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Thursday, March 28, 2019

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Thursday, March 28, 2019
Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 8:00 AM

Capital Investment Division

Chair: Rep. Mary Murphy
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:
The Next Step

Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 8:00 AM

Early Childhood Finance and Policy Division

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

II. Education Finance Division Report; HF2610 (Pinto) - School readiness aid modified.

III. Health and Human Services Finance Division Report; HF1801 (Pinto) - Revisor of statutes recodifying of day care facilities' rules and statues instructed.

IV. Adjournment

The Chair intends to reconvene in State Office Building Basement Hearing Room at 5:30PM (or Call of the Chair) to complete mark-up of the Division Reports.

Attachments:

Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 8:00 AM

Jobs and Economic Development Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Tim Mahoney
Location: 200 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 2567 (Her) Workforce training and entrepreneurship investment to close Minnesotans of color opportunity gaps funding provided
HF 1931 (Moran) Lifetrack job training nonprofit organization grant funding provided
HF 1933 (Moran) Lifetrack nonprofit organization building maintenance grant provided
HF 769 (Carlson, L) Public Employment Relations Board data modified, and money appropriated.
HF 2341 (Mariani) ProStart and Hospitality Tourism Management Program grant funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF 1553 (Poppe) Greater Minnesota community design and economic development statewide resource created, and money appropriated.
HF 2580 (Xiong, T) Nonprofit Assistance Grant Fund funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF 2446 (Koegel) Special education employment pilot project created, reports required, and money appropriated.
HF 2622 (Mahoney) Workforce development program biannual inventory mandated, reports required, and money appropriated.


**Bills May be Added**


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Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 8:00 AM

State Government Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Michael V. Nelson
Location: Basement Hearing Room
Agenda:
I. HF 1773 (Dettmer) Minnesota Medal of Honor Commemorative Memorial

II. HF 1855 (Schultz) Redistricting commission established to prescribe the boundaries of congressional and legislative districts following each federal decennial census, districting principles established for congressional and legislative plans, and constitutional amendment proposed.

III. HF 2057 (Moran) Small business certification for participation in state procurement programs allowed by administration commissioner or nationally recognized certifying organization

IV. Governor's Recommendation for Public Employees Retirement Association relative to the appropriation of $20 M for the PERA assuming the unfunded liability of the MERF plan.

IV. HF 2144 (Kresha) Camp Ripley Military Museum grant funding provided

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Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 8:00 AM

Taxes

Chair: Rep. Paul Marquart
Location: 5 State Office Building
Agenda:
I. HF 1809 (Theis) June accelerated payments repealed
II. HF 2642 (Gomez) Income tax subtraction section 529 repealed, and state grant program funding increased
III. HF 2706 (Loeffler) Reducing the dividends received deduction
IV. HF 961 (Davids) Film production refundable tax credit provided
V. HF 2658 (Lislegard) Film production refundable tax credit provided

Attachments:

Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 9:30 AM

Rules and Legislative Administration

Chair: Rep. Ryan Winkler
Location: 400N State Office Building/Capitol 120
Agenda:
Rules and Legislative Administration
Chair: Rep. Ryan Winkler

Meeting:
Thursday, March 28, 2019
9:30AM to 9:45AM
400N State Office Building

11:30 AM to 12:45 PM
Capitol Room 120

Agenda:
I. Call To Order

II. Roll Call

III. Approval of Minutes of March 26, 2019

IV. Calendar for the Day for April 1, 2019

V. NCSL Presentation of House of Representatives Compensation Study

VI. Approval of House 2020-21 Budget: Testimony from House of Representatives Non-Partisan Staff

VII. Adjournment


Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 9:45 AM

Agriculture and Food Finance and Policy Division

Chair: Rep. Jeanne Poppe
Location: 200 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 1581 (Poppe) Farmer mental health counseling funding provided
HF 1292 (Hansen) Unlawful pesticide application monetary penalties enhanced
BILL ADDED**HF 2690 (Poston) Appropriating money for Agricultural Centers of Excellence
Chronic Wasting Disease discussion continued

Other bills may be added


Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 9:45 AM

Education Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Jim Davnie
Location: 5 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 1979 (Marquart) Lakes Country Service Cooperative federal instructional level 4 program grant authorized, and money appropriated.

HF 1980 (Marquart) Long-term facilities maintenance revenue and capital levies allowed use clarified, and school districts that are cooperative unit members lease levy authority increased.

