By HPIS Staff
The House Human Services Finance and Policy Committee began its consideration Wednesday of the budget proposed by Gov. Tim Walz for the Department of Human Services during the upcoming biennium.
By Nate Gotlieb
For workers' compensation purposes, the presumption that first responders, law enforcement and health care providers with COVID-19 caught the disease on the job could be extended until Jan. 1, 2022.
By Rob Hubbard
After being bandied about in big-picture tax policy discussions for at least a few years — and appearing in Gov. Tim Walz’s tax proposal for this session — a proposed fifth income tax tier made its House Taxes Committee debut Tuesday.
By Tim Walker
HF1691 would expand crimes motivated by bias to include bias against a person due to the person’s gender, gender identity, or gender expression, as well as bias against a person who associates with someone in a protected group.
By Rachel Kats
Minnesota’s Department of Health has been working to address disparities in vaccine use for decades, yet significant gaps continue to exist along racial and ethnic lines and for those with disabilities.
By Tim Walker
HF109 would require existing residential buildings above the 75-foot reach of fire department vehicles to install automatic sprinkler systems, already a requirement for buildings built after 1979.