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Popular Bills 2019-2020

Please note: This list is produced for internal use within the Senate Information office as a way of quickly finding “popular” bills.


Major Subjects:

2020 Third Special Session

File Number Author Topic
SCR 1Gazelka, P.Senate Concurrent Resolution terminating the peacetime emergency.
SF 4Benson, M.Creating a commission to investigate the civil unrest in Minnesota in May and June 2020.
SF 7Ingebrigtsen, B.Imposing a moratorium on imposing motor vehicle emissions standards.
SF 10Pappas, S.Providing earned safe and sick time.

2020 First Special Session

File Number Author Topic
SF 1Limmer, W.Modifying the Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Board; providing training in crisis intervention, mental illness and autism.
SCR 1Gazelka, P.Senate Concurrent Resolution terminating the peacetime emergency.
SF 4Senjem, D.Omnibus bonding bill
SF 6Westrom, T.Providing grants for distance learning broadband access and telemedicine equipment purchased due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SF 47Rosen, J.Providing COVID-19 relief funding to local governments.
SF 63Howe, J.Reducing LGA to cities of the first class that fail to provide adequate police protection.
SF 82Torres Ray, P.Modifying the process for selecting an arbitrator in peace officer grievance arbitration.
SF 84Franzen, M.Giving the Minnesota attorney general prosecutorial authority in peace-officer-involved death cases.
SF 87Champion, B.Modifying a peace officer's authority to use deadly force to situations in which the officer reasonably believes that such force is necessary. (See also SF 119 and SF 141)
SF 92Hayden, J.Authorizing the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul to impose residency requirements for peace officers. (See also SF 76 and SF 134)
SF 93Hayden, J.Prohibiting choke holds and other restraints by peace officers.
SF 94Hayden, J.Establishing a duty for peace officers to intercede when another peace officer is using unreasonable force; establishing a duty for peace officers to report excessive force incidents.
SF 95Torres Ray, P.Prohibiting warrior-style training by peace officers.
SF 100Limmer, W.Requiring the Peace Officer Standards and Training Board to update its model policy on the use of force, including deadly force, by peace officers. (See also SF 104)

2020 Second Special Session

File Number Author Topic
HF 1Limmer, W.Police accountability provisions. (Ch. 1)
SCR 1Gazelka, P.Senate Concurrent Resolution terminating the peacetime emergency.
SR 5Nelson, C.A resolution urging the governor to exclude public schools from any executive orders under the peacetime emergency powers.
SF 8Westrom, T.Providing funding to help purchase telemedicine and distance learning equipment that's needed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SF 43Senjem, D.Omnibus bonding bill.
SF 46Hayden, J.Prohibiting law enforcement from using tear gas as a means of crown control.
SF 52Marty, J.Providing grants to cities and counties for alternative emergency response programs to respond to 911 calls or other situations that peace officers traditionally have responded to.
SF 66Marty, J.Requiring masks in indoor public spaces and outdoor public spaces where proper social distancing cannot be maintained to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

2019 Special Session Budget Bills

File Number Author Topic
HF 1Nelson, C.E-12 Education (Ch. 11)
SF 1Westrom, T.Agriculture, Rural Development and Housing (Ch. 1)
HF 2Pratt, E.Jobs, Energy and Commerce (Ch. 7)
SF 3Ruud, C.Legacy (Ch. 2)
HF 5Chamberlain, R.Taxes (Ch. 6)
HF 6 Newman, S.Transportation (Ch. 3)
SF 7Ingebrigtsen, B.Environment and Natural Resources (Ch. 4)
SF 8Limmer, W.Judiciary and Public Safety (Ch. 5)
HF 10Rosen, J.Pensions (Ch. 8)
SF 10Kiffmeyer, M.State Government and Veterans (Ch. 10)
HF 12Senjem, D.Housing bonding bill (Ch. 13)
SF 12Benson, M.Health and Human Services (Ch. 9)
HF 13Limmer, W.Revisor's bill (Ch. 12)

