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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 91-100 of 169
ChapterHouse FileSenate FileDescriptionPresentedSignedVetoedFiled w/o Signature
2232490This labor bill provides procedures for how local governments and school districts handle collective bargaining agreements and protect employees when entering a new joint powers agreement. This bill passed the House 77-49 and the Senate 39-23.5/7/145/9/14--
2222854This Unsession bill removes and modifies obsolete, unnecessary and redundant laws and rules administered by the Department of Commerce and the Public Utilities Commission. The bill eliminates obsolete laws like carrying fruit in an illegally sized container, regulating insurance policies sold in vending machines, and regulations specific to the telegraph. The bill contains 184 Unsession provisions and passed unanimously in both chambers.5/7/145/9/14--
221655This energy bill regulates the routing process for high-voltage transmission lines and prohibits the designation of a preferred route in the permitting process. The bill passed unanimously in both chambers.5/7/145/9/14--
2201425This local government bill modifies definitions that apply to municipal boundary adjustments. The bill passed unanimously in both chambers. 5/7/145/9/14--
2192313This bill updates the definition of a confidential employee. This bill passed the House 79-46 and the Senate 36-23.5/7/145/9/14--
2182755This corrections bill amends and repeals outdated and redundant statutes. The bill contains 18 Unsession provisions, and passed unanimously in both chambers.5/7/145/9/14--
2172449Chapter 217, SF 2449: This Unsession bill authorizes the purchase of a dam, and public and private sales and exchanges of certain state lands. The bill also merges two state parks, modifies boundaries for state forests and recreation areas, and modifies the disposition of certain land and revenue. The bill contains 5 Unsession provisions and passed unanimously in both chambers.5/7/145/9/14--
2162219This bill designates a segment of Route No. 46 (U.S. Highway 8), from the southwestern border of Chisago City to the eastern border of Center City, to be named “Nicholas Patrick Spehar Memorial Highway.” The bill passed unanimously in both chambers. 5/7/145/9/14--
2152398This commerce bill updates laws regulating liens on personal property in self-storage. The bill passed unanimously in both chambers. 5/7/145/9/14--
2143043This bill authorizes local governments to transfer cemetery property to a tribal cemetery association. The bill passed unanimously in both chambers. 5/6/145/9/14--

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