Chair: Rep. Joe Mullery Location: 10 State Office Building
Notary public fees modified, commissions and notarial stamps and seals regulated, clarifications provided, accommodations of physical limitations provided, and premarital education provisions modified.
Revisor's bill correcting erroneous, ambiguous, and omitted text and obsolete references; eliminating redundant, conflicting, and superseded provisions; and making miscellaneous technical corrections to laws and statutes.
Organization and operation of business corporations, nonprofit corporations, and limited liability companies regulated; consistent law provided relating to registered agents and offices of business entities; and prohibition repealed against certain business names.
Powers clarified for health care agents, guardians, and others to make health care decisions for wards and protected persons, and governing guardians and conservators provisions modified.
Chair: Rep. Mary Murphy Location: 5 State Office Building Agenda:
Continue reports due in Minnesota Session Law Chapter 172
(1) Findings and Recommendations Relating to Protection of Forests from Plant Pests
(2) Expenditure and use of money appropriated to BOWSR from Clean Water Fund
(3) Expenditure and use of money appropriated to DNR from the Parks and Trails Fund
(4) Expenditure and use of money appropriated to Met Council from the Parks and Trails Fund
(5) Report from Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council on use of previously authorized Outdoor Heritage Fund
State employees, constitutional officers, and members of the legislature prohibited from using public funds to pay for the use of lodging, training, and meeting facilities that make pornographic images available to their patrons.
Chair: Rep. Karen Clark Location: Basement State Office Building
Prairie Island; work group established to design a plan to monitor air and groundwater emissions from the Prairie Island nuclear plant, design of a monitoring network contracted to measure thermal discharges, reports required, and money appropriated.
Chair: Rep. Tom Huntley Location: 200 State Office Building
License and registration fees increased for home care providers, nursing assistant registration fee created, housing with services establishments and personal care assistants modified, rate reduction provided for customized living services, phase-in for nursing facility rate rebasing changed, and nursing facility rate provisions changed.
Commissioner of health required to develop new categories for collecting granular data that accurately captures race, ethnicity, primary language, and socioeconomic status, and to develop a process for standardizing the collection, organization, and reporting of such data across all health and social determinant data sets.
Waivered service living arrangements restrictions prohibited, transfer of certain clients required from group residential housing to waivered services, and group residential housing supplementary service payment rate caps modified.
County mandate relief provided, diversionary work program and family stabilization services repealed, conforming and technical changes made, and Children and Community Services Act plan modified.
Chair: Rep. Loren Solberg Location: 5 State Office Building Agenda:
Supplemental budget bill; state government funding provided for state agencies, departments, and commissions, and various other state government provisions modified, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
Mental health urgent care and psychiatric consultation required, hospital payment rates reduced, covered services changed, transfers allowed, general assistance medical care program created, coordinated care delivery systems required, temporary uncompensated care pool and prescription drug pool created, and money appropriated.