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Governor Dayton acts on bills

April 09, 2012

Today, Governor Mark Dayton signed four bills into law:

  • Chapter 166, HF 2626 related to an automated drug distribution system in certain health care facilities.  This bill passed with unanimous support.

  • Chapter 169, HF 2060 establishing Medicaid reimbursement for certain services provided by community paramedics.  This bill passed with unanimous support.

  • Chapter 170, HF 2216, a Minnesota Comprehensive Health Association policy bill.  This bill passed with unanimous support.

  • Chapter 171, HF 1829 authorizing County Attorneys and Assistant County Attorneys to carry firearms while on duty, under the terms of a valid, state-issued, permit to carry.

Governor Dayton also vetoed Chapter 168, SF 1236 related to successor liability in asbestos cases.  A copy of the governor’s veto message is attached.