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Audio/Video Archives - 2009-2010 Regular Session

Meetings are listed by date with the most recent meeting at the top. If there is a television recording of the meeting links to that format will be available below.

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Cultural and Outdoor Resources Finance Division

Monday, March 23, 2009
Audio Available: Download Mp3
Meeting at 4:30 PM
Agenda:
1. Libraries Maintenance of Effort HF1195 (Lanning) Mandate relief provided, Legislative Commission on Mandate Reform established, and levy limits abolished. 2. Committee discussion of what we learned from public testimony 3. Committee discussion of where we're going next

Civil Justice

Monday, March 23, 2009
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Meeting at 4:30 PM
Agenda:
HF1406 (Dill) Lawful gambling tax provisions modified; HF1448 (Mullery) Information released to health care agents, and access granted to health care agents; HF1341 (Thissen) Newborn screening program provisions modified; HF254/SF265* (Thissen) Crime alerts required to be distributed in a format that disabled citizens can access; HF1554 (Winkler) Isolation and quarantine provisions and mass dispensing of medication provisions modified; HF330 (Scalze) Homeowners provided with a longer period within which to notify contractors of construction defects; HF420 (Laine) Existing statutory implied residential construction warranties required to be made as express warranties and be provided to the buyer in writing, and warranty waivers prohibited; HF362 (Knuth) Homeowner's written notice requirement to building contractor of construction defect eliminated; HF1532 (Kalin) Secretary of State filings, forms, records, submissions, motions, and orders regulated; HF569 (Sailer) Recycled pain

Transportation and Transit Policy and Oversight Division

Monday, March 23, 2009
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Meeting at 6:15 PM
Agenda:
HF1568 (Holberg) Expedited town road extinguishment provision clarified. HF1693 (Morrow) Environmental impact statement completion required. HF1246 (Urdahl) Speed violations in excess of 10 mph over a speed limit of 60 mph kept off of driver's driving record.

Agriculture, Rural Economies and Veterans Affairs

Monday, March 23, 2009
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Meeting at 2:45 PM
Agenda:
HF1367 (Juhnke) Minnesota Noxious Weed Law provisions modified, assistance fund and advisory committee established, grants provided. HF1886 (Juhnke) Feeding Minnesota Task Force established. HF1447 (Otremba) Veterinarian education loan forgiveness program established, and money appropriated. HF1579 (Otremba) Dog food fee incidence changed.

Energy Finance and Policy Division

Monday, March 23, 2009
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Meeting at 2:45 PM
Agenda:
HF1852 (Knuth) Renewable energy payment incentive period extended, payments directed to other projects from projects whose eligibility to receive payments expires, and money appropriated. HF1623 (Kalin) Energy storage equipment and its installation in publicly owned buildings included in the definition of a qualifying solar electric project. HFXXXX (Johnson) Solar Cities initiative HF1434 (Johnson) Mass transit zone for utility reinvestment and cost recovery created. HF1478 (Sailer) Distributed energy resources regulated. HF1425 (Sailer) Renewable energy standard technology options modified for certain public utilities. HF1533 (Sailer) Energy; Cost recovery for utility's renewable facilities and high-efficiency utility rate options provided. HF1605 (Kalin) Conservation investment's incentive rate plans regulated.

Finance

Monday, March 23, 2009
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House Finance Committee
Meeting at 10:30 AM
Bills Added:
HF1333 (Gardner) - Metropolitan area transit and paratransit capital expenditures additional funding provided, and certain obligations authorized.
HF894 (Atkins) - Commerce commissioner required to collect and hold in escrow fees paid by Minnesota ratepayers for permanent repository for disposal of high-level radioactive waste.
HF865 (Welti) - Wabasha and Olmsted Counties; Great River Ridge Trail established.
Meeting at 10:30 AM
Agenda:
HF1333 (Gardner) Metropolitan area transit and paratransit capital expenditures additional funding provided, and certain obligations authorized. HF894 (Atkins) Commerce commissioner required to collect and hold in escrow fees paid by Minnesota ratepayers for permanent repository for disposal of high-level radioactive waste. HF865 (Welti) Wabasha and Olmsted counties; Great River Ridge Trail established. HF1227 (Rukavina) has been removed from the agenda.

Taxes

Monday, March 23, 2009
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House Taxes Committee
Meeting at 2:45 PM
Agenda:
HF1782 (Lenczewski) State government financing provisions modified relating to taxes, individual income, corporate franchise, property and sales and use, additions required, federal section 179 expensing allowances conformed, subtractions disallowed, nonrefundable credits allowed, refundable Minnesota child credit allowed, various provisions repealed, and money appropriated.

