*HF 1798 will be heard for informational purposes only.
(Baker) - Gasoline tax rate disclosure signage required.
(Lien) - Electronic paddlewheels established.
(Petersburg) - Credit reports regarding minors security freezes required.
(Loon) - Health insurers and fraternals minimum solvency requirements modified to conform to the accreditation standards of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
(Atkins) - Cell phone cases resembling a firearm possession, manufacture, or sale prohibited.
(Hilstrom) - Commerce Fraud Bureau authority to apply for or execute search warrants clarified.
(Swedzinski) - Tax time savings grant program created and funding provided, existing appropriation for the taxpayer assistance grants program increased, and money appropriated.
(Newberger) - Qualified active duty military members and veterans and spouses granted waiver for licensing experience requirement for broker's examination.
(Sanders) - Wireless communications service provider added to the statute allowing use of public roads by other utilities, task force established to study and make recommendations on deployment of small wireless telecommunications facilities, and report required.
(Sanders) - St. Paul; Major League Soccer stadium provided, and liquor license issuance authorized.
(Theis) - St. Cloud State University liquor license authorized.
(Selcer) - St. Paul; liquor license issuance for Indiafest held on the Capitol grounds authorized.
(Cornish) - Janesville; on-sale intoxicating liquor license issuance by cities to municipal golf courses authorized, and Janesville authorized to issue a license for Prairie Ridge Golf Club.
(Wagenius) - Minneapolis; intoxicating liquor license authorized.
(Wills) - Manufactured home relocation trust fund changes made.
(Loonan) - Merged market health plan requirements established, and related changes made.
(Rarick) - Building and construction contracts regulated, subcontractor payments regulated, and progress payments and retainages provided.
(Hoppe) - St. Cloud, St. Paul, Janesville, and Minneapolis; various intoxicating liquor licenses allowed.