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The following bills have been signed into law, or returned to the Legislature with a veto:

Legislation for 2014

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3133302This bill corrects miscellaneous oversights, inconsistencies, ambiguities, unintended results, and technical errors. This bill passed the House 128-2 and the Senate 58-0.5/17/145/30/14--
3123172This bill makes new investments in broadband infrastructure, provides additional education funding for every school district, ensures no student is denied a healthy lunch in Minnesota schools, and improves railway safety statewide. This bill passed the House 75-55 and the Senate 37-22. 5/17/145/20/14--
3112470This bill creates a patient registry under the Department of Health relating to the therapeutic use of medical cannabis. It authorizes the use of medical cannabis in limited forms for certain qualifying medical conditions and regulates the distribution and manufacture of medical cannabis. It also creates a task force to conduct an impact assessment on medical cannabis therapeutic research and provides for certain criminal and civil protections for parties involved in the registry program. This passed the House 89-40 and the Senate 46-16.5/17/145/29/14--
3103073This insurance bill modifies regulations to reduce insurance fraud; no-fault auto benefits and establishes a task force on motor vehicle insurance coverage verification. This bill passed the House 72-55 and the Senate 41-21.5/17/145/21/14--
3092531This campaign finance bill increases the transparency of the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board’s operations and requires public officials to include more financial information on their statements of economic interest. The bill also makes various technical and clarifying changes to Chapter 10A. This passed the House 70-61 and the Senate 59-2.5/17/145/21/14--
3083167This bill provides an additional $103 million in tax relief to middle class families, farmers, veterans, small businesses, and nonprofits. This bill passed the House 131-0 and the Senate 59-1.5/17/145/20/14--
3072343This state government bill modifies investment reporting. This bill passed unanimously in both chambers.5/17/145/21/14--
3061360This bill extends extending the felony crime of fraudulent or improper financing statements. The crime now includes retaliation against a police officer, chief of police, or official or employee of the Department of Corrections, or local correctional agency. This passed the House 132-0 and the Senate 55-1.5/17/145/21/14--
3052065This bill makes the Department of Labor and Industry’s Contractor Registration Pilot Program permanent, aligns Minnesota’s apprenticeship laws with the federal standards, and modifies municipal building code enforcement. The bill provides an exception to certain high pressure boiler requirements and requires a workgroup to study plumbing at certain resorts. This passed the House 82-48 and the Senate 40-18.5/17/145/21/14--
3042175This bill prohibits state agencies from paying more than ten percent over the appraised value of a property, when acquiring property. This passed the House 122-10 and the Senate 51-15.5/17/145/21/14--

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