Senate Omnibus Budget Bills From 2019 Regular Session

File Number Author Topic
HF 653Ruud, C.Legacy (Senate version is in SF 836, the first engrossment)
SF 802Limmer, W.Judiciary and Public Safety
HF 1555Newman, S.Transportation (Senate version is the first unofficial engrossment)
HF 2125 Chamberlain, R.Taxes (Senate version is the first unofficial engrossment)
HF 2208Pratt, E.Jobs, Energy and Commerce (Senate version is the first unofficial engrossment)
SF 2226Westrom, T.Agriculture, Rural Development and Housing
SF 2227Kiffmeyer, M.State Government and Veterans
SF 2314Ingebrigtsen, B.Environment and Natural Resources
HF 2400Nelson, C.E-12 Education (Senate version is the first unofficial engrossment)
HF 2414Benson, M.Health and Human Services (Senate version is the first unofficial engrossment)
SF 2415Anderson, P.Higher Education (Ch. 64)

Governor's Budget Proposals (as introduced)

File Number Author Topic
SF 1019Lang, A.Legacy (Outdoor Heritage Fund appropriations)
SF 2226Westrom, T.Agriculture
SF 2302Marty, J.Health and Human Services
SF 2314Ingebrigtsen, B.Environment and Natural Resources
SF 2347Nelson, C.E-12 Education
SF 2358Anderson, B.Veterans and Military Affairs
SF 2360Dibble, D.Transportation and Public Safety
SF 2411Rest, A.Taxes
SF 2415Anderson, P.Higher Education
SF 2444Ruud, C.Legacy (Clean Water Fund, Parks and Trails Fund and Arts and Culture Fund appropriations)
SF 2611Pratt, E.Jobs, Economic Development, Energy and Housing
SF 2726Kiffmeyer, M.State Government

