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SIXTEENTH MEETING - Government Operations

2019-2020 Regular Session

STATE OF MINNESOTA SIXTEENTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NINETY FIRST SESSION

GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
MINUTES

Representative Duane Sauke, Vice Chair of the Government Operations, called the sixteenth meeting to order at 10:15am on March 8, 2019, in the room 5 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members Present:

FREIBERG, Mike – Chair
SAUKE, Duane –Vice Chair
ZERWAS, Nick
ELKINS, Steve
GOMEZ, Aisha
KOEGEL, Erin
LEE, Fue
LILLIE, Leon
MASIN, Sandra
NELSON, Michael
PELOWSKI, Gene
QUAM, Duane
THEIS, Tama
VOGEL, Bob

Members Excused

BAHNER, Kristin
HEINRICH, John
LAYMAN, Sandy
NASH, Jim
WEST, Nolan


No Quorum is present.

Representative Noor begins giving testimony on HF1811.

At 10:20, a quorum is present.

Representative Sauke moves HF1811 in front of the committee to be re-referred to the General Register.

Testifiers for HF1811

Representative Mohamud Noor
Annie Yonly

Representative Nelson moves to adopt the minutes. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Sauke renewed the motion to re-refer HF1811 to the General Register. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Koegel moves HF1300 in front of the committee to be-referred to Health and Human Services Policy.

Testifiers

Representative Erin Koegel
Dr. Rena Sugar Baker
Mary and Harry Troyer

Representative Koegel renews her motion to re-refer HF1300 to the Health and Human Services Policy committee. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Nelson moves HF1974 in front of the committee to be re-referred to the Ways and Means committee.

Testifiers

Representative Michael Nelson

Representative Nelson renews his motion to re-refer HF1974 to Ways and Means. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Nelson moves HF1975 in front of the committee and to be re-referred to Ways and Means.

Testifiers

Representative Michael Nelson
Betsy Hayes, Chief Procurement Officer, ADM

Representative Nelson renews his motion that HF1975 be re-referred to the Ways and Means committee. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Nelson moves HF1997 to be re-referred to the General Register.

Representative Nelson moves to adopt author’s amendment A19-0154. MOTION PREVAILED.

Testifiers

Representative Michael Nelson

Representative Nelson renews his motion to re-refer HF1997 to Ways and Means.

Representative Nelson amends his motion to re-refer HF1997 to the General Register. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Sauke moves HF717 in front of the committee to be re-referred to Ways and Means.

Representative Sauke moves to adopt author’s amendment A19-0158. MOTION PREVAILED.

Testifiers

Representative Carlos Mariani
Nancy Haas, MN County Attorneys Association
Ben Freist, ACLU of MN


Representative Sauke renews his motion to re-refer HF717 to Ways and Means. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Sauke moves HF728 in front of the committee to be re-referred to Ways and Means.

Testifiers
Representative Alice Mann

Representative Sauke renews his motion to re-refer HF717 to Ways and Means. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Zerwas moves HF499 in front of the committee to be re-referred to Ways and Means.

Testifiers
Representative Ron Kresha
Traci Laliberte, PhD, Executive Director, Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare

Representative Zerwas renews his motion to re-refer HF499 to Ways and Means. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Sauke moves HF1289 in front of the committee to be re-referred to Ways and Means.

Representative Sauke moves to adopt author’s amendment HF1289DE-5. MOTION PREVAILED.

Testifiers

Representative Kaohly Her
Rick Heller

Representative Sauke renews his motion to re-refer HF1289 to the Ways and Means committee. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Sauke moves HF1390 in front of the committee to be re-referred to Education Policy.

Testifiers

Representative Kelly Moller
Kim Lewis
Rick Heller

Representative Sauke renewed motion to re-refer to Education Policy. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Sauke moves HF1414 in front of the committee to be re-referred to the General REgister.

Testifiers

Representative Todd Lippert

Representative Sauke renews his motion to re-refer HF1414 Education Finance. MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Sauke moves HF1415 in front of the committee to be re-referred to Education Policy.

Testifiers

Representative Cheryl Youakim
Michelle Herschbak

Representative Quam requests a roll call vote

Representative Sauke renews his motion to re-refer this to Education Policy.

