The committee is meeting to discuss unresolved issues from the past legislative session including, but not limited to:
- Data Practices Contract Exemption to Minnesota Health Plans & Department of Human Services Reporting Process Required in SF 1770
- License Plate Reader use by law enforcement
-Formation of a Legislative Commission on Intelligence and Technology
The joint committee will discuss SF2470 (Melin). The original bill language was replaced by the Medical Cannabil Therapeutic Research Act. See meeting documents for current bill language.
(Lesch) - Imprisonment and Exoneration Remedies Act; exonerated persons compensated, and money appropriated.
(Liebling) - Children and family services, health care, chemical and mental health services, continuing care, and operations obsolete provisions removed; and elderly waiver, alternative care program, and mental health services for children governing provisions modified.
(Ward) - Local public health system changes made.
(Rosenthal) - Forensic laboratory accreditation provided.
(Winkler) - Legislators' privilege from arrest clarified, and driving while impaired specified as a breach of the peace for purposes of the Minnesota Constitution.
(Mullery) - Court-ordered child support failure to pay crime clarified.
The committee will review the data practices provisions of the A33 Amendment to HF2397. See the memorandum below drafted pursuant to House Rule 4.16.
(Ward) - Checking account numbers classified as nonpublic data.
(Johnson) - ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) response and treatment quality of care report required.
(Holberg) - Safe at Home program participant data and real property records regulated.
(Swedzinski) - Secretary of state filings, recordings, and registrations regulated.
(Simon) - Personal property liens regulated, and sale of motor vehicle held by a licensed dealer provided.
(Atkins) - Insurance regulations modified to reduce fraud, no-fault auto benefits regulated, economic benefits modified under chapter 65B, and motor vehicle insurance coverage verification task force established.
(Paymar) - Public Safety Department; outdated and redundant statutes amended and repealed, and report required on collection of data on victims of domestic abuse.