Today, Governor Mark Dayton signed six bills into law:
Chapter 40, House File 648: Relating to commerce; regulating certain lenders that use motor vehicle titles of the borrower as collateral.
Chapter 41, House File 1195: Relating to local government; giving Hennepin County the same authority as Minneapolis to negotiate agreements relating to skilled trade and craft workers and apprentices.
Chapter 42, Senate File 541: Relating to liquor; regulating alcohol sales and distribution; authorizing and modifying various licenses.
Chapter 43, Senate File 887: Relating to health; classifying criminal history record data on Minnesota Responds Medical Reserve Corps volunteers; requiring certain interviews for investigation of vulnerable adult complaints against HMO; enacting the Minnesota Radon Awareness Act; requiring radon education disclosure for residential real property; changing provisions for tuberculosis standards; changing adverse health events reporting requirements; modifying a poison control provision; providing liability coverage for certain volunteer medical personnel and permitting agreements to conduct criminal background studies; changing provisions for body art establishments and body art technicians; defining occupational therapy practitioners; changing provisions for occupational therapy; amending prescribing authority for legend drugs; providing penalties.
Chapter 44, Senate File 825: Relating to health; making changes to the Medical Practice Act. and;
Chapter 45, Senate File 510: Relating to solid waste; amending process for cities to implement organized collection of solid waste.