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Audio/Video Archives - 2011-2012 Regular Session

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State Government Finance

12/6/2011
Update on local government redesign innovation efforts during the interim. Introduction/overview by Rep. Carol McFarlane and Rep. Diane Loeffler Others testifying will be: Jeff Sparks, Executive Director, Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC) Bob Meeks, Executive Director, Minnesota School Boards Assc. (MSBA) Jim Miller, Executive Director, League of Minnesota Cities Peter Hutchinson, representing the Bush Foundation and Beyond the Bottom Line Foundation Carleen Rhodes, President and CEO of the Minnesota Community Foundation and the Saint Paul Foundation Laura LaCroix-Dalluhn, Project Manager, Local government Redesign and Innovation Reflections from attendees of regional meetings: Kevin Donovan, Mahtomedi School Board member and MSBA Board of Directors Marian Clennon, Austin City Council Tony Murphy, County Administrator, Beltrami County • Update on SWIFT accounting system , Lori Mo, Assistant Commissioner, Minnesota Management and Budget • Update on SEGIP Dependent Eligibility Audit - as passed in Special Session 2011 SF12 - Nathan Moracco, Director of the Employee Insurance Division, Minnesota Management and Budget • Update from MMB on status of Pay for Performance Bonds program as passed in special session SF12 – Jim Schowalter, Commissioner, Minnesota Management and Budget. Also asking to testify on this issue: Staci Becker, Consultant, Invest in Outcomes. Brian Paulson, director of Innovation Strategies, Greater Twin Cities United Way. • Update on tax analytics/tax compliance issues. Dan Ostdiek, Chief Financial Officer, Minnesota Department of Revenue Terri Steenblock, Assistant Commissioner for Income Taxes, Minnesota Department of Revenue Matt Massman, Deputy Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Revenue
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Commerce and Regulatory Reform

11/21/2011
Commerce Chair: Joe Hoppe Monday, November 21, 2011 10:00 AM I. Call to Order. II. Roll Call. III. Discussion on the Executive Order Calling For Child Care Provider Union Election If you would like to testify, please contact Stephen Rubis at stephen.rubis@house.mn or (651) 296-5994.

Health and Human Services Finance

11/21/2011
Managed Care Competitive Bid Update Update from DHS on the RFP Process Update on Moving People into Managed Care Update on Waiver Request Process Update on the Implementation of the Defined Contribution Hennepin County Health Demo Insurance Exchange Task Force Update
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Property and Local Tax Division

11/10/2011
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Overview and Background of Special Taxing Districts

Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance

11/3/2011
Department of Corrections parole process

Education Finance

11/2/2011
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Minnesota’s application for No Child Left Behind waiver Invited testimony only.

Commerce and Regulatory Reform

10/24/2011
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Presentation by House Research on the unionization of private home daycare providers. Public testimony. Equal time will be given for each side. Please limit testimony to 2 minutes per testifier. Written testimony will be accepted. If you would like to testify, please contact Dan Dwight at Daniel.Dwight@house.mn

Health and Human Services Reform

10/24/2011
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Agenda for informational hearing: Presentation by House Research on the unionization of private home daycare providers. Public testimony on the unionization of private home daycare providers. Equal time will be given for each side. Please limit testimony to 2 minutes per testifier. Written testimony will be accepted. If you would like to testify, please contact Holly Iverson at holly.iverson@house.mn

Rules and Legislative Administration

7/19/2011
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Appointments, Change in Status, and Terminations Reports Resolution on Compensatory Time

Rules and Legislative Administration

6/21/2011
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Resolution on Temporary Funding of Core Functions Litigation Resolution on Expense Reimbursement Resolution on Tuition Reimbursement Resolution on Deferred Compensation Suspension Resolution on Postage

Rules and Legislative Administration

5/23/2011
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Supplemental Calendar for the Day for Monday, May 23.
The committee will reconvene to add bills to the Supplemental Calendar for the Day for Monday, May 23, 2011.

