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Tuesday, March 12, 2019

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 8:00 AM

Capital Investment Division

Chair: Rep. Mary Murphy
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 1598, HF 817, HF 816, and HF 1625 are pending referral and will be heard on an informational only basis.

Bills Added
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 8:00 AM

Early Childhood Finance and Policy Division

Chair: Rep. Dave Pinto
Location: Capitol 120
Agenda:
I. Call to Order

II. Approval of Meeting Minutes

III. HF1590 (Bernardy) - Early education provisions modified, five regions for the voluntary prekindergarten program established, and school readiness plus program made permanent.

IV. HF1512 (Sandell) - Early education teacher licensure requirements established.

V. Adjournment

Bills Added
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 8:00 AM

Jobs and Economic Development Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Tim Mahoney
Location: 200 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 1268 (Kotyza-Witthuhn) Angel Tax Credit
HF 1012 (Claflin) Displaced homemaker programs funding provided, and money appropriated
HF 988 (Bernardy) School contractors eligibility requirements modified.
HF 985 (Hassan) East African community economic development pilot grant program funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF 1359 (Petersburg) Owatonna and Steele counties workforce training funding provided, and money appropriated.

If you would like to testify, please contact Travis Reese at (651) 296-7175 or travis.reese@house.mn



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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 8:00 AM

State Government Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Michael V. Nelson
Location: Basement Hearing Room
Agenda:
I. Department of Administration, Governor's recommended budget change level requests

II. HF 1355 (Claflin) South Saint Paul women's suffrage monument funding provided, bonds issued

III. HF 1461 (Claflin) South Saint Paul Doug Woog HVAC improvements funding provided, bonds issued

Bills Added
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 8:00 AM

Taxes

Chair: Rep. Paul Marquart
Location: 5 State Office Building
Agenda:
I. HF 2125 (Marquart) Governor's tax bill. Federal tax law changes conformity and nonconformity provided; and various tax law provisions modified including individual income and corporate franchise taxes, sales and use taxes, property taxes, local government aids, tobacco taxes, and special taxes

The Department of Revenue will present the Governor's Tax bill and answer member questions.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 9:30 AM

Rules and Legislative Administration

Chair: Rep. Ryan Winkler
Location: 400N State Office Building
Agenda:
Rules and Legislative Administration
Chair: Rep. Ryan Winkler


Meeting:
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
9:30 AM to 9:45 AM
400N State Office Building

Agenda:
I. Call To Order

II. Roll Call

III. Approval of Minutes of March 7, 2019

IV. Calendar for the Day for March 14, 2019

V. Adjournment




Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 9:45 AM

Agriculture and Food Finance and Policy Division

Time Changed
Chair: Rep. Jeanne Poppe
Location: 200 State Office Building
Agenda:
Meeting time is extended to 11:45 am if additional time is needed.

I. HF 1965 (Poppe) Saltwater aquatic farm requirements modified

II. HF 1908 (Hansen) Pesticide treated plants false labeling prohibited

III. HF 1595 (Sundin) Modifying bioincentive program

IV. HF 931 (Backer) Advanced biofuel production incentive program modifications

V. HF 212 (Davnie) Eliminating the state preemption of certain pesticide control ordinances for cities of the first class

VI. Roll out of Delete Everything for HF 1733 - Omnibus Agriculture Policy bill

VII. HF 2093 (Poppe) Farmer disaster recovery loan program expanded, and retroactive effective data provided.
- MDA update on resources available to address snow/wind damaged/collapsed barns

Note on HF 1733: After the walk through of the DE, public testimony will be taken and then the bill will be laid over. Amendments are due to nancy.conley@house.mn by 9:45 am on Wednesday, March 13.

HF 1516 (Lippert) Beginning farmer modifications bill has been rescheduled on Thursday, March 14.
HF 915 (Anderson) and HF 2021 (Anderson) Grain buyers bills have been rescheduled on Thursday, March 21.

