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â€˜No easy fix:â€™ legislative reform subcommittee holds first meeting (7/10/2019 3:24:00 PM) Governor signs special session budget bills into law (5/31/2019 11:52:53 AM) After sunrise, the sun sets on 2019 special session (5/25/2019 7:09:00 AM) House passes omnibus education bill during special session, includes $543 million funding boost (5/25/2019 6:50:00 AM) Omnibus state government bill going to governor has $60 million base increase (5/25/2019 6:44:00 AM) Public safety bill that â€˜scratched the surfaceâ€™ gets House, Senate approval and heads to governor (5/25/2019 4:33:00 AM) Wage theft penalties among House-, Senate-approved omnibus jobs and energy bill (5/25/2019 3:58:00 AM) The tax bill cometh â€“ and the governor will need to act on it (5/25/2019 2:35:00 AM) Environment funding bill now awaits action by the governor (5/25/2019 1:08:00 AM) â€˜Status quoâ€™ transportation bill clears House (5/25/2019 12:40:00 AM) The last big bill is ready: omnibus health and human services legislation unveiled (5/24/2019 9:31:00 PM)
The 2020 Regular Session of the Minnesota Legislature is scheduled to convene on Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Tuesday, February 11 2020 12:00 PM
Watch: Live Event
The Speaker of the House and the Senate Majority Leader have agreed to convene the 2020 Regular Session of the Minnesota Legislature on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 12 p.m.
The 2020 session is scheduled to begin Feb. 11, 2020.
Bill Introductions: Special Session HF1-HF17
There were 2,921 House files introduced during the 2019 regular session; 2,722 in 2017; 2,379 in 2015; 1,862 in 2013; and 1,761 in 2011.
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According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, Minnesota is the only state with a divided legislature in the 2019-20 biennium. The last time there was only one divided state legislature in the country was 1914.
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