Rep. John Lesch
10 State Office Building
***Note***No Additional Testimony Will Be Taken on the Subcommittee Reports.
Subcommittee Reports from the Data Practices Subcommittee:
HF501 (Hilstrom) Medical examiners and coroners permitted to use license and identification card photographs.
HF604 (Myhra) Personnel data disclosure provisions modified.
HF621 (Winkler) Private data specified on individuals with disabilities as private data.
HF798 (Erhardt) Minnesota road use test participation data classified, and construction manager.
HF828 (Lesch) Secure communications network access authorized, minimum standards provided, and network use.
HF589 (Kahn) Genetic information provisions changed.
HF804 (Scott) Department of Corrections allowed to access data to track employment of offenders sentenced to probation for the purpose of case planning.
HF782 (Norton) Newborn Hearing Screening Advisory Committee expiration extended, and early hearing detection and intervention program data classified.
Additional Bills on the Agenda:
HF838 (Schoen) Court services, detention, and corrections data access provided for domestic fatality review teams.
HF704 (Hilstrom) Family Reunification Act of 2013 created.
HF681 (Simon) Limitation period for civil actions involving sexual abuse changed. - 15 minutes will be given for proponent testimony and 15 minutes will be given for opposition testimony.
HF827 (Lenczewski) Property tax administration data practice provisions technical and clarifying changes made.
HF584 (Hortman) Data collected from or provided by applicants, users, and customers of transit services in the metropolitan area classified.
If you wish to testify on HF838, HF704 or HF681, please contact Charlotte Antin at email@example.com