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Bills Removed
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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 9:45 AM

Education Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Jim Davnie
Location: 5 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 525 (Persell) Pupil transportation adjustment calculation modified, pupil transportation working group provided, and report required.

HF 1100 (Kunesh Podein) American Indian Tribal Contract school aid continued at its current level, and money appropriated.

HF 501 (Persell) American Indian-controlled tribal contract and grant school funding provided for Minnesota reading and math corp programs.

HF 1177 (Wazlawik) Minnesota math corps program funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 521 (Davnie) School safety grant funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

HF 2240 (Lien) Authorizing a pilot site for a cooperative career academy; requiring a report; appropriating money for a cooperative career academy school in Moorhead; authorizing the sale and issuance of state bonds.


The agenda order may change and more bills may be added.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 9:45 AM
Time Note: If necessary the committee will recess and reconvene in Capitol 120 at 4:30 p.m.

Energy and Climate Finance and Policy Division

Chair: Rep. Jean Wagenius
Location: Capitol 120
Agenda:
HF1956 (Long) - Clean Energy First Act established, electric utilities required to meet resource needs using clean energy resources, biomass definition as eligible energy technology modified, electricity-generating utilities energy proportion from renewable sources increased and target dates goals must be achieved set, state energy savings policy goal updated and Conservation Improvement Program Modernization Act of 2019 established.

If you wish to testify, please contact Mike Molzahn at mike.molzahn@house.mn

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 9:45 AM
Time Note: Committee may continue meeting as late as 12:30 p.m., if necessary. Committee may reconvene at 5:30 pm or the call of the chair, if necessary in SOB 300N.

Government Operations

Chair: Rep. Mike Freiberg
Location: Basement Hearing Room
Agenda:
*The order of the bills may change. Bills may be added or removed from the agenda. Bills may be carried over from the previous meeting and/or carried over to the next committee meeting.

HF2122 (Nelson)
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) healthcare agreement ratified.

HF1994 (Freiberg)
Hennepin County campaign disclosure provisions modified.

HF2059 (Lee)
Fair campaign practices provisions changed.

HF1714 (Xiong, J.)
Ramsey County Community Corrections Department eliminated.

HF2097 (Freiberg)
Hennepin County; library director qualifications modified.

HF684 (Mann)
Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota requested to establish advisory council on rare diseases, and money appropriated.

HF2084 (Fischer)
Legislative Water Commission extended.

HF1998 (Persell)
State-owned buildings solar energy systems and renewable sources provisions modified.

HF2053 (Cantrell)
Office of Enterprise Sustainability created.

HF2055 (Lillie)
Historical society provisions modified.

HF2056 (Freiberg)
State solicitation process provisions modified.

HF2057 (Moran)
Commissioner of employment and economic development or a national recognized certifying organization allowed to certify small businesses for state procurement program participation.

HF192 (Masin)
Metropolitan Council staggered terms provided, nomination committee membership expanded, additional information required to be made publicly available as part of the selection process, council member qualifications clarified, new advisory committee required, and stakeholder group sewer availability charges established

BILLS REMOVED:
HF1239 (Wagenius)
Health commissioner directed to test for contaminants in surface water used as drinking water, identification and implementation of source water protection strategies required, health commissioner directed to adopt health risk limits for certain substances, reports required, and money appropriated.

HF142 (Lesch)
Counties required to provide pay differential to employees while mobilized in the United States military's reserve component.
Link under Bills will be added as soon as available.

