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FIFTY-SIXTH MEETING

2019-2020 Regular Session - May 06, 2020

STATE OF MINNESOTA FIFTY-SIXTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NINETY-FIRST SESSION

RULES AND LEGISLATIVE ADMINISTRATION
MINUTES

Representative Winkler, Chair of the Rules and Legislative Administration Committee, called the remote meeting to order at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, May 6th 2020, pursuant to House rule 10.01.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:
WINKLER, Ryan, Chair
FREIBERG, Mike
BECKER-FINN, Jamie
PELOWSKI, Gene
PINTO, Dave
HER, Kaohly, Vice Chair
O’NEILL, Marion
OLSON, Liz
HASSAN, Hodan
LILLIE, Leon
SCHULTZ, Jennifer
DAUDT, Kurt, Lead
HOWARD, Michael
DRAZKOWSKI, Steve

Excused:
NEU, Anne
GAROFALO, Pat
BAKER, Dave
ALBRIGHT, Tony
CARLSON, Lyndon


Representative Winkler called the meeting at 9:00am. A quorum was present.

Representative Her moved that the minutes of Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 be approved. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Her moved that Pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03 and Senate Concurrent Resolution 6, committee deadlines for future action on the following bills be waived and re-referred to the Committee on Education Finance Division:

HF4098
HF3849

THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Her moved that Pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03 and Senate Concurrent Resolution 6, committee deadlines for future action on the following bills be waived and re-referred to the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division:

HF3423

THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Her moved that Pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03 and Senate Concurrent Resolution 6, committee deadlines for future action on the following bills be waived and re-referred to the
General Register:

HF4137
HF4429
HF3104
HF4206
HF4605
HF4602

THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Her moved that Pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03 and Senate Concurrent Resolution 6, committee deadlines for future action on the following bills be waived and re-referred to the Committee on State Government Finance:

HF4500
HF4501

THE MOTION PREVAILED.


Representative Her moved that Pursuant to Joint Rule 2.03 and Senate Concurrent Resolution 6, committee deadlines for future action on the following bills be waived and re-referred to the Committee on Ways and Means:


HF3837
HF4219
HF1842
HF4603
HF4018
HF3976
HF3085
HF976
HF1236


THE MOTION PREVAILED.


The meeting was adjourned at 9:05am.







