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Public Safety Finance and Policy

THIRTY-SIXTH MEETING

2013-2014 Regular Session - March 05, 2014

STATE OF MINNESOTA THIRTY-SIXTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES EIGHTY-EIGHTH SESSION

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY FINANCE AND POLICY
Chair, Representative Michael Paymar

MINUTES

Representative Paymar, Chair of the Committee on Public Safety Finance and Policy, called the meeting to order at 10:16 a.m. Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 in Room 10 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:
Paymar, Chair
Rosenthal, Vice Chair
Cornish, Lead
Hilstrom
Johnson, B.
Kelly
Kieffer
Lesch
Lohmer
Mullery
Newberger
Savick
Schoen
Simon
Simonson
Slocum
Uglem
Ward, J.

A quorum was present.

Rep. Rosenthal moved that the minutes of the March 4th, 2014 meeting be approved. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

Vice Chair Rosenthal assumed the chair at 10:17 a.m.

H.F. 2144 (Paymar) Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) funds carryover to second year authorized to combat sexual exploitation of youth.

Rep. Paymar moved that H.F. 2144 be laid over for possible inclusion in the Public Safety Omnibus bill.

Testifying on H.F. 2144 were:

Erica Schumacher - Strategic Initiatives & Community Relations Director, Office of the Ramsey County Attorney
Dave Pinto – Assistant Ramsey County Attorney
Neil Melton – Executive Director, Peace Officer and Standards and Training Board

Vice Chair Rosenthal laid over H.F. 2144.

Chair Paymar resumed the chair at 10:29 a.m.

H.F. 2446 (Simonson) Board of Pharmacy cease and desist authority granted to prevent the sale of synthetic drugs, laws governing misbranding or adulterated drugs modified, drug definition expanded, sunset and legislative reporting requirement for the Board of Pharmacy's emergency drug scheduling authority repealed, training and expert support provided in the prosecution of synthetic drug cases, public education plan established, and money appropriated.

Rep. Simonson moved that H.F. 2446 be re-referred to the committee on Health and Human Services Policy.

Testifying on behalf of H.F. 2446 was:

Dr. Cody Wiberg – Executive Director, Minnesota Board of Pharmacy

Rep. Simonson renewed his motion that H.F. 2446 be re-referred to the committee on Health and Human Services Policy. THE MOTION PREVAILED.

The meeting was adjourned at 11:22 a.m.




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Representative Michael Paymar, Chair



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DJ Danielson, Committee Legislative Assistant
More Info On This Meeting..
Bills Added:
  • HF2144 (Paymar) - Sexual exploitation of youth; carryover to second year of grant and training funds to combat sexual exploitation of youth authorized.
  • HF2446 (Simonson) - Pharmacy Board cease and desist authority granted to prevent the sale of synthetic drugs, misbranded or adulterated drug laws modified, definition expanded, emergency drug scheduling authority sunset and legislative reporting requirement repealed, mandatory restitution provided, public education plan established, and money appropriated.
House TV Video:
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07:20 - Gavel.
09:06 - HF2144 (Paymar) Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) funds carryover to second year authorized to combat sexual exploitation of youth.
12:15 - Update on Safe Harbor expenditures from Ramsey County Attorney John Choi's office.
16:51 - Further consideration of HF2144 (Paymar) Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) funds carryover to second year authorized to combat sexual exploitation of youth.
21:10 - HF2446 (Simonson) Board of Pharmacy cease and desist authority granted to prevent the sale of synthetic drugs, laws governing misbranding or adulterated drugs modified, drug definition expanded, sunset and legislative reporting requirement for the Board of Pharmacy's emergency drug scheduling authority repealed, training and expert support provided in the prosecution of synthetic drug cases, public education plan established, and money appropriated.
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Update on safe harbor expenditures from Ramsey County Attorney John Choi's Office