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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 41-50 of 169
ChapterHouse FileSenate FileDescriptionPresentedSignedVetoedFiled w/o Signature
2732995This Unsession bill simplifies requirements in the towing process. This bill contains 1 Unsession provision and passed the House 119-0 and the Senate 55-1.5/15/145/16/14--
2722397This education bill modifies provisions for early childhood and family, kindergarten through grade 12, and adult education including general education, education excellence, English learners and language proficiency, special programs, nutrition, and libraries. This bill contains 21 Unsession provisions and passed the House 80-49 and the Senate 37-27.5/14/145/16/14--
2712948This Unsession bill repeals obsolete, redundant, and unnecessary laws administered by the Department of Employment and Economic Development, Metropolitan Council, and MN.IT. This bill contains 62 Unsession provisions and passed the House 114-15 and the Senate 58-0.5/14/145/16/14--
2701851This public safety bill enhances the penalties for repeat criminal sexual conduct offenders. This passed unanimously in both chambers.5/14/145/16/14--
2692925This public safety bill appropriates money to compensate wrongfully imprisoned individuals who have been exonerated. This passed the House 126-3 and the Senate 60-0.5/14/145/16/14--
2681915This military affairs bill eliminates barriers in state law that prevent some military police officers from transitioning into service on civilian police forces. The bill changes experience requirements to four, and two years respectively, making them more consistent with typical military commitments. The new law builds on reforms enacted last session that allowed military police officers to take their reciprocity exams while still on active duty, helping them transition more quickly into civilian employment.5/14/145/16/14--
2672812This bill designates the month of October as Veterans' Voices Month in the State of Minnesota. This passed unanimously in both chambers.5/14/145/16/14--
2662188This bill removes gendered language from deeds and mortgages. The bill also clarifies transfer on death deeds. This passed unanimously in both chambers.5/14/145/16/14--
2652782This campaign finance bill increases contribution limits for local campaigns and requires local campaign reports to be available online. This passed the House 121-10 and the Senate 49-2.5/14/145/16/14--
2642390This bill makes technical and minor policy changes to statute election administration, voting, voter registration, absentee ballots, and regular ballots. The bill also requires the Secretary of State to do an annual security assessment of the online voter registration and absentee ballot application systems. This passed the House 130-0 and the Senate 49-7.5/14/145/16/14--

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