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FIRST JOINT MEETING - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES POLICY COMMITTEE and EDUCATION POLICY COMMITTEE - Health and Human Services Policy

2019-2020 Regular Session

STATE OF MINNESOTA FIRST JOINT MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NINETY-FIRST SESSION


HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES POLICY COMMITTEE
EDUCATION POLICY COMMITTEE

MINUTES

Representative Moran, Chair of the Health and Human Services Policy Committee, called the joint meeting of the Health and Human Services Policy Committee and Education Policy Committee to order at 2:33 p.m. on Wednesday, February 6, 2019, in Room 200 of the State Office Building. A quorum was present.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:
MORAN, Rena, Chair
MORRISON, Kelly, Vice Chair
ALBRIGHT, Tony
BACKER, Jeff
BAHNER, Kristin
EDELSON, Heather
FISCHER, Peter
FREIBERG, Mike
LIEBLING, Tina
LOEFFLER, Diane
MANN, Alice
NEU, Anne
PIERSON, Nels
PINTO, Dave
ROBBINS, Kristin
SCHOMACKER, Joe
SCHULTZ, Jennifer

Excused:
KIEL, Debra, Minority Lead

Joan Brandt, Child and Family Health Division Director, Minnesota Department of Health, presented an overview of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in Minnesota.

Representative Cheryl Youakim, Chair of the Education Policy Committee, assumed the gavel at 3:27 PM.

Greta Callahan, Teacher, Minneapolis Public Schools and Michelle Viera Keleny, Social Worker, Saint Paul Public Schools, presented their experiences with students with high ACEs scores in the classroom.

The meeting adjourned at 3:58 PM.




Representative Rena Moran, Chair



Alyssa Fritz, Committee Legislative Assistant

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Agenda:

**AGENDA REVISION 1: BILLS REMOVED; JOINT HEARING ANNOUNCED** Joint Hearing of the Committees on Health and Human Services Policy and Education Policy Presentation: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in Minnesota Joan Brandt, Child and Family Health Division Director, Minnesota Department of Health Presentation: Teacher insights on students with high ACE scores

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