PLEASE NOTE: Testimony will be limited. Please plan accordingly. If you would like to testify, please contact Amanda Rudolph at amanda.rudolph@house.mn.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 9:45 AM

Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Division

Chair: Rep. John Lesch
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:
III. HF 5 (Halverson) Paid Family Medical Leave
• Author Chair Halverson

**please note, HF 5 has been heard in 3 other committees (labor, commerce and gov ops) and our hearing will be limited in scope to the jurisdiction of our committee: data practices and appeal process**

HF 1503 (Becker-Finn) tribal access to vital record data

HF 1138 (Fischer) Digital fair repair
*This bill has had a full hearing in Commerce and is referred to Judiciary for the limited purpose of reviewing the immunity provisions and AG cause of action. Therefore, testimony and debate will be limited to the relevant topics.*

HF 1511 (Hassan): Eviction case court files discretionary and mandatory expungements eligibility expanded...

HF 804 (Lesch) Data Practices legislative commission
• Author, Rep. Lesch

HF 2004 (Lesch) Unredacted information provided to parties in closed cases under circumstances

HF 2062 (Dehn) Data collected under the workforce certificate of compliance classified

**bills may be added**

**members of the public who wish to testify, should contact the Committee Administrator, Rachel Ganani: rachel.ganani@house.mn testimony will be limited to two minutes per person**

**If we do not complete our agenda during committee time, we will recess and re-convene at 5 pm in hearing room 10**


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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 12:45 PM
Time Note: **If necessary, the division will reconvene in Room 5 at 6:00pm to finish the agenda

Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Rick Hansen
Location: 5 State Office Building
Agenda:
*Agenda Change: Bills added.

HF1502 (Fischer) Salt applicator certification program established, and liability limited.
HF95 (Demuth) St. Joseph; East Park amenity development funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1322 (Demuth) Rocori Trail funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1828 (Lien) Moorhead; flood hazard mitigation funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF383 (Marquart) Flood hazard mitigation grant funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1600 (Marquart) Buffalo-Red River Watershed District flood hazard mitigation funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated
HF1593 (Considine) Mankato; Minnesota River-Mankato watershed water quality mitigation funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1158 (Backer) Redpath impoundment flood hazard mitigation project funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF849 (Nornes) Otter Tail County; Perham to Pelican Rapids Regional Trail funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1079 (Morrison) Reinvest in Minnesota reserve program funding provided, working grasslands easements acquired, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1446 (Pinto) St. Paul; River Learning Center funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1481 (Lillie) Battle Creek winter recreation area funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
*HF2163 (Lillie) Metropolitan Council regional park and open-space land acquisition and improvement funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1598 (Hansen) West St. Paul wastewater infrastructure improvements funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1854 (Hansen) Dakota County pedestrian and bicycle trails funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF1081 (Hansen) Forests for the future program funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
*HF2176 (Ecklund) Babbitt Recreation Area campground construction funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
*HF2140 (Ecklund) Silver Bay; multimodal trailhead center funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
*HF2108 (Ecklund) Crane Lake; Voyageurs National Park and Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness access roads and public campground funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
*HF2132 (Lee) Minneapolis; Mississippi River and trail connections access funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.

Procedural Motion: The following House Files were heard previously in the Environment Finance Division or Water Division and are to be returned to Ways and Means with a recommendation to be re-referred to Capital Investment:

HF177 (Lien) Clay County; new resource recovery campus funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF214 (Ecklund) St. Louis County; Voyageur Country All-Terrain Vehicle Trail funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF384 (Sauke) Rochester; Willow Creek Trail funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF450 (Sauke) Rochester; Cascade Lake Regional Park funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF609 (Huot) Dakota County; railroad crossing safety improvement funding provided for the Mississippi River Regional Trail, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF952 (Davids) Root River State Trail funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF408 (Poppe) Austin; Cedar River Watershed District funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
HF582 (Hansen) Metropolitan area inflow and infiltration grant funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated

*Additional bills may be added.




