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Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Division

Meets: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 9:45 a.m. in Room 10
Committee Chair: Rep. John Lesch (66B)
Vice Chair: Rep. Kelly Moller (42A)

Staff

Committee Administrator: Rachel Ganani 651-296-5071
Committee Legislative Assistant: Latisha Townsend 651-296-3305

Division Reports

Committee Documents

Meeting Minutes

Upcoming Meetings

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 9:45 AM

Chair: Rep. John Lesch
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:

**No Committee Hearing this day**

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 9:45 AM

Chair: Rep. John Lesch
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:

**no committee hearing**

Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 9:45 AM

Chair: Rep. John Lesch
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:

HF 557 (Mann): Physician-patient relationship protected by prohibiting non-compete agreements

HF 2195 (Pryor) [PENDING REFERRAL]

HF 1683 (Long) [PENDING REFERRAL; clone bill being dropped]

HF 2206 (Albright): Health licensing technical changes made, and duty to warn and mental health professionals reciprocity expanded

HF 2367 (Dehn): Certifying entities to timely process visa certification documents

HF 1603 (Dehn) Election and campaign finance; various policy and technical changes made, automatic voter registration provided...
***this is the elections omnibus bill, we are hearing the bill for limited purposes. The scope of our jurisdiction involves the data practices provisions: lines 2.6-2.9; 8.6-8.7; 42.31-43.4 and 76.28-76.29 and the penalty provisions: lines 56.20-57.16; 67.17-68.2; 69.10-69.15***

HF 1784 (Cantrell): University of Minnesota required to conduct early neutral evaluation participant survey and study, report required ...

HF 2000 (Lee) Contract and certificate of compliance requirements changed

HF 2001 (Cantrell): Workforce certificates of compliance ensured to apply equally to in-state and out-of-state contractors

HF 1909 (Lesch) [PENDING REFERRAL]

HF 1679 (Noor): Juvenile hearings and records prohibited from public, juvenile court delinquency jurisdiction raised to age 13...

**bills may be added or removed**

**Please note: this hearing is scheduled to run from 9:45 am -12:30 pm. If the agenda is not completed by 12:30 pm, the committee will recess and reconvene at 5 pm, or 15 minutes after the floor session ends (if session doesn't end by 5 pm) in hearing room 500N**

*If you'd like to testify, please contact Rachel Ganani, Committee Administrator, at: Rachel.ganani@house.mn; testifiers will be asked to keep testimony to 2 minutes or less*

Bills:
  • HF1784 (Cantrell) - University of Minnesota required to conduct early neutral evaluation participant survey and study, report required, and money appropriated.
  • HF557 (Mann) - Physician-patient relationship protected by prohibiting noncompete agreements.
  • HF1679 (Noor) - Juvenile hearings and records prohibited from the public, juvenile court delinquency jurisdiction raised to age 13, and human services disqualifications modified.
  • HF2206 (Albright) - Health licensing technical changes made, and mental health professionals and social workers duty to warn and reciprocity expanded.
  • HF1603 (Dehn) - Election and campaign finance; various policy and technical changes made, automatic voter registration provided, voting rights of persons with felony convictions restored, early voting provided, automatic absentee ballot delivery authorized, ranked-choice voting authorized, National Popular Vote Interstate Compact adopted, campaign finance reporting requirements modified for Hennepin County elections and political subdivisions, expressly advocating definition modified, reporting of electioneering communications required, redistricting commission established, and money appropriated.
  • HF2367 (Dehn) - Certifying entities required to timely process visa certification documents.
  • HF2001 (Cantrell) - Workforce certificates of compliance ensured to apply equally to in-state and out-of-state contractors.
  • HF1683 (Long) - Energy usage data maintained by utilities access rights provided.
  • HF1909 (Lesch) - Wine direct shippers regulated; sales and use taxes, liquor gross receipts taxes, and excise taxes on direct shipments of wine imposed; licensing and required reports provided; data classification provided; and bootlegging prohibited.
  • HF2195 (Pryor) - Early care and education program requirements governed including quality rating and improvement system, implementation outreach, universal identified requirements, and data practices evaluation; early care and education coordination task force established; technical changes made; and money appropriated.
  • HF2000 (Lee) - Contract and certificate of compliance requirements changed