HF1218 (Lesch) Requiring defendant waiver of jury trial to be consented by the prosecutor.
HF2787 (Mullery) Providing that certain private actions are in the public interest and benefit the public.
HF2996 (Paymar) authorizing deferral of judgment for certain drug offenses; repealing the sunset on early release of nonviolent controlled substance offenders; requiring the commissioner of corrections to develop a marketing plan for MINNCOR industries; defining long-term homelessness to include persons released from incarceration for purposes of receiving supportive services; granting the Department of Corrections access to DEED preconfinement data on inmates; providing a tax credit to employers that employ persons with criminal records; requiring the commissioner of corrections to study re-entry facilities and programming; increasing funding for chemical and mental health treatment for inmates and probationers; creating a certificate of rehabilitation; establishing a task force to study and recommend approaches for developing a re-entry court pilot program; establishing a controlled substance law working group; requiring the commissioner of corrections to conduct an internal review of parole and supervised release procedures and sanctions; appropriating money.
HF3217 (Shimanski) Including false police and fire emergency calls as misdemeanor offense.
HF3391 (Huntley) State health care programs funding increased, provisions modified, fees increased, subsidies provided, Minnesota Health Insurance Exchange established, standard created, reports required, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
HF3438 (Thissen) Genetic handling information provisions changed.
HF3483 (Mullery) Police officers permitted attorney and union representation at disciplinary hearings.
HF3598 (Mullery) Sex offender minimum presumptive executed sentence imposed for repeat offenders.
HF3863 (Thissen) Official traffic-control device automatic enforcement authorized.
HF3597 (Mullery) and HF3606 (Mullery) have been removed from the agenda.