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Audio/Video Archives - 2019-2020 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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Ways and Means

Friday, October 04, 2019
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Meeting at 9:00 AM
Agenda:
Presentation by Bill Marx, Chief Fiscal Analyst, on state budget House leadership and Ways and Means Committee will hear from community leaders from the City of Winona on issues of concern **Please note: this field hearing is part of the Minnesota House of Representatives Mini Session and no official Committee action will be taken**
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Property and Local Tax Division

Thursday, October 03, 2019
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Taxes

Thursday, October 03, 2019
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Meeting at 9:00 AM
Agenda:
Joint Tax Committee and Property Tax Division Hearing on Property Taxes 9:00 am - 10:30 am Winona City Hall 207 Lafayette Street, Winona MN 55987 Public informational hearing on local property taxes, including testimony and discussion on what costs are increasing the most for local governments and the impact on the community. I. Review of 2019 major law changes on local taxes and aids to local governments. II. Testimony from local officials on the main expenses their jurisdictions face, what costs are increasing most significantly, and challenges they face in setting budgets. III. Testimony from the public Individuals may sign up to provide testimony by contacting the committee administrator, Nathan Jesson at nathan.jesson@house.mn.
Meeting at 3:00 PM
Agenda:
Joint Tax Committee and Property Tax Division Hearing on Property Taxes 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Four Seasons Community Center 900 N Kingston St Caledonia, MN 55921 Public informational hearing on local property taxes, including testimony and discussion on what costs are increasing the most for local governments and the impact on the community. This afternoon hearing will also feature discussion on agricultural property taxes and the unique factors they present for the state and taxpayers. I. Review of 2019 major law changes on local taxes and aids to local governments, and taxes on agricultural land II. Testimony from local officials on the main expenses their jurisdictions face, what costs are increasing most significantly, challenges they face in setting budgets, and taxes on agricultural land III. Testimony from the public Individuals may sign up to provide testimony by contacting the committee administrator, Nathan Jesson at nathan.jesson@house.mn.

Environment and Natural Resources Policy

Thursday, October 03, 2019
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Meeting at 4:30 PM
Agenda:
As part of the Mini Session, the Environment and Natural Resources Policy, Finance and Legacy Committees will hold an informational hearing with an update on pollinators and plastics in water. All members of the community are invited to attend, and the committee welcomes public testimony. 4:30-6:00 PM Winona State University Stark Hall Auditorium 390 Winona Street Winona, MN 55987

Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division

Thursday, October 03, 2019
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Meeting at 4:30 PM
Agenda:
As part of the Mini Session, the Environment and Natural Resources Policy, Finance and Legacy Committees will hold an informational hearing with an update on pollinators and plastics in water. All members of the community are invited to attend, and the committee welcomes public testimony. 4:30-6:00 PM Winona State University Stark Hall Auditorium 390 Winona Street Winona, MN 55987
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Legacy Finance Division

Thursday, October 03, 2019
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Meeting at 4:30 PM
Agenda:
As part of the Mini Session, the Environment and Natural Resources Policy, Finance and Legacy Committees will hold an informational hearing with an update on pollinators and plastics in water. All members of the community are invited to attend, and the committee welcomes public testimony. 4:30-6:00 PM Winona State University Stark Hall Auditorium 390 Winona Street Winona, MN 55987

Transportation Finance and Policy Division

Thursday, October 03, 2019
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Meeting at 2:00 PM
Agenda:
FIELD HEARING -- Winona City Hall As part of the Mini Session, the Transportation Finance & Policy Division will hold a hearing on transportation issues in Southeast Minnesota. Bills will be heard on an informational basis only. All members of the community are invited to attend, and the committee welcomes public testimony. 2:00 p.m. Winona City Hall 207 Lafayette Street Winona, MN 55987 Individuals may sign up to provide testimony by contacting the committee administrator: John.Howe@house.mn
Bills Added:
HF1493 (Hausman) - Passenger rail infrastructure development funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1804 (Hausman) - Twin Cities-Milwaukee-Chicago (TCMC) second train development funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF1930 (Torkelson) - Minnesota rail service improvement program funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF2504 (Torkelson) - Winthrop and Hanley Falls; Minnesota Valley Regional Rail Authority funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

