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Minnesota Legislature
2005-2006 Regular Session

FORTY-SIXTH MEETING - Rules and Legislative Administration

May 18, 2006

STATE OF MINNESOTA FORTY-SIXTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES EIGHTY-FOURTH SESSION

COMMITTEE ON RULES AND LEGISLATIVE ADMINISTRATION

MINUTES


Representative Paulsen called the forty-sixth meeting of the Committee on Rules and Legislative Administration to order at 2:21 p.m. on Thursday, May 18, 2006 in Room 118 of the State Capitol.

The Clerk noted the roll.

Members present:

PAULSEN, Erik, Chair
ABRAMS, Ron
ANDERSON, Bruce
BERNARDY, Connie
CARLSON, Lyndon
HOPPE, Joe
HOSCH, Larry
JOHNSON, Jeff
JUHNKE, Al
KELLIHER, Margaret
KOHLS, Paul
LOEFFLER, Diane
MAGNUS, Doug
MOE, Frank
OZMENT, Dennis
POPPE, Jeanne
SAILER, Brita
SAMUELSON, Char
SEIFERT, Marty
SERTICH, Tony
SMITH, Steve
SVIGGUM, Steve
TINGELSTAD, Kathy


Members excused:

NONE

A quorum was present.

The first matter under consideration was the approval of the minutes from the meeting on Wednesday, May 17, 2006.

Rep. Moe moved that the minutes be approved.

The MOTION PREVAILED; THE MINUTES FROM THE MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 2006 WERE APPROVED.

The second matter under consideration was the approval of the Proposed Supplemental Calendar for the Day for Thursday, May 18, 2006.

Rep. Smith moved that the Proposed Supplemental Calendar for the Day be approved.

The MOTION PREVAILED; THE PROPOSED CALENDAR FOR THE DAY FOR THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2006 WAS APPROVED.

The third matter under consideration was bills pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03.

The first bill was SF3260 (Severson).

Rep. Paulsen moved that SF3260 be recommended to pass and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be placed on the General Register.

Rep. Severson explained why the bill did not meet committee deadlines.

Discussion.

Rep. Paulsen renewed his motion that SF3260 be recommended to pass and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be placed on the General Register.

The MOTION PREVAILED; SF3260 WAS RECOMMENDED TO PASS AND BE PLACED ON THE GENERAL REGISTER.

The second bill was SF2706 (Penas).

Rep. Paulsen moved that SF2706 be recommended to pass and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be placed on the General Register.

Rep. Penas explained why the bill did not meet committee deadlines.

Discussion.

Rep. Paulsen renewed his motion that SF2706 be recommended to pass and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be placed on the General Register.

The MOTION PREVAILED; SF2706 WAS RECOMMENDED TO PASS AND BE PLACED ON THE GENERAL REGISTER.

The third bill was SF367 (Abeler).

Rep. Paulsen moved that SF367 be recommended to pass and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be placed on the General Register.

Rep. Abeler explained why the bill did not meet committee deadlines.

Rep. Paulsen moved that the HDA-709 amendment to SF367 be adopted.

Discussion.

Rep. Paulsen renewed his motion that the HDA-709 amendment to SF367 be adopted.

The MOTION PREVAILED; THE HDA-709 WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Paulsen renewed his motion that SF367 be recommended to pass as amended and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be placed on the General Register.

The MOTION PREVAILED; SF367 WAS RECOMMENDED TO PASS AS AMENDED AND BE PLACED ON THE GENERAL REGISTER.

The fourth bill was SF2239 (Smith).


Rep. Smith moved that SF2239 be recommended to pass and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

Rep. Smith explained why SF2239 did not meet committee deadlines.

Discussion.

Rep. Sviggum moved that the S2239-A3 amendment be adopted.

Rep. Sviggum presented the S2239-A3 amendment.

Discussion.

Rep. Sviggum renewed his motion that the S2239-A3 amendment be adopted.

The MOTION PREVAILED; THE S2239-A3 AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Smith renewed his motion that SF2239 be recommended to pass as amended and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

The MOTION PREVAILED; SF2239 WAS RECOMMENDED TO PASS AS AMENDED AND BE RE-REFERRED TO THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS.

The fifth bill was SF1057 (Ozment).

Rep. Ozment moved that SF1057 be recommended to pass and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03, be re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

Rep. Ozment moved that the S1057-11A amendment be adopted.

Rep. Ozment offered an oral amendment to the S1057-11A amendment.

Page 58, delete lines 58.7 through 58.15.
Page 58, line 58.17, change the word “Sections” to “Section”; delete “and 2 are”; insert “is” after the word “Section”.
Page 59, line 59.14, insert the word “teacher” after the word “Minnesota” and again after the word “with”.

Rep. Ozment presented the S1057-11A amendment.

Discussion.

Rep. Ozment renewed his motion that the S1057-11A amendment be adopted.

Rep. Thissen joined Rep. Ozment at the table.

Rep. Thissen moved that the HDA-956 amendment to the S1057-11A amendment.

Rep. Thissen presented the HDA-956 amendment.

Discussion.

Rep. Ozment moved that the S1057-11A amendment as modified by the HDA-956 amendment be adopted.

The MOTION PREVAILED; THE S1057-11A AMENDMENT AS MODIFIED BY THE HDA-956 AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Ozment renewed his motion that SF1057 be recommended to pass as amended and, pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03 be re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

The MOTION PREVAILED; SF1057 WAS RECOMMENDED TO PASS AS AMENDED
AND BE RE-REFERRED TO THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS.

The fourth matter under consideration was end of year resolutions.

The first resolution was the 2006-R4 resolution, Resolution on Parking.

Rep. Paulsen moved that the 2006-R4 resolution be adopted.

The MOTION PREVAILED; THE 2006-R4 RESOLUTION WAS ADOPTED.

The second resolution was the 2006-R5 resolution, Journal Resolution.

Rep. Paulsen moved that the 2006-R5 resolution be adopted.

The MOTION PREVAILED; THE 2006-R5 RESOLUTION WAS ADOPTED.

The second resolution was the 2006-R6 resolution, Resolution on Facilities.

Rep. Paulsen moved that the 2006-R6 resolution be adopted.

The MOTION PREVAILED; THE 2006-R6 RESOLUTION WAS ADOPTED.

The meeting adjourned at 2:52 p.m.


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REP. ERIK PAULSEN, CHAIR


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Lesley Hinz
Committee Legislative Assistant