Ways and Means

Monday, March 23, 2009
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Meeting at 6:30 PM
Agenda:
HF1797 (Lieder) Federal economic recovery fund receipt and appropriation provided. HF1227 (Rukavina) Minnesota law conformed to the requirements necessary to receive federal stimulus funds, and money appropriated.

Local Government Division

Monday, March 23, 2009
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Meeting at 4:30 PM
Agenda:
HF1530 (Hornstein) Metropolitan Airports Commission required to prohibit outsourcing of certain jobs. HF721 (Hornstein) Metropolitan Council restructured as a council of governments. HF332/SF261* (Jackson) Transfer on death deeds technical modifications; common element certificates modifications; real estate designated transfer, power of attorney and cartway procedure modifications HF1828 (Hornstein) Municipal comprehensive plan for affordable housing amendments authorized to be approved by a simple majority. HF201 (Thao) County publication of individual claim threshold amount increased. HF157 (Mullery) Zoning for owner-occupied residential uses authorized. HF530 (Nelson) Comprehensive plan reviews by adjacent governmental unit time period modified, and water management plan requirements clarified. HF1501 (Westrom) Central Lakes Region Sanitary District restructured as an elected body or alternatively dissolved. The following bills have been removed from the agenda: HF1955 (

Game, Fish and Forestry Division

Monday, March 23, 2009
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Meeting at 4:30 PM
Agenda:
HF 1848 (Newton) Lifetime spearing and lifetime angling and spearing licenses established HF 1712 (Jackson) Residents 90 years of age or older provided free angling licenses HF 1143 (McNamara) Department of Natural Resources programs that duplicate market activities eliminated HF 1132 (Dill) Forest products scale cutting on state land eliminated
Meeting at 4:30 PM
Bills Added:
HF1848 (Newton) - Lifetime spearing and lifetime angling and spearing licenses established.
HF1712 (Kulick Jackson) - Residents 90 years of age or older provided free angling licenses.
HF1143 (McNamara) - Department of Natural Resources programs that duplicate market activities eliminated.
HF1132 (Dill) - Omnibus game and fish bill.

K-12 Education Policy and Oversight

Friday, March 20, 2009
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Meeting at 8:30 AM
Agenda:
(Informational hearing) HF1001 (Demmer) K-12 education state grants authorized to leverage quality improvements, and money appropriated. HF1621 (Davnie) Schools required to develop a plan and comply with requirements on using restrictive procedures for children with disabilities. HF1701 (Newton) School district obligations clarified to children with disabilities. HF553 (Dittrich) Online learning provider requirements modified. (Informational hearing) HF1179 (Mariani) Prekindergarten through grade 12 education provided, technical corrections made.

Licensing Division

Friday, March 20, 2009
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Meeting at 8:30 AM
Agenda:
HF1745 (Ruud) Health occupations provisions modified, licensed heath care professional definition expanded, food, beverage, and lodging establishments provisions modified, federal government rules required to implement the minimum data set for resident reimbursement classification HF1860 (Ruud) Lasers, intense pulsed light devices, and radio frequency devices regulated HF535 (Thao) Health-related licensing board provisions modified

Local Government Division

Friday, March 20, 2009
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Meeting at 1:00 PM
Agenda:
HF1238 (Dill) Refund provisions modified, definitions modified, publication requirements modified, restrictions in migratory feeding and resting areas modified, local law exemptions provided, wild animal and fish taking, possession, and licensing requirements provided, and certain fees authorized. HF1536 (Nelson) University of Minnesota; Enacting of ordinances authorized, criminal penalties provided. HF1378 (Morrow) Local disaster assistance program and local disaster fund established, money appropriated. HF936 (Thissen) Communities for a lifetime criteria specified, and Minnesota Board on Aging and commissioner of employment and economic development required to develop recommendations on the designation of communities for a lifetime. HF1423 (Winkler) Municipalities required to utilize state cooperative purchasing.

Finance

Friday, March 20, 2009
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House Finance Committee
Meeting at 12:00 PM
Bills Added:
HF1797 (Lieder) - Federal economic recovery transportation funds receipt and appropriation provided.
HF1227 (Rukavina) - Minnesota law conformed to the requirements necessary to receive federal stimulus funds, and money appropriated.
HF878 (Hortman) - Highway centerline relocation governing provision added, county state-aid highway and municipal state-aid street provisions modified, seat belt provisions modified, advertising device placement regulated, and plats of lands abutting state rail bank property procedures provided.
HF111 (Winkler) - Divestment required from certain investments relating to Iran.
Meeting at 12:15 PM
Agenda:
HF1797 (Lieder) Federal economic recovery fund receipt and appropriation provided. HF1227 (Rukavina) Minnesota law conformed to the requirements necessary to receive federal stimulus funds, and money appropriated. HF878 (Hortman) Highway centerline relocation governing provision added, county state-aid highway and municipal state-aid street provisions modified, advertising device placement regulated, and plats of lands abutting state rail bank property procedures provided. HF111 (Winkler) Divestment required from certain investments relating to Iran.

