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House committee assignments for the 2019-20 biennium are released

The State Office Building will be home to most House committees, subcommittees and divisions in the 2019-20 biennium.

House committee assignments for the 2019-20 biennium were released late Friday afternoon.

The 34 committees, subcommittees and divisions that incoming House DFL leadership named in late November are at the core of the legislative process. They act as filters, deciding which of the thousands of bills introduced during the two-year biennium will get a hearing and continue to move through the legislative process toward becoming law.

VIEW: 2019-20 House committee membership by committee.

Please note that Rep. Barb Haley (R-Red Wing), Rep. Tama Theis (R-St. Cloud) and Rep. Ron Kresha (R-Little Falls) were inadvertently left off the House Commerce Committee list.

In addition, the previously announced committee grid has been tweaked with the following changes:

  • Subcommittee on Water: 12:45 p.m. Monday
  • Property Tax Division: 12:45 p.m. Monday
  • Subcommittee on Corrections: 8 a.m. Wednesday
  • Legacy Finance Division: 12:45 p.m. Wednesday

View the updated grid

An updated list of 2019-20 House membership, including office numbers, is now available online.

The 2019 session is scheduled to convene at noon on Jan. 8.


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