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The following bills have been signed into law, or returned to the Legislature with a veto:

Legislation for 2014

Display results 61-70 of 169
ChapterHouse FileSenate FileDescriptionPresentedSignedVetoedFiled w/o Signature
2531984This bill enhances accountability and transparency in public construction projects by creating a definition for a responsible contractor. This bill passed the House 84-38 and the Senate 59-0.5/13/145/16/14--
2523241This bill provides for the settlement of certain claims against the state. The bill authorizes certain payments by the Department of Corrections and the Department of Transportation. This passed the House 83-42 and the Senate 54-0.5/13/145/16/14--
2512949This Unsession bill reduces the number of years Minnesota businesses are required to keep records for Unemployment Insurance taxes paid for each employee. Previously, businesses were required to keep records for a period of eight years. The new state law cuts that requirement in half, requiring that businesses only keep these records for a period of four years.5/13/145/16/14--
2502467This human services bill streamlines requirements for human services background studies. The bill contains 1 Unsession provision, and passed unanimously in both chambers5/13/145/16/14--
2492695This commerce bill modifies the requirements for Department of Commerce licensee education. The bill contains 1 Unsession provision, and passed unanimously in both chambers.5/13/145/16/14--
2482454This natural resources bill modifies and repeals obsolete laws and provides for regulatory efficiencies. The bill contains 37 Unsession provisions, and passed unanimously in both chambers. 5/13/145/16/14--
2471722This bill adds art therapist, music therapist, and audiologist to the list of positions defined as teachers. This passed the House 76-53 and the Senate 49-13.5/13/145/16/14--
2462576This bill creates a more thorough expungement mechanism that allows judges to permanently seal the criminal records of reformed offenders – making it easier for these Minnesotans to secure good jobs, access quality housing, and provide for their families.5/12/145/14/14--
2452386This judiciary bill modifies the requirements to file a petition for relief from conviction, and modifies the notice requirement for offenders who owe restitution. The bill contains two Unsession provisions, and passed unanimously in both chambers.5/12/145/13/14--
2442654This public safety bill eliminates licensure for part-time peace officers. This bill passed the House 100-22 and the Senate 54-11. 5/12/145/13/14--

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