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House floor session - part 2

Wednesday, May 07, 2008 - 1:32:00 PM

03:17 - Gavel. CALENDAR FOR THE DAY. 04:05 - <A HREF=>SF3096</A> (Kalin) Energy conservation investments programs established, rulemaking requirements eliminated, microenergy loan program established, bonds issued, guaranteed energy savings contracts provision modified, and money appropriated. 50:44 - <A HREF=>HF3539</A> (Swails) Hospital construction moratorium exception provided. 1:20:09 - <A HREF=>HF3783</A> (Atkins) Insurance provisions regulated relating to fees, coverages, contracts, filings, forms, financial planners, vehicle sales, appraisers, subdivided lands, domestic mutual insurance companies, collection agencies, and underwriting associations. 1:30:11 - <A HREF=>SF100</A> (Kahn) Stem cell research state policy established authorizing the University of Minnesota to spend state-appropriated funds on stem cell research, and criminal penalties imposed. 3:00:45 - <A HREF=>SF2468</A> (Mahoney) Minnesota Technology, Incorporated renamed Enterprise Minnesota, Incorporated, and related provisions updated, technical changes made, and Agricultural Utilization Research Institute provisions recodified. 3:05:06 - <A HREF=>SF3158</A> (Moe) Explore Minnesota Tourism rental lodging study required, definitions created, and report required. 3:31:03 - <A HREF=>SF3323</A> (Loeffler) Federally qualified health centers allocation of subsidies provision modification. 3:39:44 - <A HREF=>SF2980</A> (Tschumper) Flood insurance coverage regulated, and disclosures of noncoverage required. 3:58:02 - <A HREF=>SF2533</A> (Tillberry) Gambling device definition clarified, and gambling devices or components for shipment to other jurisdiction provisions repealed. 4:25:48 - <A HREF=>SF2795</A> (Thissen) Death deed conveyance of interests in real property by transfer provision provided, acknowledgments made in a representative capacity clarified, registered land application clarified, obsolete language eliminated and technical changes made. The House went into recess. Runs 4 hours, 34 minutes.