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Bills Added:
  • HF3837 (Hornstein) - Crimes motivated by bias reporting expanded; property damage crime motivated by bias amended; Peace Officer Standards and Training Board bias required to update training in recognizing, responding to, and reporting crimes of bias; law enforcement agencies adoption of standard policies regarding crimes motivated by bias required; and money appropriated.
  • HF4219 (Persell) - Driving under the influence provision uniform enforcement for recreational vehicles provided, and criminal penalties provided.
  • HF1842 (Wagenius) - Solar energy incentive program modified, various renewable energy and other energy-related programs established, utility filing governed, reports required, and money appropriated.
  • HF4603 (Ecklund) - General funds transfer to the 21st century fund provided, and small business emergency loans modified.
  • HF4018 (Carlson) - Public Employee Retirement Association increased employer contribution funding provided through extending aid to local governments.
  • HF3976 (Dehn) - Aiding and abetting felony murder sentencing task force established, and report required.
  • HF3085 (Tabke) - Transit ambassador and administrative citation program established, unlawfully obtaining transit services penalties amended, report required, and money appropriated.
  • HF976 (Hornstein) - COVID-19; various transportation policy changes made, escort vehicle requirements established for overdimensional loads, temporary permit display requirements modified, interim safety inspection certificates created for school buses, legislative route turnbacks authorized, mental health identifiers added to drivers' licenses, school bus warning lights and stop arms required when delivering food and supplies to students during peacetime public health emergency, and reports required regarding use of federal funding received by state to respond to COVID-19.
  • HF1236 (Lesch) - Vehicles and other property subject to forfeiture limited, innocent property owners provided recovery, participation in federal equitable sharing program modified, and reports required.
  • HF4137 (Pinto) - Intent required for repeated harassing conduct crime.
  • HF4098 (Sandell) - Innovation research zone program established, and money appropriated.
  • HF3849 (Sandstede) - Concurrent enrollment teacher training funding increased, concurrent enrollment aid modified, and money appropriated.
  • HF3423 (Sandell) - Water quality standards for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances funding provided, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
  • HF4429 (Claflin) - Pay-for-performance grant program modified, and displaced homemaker program renamed.
  • HF3104 (Moran) - Omnibus human services policy bill.
  • HF4206 (Sundin) - 2020 Workers' Compensation Advisory Council recommendations adopted.
  • HF4500 (Nelson) - COVID-19; grant extensions provided, and report required.
  • HF4501 (Nelson) - Legislative Coordinating Commission provision changed.
  • HF4605 (Freiberg) - Counties, cities, and townships authorized to accept documents and signatures electronically, by mail, or facsimile.
  • HF4602 (Olson) - Minnesota investment fund loan forgiveness conditions modified.
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• This meeting held in accordance with House Rule 10.01 •.
00:27 - Waiver of Joint Rule 2.03:.
- HF4098 (Sandell) Innovation research zone program established, and money appropriated.
- HF3849 (Sandstede) Concurrent enrollment teacher training funding increased, concurrent enrollment aid modified, and money appropriated.
01:36 - Waiver of Joint Rule 2.03:.
- HF3423 (Sandell) Water quality standards for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances funding provided, rulemaking authorized, and money appropriated.
02:09 - Waiver of Joint Rule 2.03:.
- HF4137 (Pinto) Intent required for repeated harassing conduct crime.
- HF4429 (Claflin) Pay-for-performance grant program modified, and displaced homemaker program renamed.
- HF3104 (Moran) Omnibus human services policy bill.
- HF4206 (Sundin) 2020 Workers' Compensation Advisory Council recommendations adopted.
- HF4605 (Freiberg) Counties, cities, and townships authorized to accept documents and signatures electronically, by mail, or facsimile.
- HF4602 (Olson) Minnesota investment fund loan forgiveness conditions modified.
03:11 - Waiver of Joint Rule 2.03:.
- HF4500 (Nelson, M.) Legislative Reference Library provision changed.
- HF4501 (Nelson, M.) Legislative Coordinating Commission provision changed.
03:56 - Waiver of Joint Rule 2.03:.
- HF3837 (Hornstein) Crimes motivated by bias reporting expanded, property damage crime motivated by bias amended, Peace Officer Standards and Training Board bias training required, law enforcement agencies adoption of standard policies regarding crimes motivated by bias required, and money appropriated.
- HF4219 (Persell) Driving under the influence provision uniform enforcement for recreational vehicles provided, and criminal penalties provided.
- HF1842 (Wagenius) Solar energy incentive program modified, various renewable energy and electric vehicle grant programs established, reports required, and money appropriated.
- HF4603 (Ecklund) General funds transfer to the 21st century fund provided, and small business emergency loans modified.
- HF4018 (Carlson, A.) Public Employee Retirement Association increased employer contribution funding provided through extending aid to local governments.
- HF3976 (Dehn) Aiding and abetting felony murder sentencing task force established, and report required.
- HF3085 (Tabke) Transit ambassador and administrative citation program established, unlawfully obtaining transit services penalties amended, report required, and money appropriated.
- HF976 (Hornstein) Transportation; various policy changes made, escort vehicle requirements established for overdimensional loads, temporary permit display requirements modified, interim safety inspection certificates created for school buses, legislative route turnbacks authorized, mental health identifiers added to drivers' licenses, school bus warning lights and stop arms required when delivering food and supplies to students during peacetime public health emergency, and reports required regarding use of federal funding received by state to respond to COVID-19.
- HF1236 (Lesch) Vehicles and other property subject to forfeiture limited, innocent property owners provided recovery, participation in federal equitable sharing program modified, and reports required.
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Rules and Legislative Administration
Chair: Rep. Ryan Winkler


Meeting:
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
9:00AM to 9:30AM
Remote Hearing
This meeting held in accordance with House Rule 10.01

Agenda:
I. Call To Order

II. Roll Call

III. Approval of Minutes for May 5, 2020

IV. Calendar for the Day for May 8, 2020

V. Waiver of Joint Rule 2.03

HF4098 Sandell
HF3849 Sandstede
HF3423 Sandell
HF4137 Pinto
HF4429 Claflin
HF3104 Moran
HF4206 Sundin
HF4605 Freiberg
HF4602 Olson
HF4500 Nelson, M
HF4501 Nelson, M
HF3837 Hornstein
HF4219 Persell
HF1842 Wagenius
HF4603 Ecklund
HF4018 Carlson, A
HF3976 Dehn
HF3085 Tabke
HF976 Hornstein
HF1236 Lesch


VI. Adjournment

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