By Tim Walker
The so-called “driver’s licenses for all” bill, HF1163, was approved 10-5 by the House Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Committee Friday on a party-line vote, and sent to the House Transportation Finance and Policy Committee.
By Jonathan Mohr
The House Transportation Finance and Policy Committee discussed several proposals Thursday that would help fund bus rapid transit lines, including two that would use bonding dollars to pay for the bulk of the work.
By Nate Gotlieb
Xcel Energy could be allowed to continue buying electricity from a St. Paul power plan that generates power in part by burning trees from emerald ash borer-infected cities and counties.
By Rachel Kats
HF260 would create and appropriate funds to two competitive grant programs geared toward financially incentivizing child care providers and educators to enter and remain in the profession.
By Victoria Cooney
HF923, sponsored by Rep. Joe McDonald (R-Delano), would appropriate $143,000 in both fiscal year 2022 and 2023 from the General Fund to maintain and promote self-advocacy services and supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
By Mike Cook
It’s fitting the House Local Government Division met Wednesday with members participating miles apart from one another. After all, it approved a pair of bills dealing with governing remotely.