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39th MEETING - Finance

2009-2010 Regular Session

STATE OF MINNESOTA 39th MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES EIGHTY-SIXTH SESSION

FINANCE COMMITTEE

MINUTES


Representative Carlson, Chair of the Finance Committee, called the meeting to order at
1:32 P.M. on Friday, March 12, 2010, in Room 200 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:


Carlson, Lyndon, Chair
Benson, John, Vice Chair
Buesgens, Mark
Brod, Laura
Champion, Bobby Joe
Clark, Karen
Emmer, Tom
Greiling, Mindy
Hackbarth, Tom
Hausman, Alice
Hilty, Bill
Howes, Larry
Huntley, Thomas
Juhnke, Al
Kahn, Phyllis
Kiffmeyer, Mary
Knuth, Kate
Kohls, Paul
Lenczewski, Ann
Murphy, Mary
Paymar, Michael
Pelowski, Gene
Peppin, Joyce
Rukavina, Tom
Shimanski, Ron
Simon, Steve
Slawik, Nora
Smith, Steve
Solberg, Loren
Thissen, Paul
Wagenius, Jean
Winkler, Ryan

Member excused: Garofalo
A quorum was present.

Vice Chair Benson moved approval of the minutes of Monday, March 8, 2010. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE MINUTES WERE APPROVED.

Rep. Huntley moved adoption of the Health Care and Human Services Finance Division Report for HF802, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Huntley moved that HF802, First Committee Engrossment, be recommended to pass and re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

Rep. Murphy, E. presented HF802, First Committee Engrossment (Murphy, E.) Hospital root cause analysis requirements clarified, Minnesota Board of Nursing investigations clarified, and hospital payment for certain hospital-acquired conditions and treatments prohibited.

Rep. Huntley renewed the motion that HF802, First Committee Engrossment, be recommended to pass and re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Carlson moved that HF1671, First Engrossment, be recommended to pass and re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

Rep. Carlson presented HF1671, First Engrossment (Carlson) Supplemental budget bill.

Rep. Champion moved adoption of the Transportation Finance and Policy Division Report for HF2591, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Champion moved to delete everything after the enacting clause in HF1671, First Engrossment, and insert the language from HF2591, First Committee Engrossment.

Rep. Lieder presented HF2591, First Committee Engrossment (Lieder) Local bridge funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.


Rep. Champion renewed the motion delete everything after the enacting clause in HF1671, First Engrossment, and insert the language from HF2591, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Murphy, M. moved adoption of the Cultural and Outdoor Resources Finance Division Report for HF3015, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Murphy, M. moved to incorporate the language from HF3015, First Committee Engrossment, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended, except for Section 16 (lines 4.25-5.3) and Section 19 (lines 7.29-7.35).

Rep. Murphy, M. and Rep. Will Morgan presented HF3015, First Committee Engrossment (Murphy, M.) Film production cost reimbursement provided.

Rep. Murphy, M. renewed the motion to incorporate the language from HF3015, First Committee Engrossment, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended, except for Section 16 (lines 4.25-5.3) and Section 19 (lines 7.29-7.35). THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Juhnke moved adoption of the Agriculture, Rural Economies and Veterans Affairs Finance Division Report for HF3438, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Juhnke moved to incorporate the language from HF3438, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended.

Rep. Juhnke moved to amend HF3438, First Committee Engrossment. (See attached amendment H3438A4) THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Juhnke presented HF3438, First Committee Engrossment, as amended (Juhnke) Veteran home appropriation designation removed.

Rep. Juhnke renewed the motion to incorporate the language from HF3438, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Clark moved adoption the Housing and Public Health Policy and Finance Division Report for HF1354, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Clark moved to incorporate the language from HF1354, First Committee Engrossment, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended.

Rep. Clark presented HF1354, First Committee Engrossment (Clark) Nonprofit housing bonds authorized, and money appropriated.

