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Week in Review: March 25-29

A look back at what happened in the Minnesota House of Representatives the week of March 25-29, 2019.

Awareness, education needed to end mercury exposure through skin-lightening products

Skin-lightening creams can contain dangerous ingredients, including mercury and other toxic substances that can lead to long-term health problems.

House Property and Local Tax Division makes its recommendations

The biggest boosts would come in the form of property tax aids, credits and refunds, which would increase by $147.4 million for the 2020-21 biennium.

Disparities based on race and disability status persist in school discipline

Data shows that Minnesota’s educational outcomes and graduation disparities for students of color are among the worst in the nation.

Is developing more minority-owned businesses the 'secret sauce' to MN prosperity? Bill would boost efforts

A total of $18 million in the upcoming biennium could fund development grants for minority-owned businesses around the state.

Penalties added as omnibus health and human services bill advances

With investments in home visiting, early care and child care assistance, the House Early Childhood Finance and Policy Division approved its omnibus health and human services bill Thursday

House OKs amended snow day forgiveness bill, heads to Governor’s desk

With few traces of this historically cold and snowy winter remaining, the House repassed a snow day relief bill 115-12 Thursday.

House energy and climate division approves its $54 million omnibus bill

More schools could go solar and buses become electric under an omnibus bill expected to be approved by the House Energy and Climate Finance and Policy Division Thursday evening.

Bonding division members given $845 million target as they begin deliberations

Rep. Mary Murphy (DFL-Hermantown), the division chair, gave members a spending cap of $845 million as they consider the dozens of projects that have been proposed over the last few weeks for inclusion in the 2019 bonding bill.

House OKs disaster assistance contingency account funding

Looking to backfill the state’s disaster assistance contingency account and make it solvent again, the House passed HF682/SF307* 127-0 Thursday. Passed 67-0 by the Senate March 21, it now heads to the Gov. Tim Walz’s desk.
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