Veterans Affairs Division

Friday, March 20, 2009
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Meeting at 8:30 AM
Agenda:
HF1286 (Gardner) Free fish and game license eligibility extended for disabled veterans. HF980 (Lieder) Peace officer eligibility requirements based on military experience modified. HF 1884 (Anderson, S) A bill for an act relating to natural resources; requiring designation of state land for use by veterans. The following Bill has been added to the agenda: HF 1880 (Severson) Interview required for veterans listed as meeting minimum qualifications and claiming veterans preference for positions of state government employment, state civil service applied to removal provisions in current local government law, and report required of certain state employment statistics pertaining to veterans.

Crime Victims/Criminal Records Division

Friday, March 20, 2009
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Meeting at 8:30 AM
Agenda:
HF1043 (Johnson) Job applicant's criminal history consideration addressed during the public employment hiring process; HF891 (Champion) Expungement law expanded and modified, courts authorized to modify or suspend collateral sanctions under certain circumstances, and situations limited in which juvenile delinquency criminal record is publicly available; HF1518 (Champion) Commissioner of public safety authorized to gather, compile, and publish data on human trafficking every three years. HF1636 (Clark) Human trafficking victims' housing and support services provided, money appropriated; HF1768 (Lesch) Sex trafficking criminal penalties increased, victim housing and support services provided, technical training for judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement provided, public awareness increased, Minnesota family investment program eligibility and waiver provisions addressed, money appropriated; HF1810 (Lesch) Human trafficking notice posting required at establishments that sell alcohol

Telecommunications Regulation and Infrastructure Division

Friday, March 20, 2009
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Meeting at 8:30 AM
Agenda:
HF 1038 (Jackson) Public Utilities Commission authorized to order refunds of unlawful utility rate revenues. ***Action taken on HF 1038 will be procedural HF 448 (Mullery) Emergency 911 systems allowed to include referral to mental health crisis teams.

Labor and Consumer Protection Division

Friday, March 20, 2009
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Meeting at 10:30 AM
Agenda:
HF1306 (Hornstein)Cocoa bean shell mulch retail sale notice required. HF1767 (Nelson) Unlicensed construction contractor and subcontractor registration required, fee imposed. HF1671 (Carlson) Labor or employee organizations provisions modified. HF626 (Bly) MFIP assistance extended, unemployment compensation modified, foreclosure provisions augmented, jobs creation program established, layoffs limited, and money appropriated. HF19 (Mullery) Postponement provided for property sales. HF675 (Hilstrom) has been removed from the agenda

Commerce and Labor

Thursday, March 19, 2009
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Meeting at 4:30 PM
Agenda:
HF357 (Falk) Community-based energy development project tariff and contract provisions modified. HF1619 (Atkins) Minnesota No-Fault Automobile Act's funeral and burial expense benefits increased. HF818 (Hilstrom) Financial records disclosure in connection with financial exploitation investigations authorized, procedures for reporting and investigating maltreatment modified, duties of financial institutions in cases of financial exploitation specified, and penalties imposed. HF1149 (Juhnke) Telecommunications promotion activities provisions modified. HF1418 (Nelson) Plumbing regulated. HF705 (Loeffler) Preventive health care promoted by requiring high deductible health plans used with a health savings account to cover preventive care with no deductible as permitted by federal law. HF908 (Urdahl) Shared work employer plans extended by one year. HF690 (Hortman), HF1214 (Davnie) and HF 326 (Clark) have been removed from the agenda.

State and Local Government Operations Reform, Technology and Elections

Thursday, March 19, 2009
Meeting at 8:30 AM
Agenda:
HF817 (Kahn) Postsecondary institution requirements expanded to report resident student information to the secretary of state for voter registration purposes, and enhanced access required to voter registration records of returned absentee ballots on the World wide Web. HF1053 (Simon) Public officials required to provide additional data to the secretary of state for use in maintaining the voter registration system, and automatic voter registration of applicants for a driver's license, instruction permit, or identification card provided. HF13 (Juhnke) State designer selection board abolished.
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