Rep. Lyndon Carlson
200 State Office Building
I. REMOVED: HF 3980 (Liebling) Public health response contingency account money deposit transferred. (pending referral)
II. *HF 1 (Kotyza-Witthuhn) Early childhood; additional funding and opportunities for children ages birth to three created; programs and funding for prenatal care services, home visiting, early childhood education, and child care assistance governed; and money appropriated.
III. *HF 1246 (Morrison) Prescription Drug Price Transparency Act established, and report required.
IV. *HF 4 (Lesch) Prescription Drug Pricing Restrictions
V. *HF 1405 (Stephenson) Clean Energy First Act established, and electric utilities required to meet resource needs using clean energy resources.
VI. *HF 2806 (Long) Clemency Review Commission established, Board of Pardons procedures modified, and clarifying changes made.
VII. *HF 1257 (Cantrell) Prescription drug benefit transparency and disclosure required.
VIII. HF 2001 (Cantrell) Workforce certificates of compliance ensured to apply equally to in-state and out-of-state contractors.
IX. REMOVED: HF1863 (Lillie) State employee salaries funding appropriated in the event of non-appropriation.
X. HF 3375 (Ecklund) Workforce training pilot project funding provided, and money appropriated.
XI. Informational session on Stadium Reserve Account : MMB presentation and OLA Stadium Reserve Report Recommendations
• Myron Frans, Commissioner, Minnesota Management and Budget
• Bryan Dahl, Financial Planning Director, MMB Budget Division
• Jen Hassemer, Assistant Commissioner for Debt Management
OLA Stadium Reserve Report Recommendations
• Ryan Dean Baker, Office of the Legislative Auditor
• Scott Tjomsland, Office of the Legislative Auditor
*These bills will be procedural motions to refer without recommendation to another committee. HF 4 and HF 1257 will be recommended to be referred to State Government Finance. HF 1246 and HF 2806 will be recommended to be referred to Judiciary Finance and Civil Law. HF 1 and HF 1405 will be recommended to be referred to Jobs and Economic Development Finance. Should these bills move forward, a more complete discussion will occur upon return to Ways and Means for final consideration.