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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 12:45 PM

Health and Human Services Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Tina Liebling
Location: 200 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF85 (Brand) Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board required to propose guidelines authorizing patient-assisted medication administration in emergencies.
HF825 (Kotyza-Witthuhn) Child care pilot program to create two women-run businesses in low-income urban areas funding provided, reports required, and money appropriated.
HF908 (Kotyza-Witthuhn) Child care business training funding provided, reports required, and money appropriated.
HF154 (Huot) Regional emergency medical services program grant funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF155 (Huot) Comprehensive advanced life support educational program funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF1169 (Persell) Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe welfare services funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF1981 (Noor) Health commissioner local public health grant funding provided, and money appropriated.

Please contact Patrick McQuillan if you would like to testify by Monday, 3/11 at 4 pm.

Bills Added
Chair: Rep. Carlos Mariani
Location: Capitol 120
Agenda:
Police Professional Excellence Week

HF 2324 (Howard) Peace Officer Excellence Task Force established.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 12:45 PM

Transportation Finance and Policy Division

Chair: Rep. Frank Hornstein
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:
12:45 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. in Room 10 of the State Office Building

*Bills may be added or removed*

The committee may recess and reconvene to complete business at 5:30 p.m. in Room 500N.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 2:30 PM
Time Note: Committee will likely extend past 4:00 p.m. to finish all bills except HF 12. ***Committee will reconvene at 7:00 p.m. in Room 200 to hear HF 12. A ticket will be required to be in the hearing room for HF 12 at 7:00 p.m. Please see separate 7:00 p.m. posting for more details.

Commerce

Chair: Rep. Laurie Halverson
Location: 200 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 12 will be heard at 7:00 p.m. All other bills may be taken in any order.

HF 90 (Schultz) Assisted living resident consumer protections established, assisted living establishment license established, criminal penalties provided, rulemaking authority granted, maltreatment report processing and enforcement provisions added, and reports required. (pending re-referral)
***The House Research Analyst will provide an overview of the sections of HF 90 within the purview of the Commerce Committee. Testimony must be limited accordingly.***

HF 766 (Edelson) Medical cannabis requirements modified, and money appropriated. (pending re-referral)

HF 1340 (Lien) Mental health benefits and other medical benefits parity required, mental health and substance use disorder defined, health plan transparency required, and commissioners of health and commerce accountability required.

**To be heard at 7:00 p.m:
HF 12 (Cantrell) Conversion therapy with children or vulnerable adults prohibited, medical assistance coverage for conversion therapy prohibited, and misrepresentation of conversion therapy services or products prohibited.
***Only Section 3 of HF 12 falls within the purview of the Commerce Committee. All testimony must be limited to Section 3.***
(See separate posting for more details)

If you would like to provide handouts, testify in person, or provide written testimony, please email BOTH the committee legislative assistant: Aimee.Vue@house.mn AND the committee administrator: Laura.Taken-Holtze@house.mn by 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, 3/12/19.

Please note that public testimony will be limited to no more than TWO MINUTES each.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 2:30 PM

Education Policy

Chair: Rep. Cheryl Youakim
Location: 5 State Office Building
Agenda:
I. Call to Order
II. Complete Testimony on H1711DE1 (Omnibus Bill)
III. Adjournment


The H1711DE1 amendment for HF1711 (Youakim) will serve as the Education Policy omnibus bill.
All amendments to H1711DE1 need to be submitted to the Committee Administrator by 2:30PM on Tuesday, March 12.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 2:30 PM
Time Note: The committee will recess at approximately 5:00PM if necessary and reconvene at approximately 6:00PM in the same room to continue deliberation of bills.

