Today, Governor Mark Dayton signed five bills into law:
Chapter 251, Senate File 2334, modifying certain reporting requirements to the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board.
Chapter 253, House File 2627, which includes various non-controversial human services policy items.
Chapter 254, Senate File 1597, requiring MnDOT to implement the bid preference program for veteran-owned small businesses competing for state contracts for construction-related professional and technical services. This bill passed both bodies with unanimous support.
Chapter 255, Senate File 2342, modifying auto insurance claims practices and medical treatment solicitation provisions. This bill passed both bodies with unanimous support.
Chapter 257, Senate File 2535, making minor changes to the statute governing the Board of School Administrators. This bill passed both bodies with unanimous support.
Governor Dayton vetoed Chapter 252, House File 2341, a bill that would require physicians to be physically present when abortion-inducing drugs are administered, and he vetoed Chapter 256, Senate File 1933, a bill creating a health care compact.