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Week in Review: Feb. 18-22

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The long days (and nights) of session have arrived in the House, accompanied by several off-site meetings over the next few days.

In addition to Friday’s transportation division meeting in St. Cloud, and another Tuesday night at North High School in Minneapolis, the education finance division has a meeting this afternoon in Windom, while the public safety division is planning a Wednesday evening meeting with the time and location still pending.

At least one House committee, subcommittee or division evening meeting is scheduled next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

But before we look ahead, however, let’s look back at what you may have missed this week.


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Recent Dailies

Five-year organic task force extension receives division support
A bill seeking to extend the Organic Advisory Task Force found support in the House Agriculture and Food Finance and Policy Division Tuesday.
Homeless families could benefit from Child Care Assistance Program modifications
HF1238 would make changes to the Child Care Assistance Program in an effort to provide better assistance to homeless families.
Integrated services help people find professional and personal success
HF605 would appropriate $600,000 in Fiscal Years 2020 and 2021 to help support nonprofit organization Avivo's career education and job skills training programs.
Five people forwarded to House, Senate for four U of M Board of Regents seats
Four out of five people may be one vote away from serving on the University of Minnesota’s governing body.
Starting Line: Proposal aims to reduce students' mobile device usage during school hours
This week's 'Starting Line' takes a look at a bill that would require school boards to adopt policies on mobile device usage by students.
Week in Review: Feb. 11-15
The flurry of legislative activity will pause for much of Monday as the House observes Sovereignty Day with a number of presentations and discussions in the House Chamber beginn...
Bill to reduce bail for low-risk defendants held over for more testimony
Any amount of bail, even if under $100, can keep low-income defendants in jail and put them at risk of losing their jobs, houses and children. Proponents of HF741, which wou...
House OK’s updated bicycle traffic regulations, rider rules
HF462 contains a number of proposed changes related to riding rules, bicyclist duties and rules governing drivers when they interact with bikers.
Range of recruitment efforts needed to address Hennepin County foster care crisis
A $75,000 appropriation is being sought in Fiscal Year 2020 to recruit and support foster families in Hennepin County while developing a strategic planning model to meet its needs moving forward.
How the state taxes Social Security benefits would change under three bills
How much should Social Security benefits be taxed by the state — if at all? Three bills laid over by the House Taxes Committee Thursday take varied views on the question.

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Priority Dailies

Committee deadlines for 2019 unveiled
Legislators and the public officially know the timeline for getting bills through the committee process.
House committees, schedule and chairs announced for 2019-20 biennium
The framework for the 2019 legislative session took shape Wednesday as House DFL leaders announced the committee structure, chairs and the schedule lawmakers will follow when they reconvene Jan. 8, 2019.
Strong suburban showing puts DFL in control of House
Winning a number of key races in the Twin Cities suburbs, the DFL picked up 18 seats and will hold a 75-59 advantage when the House convenes Jan. 8, 2019.
Omnibus bills provide framework for the state's biennial budget plan
At the beginning of the state’s two-year fiscal cycle, the first year of the legislative session is traditionally a “budget year.” It’s a lengthy process, but it’s one that requ...

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