Health and Human Services Policy

Location Changed
Chair: Rep. Rena Moran
Location: Basement Hearing Room - State Office Building
Agenda:
**BILLS MAY BE ADDED**

*Bill added to original posting: HF2171 (Davnie)*

HF892 (Stephenson) - Pharmacy licensure requirements modified.
HF930 (Kunesh-Podein) - Commissioner of human services directed to develop medical assistance TEFRA enrollment content, medical assistance TEFRA stakeholder group option established, and report required.
HF748 (Mann) - Parental contribution fees for services for children with disabilities eliminated.
HF485 (Howard) - The Alec Smith Emergency Insulin Act
HF288 (Masin) - Health plan companies prohibited from removing coverage of insulin or equipment and supplies during an enrollee's contract year.
HF284 (Halverson) - Insulin products sold in Minnesota cost review authorized by commissioner of health, excessive cost determined, maximum level of reimbursement established for insulin products if necessary, and money appropriated.
HF289 (Mann) - Diabetes prescription drugs cost reporting required.
HF2171 (Davnie) - Commissioner of health directed to convene working groups to examine health disparities and educational achievement links for American Indian children and children of color, report required, and money appropriated.
HF1522 (Edelson) - Prescribed pediatric extended care (PPEC) centers licensing requirements modified, licensing of PPEC centers phased in, PPEC basic services established as covered by medical assistance and medical assistance reimbursement rates set.
HF1914 (Edelson) - Advanced practice registered nurses added to certain statutes.
HF306 (Albright) - Health plan coverage for treatment of pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections and pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome, and reports required.
HF1888 (Morrison) - Psychiatric residential treatment facilities and intensive treatment requirements in foster care modified, and money appropriated.
HF1281 (Morrison) - Behavioral health home services governing provisions modified.
HF440 (Morrison) - Breast cancer screening procedures coverage required.
HF725 (Fischer) - Federally qualified health centers and rural health clinic alternative payment methodology established, and allowable costs for change of scope services clarified.

Bills Added

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 2:30 PM

Higher Education Finance and Policy Division

Chair: Rep. Connie Bernardy
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:
I. HF1779 - Poppe: University of Minnesota agricultural research and extension funding provided, and money appropriated.

II. HF2100 - Wolgamott: Spinal cord and traumatic brain injury research grant program funding provided, and money appropriated.

III. HF1957 - Richardson: Higher education data provisions modified.

IV. HF2054 - Vang: Higher education policy provisions modified.

V. HF1951 - Bernardy: Campus sexual assault policies affirmative consent standards required.

*Bills may be added to the agenda and order may change.*

If you wish to testify, please contact Sean Herring at sean.herring@house.mn.


Chair: Rep. Rob Ecklund
Location: Capitol 120
Agenda:
HF888 (Xiong, J.) Veterans definition expanded for purposes of veteran's identifier eligibility on state-issued identification cards
HF919 (Xiong, T.) New state holiday established to recognize Hmong people who assisted the United States during the Vietnam War
HF1420 (Considine) Veterans with service-connected disabilities participation in medical cannabis program permitted
HF1774 (Dettmer) American Allies Day established
HF1958 (Ecklund) Department of Veterans Affairs contracting with publicity representatives allowed
HF1959 (Ecklund) Commissioner of veterans affairs duties clarified

Please contact Owen Wirth at owen.wirth@house.mn if you wish to testify on any of these bills.

Bills may be removed from the agenda.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 5:00 PM

Environment and Natural Resources Policy

Chair: Rep. John Persell
Location: 400N State Office Building
Agenda:
*Agenda Updated*

I. HF 0359 - Becker-Finn: Flame-retardant chemical use in certain products prohibited. ***Pending referral***

II. HF 2253 - Becker-Finn: Natural resources; training, certification, and fees provided; recreational vehicle operating restrictions modified; invasive species provisions modified; wildland firefighters provided, and game and fish laws modified.