Rep. Clark renewed the motion to incorporate the language from HF1354, First Committee Engrossment, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Hilty moved adoption of the Energy Policy and Finance Division Report for HF1741, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Hilty moved to incorporate the language from HF1741, First Committee Engrossment, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended.

Rep. Hilty moved to amend HF1741, First Committee Engrossment. (See attached amendment H1741A3). THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Hilty presented HF1741, First Committee Engrossment, as amended (Hilty) Cromwell; energy-efficient furnace and light bulb funding provided, and money appropriated.



Rep. Hilty renewed the motion to incorporate the language from HF1741, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Wagenius moved adoption of the Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division Report for HF2314, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Wagenius moved to incorporate the language from HF2314, First Committee Engrossment into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended.

Rep. Wagenius moved to amend HF2314, First Committee Engrossment. (See attached amendment H2314A1). THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Wagenius presented HF2314, First Committee Engrossment, as amended (Wagenius) Natural resources, Water and Soil Resources, and Pollution Control Agency funding provided to post budgets on Web sites.

Rep. Peppin moved to amend HF2314, First Committee Engrossment, as amended. (See attached amendment H2314A2). THE MOTION FAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS NOT ADOPTED.

Rep. Wagenius renewed the motion to incorporate the language from HF2314, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Paymar moved adoption of the Public Safety Finance Division Report for HF1270, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Paymar moved to incorporate the language from HF1270, First Committee Engrossment, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended.

Rep. Paymar moved to amend HF1270, First Committee Engrossment. (See attached amendment H1270A14). THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Paymar presented HF1270, First Committee Engrossment, as amended (Paymar) Short-term offender pilot project development required, county of community corrections departments authorized to develop pilot-project for short-term offender commitments, and reports provided.

Rep. Paymar renewed the motion to incorporate the language from HF1270, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Kahn moved adoption of the State Government Finance Division Report for HF3449, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Kahn moved to incorporate the language from HF3449, First Committee Engrossment, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended.

Rep. Kahn presented HF3449, First Committee Engrossment (Kahn) State government programs or activities money appropriated or reduced, and provisions changed relating to expenses of governor-elect, income earned by the permanent school fund, lease-purchase agreements, general services, resource recovery, payment of aids and credits to school districts, tax return preparers, and implied consent.

Rep. Solberg moved to amend HF3449, First Committee Engrossment. (See attached amendment H3449A27). THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Buesgens moved to amend HF3449, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, as follows:

Page 10, Delete Section 5

THE MOTION FAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS NOT ADOPTED.

Rep. Buesgens moved to amend HF3449, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, as follows:

Page 11-12, Delete Section 7

Dave Fielding, Director, Plant Management Division, Administration Building, testified on the proposed amendment

THE MOTION FAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS NOT ADOPTED.

Rep. Kahn renewed the motion to incorporate the language from HF3449, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, into HF1671, First Engrossment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Rukavina moved adoption of the Higher Education and Workforce Development Policy and Finance Division Report for HF1835, First Committee Engrossment. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Rukavina moved to incorporate the language from HF1835, First Committee Engrossment, into House File 1671, First Engrossment, as amended.

Rep. Rukavina moved to amend HF1835, First Committee Engrossment. (See attached amendment H1835A23).

Rep. Rukavina moved to incorporate a technical amendment to amendment H1835A23, as follows:

Page 1, line 3, delete "17" and insert "22"
Page 1, line 4, delete "18" and insert "23"

THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE AMENDMENT, AS AMENDED, WAS ADOPTED.
Rep. Rukavina moved to amend HF1835, First Committee Engrossment, as amended. (See attached amendment H1835A24).
Rep. Rukavina moved to incorporate a technical amendment to amendment H1835A24, as follows:
Page 1, line 3, delete "21" and insert "25"
THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE AMENDMENT, AS AMENDED, WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Rukavina presented HF1835, First Committee Engrossment, as amended (Haws) State grant program's living and miscellaneous expense allowance set.

