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Minnesota State Legislature


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Recently Passed
  • SF 2733
    Sponsored by: Separated
    AWAIR (a workplace accident and injury reduction) program provisions modification
  • SF 2744
    Sponsored by: Separated
    Omnibus education policy bill
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Recently Introduced
  • SF 3598
    Sponsored by: Separated
    Credit reports regarding minors security freeze requirement
  • SF 3597
    Sponsored by: Separated
    Education gifted and talented provisions modifications
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Recently Passed
  • HF 3931
    Sponsored by: Separated
    Omnibus agriculture, environment and natural resources, employment and economic development, and energy policy and finance bill.
  • HF 2777
    Sponsored by: Separated
    Blood samples; ex parte hearings authorized to determine when an emergency medical service person has a significant exposure to a source individual's bodily fluids, and peace officers authorized to take a noncompliant individual into temporary custody to collect a blood sample.
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Recently Introduced
  • HF 3974
    Sponsored by: Separated
    County approval of land acquisitions required.
  • HF 3972
    Sponsored by: Separated
    University of Minnesota research on challenges facing low-income urban communities of color funding provided, legislative report required, and money appropriated.
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Available Sessions

Session Bills
2009-2010 Regular Session 7526 bills
2010, 1st Special Session 7 bills
2010, 2nd Special Session 16 bills
2011-2012 Regular Session 5879 bills
2011, 1st Special Session 51 bills
2012, 1st Special Session 9 bills
2013-2014 Regular Session 6677 bills
2013, 1st Special Session 58 bills
2015, 1st Special Session 37 bills
2015-2016 Regular Session 7858 bills


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