Rules and Legislative Administration

5/22/2011
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Supplemental Calendar for the Day for Sunday, May 22. Senate Concurrent Resolution 8; relating to adjournment of the Senate and House of Representatives until 2012.
Bills Added:
SF1234 (Mazorol) - State funds depositories regulated, certificates issued to business entities simplified, contracts entered into by nonprofit corporations governing provisions modified, effective date of resignations of agents modified, notice provided to organizations revised, alternate name use allowed, business entities redefined, and issuance of certificates eliminated to business trusts and municipal power agencies.

Rules and Legislative Administration

5/21/2011
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Supplemental Calendar for the Day for Saturday, May 21, 2011.

Taxes

5/21/2011
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Rules and Legislative Administration

5/20/2011
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Proposed Calendar for the Day for Friday, May 20

Rules and Legislative Administration

5/18/2011
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Proposed Calendar for the Day for Thursday, May 19. *** Bills that come before this committee have usually been heard in various policy and finance committees. It is the general practice of the House Rules & Legislative Administration Committee that public testimony on bills not be taken. ***
Bills Added:
SF1308 (Gottwalt) - Marriage recognized as only a union between one man and one woman, and constitutional amendment proposed.

Ways and Means

5/18/2011
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The language of HF 1001 First Engrossment will be offered as a delete everything amendment to SF 680. Budget Resolution Amendment Amendments should be submitted as soon as possible to alex.smith@house.mn
Bills Added:
HF959 (Howes) - Flood hazard mitigation funding provided, federal disaster assistance match funding provided, bonds issued, bond sale schedule provided, and money appropriated.
HF1024 (Stensrud) - Deputy commissioner numbers reduced and assistant commissioner position eliminated in the unclassified service.
HF1104 (Howes) - Appropriations canceled, and corresponding bond sale authorizations reduced.
HF1232 (Howes) - Central Corridor Light Rail Transit project terms and conditions modified, appropriations canceled and corresponding bond sale authorizations reduced, and general fund debt service savings required.
SF680 (Woodard) - "Criminal act" definition expanded in the racketeering crime.
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Health and Human Services Finance

5/17/2011
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Informational hearing on the CHOICE waiver Informational hearing regarding hospital earnings No bills will be added to the agenda
SF760 (Hann) Omnibus health and human services finance bill. The Conference Committee will be closing the bill at this meeting

Government Operations and Elections

5/17/2011
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Confirmation hearings for the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board: Deanna Wiener- Term expiring January 5, 2015 Andrew Luger- Term expiring January 5, 2015

Government Operations and Elections

5/16/2011
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HF1647 (Lanning) 2011 Omnibus Retirement Bill
Attachments:
h1647-6a.pdf (5/13/2011)
h1647-6a.pdf (5/13/2011)

