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Select committee hears nurses’ workplace safety concerns

Several nurses spoke Tuesday about workplace safety concerns during the first remote meeting of the House Select Committee on Minnesota’s Pandemic Response and Rebuilding.

House passes omnibus education policy bill that includes anti-vaping measures

Sponsored by Rep. Cheryl Youakim (DFL-Hopkins), HF163, as amended, was passed 77-56 by the House in the session’s final seconds. Because the Senate adjourned sine die, the bill is dead.

Final Week in Review: May 10 – May 18

A look back at what happened in the Minnesota House of Representatives during the final week of the 2020 session.

Socially distant but emotionally resonant — retirement speeches highlight friendships, look to future

Monday afternoon marked the end of the 2020 regular legislative session, and the retirements of more than a dozen representatives, who thanked family, House staff, mentors, and friends – especially those in the Legislature.

As session ends, Legislature leaves much unresolved — but leaders say that could yet change

A politically neutral pandemic played a big part in plenty being left unfinished when the 2020 legislative session concluded early Monday morning.

Fluorescents are out and LEDs in, if House-approved bill becomes law

HF3230 would replace in state statute what kind of bulb is preferred for maximum energy efficiency. What once were fluorescent bulbs would now be light-emitting diode, or LED, lamps.

Soon-to-expire MN driver’s licenses get reprieve under transportation package headed to governor

Minnesotans with soon-to-expire driver’s licenses would get some extra time to renew under a transportation policy package passed Saturday in the House.

‘Modest’ public safety, corrections policy bill OK’d in House

Passed 130-2 by the House on Sunday, HF3391/SF3258* would give conservation officers the same DWI arrest authority as other Minnesota peace officers.

Omnibus higher education policy bill heads to governor

Putting sharper teeth into state law was the motivation for much of this session’s omnibus higher education policy bill.

Wide-ranging environment policy, spending bill passed by House

A plethora of environment policy and funding provisions are part of a $61.4 million bill that aims to, in part, protect and enhance the state’s natural resources.
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