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I. HF 93 (Mariani) Law enforcement citizen oversight council establishment by local units of government required; warrior-style training for peace officers prohibited, neck restraint use prohibited, residency requirements for peace officers required, and money appropriated.
II. HF 92 (Mariani) Public safety critical incident stress management information prohibited as evidence, law enforcement use of force reported, critical incident review process established for peace officer involved shootings, Office of Community-Led Safety Coordination established, grants established to promote co-responder teams, grants established to promote community healing, standards established for crisis interventions and mental illness crisis training for peace officers, development and implementation of autism training required for peace officers, reports required and money appropriated.
III. SF104/HF 1 (Mariani) Reforming Accountability Act; peace officer's authority to use deadly force modified, prosecutorial authority assigned to the attorney general for peace-officer-involved deaths, independent Bureau of Criminal Apprehension independent Use of Force Investigations Unit established, money bail use limited for certain offenses, reports required, and money appropriated.
IV. *HF 132 (Noor) Establishing a special master panel to make awards to compensate for damages suffered by certain persons resulting from the civil unrest during May and June of 2020; appropriating money.
V. HF 41 (Pinto): Child care assistance provider reimbursement rates modified.
VI. HF 105 (Liebling) Extending the expiration of the executive order relating to use of telemedicine in the state medical cannabis program; extending the expiration of certain human services program waivers and modifications issued by the commissioner of human services pursuant to executive orders during the peacetime emergency declared in response to the COVID-19 pandemic; establishing a 60-day period for the commissioner of human services to transition affected programs off of COVID-19 waivers and modifications following expiration of the peacetime emergency; appropriating money.
VII. HF 108 (Nelson, M) Providing COVID-19 grant and appropriation extensions; requiring a report. (pending referral)
VIII. HF 111 (Koegel) Appropriating money to the Amateur Sports Commission. (pending referral)
IX. HF 28 (Hansen) Environment and natural resources; provisions modified including Cervidae, watercraft operator safety program, invasive species permits, wild rice leases, and various other provisions. (pending referral)
X. HF 134 (Hansen) Prioritizing expenditures from the dry cleaner environmental response and reimbursement account; banning perchloroethylene; modifying prior appropriation; appropriating money for cost-share program; amending Minnesota Statutes 2018, section 115B.49, subdivision 3; Laws 2019, First Special Session chapter 4, article 1, section 2, subdivision 10; proposing coding for new law in Minnesota Statutes, chapter 325E. (pending referral)
XI. BILL ADDED: SF 47/HF 128 (Marquart) Providing aid and reimbursements to counties, cities, and towns to fund expenses related to COVID-19; appropriating money from the coronavirus relief federal fund.
Other bills may be added pending referral
NOTE on HF 132: *A Delete Everything amendment which incorporates the rebuilding provisions contained in HF6, HF85, HF84, HF82, HF 88, HF 80, HF79 and clones that moved through appropriate finance divisions will be posted.
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(Mariani) - Reforming Accountability Act; peace officer's authority to use deadly force modified, prosecutorial authority assigned to the attorney general for peace-officer-involved deaths, juvenile risk assessment provided, independent Bureau of Criminal Apprehension independent Use of Force Investigations Unit established, money bail use limited for certain offenses, reports required, and money appropriated.
(Mariani) - Public safety; law enforcement use of force reported, Officer-Involved Death Review Board established, Community-Led Public Safety Coordinator established, grants established to promote community-based crisis intervention, grants established to promote community healing, standards established for crisis intervention and mental illness crisis training for peace officers, autism training for peace officers developed and implemented, civil right to vote restored for an individual upon release from incarceration or upon sentencing if no incarceration is imposed, notice required, reports required, and money appropriated.
(Mariani) - Public safety; local units of government required to establish law enforcement citizen oversight councils, powers and duties specified, arbitrator selection amended, data collection process created, peace officer discipline report provided, Board of Peace Officer Standards and Traiining membership expanded, Police-Community Relations Council established, civil statute of limitations extended, statute of limitation tolled during investigations of peace officers, mandatory revocation of peace officer license provided for violation of use of force policy, warrior-style training prohibited, restraints prohibited, use of force policies required to be updated, duty to intercede established, excessive force incident reports required, Minneapolis and St. Paul required to impose residency requirements, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
(Pinto) - Child care assistance provider reimbursement rates modified, and money appropriated.
(Liebling) - COVID-19; executive order relating to use of telemedicine in the state medical cannabis program extended, human services program waivers and modifications issued by the commissioner of human services pursuant to executive orders during the peacetime emergency extended, 60-day period to transition affected programs off waivers and modifications following expiration of the peacetime emergency, and money appropriated.
(Nelson) - COVID-19; grant and appropriation extensions provided, and report required.
(Koegel) - Amateur Sports Commission and Minnesota Zoological Garden funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Hansen) - Environment and natural resources funding provided, provisions modified relating to certifiable fish diseases; farmed Cervidae; reporting requirements; snowmobiles; watercraft safety; all-terrain vehicle definition; insecticide use; invasive species permits; state parks; special-use permits; regulations of possessing, propagating, and selling of snakes, lizards, and salamanders; hunting and fishing; Lake Superior Management Plan; Mississippi River Corridor Critical Area; wild rice; state property interests; Water Law; soil and water conservation fund; closed landfill investment fund; Advisory Council on Water Supply Systems and Wastewater Treatment Facilities; riparian protection; priority qualified facilities; food packaging; nonwoven disposable products; accounts; outdoor recreation units; additions and deletions to state parks and recreation areas; and state land sales; prior appropriations modified; rulemaking authorized; and money appropriated.
(Noor) - Protests and civil unrest of May and June 2020; PROMISE Act established, community repair panel created, data classified, redevelopment and relief programs created, Metropolitan Area Redevelopment Corporation established, sales and use tax imposed, insurance claims assistance required, leases regulated, eminent domain limited use authorized, sales and use tax items exempted, property tax abatement required, and money appropriated.
(Hansen) - Dry cleaner environmental response and reimbursement account expenditures prioritized, perchloroethylene banned, prior appropriations modified, cost-share program funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Marquart) - COVID-19; local government aid and reimbursements to counties, cities, and towns to fund related expenses provided, coronavirus relief federal fund funding withdrawn, and money appropriated.