HF 1204 (Pryor) School sexual harassment and sex discrimination laws compliance required, training required, and money appropriated.

HF 1749 (Urdahl) Civics education program grant funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 2695 (Claflin) Career and technical revenue increased, and money appropriated.

More bills may be added to the agenda and the agenda order may change.



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Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 9:45 AM
Time Note: The committee will recess and reconvene in Capitol 120 after session to continue mark up. If the committee doesn't complete its work on Thursday, it will meet Friday morning in 400 N State Office Building.

Energy and Climate Finance and Policy Division

Chair: Rep. Jean Wagenius
Location: Capitol 120
Agenda:
The committee will mark up and vote on a finance bill (HF 1833).

Attachments:

Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 9:45 AM
Time Note: *Committee may continue meeting as late as 12:30 pm and/or reconvene at the call of the chair, if necessary.

Government Operations

Chair: Rep. Mike Freiberg
Location: Basement Hearing Room
Agenda:
HF823 (Nelson)
Private consultants hiring process established.
Nelson Unofficial Engrossment H0823UE1
https://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/bills/billnum.asp?billnumber=hf823

HF2069 (Bahner)
Community Competency Restoration Task Force established, reports required, and money appropriated.

HF2741 (Elkins)
Motor vehicle titling and registration provisions modified.

HF132 (Masin)
Local governments impacted by new information technology business software involvement required in user acceptance testing.

HF2501 (Howard)
City and town expenditures for city and town historical societies permitted.

HF2636 (Olson)
Duluth; Seaway Port Authority allowed to conduct meetings by telephone or other electronic means.

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

**Bills may be added or removed from the agenda. Bills may be carried over from the previous meeting and/or carried over to the following meeting.

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Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 9:45 AM

Judiciary Finance and Civil Law Division

Chair: Rep. John Lesch
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 2709 (Mariani): Relating to public safety; appropriating money for peace officer training reimbursement

HF 557 (Mann): Physician-patient relationship protected by prohibiting non-compete agreements

HF 2681 (Long) Energy usage data maintained by utilities access rights provided

HF 2206 (Albright): Health licensing technical changes made, and duty to warn and mental health professionals reciprocity expanded

HF 2367 (Dehn): Certifying entities to timely process visa certification documents

HF 1603 (Dehn) Election and campaign finance; various policy and technical changes made, automatic voter registration provided...
***this is the elections omnibus bill, we are hearing the bill for limited purposes. The scope of our jurisdiction involves the data practices provisions: lines 2.6-2.9; 8.6-8.7; 42.31-43.4 and 76.28-76.29 and the penalty provisions: lines 56.20-57.16; 67.17-68.2***

HF 1784 (Cantrell): University of Minnesota required to conduct early neutral evaluation participant survey and study, report required ...

HF 2000 (Lee) Contract and certificate of compliance requirements changed

HF 2001 (Cantrell): Workforce certificates of compliance ensured to apply equally to in-state and out-of-state contractors

HF 1909 (Lesch) Wine direct shippers regulated; sales and use taxes, liquor gross receipts taxes and excise taxes on direct shipments of wine...
**We are hearing the bill for limited purposes. The scope of our jurisdiction involves the data practices provisions: lines: 6.11-6.17**

HF 2743 (Lesch): relating to courts; increasing certain court-related fees; establishing a cyber security fee...

**bills may be added or removed**

**Please note: this hearing is scheduled to run from 9:45 am -12:30 pm. If the agenda is not completed by 12:30 pm, the committee will recess and reconvene at 5 pm, or 15 minutes after the floor session ends (if session doesn't end by 5 pm) in hearing room 500N**

*If you'd like to testify, please contact Rachel Ganani, Committee Administrator, at: Rachel.ganani@house.mn; testifiers will be asked to keep testimony to 2 minutes or less*


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Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 12:45 PM
Time Note: *The division will reconvene in Room 5 State Office Building at 5:00pm or 30 minutes after session.

Environment and Natural Resources Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Rick Hansen
Location: 5 State Office Building
Agenda:
Agenda Update: Bill added.