Regular Session 2019-2020

Subject File Number Author Brief Summary
AbortionSF 869Mathews, A.Prohibiting abortions when a fetal heartbeat is detected, with certain exceptions.
AbortionSF 1168Benson, M.Requiring physicians to notify the patient of the opportunity to see the ultrasound imaging before the abortion is performed.
AbortionSF 1609Benson, M.Prohibiting abortions at or after 20 weeks postfertilization age, unless certain exceptions apply.
AgricultureSF 740Weber, B.Increasing the number of animal units that trigger an environmental review for a proposed feedlot.
AgricultureSF 1722Dahms, G.Appropriating money for mental health counseling to support farm families and business operators. (See also SF 1723)
AgricultureSF 3605Westrom, T.Increasing the minimum biofuel content in gasoline to 15 percent.
CommerceSF 2996Chamberlain, R.Establishing a social media platform registration fee, establishing a social media impact fund.
CommerceSF 3307Bigham, K.Prohibiting the sale of dogs and cats by retail pet shops.
Constitutional Amendment
Constitutional AmendmentSF 127Draheim, R.Amending the Constitution to establish term limits for legislators and executive officers.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 157Jensen, S.Reducing the number of members who serve in the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 186Dibble, D.Adding a section to the Constitution that provides for gender equality under the law. (See also SF 200, SF 432, SF 919, SF 3059 and SF 3106)
Constitutional AmendmentSF 500Dibble, D.Making constitutional protections against unreasonable searches and seizures include electronic communications and data.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 522Pappas, S.Changing the wording of the Constitution to gender-neutral terms. (See also SF 4046)
Constitutional AmendmentSF 581Eken, K.Prohibiting legislators from receiving per diem living expenses during legislative sessions.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 729Eken, K.Creating dedicated funding in the Constitution for long-term care services.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 757Marty, J.Changing the Minnesota Legislature to a unicameral legislature.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 921Marty, J.Changing the Constitution so that vacancies in the office of lieutenant governor are filled by governor's appointment, subject to the Senate's advice and consent.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 1007Nelson, C.Amending the Constitution to provide for staggered terms for senators.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 1115Utke, P.Providing in the Constitution for the right of people to keep and bear arms.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2153Housley, K.Authorizing food retailers to sell wine and beer.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2187Mathews, A.Strengthening the single subject requirement for legislative enactments.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2233Isaacson, J.Establishing a redistricting commission to adopt congressional and legislative district boundaries. (See also SF 2255)
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2380Little, M.Providing for freedom of speech as a fundamental right in the Constitution.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2525Pappas, S.Allowing local governments to lower the voting age to 16 in local elections. (See also SF 4086)
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2889Eken, K.Requiring a phaseout of all taxes on real and personal property and requiring a progressive tax based on individual income.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2974Hayden, J.Prohibiting slavery or involuntary servitude in the Minnesota Constitution as criminal punishment for a crime.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2981Goggin, M.Eliminating the population eligibility requirement for allocating municipal state-aid street funds.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 2984Rest, A.Agreeing to enter into an agreement among the states to elect the U.S. president by national popular vote.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 3304Dibble, D.Providing in the Constitution for free, fair and equal elections.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 3977Howe, J.Providing that all children have a fundamental right to quality public education.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 4314Nelson, C.Requiring the governor and Legislature to set appropriation limits and withholding the salaries of the governor and legislators if they fail to set those limits.
Constitutional AmendmentSF 4583Utke, P.Requiring that an emergency declared by the governor lasts for seven days before an extension by the Legislature is required.
