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House & Senate Broadcast Television Schedule - a list of upcoming events

Friday, Feb. 22, 2019

* Legislative television programming is produced and created by the Minnesota House of Representatives and the Minnesota Senate *

8:00 a.m. - (delayed broadcast from Thursday) Senate Committee on Health and Human Services Finance and Policy
Agenda:
S.F. 890 (Eichorn) Well and boring notification fees limitations.
S.F. 966 (Nelson) X-ray practice of cardiovascular technologists education requirements authorization.
S.F. 1168 (Benson) Physicians ultrasound image viewing prior to an abortion requirement.

11:00 a.m. - (delayed broadcast from Wednesday) Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Policy and Legacy Finance
Agenda:
S.F. 1061 (Draheim) Environmental quality board (EQB) Minnesota lakes protection plan development requirement.
S.F. 1025 (Eken) River Watch program appropriation.
S.F. 763 (Ruud) Minnesota Public Television Association appropriation.
S.F. 762 (Ruud) Twin Cities Public Television (TPT) immigration project appropriation.

1:00 p.m. - (delayed broadcast from Tuesday) House Public Safety and Criminal Justice Reform Finance and Policy Division
Agenda:
HF1001 (Pinto) DWI law regarding how license plates are impounded and reissued modified, and criminal penalties provided.
HF1002 (Pinto) DWI offenders' driver's license reinstatement condition to take a specified examination not required.
HF1061 (Lesch) Drivers' license suspension by the commissioner of public safety authority modified, retroactive driver's license reinstatement provided, technical changes made, and report required.
HF898 (Lesch) License reinstatement diversion pilot program made permanent, and report required.

2:30 p.m. - (delayed broadcast from Tuesday) House Health and Human Services Policy Committee
Agenda:
HF90 (Schultz) Health care and home care bills of rights, home care licensing provisions, Office of Health Facility Complains duties and powers, house with services registration requirements, vulnerable adult consumer protection, and the Vulnerable Adults Act modified; assisted living title protection clarified; task forces established; and reports required. (with DE1 author's amendment)

4:15 p.m. - (delayed broadcast from Wednesday) House Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Division
Agenda:
Guardian ad Litem budget request presentation
HF13 (Kunesh-Podein) Gender equality provided for under the law, and constitutional amendment proposed


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