Health and Human Services Finance Division

Wednesday, October 02, 2019
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Meeting at 2:00 PM
Agenda:
NOTE: This hearing will be part of mini-session and held in Rochester, Minnesota at the University of Minnesota-Rochester, Room 417 111 S Broadway, Rochester MN. I. Overview of Pharmaceutical Drug Prices: Vincent Rajkumar, MD, Mayo Clinic II. Recap of Prescription Drug Proposals and Next Steps a. Pharmacy Benefit Manager Licensure Implementation: Peter Brickwedde, Assistant Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Commerce b. Update on Prescription Drug Bills: i. HF1246 (Morrison) Prescription Drug Price Transparency Act established, and report required. ii. HF4 (Lesch) Drug manufacturer or distributor prohibited from charging unconscionable prices for prescription drugs; Board of Pharmacy, commissioner of human services, and health plan companies required to notify the attorney general of certain prescription drug price increases; attorney general authorized to take action against drug manufacturers and wholesalers related to price increases; and civil penalties imposed. iii. HF1523 (Cantrell) Commissioner of human services directed to establish prescription drug purchasing program, and program authority and eligibility requirements specified. III. Civica Overview: Eric Tichy, Vice Chair of Pharmacy Supply, Mayo Clinic IV. Public Comment on Prescription Drug Pricing Please contact Patrick McQuillan (Patrick.McQuillan@house.mn) and Krysta Niedernhofer (Krysta.Niedernhofer@house.mn) by Tuesday at 3 pm if you would like to give public testimony on Prescription drug pricing. The hearing will be informational.
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Subcommittee on Elections

Wednesday, October 02, 2019
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Meeting at 10:15 AM
Agenda:
Informational hearing at Austin City Hall on the Census and redistricting. --Matt Gehring, House Research --Sam Fettig, Chicago Regional Census Center; United States Census Bureau; Emmett Morris, Minnesota Partnership Coordinator; Andrew Virden, Director of Census Operations and Engagement, Minnesota Department of Administration --Susan Brower, State Demographer, Minnesota State Demographic Center, Department of Administration --Public testimony PLEASE NOTE: Testimony will be limited. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please contact Amanda Rudolph at amanda.rudolph@house.mn.
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Health and Human Services Policy

Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Meeting at 1:00 PM
Agenda:
NOTE: THIS IS AN INFORMATIONAL HEARING. NO FORMAL ACTION WILL BE TAKEN ON BILLS. HF2152 (Freiberg) - End-of-life option for terminally ill adults established, and criminal penalties imposed. HF1400 (Morrison) - Health care interpreters spoken language registry system established, report required, and money appropriated. HF1741 (Zerwas) - Living organ donors; status discrimination prohibited, paid leave benefits extended, unpaid leave required, and a conforming change made. HF1247 (Baker) - Anatomical gift that is an eye or an eye part required to be passed on to the Lions Gift of Sight at the University of Minnesota.
Bills Added:
HF2152 (Freiberg) - End-of-life option for terminally ill adults established, and criminal penalties imposed.
HF1400 (Morrison) - Health care interpreters spoken language registry system established, report required, and money appropriated.
HF1741 (Zerwas) - Living organ donors; status discrimination prohibited, paid leave benefits extended, unpaid leave required, and a conforming change made.
HF1247 (Baker) - Anatomical gift that is an eye or an eye part required to be passed on to the Lions Gift of Sight at the University of Minnesota.

