March 11, 2014 - 1. There is probable cause to believe that Respondent Linda Phillips violated Minnesota Statutes § 211B.04 by failing to include a disclaimer on a campaign flyer mailed to constituents and on advertisements published in the Byron Review on February 25, 2014 and March 4, 2014.
2. There is no probable cause to believe that Respondent Linda Phillips violated Minn. Stat. § 211B.04 in connection with campaign signs that Bryce DeCook and Ronald Tiede prepared and disseminated in support of Ms. Phillips’ candidacy for Salem Township Clerk. This claim is DISMISSED.
March 11, 2014 - 1. The Department has the statutory authority to adopt these proposed rules using the exempt rulemaking process, pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 171.306, subd. 8.
2. The following rules or parts thereof are not approved:
7503.1000, subpart 1;
7503.1725, subpart 1; and
7503.1725, subpart 5(B).
3. All other rules or parts thereof are approved.
4. The repeal of Minn. R.7503.0800, subpart 2, is approved.
March 07, 2014 - The Administrative Law Judge concludes that: (1) there was reasonable cause for the Department to believe that Ms. Fischer violated applicable training, capacity and record-keeping regulations; (2) Ms. Fischer did not establish that she is in full compliance with the requirements of her family child care license; and (3) revocation of Ms. Fischer’s license is the most appropriate regulatory response in this case.
February 28, 2014 - The Department’s Motion for Summary Disposition is GRANTED;
1. The Claimant’s Motion for Summary Disposition is DENIED; and
2. The Department’s decision to deny Claimant’s application for compensation from the Contractor Recovery Fund is AFFIRMED.