CorrectionsSF 413Lang, A.Allowing inmates to be housed in private prisons.
CorrectionsSF 1678Latz, R.Prohibiting the state from using private prisons. (See also SF 3384)
COVID-19SF 3813Relph, J.Transferring funds for public health response planning and preparation for the COVID-19 outbreak. (Ch. 66)
COVID-19SF 4334Benson, M.Providing $200 million for public health response to the COVID-19 outbreak. (Ch. 70)
COVID-19SF 4369Nelson, C.Requiring compensation for hourly employees for school days canceled due to COVID-19 during the 2019-2020 school year.
COVID-19SF 4473Nelson, C.Allowing a tax credit for hospitals and health care providers for purchases related to COVID-19.
COVID-19SF 4474Nelson, C.Suspending the tax on hospitals and health care providers through June 30, 2021.
COVID-19SF 4476Nelson, C.Making grants to advance research, development and implementation of tests necessary to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19SF 4477Pratt, E.Making grants to small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. (See also SF 4481)
COVID-19SF 4480Mathews, A.Establishing a process for businesses to safely reopen that have been affected by the COVID-19 peacetime emergency. (See also SF 4488)
COVID-19SF 4486Rosen, J.Creating a coronavirus relief account in the federal fund of the State Treasury. (Passed the Senate on April 27, 2020) (See also SF 4563)
COVID-19SF 4489Housley, K.Allowing restaurants with liquor licenses to make off-sales of liquor while the executive order closing restaurants and bars due to COVID-19 is in effect. (Ch. 75) (See also SF 4466)
COVID-19SF 4494Westrom, T.Creating a broadband access grant to enable students who lack Internet access to participate in distance learning during the COVID-19 peacetime emergency. Providing grants to health care professionals who purchase and install telemedicine equipment to provide COVID-19-related services to Minnesotans.
COVID-19SF 4495Westrom, T.Providing eviction and mortgage foreclosure protections during the COVID-19 peacetime emergency. Providing $30 million for emergency housing assistance grants.
COVID-19SF 4507Franzen, M.Establishing a process for low-risk businesses to reopen that were affected by COVID-19 peacetime emergency. (See also SF 4557)
COVID-19SF 4511Newman, S.Authorizing reopening of businesses for safe operation during the COVID-19 pandemic if certain safety guidance is followed.
COVID-19SF 4519Osmek, D.Requiring legislative approval for the governor to extend the duration of a peacetime emergency; limiting duration of peacetime emergency extensions.
COVID-19HF 4531Gazelka, P.Providing $330 million for COVID-19 response efforts; creating the COVID-19 Minnesota fund. (Ch. 71)
COVID-19HF 4537Howe, J.Providing a presumption for COVID-19 workers' compensation claims for certain employees. (Ch. 72)
COVID-19SF 4547Weber, B.Appropriating money for grants to retail food handlers to implement COVID-19 safety measures.
COVID-19SF 4552Jasinski, J.Compensating hospitality businesses for losses of food and beverages incurred from being shut down due to closures ordered in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19SF 4553Goggin, M.Extending the deadline for farmer-lender mediations due to the emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19HF 4556Gazelka, P.Making policy changes related to COVID-19 and certain other policy changes. (Ch. 74)
COVID-19SF 4564Rosen, J.Appropriating money from the coronavirus relief account to counties, cities and towns.
COVID-19SF 4587 Abeler, J.Providing supplemental county program aid; providing grants for businesses that closed and for farm operations that were disrupted due to COVID-19.
COVID-19SF 4590Dziedzic, K.Establishing COVID-19 emergency community relief grants.
Economic Development
Economic DevelopmentSF 419Housley, K.Providing an income tax credit for costs of making a film in Minnesota. (See also SF 1983 and SF 3992)
EducationSF 7Nelson, C.Providing safe schools revenue. (See also SF 25)
EducationSF 50Wiger, C.Appropriating money for school safety grants. (See also SF 1298, SF 1299 and SF 1300)
EducationSF 148Dziedzic, K.Requiring a school counselor in every school. (See also SF 431)
EducationSF 402Simonson, E.Increasing funding for special education. (See also SF 403, SF 484 and SF 531)
EducationSF 412Kent, S.Authorizing school districts to begin the school year before Labor Day in the 2020-2021 year and the 2021-2022 year. (See also SF 918)
EducationSF 429Simonson, E.Requiring seat belts on newly purchased school buses.
EducationSF 784Hall, D.Providing for school districts and charter schools to prominently display the national motto in schools.
EducationSF 900Anderson, P.Increasing the safe schools levy.
EducationSF 1743Nelson, C.Allowing school districts to count 2018-2019 snow days toward the required minimum number of days of instruction. (Ch. 5)
