Today, Governor Mark Dayton signed five bills into law:
Chapter 266, House File 2046, a Department of Public Safety agency bill that permits law enforcement to access the Department of Human Services civil commitment database for a background check when an individual applies for a permit to purchase explosives.
Chapter 267, House File 2136, modifying when damaged motor vehicles must have a salvage title and where a disclosure of vehicle damage is required. This bill passed the legislature with unanimous support.
Chapter 268, Senate File 2098, providing for alternative compliance with the state’s Integrated Resource Planning law for some cooperative electric associations in Minnesota.
Chapter 269, Senate File 288, creating a registry for dental laboratories through a national dental laboratory organization and restricts Minnesota-licensed dentists to only using a registered dental laboratory under this system.
Chapter 270, Senate File 1573, the omnibus higher education bill.
Governor Dayton vetoed Chapter 265, House File 2821, a bill modifying House district boundaries in Senate districts 39 and 49. A copy of the governor’s veto message is attached.