The roll call for HF1415 are as follows.

Ayes

FREIBERG
ELKINS
GOMEZ
KOEGEL
LEE
LILLIE
MASIN
NELSON
SAUKE

Nays

QUAM
VOGEL

Being 9 Ayes and 2 Nays, MOTION PREVAILED.

Meeting adjourned 12:32pm
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Agenda:

HF1811 (Noor) Liberians; a resolution urging the President of the United States to continue Deferred Enforcement Departure (DED) for Liberians. HF1300 (Koegel) Month of May designated as Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month. HF1974 (Nelson) Outdated budget-related language updated and deleted, and technical changes made. HF1975 (Nelson) State solicitation process best and final offer modified. HF1997 (Nelson) Hennepin County job order contracting expiration and reporting requirements repealed. HF717 (Mariani) Cannabis task force created, and report required. HF728 (Mann) Pharmacy benefit managers licensure and regulations created, and rulemaking authorized. HF499 (Kresha) Child Welfare Training System modification required, report required, rule making authorized, and money appropriated. HF1289 (Her) Education; prior written notice documentation requirements rulemaking authorized HF1390 (Moller) Individualized education program requirements modified to permit reporting of student performance on assessments, and rulemaking authorized. HF1414 (Lippert) Commissioner of education required to develop sexual health curriculum program, and report required. HF1415 (Youakim) Teacher licensure and board composition technical changes made. PLEASE NOTE: Testimony will be limited. If you would like to testify, please contact Amanda Rudolph at amanda.rudolph@house.mn. *The order of the bills may change. Bills may be added or removed from the agenda. Bills may be carried over to the next committee meeting.

Bills Added:
  • HF1811 (Noor) - Liberians; a resolution urging the President of the United States to continue Deferred Enforcement Departure (DED) for Liberians.
  • HF1300 (Koegel) - Month of May designated as Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month.
  • HF1974 (Nelson) - Outdated budget-related language updated and deleted.
  • HF1975 (Nelson) - State solicitation process modified.
  • HF1997 (Nelson) - Hennepin County; job order contracting authority extended.
  • HF728 (Mann) - Pharmacy benefit managers licensure and regulations created, and rulemaking authorized.
  • HF499 (Kresha) - Child Welfare Training System modification required, report required, rule making authorized, and money appropriated.
  • HF1289 (Her) - Education; prior written notice working group established.
  • HF1390 (Moller) - Individualized education program requirements modified to permit reporting of student performance on assessments, and rulemaking authorized.
  • HF717 (Mariani) - Cannabis task force created, report required, and money appropriated.
  • HF1414 (Lippert) - Sexual health curriculum model program development required, and report required.
  • HF1415 (Youakim) - Teacher licensure requirements modified, Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board composition modified, background check requirements modified, rulemaking authorized, and technical changes made.
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00:51 - HF1811 (Noor) Liberians; a resolution urging the President of the United States to continue Deferred Enforcement Departure (DED) for Liberians. 20:23 - HF1300 (Koegel) Month of May designated as Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month. 29:27 - HF1974 (Nelson) Outdated budget-related language updated and deleted, and technical changes made. 31:42 - HF1975 (Nelson) State solicitation process best and final offer modified. 36:13 - HF1997 (Nelson) Hennepin County job order contracting expiration and reporting requirements repealed. 39:43 - HF717 (Mariani) Cannabis task force created, and report required. 1:12:34 - HF728 (Mann) Pharmacy benefit managers licensure and regulations created, and rulemaking authorized. 1:20:04 - HF499 (Kresha) Child Welfare Training System modification required, report required, rule making authorized, and money appropriated. 1:22:13 - HF1289 (Her) Education; prior written notice documentation requirements rulemaking authorized. 1:37:22 - HF1390 (Moller) Individualized education program requirements modified to permit reporting of student performance on assessments, and rulemaking authorized. 1:53:24 - HF1414 (Lippert) Commissioner of education required to develop sexual health curriculum program, and report required. 1:59:09 - HF1415 (Youakim) Teacher licensure and board composition technical changes made. Runs 2 hours, 16 minutes.