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Small claims bill receives overwhelming House support

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

Assisted living licensure bill passes House, despite minority's complaint it was ‘incomplete’

Minnesota could join the country’s other 49 states in requiring licensure for assisted living facilities

House OKs bill to address ‘historic epidemic’ of violence against indigenous women

HF70 would create a task force to analyze systemic reasons for the high rate of violence against Native American women and girls in the state and track the number of those who have gone missing.

'The least we can do:' lawmakers get stranded Argosy students closer to state financial help

Rep. Connie Bernardy comments during floor debate May 9 on HF2849, which would provide financial aid to former students of Argosy University in Eagan, which abruptly closed in March. Photo by Paul Battaglia

Could increased oversight of pharmacy benefit managers provide starting point for broader healthcare reforms?

Dramatic and sudden increases in prescription costs have put people’s lives at risk, and Republican and DFL members of the House agree that something needs to be done to address the root causes of the problem.

Four University of Minnesota regents chosen by joint House/Senate convention

After months of discussion, the House and Senate met in a joint convention Thursday and elected four new members of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents.

Cannabis bills are a case study on amending state constitution

Different bills proposing to legalize recreational marijuana in Minnesota highlight different approaches to changing state law.

Spending, policy divide not as deep for agriculture conferees

House and Senate negotiators are tasked with reconciling a $73 million divide in one of the smaller legislative budget bills.

Disciplinary practices, cursive requirement among policy differences in education finance bills

There were plenty of questions Tuesday, but not much debate, as conferees began reviewing language differences between the House and Senate versions of the omnibus education finance bill.

More than $200 million apart, higher ed conference committee begins its work

While the House omnibus bill would provide $3.57 billion in higher education funding, the Senate version comes in at $3.36 billion.
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