Rep. Rukavina renewed the motion to incorporate the language from HF1835, First Committee Engrossment, as amended, into House File 1671, First Engrossment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Chair Carlson moved to direct staff to amend the title, correct internal references, correct any technical errors and renumber accordingly and renew the motion that HF1671, First Engrossment, be recommended to pass as amended, and re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Rep. Hausman moved adoption of the Capital Investment Division Report for HF3492. THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE DIVISION REPORT WAS ADOPTED.

Rep. Hausman moved that HF3492 be recommended to pass and re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

Rep. Hausman moved to amend HF3492. (See attached amendment H3492A1). THE MOTION PREVAILED. THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.
Rep. Hausman presented HF3492, as amended (Hausman) Higher education asset preservation and replacement funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

Rep. Hausman renewed the motion that HF3492, as amended, be recommended to pass and re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

The following Finance Committee Bills were referred by memo on March 8, 9, 11, 2010.

As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Agriculture, Rural Economies and Veterans Affairs Finance Division:
HF3438 Al Juhnke Veteran home appropriation designation removed.
HF3439 Al Juhnke Commissioner of veterans affairs authority clarified to spend certain funds.
HF3509 Al Juhnke Department of Veterans Affairs report requirement repealed on the status of a construction project priority listing.
SF2340 Larry Haws Active purple heart recipients made eligible for combat wounded vehicle license plate.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Capital Investment Finance Division:
HF3492 Alice Hausman Higher education asset preservation and replacement funding provided, bonds
issued, and money appropriated.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Early Childhood Finance and Policy:
HF3510 Sandra Peterson Department of Early Childhood Care and Education created.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Energy Finance and Policy Division:
HF3109 Jeremy Kalin Local assessments for energy improvements by cities and counties permitted, and green revenue bonds authorized.
HF3414 Bill Hilty Public Utilities Commission supplemental funding authorized, and money appropriated.
HF3415 Jeremy Kalin Public Utilities Commission's decisions required to further goals of state energy
efficiency and renewable energy, showings modified in certificate of need process,
HF3455 Ron Shimanski Conservation investment program spending temporarily authorized for emergency bill payment assistance.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division:
HF3502 Jean Wagenius Metropolitan area groundwater monitoring account and fee established, and money appropriated.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Health Care and Human Services Finance Division:
HF2002 Matt Dean General assistance medical care, medical assistance, and MinnesotaCare billing and collections direction provided.
HF3047 Tom Huntley Office of Health Care Inspector General created, and commissioner of human services duties modified.
HF3178 Cy Thao Medical assistance providers required to use oral language interpreters who are listed in the interpreter registry or roster.
HF3246 Tina Liebling Chemical dependency treatment pilot projects created.
HF3269 Julie Bunn Medical assistance dental coverage modified, eligibility criteria modified for the critical access dental programs, and criteria set for designating and terminating

HF3520 Patti Fritz Commissioner of human services required to seek federal match for specified grant expenditures, and a report required.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are recalled from the Higher Education and Workforce Development Finance and Policy Division:
HF2849 Kim Norton Minnesota and Wisconsin small business start-ups comparative study of state laws provided.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Higher Education and Workforce Development Finance and Policy Division:
HF2781 Mike Obermueller Labor and industry licensing provisions modified, and license fees modified and imposed.
HF3448 Tom Rukavina Minnesota State Colleges and Universities; pilot project established for the local deposit of certain reserves.
HF3472 Bud Nornes Cap raised for revenue bonds authorized for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System.
HF3495 Carol McFarlane Data matching authorized, institution eligibility modified, award procedures, scholarship priorities, and powers and duties established, refunds provided, terms
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Housing Finance and Policy and Public Health Finance Division:
HF3519 Karen Clark Prairie Island; work group established to design a plan to monitor air and groundwater emissions from the Prairie Island nuclear plant, design of a
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the K-12 Education Finance Division:
HF2106 David Bly Alternative learning centers and charter schools five-year pilot program established to identify systemic improvement measures to best serve eligible
HF3478 John Benson School district mandates reduced, additional flexibility allowed, and certain fund transfers authorized.
HF3503 Jerry Newton Beaver control provided by road authorities.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Public Safety Finance Division:
HF3081 Debra Hilstrom Criminal sexual conduct in the first degree penalty increased.
HF3103 Steve Drazkowski Child pornography related definition amended.
HF3191 Terry Morrow Sexual contact in secure treatment facilities included as criminal sexual conduct in the fourth degree.
HF3276 Debra Hilstrom Criminal abuse of a vulnerable adult crime made a registrable offense under the predatory offender registration law.
As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the State Government Finance Division:
HF2557 Phyllis Kahn State Webmaster position established, and state chief information officer required to develop standards for enhanced public access to state electronic
HF2849 Kim Norton Minnesota and Wisconsin small business start-ups comparative study of state laws provided.
HF2922 Paul Thissen Minneapolis Employees Retirement Fund; administrative functions transferred to the Public Employees Retirement Association, consolidation account created
HF3449 Phyllis Kahn State government programs or activities money appropriated or reduced, and provisions changed relating to expenses of governor-elect, income earned by the
HF3515 Ryan Winkler Name of state accounting and procurement system specified.