EducationSF 3310Cwodzinski, S.Limiting the use of tablets, smartphones and other digital media by preschool and kindergarten students.
Elder Care
Elder CareSF 11Housley, K.Establishing requirements for authorized electronic monitoring in nursing facilities and assisted living facilities.
Elder CareHF 90Housley, K.Eldercare and Vulnerable Adult Protection Act of 2019. (Ch. 60) (See also SF 2685 and SF 2686)
Elder CareSF 805Dibble, D.Establishing consumer protections for residents of assisted living facilities; requiring licenses for assisted living facilities.
ElectionsSF 124Isaacson, J.Automatically registering people to vote when they get their driver's license. (See also SF 612, SF 1189 and SF 4049)
ElectionsSF 241Kiffmeyer, M.Providing funding to improve election security. (Passed the Senate floor on Feb. 28, 2019, as HF 14.) (See also SF 93)
ElectionsSF 312Bigham, K.Providing for early voting.
ElectionsSF 582Rest, A.Creating a commission to recommend boundaries for legislative and congressional districts. (See also SF 2575)
ElectionsSF 785Hall, D.Allowing individuals to wear political or campaign apparel in or near the polling place.
ElectionsSF 856Champion, B.Restoring voting rights upon release from incarceration. (See also SF 1191 and SF 139, 2020 First Special Session)
ElectionsSF 2424Eken, K.Authorizing jurisdictions to adopt ranked-choice voting. (See also SF 3380)
ElectionsSF 2986Rest, A.Regulating access to certain lists of voter data related to the presidential nomination primary. (See also SF 3055, SF 3482 and SF 3567)
ElectionsSF 3385Koran, M.Prohibiting political subdivisions from establishing or enforcing ranked-choice voting.
ElectionsSF 3571Newman, S.Requiring a photo ID to register to vote and to vote.
EmploymentSF 528Pappas, S.Providing for earned sick and safe time. (See also SF 1597 and SF 2923)
EmploymentSF 622Marty, J.Increasing the minimum wage; increasing the Minnesota Family Investment Program cash grant; and other program funding increases. (See also SF 623, SF 624, SF 625 and SF 626)
EmploymentSF 1060Kent, S.Providing for paid family, pregnancy, bonding and applicant's serious medical condition benefits. (See also SF 2798)
EmploymentSF 1933Champion, B.Prohibiting wage theft.
EnergySF 385Bigham, K.Expanding the renewable energy standard.
EnergySF 633Osmek, D.Abolishing the prohibition on issuing a certificate of need for a new nuclear power plant. (See also SF 3198)
EnergySF 1456Senjem, D.Requiring electric utilities to meet resource needs using carbon-free resources.
EnergySF 4409Rarick, J.The Energy Conservation and Optimization Act of 2020. (See also SF 4502 and SF 105, First Special Session)
EnvironmentSF 459Westrom, T.Providing compensation to farmland owners who are required to put riparian buffers on their land.
EnvironmentSF 594Utke, P.Eliminating the rulemaking authority of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
EnvironmentSF 756Marty, J.Prohibiting restaurants from providing plastic straws to customers, except upon request. (See also SF 3595)
EnvironmentSF 1903Torres Ray, P.Repealing the prohibition on local governments banning plastic bags.
EnvironmentSF 4000Marty, J.Requiring retail establishments charge a fee on certain single-use plastic bags.
EnvironmentSF 4073Chamberlain, R.Banning certain uses of trichloroethylene (TCE). (Ch. 84)
FirearmsSF 72Ruud, C.Establishing when the use of deadly force is justified in defense of home and person. (See also SF 1262)
FirearmsSF 434Latz, R.Requiring criminal background checks for firearms transfers. (See also SF 85, SF 1284, SF 1287, SF 1289 and SF 3426)
FirearmsSF 436Latz, R.Enabling law enforcement and family members to petition a court to prohibit people from possessing a firearm if they pose a danger to themselves or others. (See also SF 1285, SF 1286, SF 1288 and SF 2379)
FirearmsSF 748Koran, M.Providing the right to carry a firearm without a permit. (See also SF 865, SF 1172, SF 1504, SF 1821, SF 2129, SF 2413 and SF 3156)
FireworksSF 1621Rarick, J.Expanding the kinds of fireworks that can be used in Minnesota.
GamblingSF 1894Chamberlain, R.Providing for licensing of sports pool operators and sports wagering premises, and other provisions related to sports betting.
Game and Fish
Game and FishSF 226Koran, M.Allowing two-line fishing during the open-water season.
Game and FishSF 456Eken, K.Allowing earlier openings for deer hunting and fishing seasons.
Game and FishSF 927Eaton, C.Prohibiting open season for wolf hunting.
Game and FishSF 2994Ruud, C.Directing the Department of Natural Resources to reduce the walleye limit from six to four.
HealthSF 83Dibble, D.Prohibiting conversion therapy with children or vulnerable adults. (See also SF 164, SF 261, SF 311 and SF 4061)
HealthSF 256Klein, M.Establishing an opioid overdose reduction pilot program.
