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Held over bill aims to provide lawyers to public housing tenants facing evictions

Bill would require an eviction complaint to include notice to tenants of public housing that they are entitled to counsel if they cannot afford an attorney.

House panel approves bill that aims to review state tax activity effectiveness, fiscal impact

HF1019 would create a Tax Expenditure Review Commission staffed by the Legislative Budget Office.

More relatives could provide foster care under proposed reforms

HF1287 would remove barriers to kinship placements that disproportionately impact people of color and bring foster home licensing standards more in line with current adoption standards and federal policy.

With state's supply of affordable housing low, lawmakers look to boost MN homebuyers

More state funding could be used over the next 10 years to increase housing options for low- and middle-income homebuyers.

Proposal would limit youngest learners’ device usage

Data regarding the effects of excessive screen use on young children is growing, and the news is not good, according to Rep. Kelly Morrison (DFL-Deephaven).

Bill banning perc, prioritizing dry cleaners for cleanup funds clears House

A bill banning a hazardous dry-cleaning solvent and prioritizing Minnesota dry cleaners for access to an industry-funded state account for environmental cleanup projects has been passed.

Education committee considers changes to the teacher licensure system

Since the state’s current teacher licensure system went into effect a few years ago it has been a source of ongoing discussions.

Benefits extension sought for school bus drivers, other hourly school workers

School bus drivers, cafeteria workers, and other hourly school workers who have little or no income while schools are on break could become eligible to collect unemployment benefits.

Dangers of skin-lightening creams could be highlighted by grant program

HF1419 would create and fund a grant program through the Department of Health to increase public awareness on the dangers of these products.

Board of Animal Health could be restructured after CWD criticism

Sponsored by Rep. Rick Hansen (DFL-South St. Paul), HF1137 would expand the Board of Animal Health, which oversees its namesake agency, to nine members instead of the current five.
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