By Rob Hubbard
HF1503 would provide a refundable sales tax exemption for all materials, supplies and equipment used in constructing or remodeling a fire or police station owned by a local government, beginning July 1, 2021.
By Rachel Kats
Sponsored by Rep. Sandra Feist (DFL-New Brighton) HF486, as amended, would appropriate $265,000 in fiscal year 2022 to provide statewide, evidence-based suicide prevention training to teachers and school staff.
By Mike Cook
Sponsored by Rep. Jamie Becker-Finn (DFL-Roseville), HF702 would require hotels to be licensed by the city or town where they operate. Ensuring compliance with state and local laws would be a licensure condition.
By Nate Gotlieb
The scores of barns-turned-wedding-venues that have popped up in Minnesota could be exempt from sprinkler systems requirements, which owners say cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and do little to improve safety.
By Victoria Cooney
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.