As of Monday, March 08, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Transportation Finance and Policy Division:
HF3441 Kurt Zellers Maple Grove; bridge reconstruction funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF3452 Bernie Lieder Trunk highway bond authorization date provided.
HF3486 Terry Morrow Financial assistance changes made for public transit, federal aid governing requirements established, local share of transit provider operating costs governing
HF3490 Mary Liz Holberg Requirements established governing capital requests and legislative reporting for projects to establish fixed guideway transit and rail lines.
HF3505 Torrey Westrom Bronze Star veteran's special license plate authorized.
As of Tuesday, March 09, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Agriculture, Rural Economies and Veterans Affairs Finance Division:
HF3583 Jeremy Kalin County veteran service officer intern grant funding provided, and money appropriated.
As of Tuesday, March 09, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division:
HF3094 Kent Eken Natural resources provisions modified relating to administrative accounts, electronic transactions, registration exemptions, ATV restrictions, state trails and
HF3580 Terry Morrow Fort Ridgely State Park campground road funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
As of Tuesday, March 09, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Health Care and Human Services Finance Division:
HF3544 Tom Huntley State health care program payment rates reduced to managed care plans, and state health care program fee-for-service payment rates increased.
HF3571 Lyle Koenen Publicly owned nursing facilities rate increase authorized, and local share required for nonfederal medical assistance costs.
As of Tuesday, March 09, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Higher Education and Workforce Development Finance and Policy Division:
HF3048 Kim Norton Construction codes and licensing provisions modified, and certain notice provisions modified.
HF3127 Jim Davnie Administrative, benefit, and tax provisions modified.
HF3517 Karen Clark Cosmetology licensing provisions modified, fees imposed, rulemaking required, and money appropriated.
HF3570 Jerry Newton Loan program expanded to veteran-owned small businesses.
As of Tuesday, March 09, 2010 the following bills are referred to the K-12 Education Finance Division:
HF3532 Sandra Peterson School district not required to provide educational services to students without disabilities from other states.
HF3539 John Benson
HF3569 Jerry Newton School districts authorized to transfer money among funds and accounts.
HF3581 Tim Faust Alternative teacher compensation program funding transferred to the general education revenue basic formula allowance.
As of Tuesday, March 09, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Public Safety Finance Division:
HF1270 Michael Paymar Short-term offender pilot project development required, county of community corrections departments authorized to develop pilot-project for short-term offender
As of Tuesday, March 09, 2010 the following bills are referred to the State Government Finance Division:

HF2509 Phyllis Kahn General fund matching appropriations transfer to the Help America Vote Act account provided.
HF3529 Jim Abeler Information provided in fiscal notes and revenue estimates modified.
HF3589 Kory Kath Contracts for professional or technical services reporting threshold reduced.
As of Tuesday, March 09, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Transportation Finance and Policy Division:
HF3524 Bernie Lieder Authorization and discontinuance of special plates governing provisions modified.
HF3576 Bernie Lieder Transportation economic development assistance program established, accounts and appropriating funds established, petroleum tank release cleanup fee
HF3578 Michael Beard Transportation, Metropolitan Council, and public safety activities or program money appropriated or appropriations reduced; transportation projects, contracts,
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Agriculture, Rural Economies and Veterans Affairs Finance Division:
HF3262 Dave Olin Compensation program modified for livestock crippled or destroyed by a gray wolf.
HF3295 Tim Faust Pesticide control provisions changed, waiver of fee authorized, bovine tuberculosis control provided, native grasses and wildflower seed production and incentive
HF3497 Rick Hansen Tree care and tree trimming company registration required, and sale and distribution of firewood regulated.
HF3595 Doug Magnus Agriculture and veterans affairs appropriations changed, tree care and tree trimming company registration required, certain programs changed and clarified,
HF797 Tom Emmer Horses and other equines clarified as livestock and that raising them is an agricultural pursuit.
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Energy Finance and Policy Division:
HF3618 David Bly Rate schedules established for certain renewable energy projects, surcharge established on electricity consumption, and reports required.
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division:
HF3051 David Dill State park and state forest boundary designation provided, historic property exemption provided, state forest acquisition provisions modified, acquisition of
HF3079 Melissa Hortman Permitting efficiency provided, and environmental review provisions modified.
HF3633 Bev Scalze Water pollution prevention from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons appropriations modified.
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Health Care and Human Services Finance Division:
HF3056 Kim Norton Quality improvement program for physician clinics and hospitals established.
HF3611 Jim Abeler Flexible benefit plans regulated, and primary care provider tiering provided.
HF3615 Al Doty Morrison County; ICF/MR rate increase provided.
HF3631 Brita Sailer Clearwater County; daily rate increased for an intermediate care facility, and money appropriated.
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Higher Education and Workforce Development Finance and Policy Division:
HF3593 Bob Gunther Minnesota business development public infrastructure merged with bioscience business development public infrastructure grant programs, licensing provisions
HF3616 Jerry Newton Waiver of overdue payments provided.
HF3629 Jeanne Poppe Minnesota State Colleges and Universities reorganized, salaries adjusted, central office established, and age increased for free classes.
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Housing Finance and Policy and Public Health Finance Division:
HF3597 Dan Severson State government uses and fees clarified, and certain appropriations and programschanged.
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the K-12 Education Finance Division:
HF2962 Patti Fritz Minnesota Academy for the Deaf and Minnesota Academy for the Blind provided trial placement.
HF3267 Jerry Newton Advisory task force established on school desegregation and integration.
HF3446 Connie Doepke Board of Teaching authorized to amend its licensure rules to permit a tiered teacher licensure structure, revised institutional and program approval
HF3478 John Benson School district mandates reduced, additional flexibility allowed, and certain fund transfers authorized.
HF3487 Jerry Newton Conciliation conference requirements clarified, and Minnesota Department of Education directed to amend two special education rules.
HF3596 David Bly Targeted service included as an alternative learning program, and department required to convene a workgroup and report to the legislature.
HF3644 Tara Mack School districts authorized to waive certain fees for children whose parents are serving in the military.
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the State Government Finance Division:
HF2613 Debra Hilstrom Mediation provided prior to commencement of mortgage foreclosure proceedings on homestead property, and homestead-lender mediation account created.
As of Thursday, March 11, 2010 the following bills are referred to the Transportation Finance and Policy Division:
HF2567 Terry Morrow Gold star motor vehicle license plate eligibility extended to include children and siblings of persons who have died while serving in active military service.
HF3039 Jeff Hayden Driver's license requirements modified for foster children, in-court reviews required, and definition of parent expanded for child protection proceedings.
HF3099 Bobby Joe Champion Commissioner of transportation directed to require bids for federally assisted contracts to include information on the inclusion of disadvantaged business
HF3334 Al Juhnke Trunk highway project bidding procedures amended, and use of alternative bidding required for competing paving materials.
HF3403 Tim Faust "IRAQ WAR VET" and "AFGHAN WAR VET" license plates eligibility clarified.
HF3450 Mary Liz Holberg Priced highway lane governing requirements modified.
HF3461 Frank Hornstein Skyway access requirements established for stations on the Central Corridor light rail transit line.
HF3598 Kurt Zellers Veteran plates authorized for recipient of silver star or bronze star.










