House Public Information Services produces online content and print publications designed to make the legislative process understandable and accessible to the public.
Legislative Information Manual
This resource is an introductory guide to the legislative process. It begins with a description of the state government structure and continues with a detailed explanation of the law-making process.
Session Daily, an online news source, is updated daily during session with the day's House actions, and when news from the House warrants. An electronic notification list announces daily updates. Sign up now.
Minnesota State Government Series
The nine-part Minnesota State Government Series is an easy-to-understand series of publications about the state, its history, its symbols and its three branches of government.
New Laws summarizes newly enacted laws, vetoed bills and certain proposals that did not pass into law during a given legislative session. Produced for the web after each session, it includes a search function that will help viewers easily locate a story.
Capitol Steps: From Idea to Law (A young person's guide to the legislative process) - is a 16-page booklet explaining, in a simple, straightforward manner, how a bill moves from an idea to law. Capitol Steps is intended as a resource for junior high school students.
Meatpacking workers — their plight spotlighted amid pandemic — afforded more protections under bill advancing in House (3/3/2021 6:49:00 PM) House health panel considers trauma-centered approach to prevent gun violence (3/3/2021 6:39:19 PM) Proposal would prohibit schools from suspending young elementary students (3/3/2021 6:00:09 PM) $57 million sought for statewide economic development boost (3/3/2021 4:12:35 PM) Crop development program would get $10 million under approved bill (3/3/2021 3:51:00 PM) Fire and police station construction could be less taxing (3/3/2021 3:44:00 PM) Funding change to crisis stabilization services could improve access to care, lawmaker says (3/3/2021 3:18:26 PM) Education committee considers extending funding for suicide-prevention training (3/3/2021 3:08:06 PM) Approved bill would provide $55 million annually for homeless families (3/3/2021 2:13:03 PM) House panel approves funding for Alzheimer’s awareness campaign (3/3/2021 1:24:00 PM) Saying local control lacking, Roseville officials push lawmakers for statewide hotel licensing (3/3/2021 1:03:00 PM)
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