Chair: Rep. Jean Wagenius Location: 5 State Office Building Agenda:
Presentation on wetland enforcement from DNR and BWSR- this will occur after HF3079 on the agenda which will conclude the morning portion of the hearing. When the Division reconvenes the agenda will continue with HF3702.
Blue Earth River designated as a boating route, and money appropriated.
General burning permits provided, forestry service fees establishment authority modified, forest management lease pilot project modified, timber sales provisions modified, and certain pilot projects and reports eliminated.
Natural resources provisions modified relating to administrative accounts, electronic transactions, registration exemptions, ATV restrictions, state trails and boating routes, fees and disposition of receipts, bidding exemptions, horse trail pass, master plan requirements, beaver dams, the Water Law, nongame wildlife checkoffs, and Lake Vermilion State Park acquisition provided.
Chair: Rep. Tom Rukavina Location: 500S State Office Building Agenda:
HF3024 (Murdock) Manufactured Home Building Code requirements modified - 3rd on agenda
HF3386 (Swails) requiring performance guidelines for certain residential contracts -5th on agenda (information only)
State building Code amended, and licensing requirements modified.
Chair: Rep. Mindy Greiling Location: Basement State Office Building Agenda:
HF3237 (Huntley) Health care provisions changed relating to education plan requirements, health access program, private nursing coverage, children's health insurance reauthorization act, long-term care, asset transfers, clinics, dental benefits, prior authorization, drug formulary and administrative committees, preferred drugs, multisource drugs, health plans, claims against the state, and eligibility standards. - article 1 only
Independent School District No. 858, St. Charles, disaster aid funding and declining pupil unit aid appropriation used to help the city cover revenue losses, and money appropriated.
Chair: Rep. Al Juhnke Location: 5 State Office Building Agenda:
There will be a DE amendment to add the ag & vets omnibus bill to HF2678. The bill will be presented during this hearing and amended during the March 24 hearing.
Agriculture and veteran affairs provisions and programs changed, development and use of industrialized hemp authorized and regulated, terms and procedures clarified, record keeping provisions changed, planning for additional veteran cemeteries required, and money appropriated.
Chair: Rep. Nora Slawik Location: 200 State Office Building Agenda:
Delete-all to HF3225 (division supplemental budget and policy bill) will be posted at 11 a.m. , Monday, March 22 on the committee web page. Discussion and testimony only. Please contact Sara Benzkofer at 651.296.4305 if you wish to testify.
Child care assistance provider rates modified.
Preference created for community banks and credit unions for the state's general revenue account, state depository accounts required to be held in community banks or credit unions, and a study required of possible further use of community banks and credit unions by the state and municipalities.
Chair: Sen. Richard Cohen Location: 10 SOB Agenda:
Walk through spreadsheet and side-by-side
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.