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14 Documents Found in Legislative Session 79 (1995-1996)
for Chief Authors of "Pawlenty"

Body Bill
Law Bill
Short Description
House HF3235 3 03/08/1996 Text icon Pawlenty Dependent child income tax credit allowed.
House HF3105 1 02/07/1996 Text icon Pawlenty State agency appropriations captured from staff retirement and used for technology acquisition and staff development, and money appropriated.
House HF2886 2 02/15/1996 Text icon Pawlenty Metropolitan comprehensive land use plans superseded by local zoning requirements.
House HF2476 2 02/07/1996 Text icon Pawlenty Child custody best interest factors and modification standards clarified.
House HF2366 2 02/15/1996 Text icon Pawlenty Jobs opportunity program established for the purpose of employing public assistance recipients.
House HF2326 1 01/18/1996 Text icon Pawlenty Peace officer child photography authorized circumstances modified.
House HF2325 3 02/19/1996 Text icon Pawlenty Repeat domestic assault crime provided mandatory minimum penalty.
House HF1590 1 03/22/1995 Text icon Pawlenty Minors under the age of 21 prohibited from engaging in various gambling activities.
House HF1570 1 03/22/1995 Text icon Pawlenty Public employees provided opportunity to submit suggestions to improve government efficiency and effectiveness, program established by adminitration commissioner, and money appropriated.
House HF0665 2 04/12/1995 Text icon Pawlenty Campus closure and reorganization commission established, and money appropriated.
House HF0139 5 04/06/1995 Text icon Pawlenty Tenth Amendment; federal government mandate reporting and analysis required.
House HF0034 1 01/09/1995 Text icon Pawlenty Controlled substance offender sentencing court adjudication stay authority limited.
House HF0009 4 01/30/1995 Text icon Pawlenty Legislature to meet only in odd-numbered years, and constitutional amendment proposed.
House HF0007 3 03/23/1995 Text icon Pawlenty Term limits imposed on legislative, constitutional, and congressional offices, and constitutional amendment proposed.