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Friday, March 1, 2019

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Friday, March 1, 2019
Friday, March 1, 2019 , 9:00 AM

Commerce

Chair: Rep. Laurie Halverson
Location: Basement Hearing Room
Agenda:
Bills may be taken up in any order. Gambling bills are expected to be taken up first.

Gambling - Gambling bills may be laid over or re-referred

HF 69 (Dettmer)
HF 293 (Lien)
HF 294 (Dettmer)
HF 356 (Lien)

Liquor - Liquor bills are expected to be laid over

HF 347 (Becker-Finn) Single entities ownership of a cocktail room and taproom license permitted.
HF 453 (Anderson) Off-sale alcoholic beverages sales excluded in food handler license fee.
HF 1031 (Hertaus) Temporary liquor license issuance restrictions city population requirement modified.
HF 1033 (Mariani) St. Paul authorized to issue off-sale intoxicating liquor license to specific hotel.
HF 1119 (Becker-Finn) Roseville municipal golf course liquor service allowed.
HF 1462 (Jurgens) Sunday liquor sale hours modified.
HF 1802 (Loeffler) Brewer off-sale license condition modified.
HF 1815 (Murphy) Municipal liquor store accounting adjustment provided.
HF 1826 (Elkins) Edina on-sale intoxicating liquor license issuance authorized.
HF 1827 (Nash) Microdistillery requirements modified, on-sale license authorized, liquor and tasting-related services provision authorized, and money appropriated.
HF 1909 (Lesch) Wine direct shippers regulated; sales and use taxes, liquor gross receipts taxes, and excise taxes on direct shipments of wine imposed; licensing and required reports provided; data classification provided; and bootlegging prohibited.


Testimony will be limited to 3 minutes.







Bills Added
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Friday, March 1, 2019 , 9:00 AM

Legislative Salary Council

Location: G22 Transportation Building
Agenda:

1. Introduction of Members

2. Adopt Agenda

3. Election of chair, vice chair

4. Administrative Matters

5. Open Meeting Law and Data Practices Act

6. Consider Proposed Policies

   - Data Practices Policy for Members of the Public
   - Data Practices Policy for Data Subjects

7. Summary of Constitutional and Statutory provisions related to the Legislative Salary Council

8.  Legislator compensation data

   - Legislator comp and per diem history
   - Other compensation: insurance, retirement, reimbursable expenses
   - Other states

9. Testimony from former legislators

10. Public Testimony

11. Council Discussion

12. Next Steps


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Friday, March 1, 2019 , 9:00 AM

Transportation Finance and Policy Division

Chair: Rep. Frank Hornstein
Location: FIELD HEARING: North Metro
Agenda:

FIELD HEARING

9:00 a.m. -- Noon
Blaine City Hall
10801 Town Square Drive NE
Blaine, MN 55449

Bills may be added.

All members of the community are invited to attend, and the committee welcomes public testimony.

Individuals and groups that wish to provide testimony to the committee may do so by contacting the committee administrator: John.Howe@house.mn

Bills Added
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Friday, March 1, 2019 , 9:30 AM

Education Policy

Chair: Rep. Cheryl Youakim
Location: 5 State Office Building
Agenda:
I. Call to Order

II. HF244 (Claflin) - School districts required to conduct radon testing.

III. HF491 (Demuth) - School employees, independent contractors, and persons in positions of authority who have sexual relationships with students penalties established.

IV. HF1414 (Lippert) - Commissioner of education required to develop sexual health curriculum program, and report required.

V. HF1094 (Her) - Mental health education requirements amended.

VI. HF1204 (Pryor) - School sexual harassment and sex discrimination laws compliance required, training required, and money appropriated.

VII. HF532 (Erickson) - Background checks required on all first-time teaching applicants, and mandatory reporting expanded.

VIII. HF1566 (Kunesh-Podein) - Substance misuse prevention instruction grant funding provided, report required, and money appropriated.

IX. Adjournment

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Friday, March 1, 2019 , 10:00 AM

Legislative Audit Commission

Chair: Rep. Rick Hansen, Sen. Mark W. Koran
Location: 120 State Capitol
Agenda:

Release OLA evaluation, Office of Minnesota Information Technology Services (MNIT)



Friday, March 1, 2019 , 1:00 PM

Early Childhood Finance and Policy Division

Chair: Rep. Dave Pinto
Location: Great River Regional Library - St. Cloud
Agenda:
Great River Regional Library - St. Cloud
Mississippi Community Room 106
1300 W. St. Germain St.
St. Cloud, MN 56301


I. Call To Order

II. Informational Briefings and Overviews

Early Childhood Careers and the Economy
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development

Early Childhood Educator Shortage Report
Amherst H. Wilder Foundation

Early Childhood Financing
First Children's Finance

Minnesota's Birth to Eight (B8) Workforce Recommendations
Minnesota's B8 Workforce

Early Care and Education Crisis Work Group Report
Think Small

Local Child Care Business Testimony

III. Adjournment


Chair: Rep. Dave Pinto
Location: Great River Regional Library - St. Cloud
Agenda:
Great River Regional Library - St. Cloud
Mississippi Community Room 106
1300 W. St. Germain St.
St. Cloud, MN 56301

Informational Briefings and Overviews

Early Childhood Careers and the Economy
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development

Economic Impacts of the Child Care Shortage
A View from Northeastern Minnesota: Richard Chase, Wilder Research
A View from Central Minnesota: Jason Polivic, Central Todd County Care Center
Carol Anderson, Morrison County Development Corporation

Early Childhood Financing Throughout Minnesota
First Children's Finance: Jerry Cutts

Video Presentation from CSCCE/CCA

Early Care and Education Crisis Work Group Report
Cisa Keller, Think Small

Minnesota's Birth to Eight (B8) Workforce Recommendations
Minnesota's B8 Workforce Recommendations

Kraig Gratke, Lakes and Pines Community Action, Head Start