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Minnesota Zoo seeks $25 million for infrastructure, exhibit updates

In an effort to offer visitors new perspectives and experiences, while also updating some of its aging facilities, the Minnesota Zoo is seeking $25 million in state funding. ...

Bill aims to ensure 911 dispatchers can give CPR instructions or transfer to someone who can

Division approval was given to a bill that would establish training for 911 dispatchers to either provide direction on performing CPR or to transfer emergency calls to a public safety answering point with employees capable of providing such direction.

Co-working spaces could develop startup community in Greater MN

HF2419 would appropriate $50,000 in Fiscal Year 2020 — requiring a 100 percent match — to develop a co-working site with broadband internet in an underserved community.

House OKs using leashed dogs to help hunters find wounded game

Passed by the House, HF680 would allow hunters tracking dead or wounded bear and deer to use leashed dogs. It would also allow for the use of hand-held artificial lights while tracking with dogs.

House passes bill that would change legal definition of sexual harassment

The definition of sexual harassment in Minnesota law could be changed to clarify that sexually offensive behavior need not be “severe or pervasive” in order for it to be subject to litigation.

Walz transportation plan — and its gas tax hike — sets up debate over how to fund state’s road, transit needs

Minnesota’s roads are falling apart and its transit systems are falling behind — and state lawmakers need to green-light big investment, state officials say.

Bill would help buses dump the diesel and go electric

HF1755 would appropriate $4.1 million in the current fiscal year to the Metropolitan Council to purchase electric buses.

House panel approves ‘more inclusive’ firefighter licensing regulations

Firefighter training and education would be streamlined under a bill calling for several technical changes to current law on licensing requirements for firefighters.

Need help with your taxes? Bill would expand free preparation services

Aiming to help low-income or elderly tax filers, HF1862 would increase the budget for the taxpayer assistance grant programs from $400,000 to $800,000 for Fiscal Years 2020 and 2021.

Expiring School Readiness Plus program could be made permanent

An initiative that added 4,000 seats to the state’s preschool programs over the past two years is set to expire this year, absent legislative action. Sponsored by Rep. Dave Pinto (DFL-St. Paul), HF2463, would make the School Readiness Plus program permanent.
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