NOTE: Seizure and forfeiture issues will be dealt with first.
House Files 2990, 2707, 3300, 3315 are pending referral.
House Files 67, 212, 728, 971,1120 are bills that were included in the Public Safety Policy Omnibus bill as it passed off the House Floor but were not included in the Conference Committee Report. The committee will limit itself to procedural action to send these bills to the General Register.
House Files 3382 and 3447 are division reports.
House File 582 was heard and passed in committee last session and sent to the General Register. The committee will limit itself to procedural action to send this bill to Finance.
Additional bills may be added.
(Mullery) - Property forfeiture provisions changed, and sale of forfeited property by law enforcement officers, employees, and family members.
(Liebling) - Forfeiture provisions recodified and consolidated while making numerous substantive and technical changes.
(Champion) - Human Rights Act technical amendments made.
(Rosenthal) - Office of Administrative Hearings authorized to review driver's license revocation or disqualification and motor vehicle plate impoundment resulting from implied consent violations.
(Hilstrom) - Criminal penalty increased for assaulting a vulnerable adult, and criminal penalties provided.
(Lesch) - Collection of fees allowed under the license reinstatement diversion pilot program to be extended for 18 months.
(Kahn) - Weight of water used in a controlled substance filtration device established when determining weight or amount of controlled substance.
(Hilstrom) - Indeterminate sentencing expanded for sex offenders with prior convictions for certain predatory offenses.
(Hilstrom) - State Guardian Ad Litem Board established and money appropriated.
(Lanning) - Salvia divinorum sale and possession crime established, and penalty provided.
(Mullery) - Gross misdemeanor created for assaulting a utility employee or contractor.
(Simon) - Pretrial filing prerequisite of a transcript eliminated for admission into evidence of law enforcement vehicle recordings.
(Mullery) - Animal fighting device or substance possession prohibited.
(Bigham) - Predatory offender registration time period rule clarified.
(Kath) - Public safety; comprehensive incident-based reporting system data use delineated.
(Hilstrom) - Registration required for persons convicted or adjudicated in another country for offenses requiring registration in Minnesota, registration time period of predatory offender restarts after conviction of new crime clarified; attempt, aiding and abetting, and conspiracy to commit crimes against persons included for purposes of registration for predatory offender registration law.
(Kelly) - County and regional jails authorized to house offenders from other states.
(Mullery) - Juvenile delinquency provisions modified to include stays of adjudication of delinquency, and juvenile delinquency continuance period duration extended.
(Morrow) - Civilly committed sex offenders, sexually dangerous persons, and sexual psychopathic personalities provisions modified, and judicial holds in commitment cases provisions amended.
(Hilstrom) - Court authorized to furnish any electronic copies of documents to public defender at no charge.
(Winkler) - Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management Act of 2010 enacted, and administrative, programmatic, technical, and clarifying changes made.
(Lesch) - Public hearings and public access to juvenile records governing provisions modified, expungement authorized of certain juvenile records, and human services commissioner authorized to grant set of asides or variances for certain individuals disqualified from licensure because of an offense as a juvenile.
(Bigham) - DNA collection from offenders authorized.
(Bigham) - Criminal penalty provisions modified, participation in comprehensive incident-based reporting system provided, and silencers for wildlife control use extended.
(Paymar) - Parole board established and membership duties and powers prescribed, and eligibility of individual to be considered for parole prescribed, and money appropriated.
(Lesch) - Defendant waiver of jury trial requirement changed.
(Mullery) - Public access to certain juvenile records modified and release of records limited.
(Lesch) - Fire safety provisions modified to require state fire marshal to coordinate investigation of fatal fires, and obsolete, redundant, or unnecessary language clarified.