Subcommittee on Legislative Process Reform

Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Meeting at 1:00 PM
Agenda:
Subcommittee on Legislative Process Reform Chair: Rep. Gene Pelowski Meeting: Wednesday, July 10, 2019 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM 200 State Office Building Agenda: I. Call To Order II. Roll Call III. Presentation by nonpartisan staff: General Overview of Legislative Process Reform IV. Presentation by nonpartisan staff: the Budget Cycle V. Presentation by nonpartisan staff: the Omnibus Bill Process VI. Adjournment
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Rules and Legislative Administration

Wednesday, June 05, 2019
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Meeting at 10:30 AM
Agenda:
Rules and Legislative Administration Chair: Rep. Ryan Winkler Meeting: Wednesday, June 05, 2019 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM 400N State Office Building Agenda: I. Call To Order II. Roll Call III. Approval of Minutes for May 18, 2019. IV. Adoption of House Resolutions and Policies. V. Adjournment
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Health and Human Services Finance Division

Friday, May 24, 2019
Meeting at 5:15 PM
Agenda:
UPDATED TIME: 5:15 PM Special Session Omnibus HHS Bill Walkthrough of spreadsheet. Agency Testimony: Commissioner Tony Lourey, Minnesota Department of Human Services Commissioner Jan Malcolm, Minnesota Department of Health Materials will be posted when available.
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Jobs and Economic Development Finance Division

Thursday, May 23, 2019
Meeting at 12:30 PM
Agenda:
Informational hearing on the Special Session Omnibus Jobs & Energy bill. Nonpartisan staff walk-through of articles and spreadsheets. Materials will be provided when available. No official action will be taken. If you would like to provide testimony, please email michael.mollner@house.mn.
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Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division

Thursday, May 23, 2019
Meeting at 12:00 PM
Agenda:
Informational hearing on the Special Session Omnibus Environment and Natural Resources Bill. Nonpartisan staff walk-through of articles and spreadsheets. Materials will be provided when available. No official action will be taken. If you would like to provide brief testimony, please email Peter.Strohmeier@house.mn.
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Taxes

Thursday, May 23, 2019
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Meeting at 2:00 PM
Agenda:
Informational hearing on the Special Session Omnibus Tax bill. Nonpartisan staff walk-through of articles and spreadsheets. Materials will be provided when available. No official action will be taken. If you would like to provide brief testimony, please email nathan.jesson@house.mn.
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State Government Finance Division

Thursday, May 23, 2019
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Meeting at 8:00 AM
Agenda:
I. Informational hearing on the Special Session Omnibus State Government Finance bill. Nonpartisan staff walk-through articles and spreadsheets. Materials will be provided when available. No official action will be taken. Contact Jim Gelbmann at jim.gelbmann@house.mn if you would like to testify. Testimony may be limited due to time constraints; individuals are asked to limit testimony to no more than 2 minutes per person. II. LCPR 19-035 Pension Bill Draft Susan Lenczewski, Executive Director, Legislative Commission on Pensions and Retirement Informational hearing - no official action will be taken
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Transportation Finance and Policy Division

Thursday, May 23, 2019
Meeting at 9:00 AM
Agenda:
Informational hearing on the Special Session Omnibus Transportation Finance & Policy bill. Nonpartisan staff walk-through of articles. Materials will be provided when available. No official action will be taken. If you would like to provide brief testimony, please email John.Howe@house.mn.
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Transportation Finance and Policy Division

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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Meeting at 4:00 PM
Agenda:
Informational hearing on the Special Session Omnibus Transportation Finance & Policy bill. Nonpartisan staff walk-through of articles and spreadsheets. Materials will be provided when available. No official action will be taken. If you would like to provide brief testimony, please email John.Howe@house.mn.
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Legacy Finance Division

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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Meeting at 2:00 PM
Agenda:
Informational hearing on the Special Session Omnibus Legacy Finance Bill (Revisor # 19-5218) House staff will walk through the bill and the spreadsheet. Materials will be posted when they are available. If you wish to testify, contact Mike Molzahn at mike.molzahn@house.mn
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