The meeting was adjourned at 4:50 P.M.





Representative Lyndon Carlson, Chair




Lill Pohlkamp, Committee Legislative Assistant
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Agenda:

HF1671 (Carlson) is the supplemental budget bill. The following bills will be incorporated into HF1671: HF2591, HF3015, HF1354, HF1741, HF2314, HF1270, HF3438, HF3449 and HF1835.

Bills Added:
  • HF802 (Murphy) - Mental health urgent care and psychiatric consultation required, hospital payment rates reduced, covered services changed, transfers allowed, general assistance medical care program created, coordinated care delivery systems required, temporary uncompensated care pool and prescription drug pool created, and money appropriated.
  • HF3492 (Hausman) - State bond proceed appropriations clarified and modified, and other appropriation provisions modified relating to Blazing Star State Trail, Mesabi Trail, Northwest Hennepin Family Center, an outpatient clinic and health education facility at Hennepin County Medical Center, Rochester Community and Technical College, Camp Ripley, Minneapolis Veterans Home and the city of Lake Elmo.
  • HF2591 (Lieder) - Local bridge funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
  • HF3015 (Murphy) - Film production cost reimbursement provided.
  • HF3438 (Juhnke) - Veteran home appropriation designation removed.
  • HF1354 (Clark) - Nonprofit housing bonds authorized, and money appropriated.
  • HF1741 (Hilty) - Cromwell; energy-efficient furnace and light bulb funding provided, and money appropriated.
  • HF2314 (Wagenius) - Natural Resources, Water and Soil Resources, and Pollution Control Agency funding provided to post budgets on Web sites.
  • HF1270 (Paymar) - Short-term offender pilot project development required, county of community corrections departments authorized to develop pilot-project for short-term offender commitments, and reports provided.
  • HF3449 (Kahn) - State government programs or activities money appropriated or reduced, and provisions changed relating to expenses of governor-elect, income earned by the permanent school fund, lease-purchase agreements, general services, resource recovery, payment of aids and credits to school districts, tax return preparers, and implied consent.
  • HF1835 (Haws) - State grant program's living and miscellaneous expense allowance set.
  • HF1671 (Carlson) - Supplemental budget bill; state government funding provided for state agencies, departments, and commissions, and various other state government provisions modified, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
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00:20 - Gavel. 00:59 - HF802 (Murphy) General Assistance Medical Care reform. 19:47 - HF1671 (Carlson) Supplemental budget. 20:53 - HF2591 (Lieder) Transportation Finance and Policy Division supplemental budget. 29:42 - HF3015 (Murphy) Cultural and Outdoor Resources Finance Division supplemental budget. 43:05 - HF3438 (Juhnke) Agriculture and Veterans Affairs Finance Division supplemental budget. 47:55 - HF1354 (Clark) Housing Finance and Policy and Public Health Finance Division supplemental budget. 50:05 - HF1741 (Hilty) Energy Finance and Policy Division supplemental budget. 1:05:43 - HF2314 (Wagenius) Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division supplemental budget. 1:37:21 - HF1270 (Paymar) Public Safety Finance Division supplemental budget. 1:59:47 - HF3449 (Kahn) State Government Finance Division supplemental budget. 2:41:50 - HF1835 (Rukavina) Higher Education and Workforce Development Finance and Policy Division supplemental budget. 3:02:45 - HF3492 (Hausman) Higher education asset preservation and replacement funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated. Runs 3 hours, 5 minutes.