9:15 a.m. – Press Conference - Suspending Standardized Testing
Senator Erin Murphy (DFL-Saint Paul) and Representative Heather Keeler (DFL-Moorhead) will convene a press conference to call for the suspension of standardized testing in Minnesota for this academic year.Minnesota Senate Stream
11:00 a.m. - Senate Floor SessionMinnesota Senate Stream
1:00 p.m. - Committee on Health and Human Services Finance and Policy
S.F. 735 (Wiklund) Medical assistance postpartum coverage extension.
S.F. 1360 (Coleman) Pregnant women and families home visiting program establishment and appropriation.Minnesota Senate Stream
1:00 p.m. – Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy
MN Department of Human Rights budget presentation.
S.F. 1457 (Limmer) Child pornography crimes Sentencing Guidelines Commission increased rankings direction.
S.F. 1197 (Bigham) Law enforcement officials home addresses public information dissemination prohibition; criminal penalties.Minnesota Senate Stream
1:00 p.m. – Committee on Commerce and Consumer Protection Finance and Policy
S.F. 0592 (Ingebrigtsen) Law enforcement employees salary increase authorization and appropriation.
S.F. 1605 (Utke) Standard Nonforfeiture Law for Individual Deferred Annuities modification.
S.F. 1606 (Utke) Insurance Data Security Law establishment.
S.F. 1765 (Dahms) Reinsurance credit allowance modification.
S.F. 785 (Howe) Real property appraisers continuing education, evaluations, and standards of conduct modifications.Minnesota Senate YouTube Channel 3
1:00 p.m. – Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Policy and Legacy
S.F. 1097 (Eichorn) Timber permits terms modification
S.F. 1375 (Ruud) Dedicated funding website maintenance appropriation
S.F. 1445 (Ruud) Certifiable fish diseases, school trust lands reports, snowmobile transport, all-terrain vehicle definition, invasive species permits, state park, hunting and fishing provisions, Mississippi River Corridor Critical Area regulation, wild rice leases exchange, and accounts modifications; outdoor recreation special-use permits; snakes, lizards, and salamanders regulation.
S.F. 1533 (Ruud) Financial assurance money from permits to mine investment account establishment; state park permits modification; shooting at decoys from motor vehicles prohibition; ground blinds blaze orange or pin requirements; motorized decoys restrictions and taking turtles provisions modifications; appropriation.
S.F. 839 (Johnson) Pollution control agency whole effluent toxicity (WET) rules adoption statewide consistency requirement.Minnesota Senate YouTube Channel 4
3:00 p.m. - Committee on Education Finance and Policy
S.F. 735 (Wiklund) Medical assistance postpartum coverage extension.Minnesota Senate Stream
3:00 p.m. – Committee on Jobs and Economic Growth Finance and Policy
S.F. 717 (Bakk) Department of management and budget 21st century fund money transfer requirement.
S.F. 607 (Goggin) Construction Careers Foundation Helmets to Hard Hats appropriation.
S.F. 84 (Mathews) Lake Mille Lacs area economic relief program loans forgiveness.
S.F. 1566 (Housley) Energy Transition Legacy Office establishment; transition communities and workers advisory committee creation; state transition plan for communities and workers impacted by the retirement of power plants development requirement; appropriating money.Minnesota Senate Stream
3:00 p.m. – Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development Finance and Policy
S.F. 1305 (Weber) Farmed Cervidae requirements clarification.
S.F. 1546 (Utke) Owners of farmed Cervidae infected with chronic wasting disease authorization to participate in certain research projects.
S.F. 494 (Rarick) Board of animal health tribal membership requirement.
S.F. 1795 (Westrom) Miscellaneous agriculture provisions modifications.Minnesota Senate YouTube Channel 3
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