correctional facilities and jail body scanners defined and exempted from Health Department law, opiate antagonist administration by correctional facility employees authorized, Fugitive Apprehension Units authority to do general law enforcement clarified, Department of Corrections medical director authorized to make health care decisions for inmates lacking capacity and placed in an outside facility on conditional medical release, and Department of Corrections billing to counties for juvenile HF3 (Liebling) OneCare Buy-In through MNsure website established, outpatient prescription drug program established, dental administration governing provisions modified, health care governing provisions modified, and studies and reports required. confinements amended. *Bills may be added or removed from the agenda. Bills may be carried over from the previous meeting. PLEASE NOTE: Testimony will be limited. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please contact Amanda Rudolph at amanda.rudolph@house.mn.
Bills Added:
HF2018 (Tabke) - Pari-mutuel Racing Commission licensing, reporting, and other regulatory provisions modified.
HF2398 (Hornstein) - Airport zoning provisions modified.
HF2171 (Davnie) - Commissioner of health directed to convene working groups to examine health disparities and educational achievement links for American Indian children and children of color, report required, and money appropriated.
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Government Operations

Thursday, March 14, 2019
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Agenda:
SCEh1855-1 HF1855 (Schultz) Redistricting commission adoption of congressional and legislative district boundaries following federal census established, and constitutional amendment proposed. SCEH1603-1 Subcommittee Engrossment HF1603 (Dehn) Mail balloting authorized in any town or city with fewer than 400 registered voters. PLEASE NOTE: Testimony will be limited. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please contact Amanda Rudolph at amanda.rudolph@house.mn. **Bills may be added or removed from the agenda. The order of the bills may change. Bills may carried over to the next committee meeting.
Bills Added:
HF1603 (Dehn) - Election and campaign finance; various policy and technical changes made, automatic voter registration provided, voting rights of persons with felony convictions restored, early voting provided, automatic absentee ballot delivery authorized, ranked-choice voting authorized, National Popular Vote Interstate Compact adopted, campaign finance reporting requirements modified for Hennepin County elections and political subdivisions, expressly advocating definition modified, reporting of electioneering communications required, redistricting commission established, and money appropriated.
HF1855 (Schultz) - Redistricting commission established to prescribe the boundaries of congressional and legislative districts following each federal decennial census, districting principles established for congressional and legislative plans, and constitutional amendment proposed.
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