Amendment sch4293a45

sch4293a45 sch4293a45

1.1Senator Kiffmeyer moved to amend H.F. No. 4293, as amended pursuant to Rule 45,
1.2adopted by the Senate April 28, 2022, as follows:
1.3(The text of the amended House File is identical to S.F. No. 3975.)
1.4Page 52, line 17, delete "2024" and insert "2023"
1.5Page 53, line 8, delete "2024" and insert "2023"
1.6Page 55, lines 9 and 15, delete "2024" and insert "2023"
1.7Page 55, delete lines 21 and 22, and insert:
1.8"EFFECTIVE DATE.The addition of "hair technician" to the list of temporary licenses
1.9is effective January 1, 2023. The setting of the temporary license for a four-year license
1.10cycle and the preclusion on issuing more than one temporary license to an applicant is
1.11effective January 1, 2024."
1.12Page 56, delete section 34
1.13Page 57, after line 6, insert:

1.14    "Sec. 35. Minnesota Statutes 2020, section 155A.27, is amended by adding a subdivision
1.15to read:
1.16    Subd. 12. Licenses issued by other United States jurisdictions. The board shall issue
1.17a practitioner license in cosmetology, nail technology, or esthiology to a person upon
1.18application if the applicant meets the following criteria:
1.19(1) the applicant holds a current and valid occupational license in cosmetology, nail
1.20technology, or esthiology issued by another state or territory of the United States;
1.21(2) the applicant has held the occupational license for at least one year;
1.22(3) the applicant affirms:
1.23(i) the board in the other state or territory holds the applicant in good standing;
1.24(ii) the applicant does not have a disqualifying criminal record under the laws of the
1.25state of Minnesota;
1.26(iii) the board in no other state or territory revoked the applicant's occupational license
1.27because of negligence or intentional misconduct related to the applicant's work in the
2.1(iv) the applicant did not surrender an occupational license because of negligence or
2.2intentional misconduct related to the applicant's work in the occupation in another state or
2.3territory; and
2.4(v) the applicant does not have a complaint, allegation, or investigation pending before
2.5a regulatory board in another state or territory which relates to unprofessional conduct or
2.6an alleged crime. If the applicant has a complaint, allegation, or investigation pending the
2.7board in Minnesota shall not issue or deny an occupational license to the applicant until the
2.8complaint, allegation, or investigation is resolved or the applicant otherwise meets the
2.9criteria for an occupational license in Minnesota to the satisfaction of the board in Minnesota;
2.11(4) the applicant pays all applicable fees.

2.12    Sec. 36. Minnesota Statutes 2020, section 155A.27, is amended by adding a subdivision
2.13to read:
2.14    Subd. 14. Notice of decision on application. The board will provide an applicant with
2.15a written decision on an application for a practitioner license within 30 days after receiving
2.16a complete application.

2.17    Sec. 37. Minnesota Statutes 2020, section 155A.27, is amended by adding a subdivision
2.18to read:
2.19    Subd. 15. False statements. The board may reject an application for a practitioner license
2.20or revoke a practitioner license for a false statement in an application.

2.21    Sec. 38. Minnesota Statutes 2020, section 155A.27, is amended by adding a subdivision
2.22to read:
2.23    Subd. 16. Other licenses allowed. Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit
2.24an applicant from applying for an occupational license under another statute.

2.25    Sec. 39. [155A.2705] HAIR TECHNICIAN REQUIREMENTS.
2.26    Subdivision 1. Application. A complete application for a hair technician license must
2.27include the following:
2.28(1) a completed application form;
2.29(2) payment of the fees required by section 155A.25;
3.1(3) passing test results no more than one year before submission of the application of
3.2the following board-approved tests for the license for a hair technician:
3.3(i) general theory test;
3.4(ii) written practical test; and
3.5(iii) test on Minnesota Laws and Rules related to providing hair technician services; and
3.6(4) proof of completion of training, as required under subdivision 2.
3.7    Subd. 2. Training. (a) Training required for a hair technician license must be completed
3.8at a Minnesota-licensed cosmetology school including an original course completion
3.9certificate with the notarized signatures of the school manager or owner documenting the
3.10successful completion of the curriculum of 600 hours of training as a hair technician.
3.11(b) Training in general theory must consist of 100 hours of preclinical instruction in the
3.12theory of sciences of anatomy, trichology, and chemistry as related to services provided by
3.13hair technicians; electricity and light; infection control; and safety procedures related to
3.14services provided by hair technicians. Additional training may include clinical instruction
3.15and experience in the applied sciences, as determined by each provider.
3.16EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective January 1, 2023."
3.17Page 58, delete lines 8 and 9, and insert:
3.18"EFFECTIVE DATE.The addition of "hair technician" to the list of practitioners
3.19requiring continuing education credits is effective January 1, 2023. The change to the period
3.20of validity for credit hours earned and the period in which the credits must have been earned
3.21from three to four years is effective January 1, 2024."
3.22Page 58, line 25, delete "hair technician,"
3.23Page 64, after line 21, insert:

3.24    "Sec. 55. [415.20] MUNICIPAL IDS; LIMITATION.
3.25    Subdivision 1. Definitions. (a) For the purposes of this section, the following terms have
3.26the meanings given.
3.27(b) "Municipal ID" means a photographic identification card in physical or electronic
3.28form created and provided by a municipality to a resident of the municipality that includes
3.29the individual's name, date of birth, residential address, and any other identifying information
3.30as required or authorized by the municipal ordinance.
3.31(c) "Municipality" means a statutory or home rule charter city.
4.1(d) "Resident" means a person who resides within the municipality's corporate boundaries
4.2for a minimum of 30 continuous days immediately prior to application for a municipal ID
4.3and who submits documentation demonstrating identity and residency as required in this
4.5    Subd. 2. Municipal ID; acceptance limited. Notwithstanding any law or rule to the
4.6contrary, a municipal ID does not qualify as proof of identification required for the receipt
4.7of one or more services provided by the state or through a federal program administered by
4.8the state or a political subdivision thereof.
4.9EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment."
4.10Page 65, line 4, delete "eleven" and insert "13"
4.11Page 65, after line 5, insert:
4.12"(2) the executive director of the Minnesota Board of Cosmetologist Examiners;"
4.13Page 65, line 6, delete "(2)" and insert "(3)" and delete everything after "by" and insert
4.14"the Salon and Spa Professional Association;"
4.15Page 65, delete line 7
4.16Page 65, line 8, delete "(3)" and insert "(4)" and delete everything after "by" and insert
4.17"Education Exchange of Minnesota;"
4.18Page 65, delete line 9
4.19Page 65, line 10, delete "(4)" and insert "(5)" and delete everything after "of" and insert
4.20"practitioners regulated by the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners, appointed by the Beauty
4.21Certified Educator Association;"
4.22Page 65, delete line 11
4.23Page 65, line 12, delete "(5)" and insert "(6)"
4.24Page 65, line 14, delete "(6)" and insert "(7)"
4.25Page 65, after line 14, insert:
4.26"(8) one member of the public who is a stakeholder with respect to cosmetology services;"
4.27Page 65, line 15, delete "(7)" and insert "(9)"
4.28Page 65, line 17, delete "(8)" and insert "(10)"
4.29Page 65, delete line 19
4.30Page 68, after line 30, insert:
5.1"(c) The revisor of statutes is directed to change all cross-references to Minnesota Statutes,
5.2section 155A.27, subdivision 10, to Minnesota Statues, section 155A.28, subdivision 12."
5.3Page 69, delete section 60 and insert:

5.4    "Sec. 65. REPEALER.
5.5(a) Minnesota Statutes 2020, sections 136F.03; and 326A.04, subdivision 11, are repealed.
5.6(b) Minnesota Rules, parts 7023.0150; 7023.0200; 7023.0250; and 7023.0300, are
5.8(c) Minnesota Statutes 2020, section 645.071, is repealed.
5.9(d) Minnesota Statutes 2020, section 155A.27, subdivision 10, is repealed.
5.10(e) Minnesota Rules, part 2105.0183, is repealed.
5.11EFFECTIVE DATE.Paragraph (c) is effective January 1, 2030, if an amendment to
5.12United States Code, title 15, section 260a, or other applicable law that authorizes states to
5.13observe advance standard time year-round is not enacted before that date. This section
5.14expires the day after an amendment to the United States Code, title 15, section 260a, or
5.15other applicable law is enacted that authorizes states to observe advance standard time
5.17Page 76, after line 2, insert:

5.18    "Sec. 13. Minnesota Statutes 2020, section 201.171, is amended to read:
5.21    Within six weeks after every Prior to the canvass of an election, the county auditor shall
5.22must post the voting history for every person who voted in the election. After the close of
5.23the calendar year, the secretary of state shall must determine if any registrants have not
5.24voted during the preceding four years. The secretary of state shall must perform list
5.25maintenance by changing the status of those registrants to "inactive" in the statewide
5.26registration system. The list maintenance performed must be conducted in a manner that
5.27ensures that the name of each registered voter appears in the official list of eligible voters
5.28in the statewide registration system. A voter must not be removed from the official list of
5.29eligible voters unless the voter is not eligible or is not registered to vote. List maintenance
5.30must include procedures for eliminating duplicate names from the official list of eligible
6.1    The secretary of state shall also prepare a report to the county auditor containing the
6.2names of all registrants whose status was changed to "inactive."
6.3    Registrants whose status was changed to "inactive" must register in the manner specified
6.4in section 201.054 before voting in any primary, special primary, general, school district,
6.5or special election, as required by section 201.018.
6.6    Although not counted in an election, a late or rejected absentee or mail ballot must be
6.7considered a vote for the purpose of continuing registration under this section, but is not
6.8considered voting history for the purpose of public information lists available under section
6.9201.091, subdivision 4.
6.10EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective September 1, 2022, and applies to
6.11elections on or after that date."
6.12Page 89, after line 16, insert:

6.13    "Sec. 30. Minnesota Statutes 2020, section 204B.19, is amended by adding a subdivision
6.14to read:
6.15    Subd. 4a. Vaccine requirements prohibited. No appointing authority may adopt or
6.16enforce a law, rule, policy, order, resolution, ordinance, charter provision, or other regulation
6.17requiring an individual appointed as an election judge to be vaccinated against a
6.18communicable disease or to show proof of vaccination against a communicable disease.
6.19For the purposes of this subdivision, "communicable disease" has the meaning given in
6.20section 144.419, clause (2).
6.21EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment."
6.22Renumber the sections in sequence
6.23Amend the title accordingly
6.24The motion prevailed. #did not prevail. So the amendment was #not adopted.