III. HF 1880 - Sanstede: Permanent school fund compensation authority clarified.

IV. HF 1584 - Lee: Small business loan program for environmental improvement modified.

V. HF 1886 - Sandell: Silica sand regulation duties modified.

VI. HF 0122 - Anderson: State land conveyance to a private entity provided.

*Bills may be added to the agenda and order may change.*

If you wish to testify, please contact Sean Herring at sean.herring@house.mn.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 5:00 PM

Legislative Commission on Pensions and Retirement

Time Changed Agenda Changed
Chair: Rep. Mary Murphy
Location: G-3 State Capitol
Agenda:
  1. Approval of minutes.
  2. Report of the Fire State Aid Work Group.
    - DRAFT LCPR19-030
  3. HF483 (Poppe); SF570 (Sparks): Extending the alternative allocation of fire state aid for the City of Austin.  
    Amendment H0483-1A
  4. HF2373 (Murphy, by request): State Auditor's Volunteer Fire Relief Association Working Group bill.
  5. Report of the Work Group on Relief Association Conversions and Dissolutions: Presentation of report for information, discussion, and direction.

**If you would like to testify, please contact Lisa Diesslin at lisa.diesslin@lcpr.leg.mn (651-296-6806) BEFORE the meeting.

Meeting Documents:
Fire State Aid Work Group: Report; Presentation
HF 483/SF 570:  Staff MemoAmendment H0483-1A
HF 2373: Presentation; Staff Memo
Work Group on Relief Association Conversions and Dissolutions:  ReportPresentation

**If you need any of the materials in an alternate format for accessibility, please contact the Commission office at lcpr@lcpr.leg.mn

Bill(s) Removed:
HF2310 (Sundin): PERA Statewide Volunteer Fire Plan; Providing for the termination of plan participation and coverage; distribution of benefits.
HF416 (Poppe); SF569 (Sparks): Fire state aid penalty forgiveness for the City of Austin.


For more agenda information, click here

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 5:00 PM

Conference Committee on HF 14

Hearing Canceled
Chair: Rep. Michael V. Nelson
Location: TBD
Agenda:
The Conference Committee Meeting for Tuesday, March 12th has been canceled. The Senate will have the gavel on Wednesday.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 5:30 PM
Time Note: 5:30 pm or at the call of the chair.

Subcommittee on Local Government

Chair: Rep. Sandra Masin
Location: 300N
Agenda:
HF511 (Elkins)
Plastic bags and similar items prohibition on local ordinances repealed.

*Bills may be added to the agenda.


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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 , 7:00 PM
Time Note: Committee will recess and reconvene at 7:00 p.m. to hear Section 3 of HF 12. This hearing will be ticketed. See below for more details.

Commerce

Chair: Rep. Laurie Halverson
Location: 200 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 12 (Cantrell) Conversion therapy with children or vulnerable adults prohibited, medical assistance coverage for conversion therapy prohibited, and misrepresentation of conversion therapy services or products prohibited.
***Only Section 3 of HF 12 falls within the purview of the Commerce Committee. All testimony must be limited to Section 3.***

ATTENDING THE HEARING
Due to high interest in HF 12, this event will be ticketed, and seating will be limited in the hearing room.
Tickets will be distributed equally between proponents and opponents of the bill.
Overflow seating will be available in Room 181.
The hearing will also be broadcast on TVs throughout the State Office Building.
If you are interested in receiving a ticket, please email the committee administrator: Laura.Taken-Holtze@house.mn by 9:30 AM on 3/12/19 and include your name and whether you support or oppose HF 12.

TESTIFYING AT THE HEARING OR SUBMITTING WRITTEN TESTIMONY OR DOCUMENTS
**If you are interested in testifying at the hearing, please email the committee administrator: Laura.Taken-Holtze@house.mn by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, 3/11/19 to be considered. Please indicate your name and contact information, if you support or oppose the legislation, and if you represent, or are part of an advocacy group. PUBLIC TESTIMONY will be limited to ONE HOUR, alternating between proponents and opponents of the bill. Each testifier may testify for up to TWO MINUTES to allow for a greater number of testifiers within the time allotted. All testimony must be directly related to Section 3 of the bill.

**If you would like to submit WRITTEN TESTIMONY or other documents, please email BOTH the committee legislative assistant: Aimee.Vue@house.mn AND the committee administrator: Laura.Taken-Holtze@house.mn by 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 12. All testimony must be directly related to Section 3 of the bill.


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