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THIRTY-SEVENTH MEETING

2011-2012 Regular Session - April 14, 2011

STATE OF MINNESOTA THIRTY-SEVENTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES EIGHTY-SEVENTH SESSION

STATE GOVERNMENT FINANCE

MINUTES

Representative Lanning, Chair of the State Government Finance Committee, called the meeting to order at 8:19 a.m. on April 14, 2011, in Room 200 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:

LANNING, Morrie, Chair
BENSON, Mike, Vice Chair
ANDERSON, BRUCE
BANAIAN, King
DOWNEY, Keith
GAUTHIER, Kerry
GREENE, Marion
GUNTHER, Bob
HAYDEN, Jeff
KAHN, Phyllis
LEIDIGER, Ernie
LILLIE, Leon
LOHMER, Kathy
MCELFATRICK, Carolyn
MURPHY, Mary
MURRAY, Rich
SIMON, Steve
SLAWIK, Nora
STENSRUD, Kirk
URDAHL, Dean
WINKLER, Ryan
All members were present.

A quorum was present.

Representative Murray moved that the minutes from the committee meeting on April 13, 2011, be approved. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Benson moved that HF 210 be recommended to pass and re-referred to the Committee on Transportation Policy and Finance.

Representative Benson moved the H0210DE6 amendment to HF 210. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Benson moved the H0210A32 amendment to HF 210, as amended. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Representative Simon moved the H0210A31 amendment to HF 210, as amended.

The following seven members voted in favor of the motion: GAUTHIER, GREENE, KAHN, LILLIE, MUPRHY, SIMON, and WINKLER.

The following ten members voted against the motion: BANAIAN, BENSON, DOWNEY, LANNING, LEIDIGER, LOHMER, McELFATRICK, MURRAY, STENSRUD, and URDAHL.

THE MOTION DID NOT PREVAIL (7-10).

Representative Kahn moved that the H0210DE6 amendment to HF 210, as amended, be amended as follows: Page 22, after line 33 insert, "© It is intended that the secretary of state reimburse costs incurred by counties, cities, and townships to implement the requirements of this act. The secretary of state shall conduct a cost survey to determine the appropriate reimbursement for each unit of government." and requested a roll-call vote.

The following nine members voted in favor of the motion: GAUTHIER, GREENE, HAYDEN, KAHN, LILLIE, MUPRHY, SIMON, SLAWIK, and WINKLER.

The following twelve members voted against the motion: ANDERSON, BANAIAN, BENSON, DOWNEY, GUNTHER, LANNING, LEIDIGER, LOHMER, McELFATRICK, MURRAY, STENSRUD, and URDAHL.

THE MOTION DID NOT PREVAIL (9-12).

Representative Kahn moved that HF 210, as amended, be laid over for further consideration upon receipt of an updated local impact note. THE MOTION DID NOT PREVAIL.

Representative Downey requested a roll-call vote on HF 210, as amended.

Representative Benson moved that HF 210, as amended, be passed and re-referred to the Committee on Transportation Policy and Finance.

The following twelve members voted in favor of the motion: ANDERSON, BANAIAN, BENSON, DOWNEY, GUNTHER, LANNING, LEIDIGER, LOHMER, McELFATRICK, MURRAY, STENSRUD, and URDAHL.

The following nine members voted against the motion: GAUTHIER, GREENE, HAYDEN, KAHN, LILLIE, MUPRHY, SIMON, SLAWIK, and WINKLER.

THE MOTION PREVAILED (12-9).

The meeting was adjourned at 9:45 a.m.


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REP. MORRIE LANNING, CHAIR


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Johnna K. O'Neill
Committee Legislative Assistant
More Info On This Meeting..
Bills Added:
  • HF210 (Kiffmeyer) - Voter picture identification required before receiving a ballot, identification cards provided at no charge, provisional ballot procedures established, challenged voter eligibility list created, election administration procedures specified, electronic polling place rosters allowed and standards set, electronic roster implementation legislative task force created, recount procedures enacted, and money appropriated.
House TV Video:
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03:47 - Gavel.
04:22 - HF210 (Kiffmeyer) Voter picture identification required before receiving a ballot, identification cards provided at no charge, provisional ballot procedures established, election administration procedures specified, electronic polling place required, recount procedures enacted, and money appropriated.
Runs 1 hour, 27 minutes.


No public testimony.