HealthHF 400Rosen, J.Establishing the opioid epidemic response; establishing a registration fee for opiate manufacturers and wholesale drug distributors. (Ch. 63)
HealthSF 462Nelson, C.Adding e-cigarettes (vaping) to the smoking ban in the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act.
HealthSF 858Eaton, C.Requiring a query of the prescription electronic reporting system before initially prescribing or dispensing an opioid to a patient.
HealthSF 1520Eaton, C.Removing the exemption for conscientiously held beliefs from school immunization requirements.
HealthSF 2286Eaton, C.The End-of-Life Options Act, establishing an end-of-life option for terminally ill adults. (See also SF 2487)
HealthSF 3814Mathews, A.Providing for an exemption from immunization requirements for sincerely held religious beliefs.
HealthSF 3872Hayden, J.Prohibiting flavored tobacco products.
Health Care
Health CareSF 272Klein, M.Prohibiting a manufacturer or wholesale drug distributor from price gouging. (See also SF 1518)
Health CareSF 353Jensen, S.The Prescription Drug Affordability Act, creating prescription drug affordability requirements. (See also SF 3120)
Health CareSF 1098Rosen, J.The Prescription Drug Price Transparency Act, requiring prescription drug price reporting. (See also SF 1640) (Ch. 78)
Health CareSF 3019Jensen, S.Creating a patient insulin assistance program.
Health CareHF 3100Jensen, S.The Alec Smith Emergency Insulin Act, creating the insulin assistance program. (See also SF 472) Ch. 73
Health Insurance
Health InsuranceSF 3Draheim, R.Requiring health plan companies to create a shared savings incentive program.
Health InsuranceSF 352Jensen, S.Establishing a health insurance premium tax credit.
Health InsuranceSF 399Hayden, J.Repealing the repeal of the MinnesotaCare provider tax. (See also SF 2462)
Health InsuranceSF 684Klein, M.Creating MinnesotaCare Buy-In Option health plans. (See also SF 719, SF 720 and SF 1080)
Health InsuranceSF 1125Marty, J.Minnesota Health Plan, ensuring that all Minnesota residents have health coverage. (See also SF 1126, SF 1127, SF 1128 and SF 1129)
Health InsuranceSF 1229Utke, P.Requiring parity between mental health benefits and other medical benefits. (See also SF 379)
Higher Education
Higher EducationSF 1583Anderson, P.Imposing tuition freezes and reductions at the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.
Higher EducationSF 1595Chamberlain, R.Requiring MnSCU and requesting the University of Minnesota create a free-expression policy.
Higher EducationSF 2517Draheim, R.Creating the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP).
Higher EducationSF 2995Chamberlain, R.Allowing student athletes to receive compensation for the use of their names, images or likenesses.
HousingSF 404Nelson, C.Creating a Minnesota housing tax credit contribution fund to increase affordable housing. (See also SF 3558)
Human Rights
Human RightsSF 1307Dziedzic, K.Clarifying the definition of sexual harassment so that the harassing conduct or communication isn't required to be severe or pervasive.
Human Services
Human ServicesSF 1Rosen, J.Providing funding for mental health grants.
Human ServicesSF 2Housley, K.Containing provisions related to child care, including expanding the child-care tax credit and appropriating money for child care provider grants.
Human ServicesSF 4Relph, J.Providing human services provisions, including changes to statutes related to disqualification of individuals who wrongfully obtain assistance from public programs.
Human ServicesSF 975Draheim, R.Making changes to welfare laws; imposing asset limits.
Human ServicesSF 1110Anderson, P.Establishing a tax credit for qualified child care expenses, professionals and providers.
ImmigrationSF 80Utke, P.Reducing local government aid to cities that are sanctuary cities.
ImmigrationSF 231Dibble, D.Restricting state and local officials from cooperating with federal immigration enforcement efforts. (See also SF 114, 2020 First Special Session)
ImmigrationSF 1103Utke, P.Requiring law enforcement officers to record the citizenship and immigration status of felon arrestees.
JudiciarySF 232Dibble, D.Requiring a special prosecutor in certain cases involving officer-initiated use of force.
LiquorSF 1607Housley, K.Authorizing off-sale liquor licenses for food retailers.
MarijuanaSF 619Franzen, M.Legalizing the use of cannabis for recreational purposes.
MarijuanaSF 727Howe, J.Extending the maximum supply of medical cannabis that can be distributed from a 30-day supply to a 90-day supply.
Metropolitan Council
Metropolitan CouncilSF 36Wiger, C.Providing for staggered terms for Metropolitan Council members. (See also SF 56, SF 618, SF 637, SF 1088 and SF 1183)
Metropolitan CouncilSF 47Osmek, D.Requiring local approval of the governor's appointees to the Metropolitan Council.
Metropolitan CouncilSF 57Dibble, D.Providing for the election of Metropolitan Council members.
