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Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance

NINETEENTH MEETING

2017-2018 Regular Session - February 23, 2017

STATE OF MINNESOTA NINETEENTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NINETIETH SESSION


PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY POLICY AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
MINUTES


Representative Cornish, Chair of the Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee, called the meeting to order at 10:17 AM on February 23, 2017 in Room 10 of the State Office Building. A quorum was present.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:
CORNISH, Tony
JOHNSON, Brian
HILSTROM, Debra
BECKER-FINN, Jamie
CONSIDINE, John (Jack)
DEHN, Ray
FRANKE, Keith
GROSSELL, Matt
HOWE, Jeff
LOHMER, Kathy
LUCERO, Eric
NEWBERGER, Jim
O’NEILL, Marion
PINTO, Dave
WARD, JoAnn
ZERWAS, Nick

Representative Ward moved the minutes of the February 22, 2017 meeting be approved. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

HF192 (Heintzeman) Driving without a valid license repeat violation penalties enhanced and minimum fines established.

Representative Cornish moved to lay over HF192 for possible inclusion in the Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Omnibus bill.

Representative Heintzeman presented HF192.

Representative Cornish laid over HF192 for possible inclusion in the Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Omnibus bill.


HF179 (Scott) Ignition interlock performance standards amended, and use of devices with location tracking capabilities prohibited.

Representative Cornish moved HF179 be re-referred to the committee on Government Operations.

Representative Cornish moved the 179A4 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Cornish moved the 179A5 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Scott presented HF179, as amended.

Testifying in favor of HF179:

Benjamin Feist, Legislative Director, American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota
Mark Haase, Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Representative Cornish moved to reconsider the 179A4 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Cornish moved the following oral amendment: “on the original HF179 delete P.2 L.21 and 22, and insert the language of the 179A4 amendment in paragraph (c).” THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Cornish moved the 179A4 amendment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Cornish moved to reconsider the 179A5 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Cornish moved the following oral amendment: “on the original HF179 P.2 after L.23 insert the 179A5 amendment language and renumber the sections accordingly.” THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Cornish moved the 179A5 amendment, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Cornish renewed his motion to re-refer HF179, as amended, to the committee on Government Operations. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

HF857 (Scott) Inmate case planning information ensured to be private.

Representative Cornish moved HF857 be re-referred to the committee on Civil Law.

Representative Scott presented HF857.

Kathleen Lonergan, Minnesota Department of Corrections, testified in favor of HF857.

Representative Cornish renewed his motion to re-refer HF1857 to the committee on Civil Law. THE MOTION PREVAILED.


HF389 (O'Neill) Vehicle forfeiture provisions modified to include more than one owner of a vehicle.

Representative O’Neill moved HF389 to the General Register.

Bruce Rivers, Defense Attorney, Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers testified in favor of HF389.

Robert Small, Executive Director, County Attorney Association testified in favor of HF389.

Representative O’Neill renewed her motion to move HF389 to the General Register. THE MOTION PREVAILED.


HF1148 (O'Neill) All peace officers allowed to serve a harassment restraining order, and short-form notification requirements created.

Representative O’Neill moved to lay over HF1148 for possible inclusion in the Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Omnibus bill.

Representative O’Neill moved the 1148A2 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Bree Adams Bill, Program Director, The Saint Paul & Ramsey County Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, testified in favor of HF1148.

Sergeant Dave McCabe, Saint Paul Police Department testified in favor of HF1148.

Representative Cornish laid over HF1148 for possible inclusion in the Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Omnibus bill.

The meeting was adjourned at 12:02PM.



Representative Tony Cornish, Chair




Anna Paruccini, Committee Legislative Assistant
More Info On This Meeting..
Bills Added:
  • HF192 (Heintzeman) - Driving without a valid license repeat violation penalties enhanced and minimum fines established.
  • HF179 (Scott) - Ignition interlock performance standards amended, use of devices with location tracking capabilities prohibited, inmate case planning information ensured as private data, search warrant in DWI cases required to obtain blood or urine samples, license revocation provided, guidelines for license revocation hearings established, and rulemaking authority amended.
  • HF857 (Scott) - Small business certification program data classified, and Legislative Commission on Data Practices and Personal Data Privacy directed to study and recommend options for expanding public access to legislative records and meetings.
  • HF389 (O'Neill) - Vehicle forfeiture provisions modified to include more than one owner of a vehicle.
  • HF1148 (O'Neill) - All peace officers allowed to serve a harassment restraining order, and short-form notification requirements created.
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01:16 - HF192 (Heintzeman) Driving without a valid license repeat violation penalties enhanced and minimum fines established.
06:16 - HF179 (Scott) Ignition interlock performance standards amended, and use of devices with location tracking capabilities prohibited.
39:46 - HF857 (Scott) Inmate case planning information ensured to be private.
42:29 - HF389 (O'Neill) Vehicle forfeiture provisions modified to include more than one owner of a vehicle.
52:19 - HF1148 (O'Neill) All peace officers allowed to serve a harassment restraining order, and short-form notification requirements created.
Runs 1 hour, 8 minutes.