8:30 a.m. - Committee on Taxes
S.F. 68 (Osmek) Income and corporate franchise temporary tax credit for businesses required to close or operate at reduced capacity.
S.F. 1926 (Jasinski) Season ticket purchasing rights to collegiate events sales and use tax exemption authorization.
S.F. 448 (Tomassoni) Floodwood local sales and use tax imposition authorization.
S.F. 2026 (Frentz) Income tax temporary credit for solar energy systems.
S.F. 918 (Weber) Income tax credit for ethanol retailers.
S.F. 1102 (Bakk) Legislative Tax Expenditure Review Commission establishment; proposed tax expenditures expiration requirement; Department of Revenue tax expenditure report requirements modification.
S.F. 1708 (Coleman) Individual income tax addition for K-12 tuition plan distributions repeal.
S.F. 934 (Nelson) Individual income tax childcare professional supply and retention credit; appropriation.Minnesota Senate Stream
11:00 a.m. - Senate Floor Session
SF 352 (Dahms) Establishing Minnesota agriculture special license plates.
SF 1020 (Dahms) Regulating continuing education sponsors and instructors.Minnesota Senate Stream
1:00 p.m. - Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy
SF 970 (Limmer) Omnibus judiciary and public safety policy and finance provisionsMinnesota Senate Stream
1:00 p.m. – Committee on Human Services Reform Finance and Policy
SF 383 (Abeler) Omnibus human services policy and finance provisions.Minnesota Senate Stream
1:00 p.m. – Committee on Housing and Finance
S.F. 969 (Draheim) Omnibus housing policy and finance provisions.Minnesota Senate YouTube Channel 3
1:00 p.m. – Committee on Higher Education Finance and Policy
Budget update and review of federal funds receipt and spending from Minnesota State and the University of Minnesota.Minnesota Senate YouTube Channel 4
3:00 p.m. - Committee on Transportation
SF 1159 (Newman) Omnibus transportation policy and finance provisions.Minnesota Senate YouTube Channel 3
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