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2021-2022 Regular Session

Claims law totals nearly $110,000 in payouts

Each year, a joint House-Senate Subcommittee on Claims decides which claims against the state it should fund.

This year's law calls for $109,865.28 in payments in fiscal year 2022.

The largest part of this year’s law is $108,684.65 to Nicholas Peterson who sought relief under the Imprisonment and Exoneration Remedies Act that provides a compensation process for cases where a person is exonerated of a felony for which they were wrongfully incarcerated. He served 572 days in prison and 220 days on supervised release.

The other $1,180.63 is for sentence-to-service and community work service claims under $7,000 and other claims already paid out by the Corrections Department.

Rep. Mary Murphy (DFL-Hermantown) and Sen. Bruce Anderson (R-Buffalo Township) sponsor the law that takes effect July 1, 2021.

HF2360*/SF2269/CH26


New Laws 2021

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HF2360* / SF2269 / CH26
House Chief Author: Murphy
Senate Chief Author: Anderson
Effective Dates: See chapter summary in the file link above.
* The legislative bill marked with an asterisk denotes the file submitted to the governor.