Public Safety
Public SafetySF 111Limmer, W.Expanding certain sexual conduct crimes; eliminating the exclusion in criminal law for nonconsensual, intentional touching of another person's clothed buttock. (See also SF 22)
Public SafetySF 515Torres Ray, P.Creating a task force on missing and murdered indigenous women. (See also SF 711 and SF 1736)
Public SafetySF 1430Dibble, D.Regulating the use drones by law enforcement agencies. (See also SF 3074)
Public SafetySF 3462Dziedzic, K.Requiring all unrestricted sexual assault kits to be tested. (See also SF 3702)
Public SafetySF 3524Dziedzic, K.Requiring installation of automatic sprinklers in certain high-rise buildings.
State Government
State GovernmentSF 132Marty, J.Precluding per diem payments to legislators.
State GovernmentSF 320Isaacson, J.Requiring inflation of expenditures be included in state economic forecasts. (See also SF 386 and SF 455)
State GovernmentSF 634Ruud, C.Designating the Labrador retriever as the official state dog.
State GovernmentSF 903Jensen, S.Reducing the size of the Minnesota Legislature.
State GovernmentSF 1185Little, M.Providing for the election of state legislators without political party designation.
State GovernmentSF 1245Kiffmeyer, M.Abolishing the Office of MN.IT Services.
State GovernmentSF 1416Kiffmeyer, M.Making daylight saving time year-round.
State GovernmentSF 2039Marty, J.Prohibiting certain public officials from lobbying for seven years after leaving office. (See also SF 2808 and SF 3216)
State GovernmentSF 3025Klein, M.Designating purple as Minnesota's official color.
TaxesSF 5Chamberlain, R.Providing federal tax conformity and nonconformity.
TaxesSF 245Goggin, M.Allowing taxpayers to subtract the entire amount of the Social Security benefits they receive from state income taxes. (See also SF 2962, SF 3088, SF 3148, SF 3404, SF 3533, SF 3566 and SF 3620)
TaxesSF 523Dziedzic, K.Increasing the appropriation for local government aid to cities.
TaxesSF 1066Eichorn, J.Reducing individual income tax rates. (See also SF 3942)
TaxesSF 1448Anderson, B.Repealing the estate tax.
TaxesSF 1449Pratt, E.Reducing the corporate income tax rate.
TaxesSF 1826Franzen, M.Increasing the subtraction for Social Security benefits.
TaxesSF 1872Chamberlain, R.Providing an income tax credit for donations to fund K-12 scholarships. (See also SF 3824)
TaxesSF 2501Rest, A.Expanding the working family credit. (See also SF 2503, SF 2506 and SF 2507)
TaxesSF 3495Chamberlain, R.Increasing the K-12 education expense credit and subtraction and extending the credit to tuition.
TaxesSF 3533Chamberlain, R.Making changes to tax law, including reducing the lowest income tax rate from 5.35 percent to 4.9 percent and eliminating the state tax on Social Security income.
TelecommunicationsSF 317Latz, R.Requiring that Internet service providers adhere to net neutrality practices.
TelecommunicationsSF 433Latz, R.Prohibiting telecommunications or Internet service providers from collecting their customers' personal information without their written approval.
TelecommunicationsSF 1553Latz, R.Requiring telecommunications service providers to comply with Internet privacy requirements.
TelecommunicationsSF 3210Draheim, R.Increasing civil penalties for unlawful robocalls.
TransportationSF 10Newman, S.Dedicating all of the sales tax on motor vehicle repairs and replacement parts to pay for roads.
TransportationHF 50Newman, S.Prohibiting cell phones while driving, unless the driver uses hands-free technology. (Ch. 11) (See also SF 204)
TransportationSF 75Osmek, D.Increasing penalties for texting while driving; expanding the criminal vehicular operation crime. (See also SF 139)
TransportationSF 367Frentz, N.Increasing the motor fuels tax. (See also SF 2758)
TransportationSF 589Osmek, D.Prohibiting state funds to pay for the operating costs of future light rail lines. (See also SF 1148)
TransportationSF 620Jasinski, J.Providing a penalty for driving too slow in the left lane of traffic.
TransportationSF 674Abeler, J.Prohibiting the use of automated driving systems.
TransportationSF 1092Newman, S.Providing deficiency funding for MNLARS. (Ch. 1)
TransportationSF 1124Senjem, D.Increasing vehicle registration fees.
TransportationSF 2173Newman, S.Regulating autonomous vehicle testing.
TransportationSF 2360Dibble, D.Transportation and Public Safety
TransportationSF 2528Simonson, E.Providing rebates to purchasers of electric cars; awarding grants to install a network of electric vehicle charging stations. (See also SF 4051)
TransportationSF 3276Hall, D.Prohibiting smoking in passenger vehicles and public transportation vehicles used for personal use with persons under age 18 present.
TransportationSF 3901Newman, S.Governing the implementation of compliance with the federal REAL ID Act.

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