Chair: Rep. Michael Paymar Location: 10 State Office Building Agenda:
Update on safe harbor expenditures from Ramsey County Attorney John Choi's Office
Pharmacy Board cease and desist authority granted to prevent the sale of synthetic drugs, misbranded or adulterated drug laws modified, definition expanded, emergency drug scheduling authority sunset and legislative reporting requirement repealed, mandatory restitution provided, public education plan established, and money appropriated.
Pupil transportation; seat belt cutters required in type III vehicles, school bus drivers required to conduct post-trip inspections, bus endorsement reporting and cancellation requirements modified, and penalties provided.
Environmental data classified, reporting requirements modified, permitting efficiencies modified and created, Pollution Control Agency duties modified, administrative penalty order and field citation provisions modified, civil penalties provided, rulemaking required, and money appropriated.
Chair: Rep. Jim Davnie Location: 10 State Office Building Agenda:
HF2426 (Dill) Taconite production tax distribution modified.
HF2465 (Lien) Local government aid losses calculation modified.
HF2261 (Persell) Disabled veteran homestead valuation exclusion extended.
HF2399 (Anzelc) Property tax sliding scale market value exclusion for electric power generation efficiency eligibility.
HF2432 (Anzelc) Itasca County authorized to issue general obligation bonds for the county nursing home.
Bills may be added to the agenda.
Special Education Case Load and Rule Alignment Task Force 2014 recommendations implemented, and commissioner of education authorized to use expedited rulemaking to implement the rule recommendations of the task force.
Special education; paperwork burdens reduced by creating a unified online system for collecting and reporting required special education due process data and thereby increasing opportunities for special education educators to focus on teaching students.