HF2220 (Davnie) Minnesota Outdoor Recreation Office established, and money appropriated.
*HF2032 (Hansen) Environment and natural resources trust funds appropriated, and previous appropriations modified.
HF1656 (Persell) Outdoor recreation grant provisions modified, game and fish law modified, beaver and beaver dams causing damage removal provided, insecticides in wildlife management areas banned, and rulemaking required.
HF1454 (Ecklund) Off-road vehicle trail management funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF850 (Hansen) Wildlife disease surveillance and response funding provided, and money appropriated.
*HF223 (Sundin) Waste tire facilities financial assurance required.


*Additional bills may be added.


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Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 12:45 PM

Health and Human Services Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Tina Liebling
Location: 200 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF1902 has been removed and HF1756 has been added.
HF90 (Schultz) Assisted living resident consumer protections established, assisted living establishment license established, penalties provided, rulemaking authority granted, and reports required.
HF766 (Edelson) Medical cannabis and industrial hemp requirements modified, and money appropriated.
HF1388 (Hornstein) AIDS drug assistance program coverage modified.
HF926 (Bernardy) Medical assistance coverage for weight loss drugs and pharmaceutical ingredients allowed.
HF2094 (Liebling) Direct support service providers reimbursement rate modified.
HF2122 (Nelson) Service Employees International Union (SEIU) healthcare agreement ratified.
HF684 (Mann) University of Minnesota Board of Regents requested to establish advisory council on rare diseases, and money appropriated.
HF1050 (Moran) Child foster care and background studies governing provisions modified.
HF342 (Moran) Minnesota African American Family Preservation and Child Welfare Disproportionality Act established, African American and Disproportionality Child Welfare Oversight Council created, report required, and money appropriated.
HF563 (Moran) Heaven's Law created, commissioner of human services directed to report to the legislature on information sharing in interstate child protection investigations, investigation into a future interstate compact on child protection data required, information required to be requested as part of an assessment or investigation, and consideration required of past maltreatment to determine investigations.
HF1691 (Gomez) Family Enhancement Center grant funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF2674 (Stephenson) Anoka County; housing support provider supplemental rate established.
HF1756 (Stephenson) Anoka County; replicable homeless youth drop-in program model funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF1764 (Becker-Finn) Little Canada; intermediate care facility rate increase provided.
HF2365 (Sauke) Olmsted County; intermediate care facility rate increase provided.
HF1752 (Vogel) Belle Plaine; disability intermediate care facility rate increase provided.
HF425 (Petersburg) Care facilities for persons with developmental disabilities rate increase provided.
HF1118 (McDonald) Persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and outreach to persons in institutional settings services funding provided, and money appropriated.
HF1791 (Daniels) Rice County; transitional housing program funding provided, report required, and money appropriated

More bills may be added or removed. Testimony is limited to 2 minutes. Please contact Patrick.McQuillan@house.mn if you would like to testify. The Division will reconvene at the Call of the Chair after the day's floor session.

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Chair: Rep. Carlos Mariani
Location: Capitol 120
Agenda:
HF 1834 (Mariani) Minnesota POST Board; funds transferred to disaster assistance contingency account money, and money appropriated.

HF 2710 (Mariani) Offense surcharge distribution modified, Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 2709 (Mariani) Peace officer training reimbursement funding provided, and money appropriated.



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Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 3:30 PM

Floor Session

Location: House Chamber
Agenda:
THE HOUSE MEETS IN SESSION

Thursday, March 28, 2019 , 5:45 PM

Education Finance Division

Chair: Rep. Jim Davnie
Location: 10 State Office Building
Agenda:
HF 2259 (Backer) Independent School District No. 846, Breckenridge; postsecondary enrollment options with higher education institution agreement allowed.

HF 2046 (Pryor) Independent School District No. 270, Hopkins; International Spanish Language Academy program combining authorized, and levy authorized.

HF 1052 (Noor) Students with interrupted formal education participation in early middle college program for one additional year made permanent.

HF 2039 (Moran) Trauma-informed school incentive aid funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 1056 (Moran) Education partnership program modified, future grant priority established, and money appropriated.

HF 1807 (Sandstede) Independent School Districts Nos. 696 in Ely, 2142 in St. Louis County, 2711 in Mesabi East, 712 in Mountain Iron-Buhl, 695 in Chisholm, and 701 in Hibbing; collaborative summer intensive program funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF 845 (Lislegard) Geographically isolated school districts building lease levy modified.

More bills may be added to the agenda and the order of the agenda may change.

Bills Added