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2017-2018 Regular Session

FIRST MEETING - Civil Law and Data Practices Policy

January 05, 2017

STATE OF MINNESOTA FIRST MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NINETIETH SESSION

Civil Law and Data Practices Policy Committee

MINUTES

Representative Peggy Scott, Chair of the Civil Law and Data Practices Policy Committee, called the meeting to order at 8:17 AM, on January 5, 2017, in the Basement Hearing Room of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:


SCOTT, Peggy, Chair
SMITH, Dennis, Vice Chair
LESCH, John, DFL Lead
CARLSON, Andrew
DEHN, Raymond
HILSTROM, Debra
HOWE, Jeff
JOHNSON, Sheldon
LOONAN, Bob
LUCERO, Eric
OMAR, Ilhan
O’NEILL, Marion
PUGH, Cindy
VOGEL, Bob
WHELAN, Abigail, Representative – Elect

Chair Scott called the meeting to order at 8:17 AM. A quorum was present.

Chair Scott requested members of the Civil Law and Data Practices and House staff assigned to the committee to introduce themselves.

Chair Scott went through an overview of the Civil Law and Data Practices rules and procedures.

Mary Mullen and Nathan Hopkins of House Research gave an overview of Civil Law and Data Practices Policy jurisdiction.

Stacie Christensen of The Department of Administration gave presentation on The Information Policy Analysis Division.

Department of Public Safety Commissioner, Mona Dohman, Deputy Commissioner, Sandra O’Hern, and Driver and Vehicle Services Director, Dawn Olson gave a presentation of the Ignition Interlock Real Time Reporting Rule.

Testifying on the Department of Public Safety Ignition Interlock Program:
Nick Quade, Participant of the Interlock Program
Charles Clippert, Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Rick Heller, Twice Exceptional and Print Disabled

The meeting was adjourned at 10:04 AM.




Representative Peggy Scott, Chair




Nicole Reineke, Committee Legislative Assistant
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Agenda:

I. Call to Order II. Introductions III. House Research Overview of Civil Law and Data Practices IV. Presentation by the Department of Administration-Information Policy Analysis Division V. Presentation by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety on the Ignition Interlock Real Time Reporting Rule VI. Adjournment