Ways and Means

5/16/2011
SF346/HF554 the language of HF554 (Johnson) will be offered as a delete-everything amendment to SF346. Amendments should be submitted by 5 p.m. Saturday, May 14 to alex.smith@house.mn.
Bills Added:
HF211 (Wardlow) - Liability limits modified for tort claims against the state and political subdivisions, conciliation court claims regulated, class action orders right of appeal provided, statute of limitations on claims modified, prejudgment interest modified, attorney fees regulated, and sex trafficking violations cause of action provided.
HF637 (Drazkowski) - Food, beverage, and lodging establishment statutes exemption modified.
HF705 (Crawford) - Audit requirements delayed for new first class cities, publication and reporting requirements eliminated, surplus law library fund use provided, county clerk hiring requirements repealed, seed and feed loan provisions repealed, and Ramsey County Community Corrections Department duties provided.
HF1025 (Beard) - Energy rates, conservation and savings programs, utility cost recovery and investments, qualifying facilities and non-generating utilities, rate impacts, large energy customers, cold weather notices, hydropower, transmission lines, Public Utilities Commission approval for utilities' security issuance, Energy Reliability and Intervention Office establishement, the Energy Conservation Information Center and residential weatherization programs, Melrose Public Utilities Commission membership provisions modified, and money appropriated.
HF1068 (Beard) - Transportation and public safety policies governing provisions provided including data practices, bicycles and bikeways and highways and bridges, transportation construction contracts, motor vehicles, traffic regulations, driver licensing and training, alternative financing for transportation projects, railroads, motor carriers and commercial drivers, and agency reporting; fees and an account established; pilot program expanded; seaplane base variance provided; provisions repealed; technical changes made; and money appropriated.
HF1423 (Gottwalt) - Adoption assistance reform, child protection, child support, and technical and conforming amendments provided.
HF191 (Downey) - Information technology and telecommunications technology services consolidated, advisory committee established, duties transferred, report required, and money appropriated.
HF1261 (Holberg) - Metropolitan area transit and paratransit capital expenditure additional financing provided, and certain obligations issued.
HF1611 (Hamilton) - Agriculture programs, requirements, fees, and duties changed.
Attachments:
H0705A4.pdf (5/13/2011)
H1025A10.pdf (5/13/2011)
0H1068A13.pdf (5/13/2011)
H1025A9.pdf (5/13/2011)
H1025A8.pdf (5/14/2011)
H1068A16.pdf (5/15/2011)
H1068A10_1.pdf (5/15/2011)
H1068a15_1.pdf (5/15/2011)
H0191DE3.pdf (5/14/2011)
H0705A4.pdf (5/13/2011)
H1025A10.pdf (5/13/2011)
0H1068A13.pdf (5/13/2011)
H1025A9.pdf (5/13/2011)
H1025A8.pdf (5/14/2011)
H1068A16.pdf (5/15/2011)
H1068A10_1.pdf (5/15/2011)
H1068a15_1.pdf (5/15/2011)
H0191DE3.pdf (5/14/2011)

Rules and Legislative Administration

5/16/2011
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Calendar for the Day for Tuesday, May 17 HF650; Wavier of deadline

Rules and Legislative Administration

5/13/2011
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Proposed Calendar for the Day for Saturday, May 14

Ways and Means

5/13/2011
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Amendments should be submitted to alex.smith@house.mn as soon as possible.
Bills Added:
HF104 (Smith) - Department of Corrections and Department of Revenue claim settlements provided, and money appropriated.
HF556 (Smith) - Juvenile prostitutes in need of protection or services provisions amended, sexually exploited youth defined, prostitution crime penalty assessments increased, and distribution of the assessment amended; prostitution laws provisions clarified and recodified, and definitions modified; and money appropriated to the commissioner of public safety to develop a statewide victim services model.
HF988 (Smith) - Public defender representation provision modified.
HF1068 (Beard) - Transportation and public safety policies governing provisions provided including data practices, bicycles and bikeways and highways and bridges, transportation construction contracts, motor vehicles, traffic regulations, driver licensing and training, alternative financing for transportation projects, railroads, motor carriers and commercial drivers, and agency reporting; fees and an account established; pilot program expanded; seaplane base variance provided; provisions repealed; technical changes made; and money appropriated.
HF1478 (Kiffmeyer) - Minnesota sex offender program provisions modified.
HF211 (Wardlow) - Liability limits modified for tort claims against the state and political subdivisions, conciliation court claims regulated, class action orders right of appeal provided, statute of limitations on claims modified, prejudgment interest modified, attorney fees regulated, and sex trafficking violations cause of action provided.
HF250 (Anderson) - Claims against the state provisions changed and updated.
Attachments:
A11-0346.pdf (5/12/2011)
H1068A13.pdf (5/12/2011)
A11-0346.pdf (5/12/2011)
H1068A13.pdf (5/12/2011)

Rules and Legislative Administration

5/12/2011
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Proposed Calendar for Friday, May 13 End of Session Resolutions
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