Rep. Jamie Becker-Finn
This meeting is held in accordance to House Rule 10.01
**The Committee will recess at 10 am and reconvene at 5 pm, or 15 minutes after Floor Session adjourns**
1). HF 717 (Vang): extending the civil statute of limitations for certain actions by peace officers**** [this bill already received a full hearing and testimony was taken; it is being noticed for the purposes of a vote to move the bill out of committee. No additional testimony or committee discussion will occur on this bill]****
2). HF 984 (Lislegard): Outside contractors working at high-hazard facilities required to have apprenticeship-level training *Committee discussion will focus on provisions of this bill that fall within the Judiciary/Civil law committee's jurisdiction. Relevant provisions are: Section 2, Subd. 3 & 4 [penalties & civil actions].
3). HF 12 (Hausman): COVID-19; eviction procedure amended during and after public health emergency amended, eviction action expungement allowed, home foreclosure prevented during public health emergency, emergency housing assistance grants funding provided, and money appropriated
4). HF 856 (Hollins) Presentence investigation report authorized to include brain injury information
5). HF 2245 (Hollins) Mortgage and deed of trust temporary exception sunset extended
6). HF 1081 (Richardson) Commissioner of education reporting requirements clarified, and obsolete language removed *Committee discussion will focus on provisions of this bill that fall within the Judiciary/Civil law committee’s jurisdiction. The relevant provision is: Article 3, Section 43, relating to data
7). HF 800 (Wolgamott): Meat and poultry processing workers provided safe workplaces… *Committee discussion will focus on provisions of this bill that fall within the Judiciary/Civil law committee's jurisdiction. Relevant provisions are: Sec. 6 [Enforcement & Compliance]
8). HF 927 (Koegel): Manufactured home certificates of title governing provisions modified
9). HF 1200 (Richardson) Paid Family Medical Leave *Committee discussion will focus on provisions of this bill that fall within the Judiciary/Civil law committee's jurisdiction. Relevant provisions of the 2nd Engrossment include: Art. 1 Sec. 1 & Sec. 4 [data]; Sec. 12, subd. 4 [appeal to court of appeals]; Sec. 14, Subd 8 [remedies]; Sec. 15, Subd. 13 [employer penalties]; Sec. 17 subd. 3 [late fees]; Sec. 21, subd. 6 & subd. 8 [interest on judgments & priorities under legal dissolutions]; Sec. 22 [child support deduction from benefits]; Sec. 26, subd 7 [court fees; collection fees]; Sec. 29 [records; audits]; Sec. 30 [subpoenas; oaths]; Sec. 31 [lien; levy; setoff and civil action]
*PLEASE NOTE: The committee will recess at 10 am, the committee will reconvene @ 5 pm, or 15 minutes after Floor Session adjourns, to finish the agenda.*
**Agenda items may be added, deleted and/or taken in any order.
*if committee adjourns prior to completing the full agenda, bills may be added to Friday's (3/19), agenda*
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