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70 Documents Found in Legislative Session 80 (1997-1998)
for Authors of "Paymar"

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House HF3849 1 03/16/1998 Text icon Paymar BWCA; motorboat use prohibited in boundary waters canoe area, and civil penalty provided.
House HF3612 2 02/12/1998 Text icon McGuire Army School; President and Congress memorialized to support the closure of the United States Army School of the Americas.
House HF3511 1 02/09/1998 Text icon Leppik Cigarette displays accessible to the public limited to cartons of ten units or more.
House HF3457 2 02/11/1998 Text icon Paymar Outdoor tobacco advertising prohibited near schools, child care centers, and playgrounds; retail exception provided; and penalties imposed.
House HF3408 1 02/05/1998 Text icon Mahon No-fault auto insurance disability and income loss benefit limits increased.
House HF3370 1 02/05/1998 Text icon Paymar Victims of domestic violence address confidentiality program established, and money appropriated.
House HF3360 5 03/23/1998 Text icon Paymar Recognition of domestic abuse protection orders from other jurisdictions clarified.
House HF3333 1 02/04/1998 Text icon Paymar Tobacco manufacturers required to report hazardous substances to assist in local ordinance enforcement.
House HF3264 1 02/04/1998 Text icon Pugh Counterfeited trademark possession, manufacture, or distribution prohibited; and criminal penalties imposed.
House HF3249 3 02/16/1998 Text icon Larsen Land mines; United States government urged to sign the international convention to ban land mines.
House HF3236 1 02/02/1998 Text icon Rest Retail sale of tobacco licensed by local units of government, specified substances disclosure exemption provided for cigar manufacturers, and the sale of unopened cartons on cigarette displays accessible to the public authorized.
House HF3191 1 02/02/1998 Text icon Paymar Public utilities commission required to reconsider telephone area code assignments for the metropolitan area.
House HF3190 1 02/02/1998 Text icon Mullery Neighborhood Development Center, Inc. grant provided, and money appropriated.
House HF3082 2 02/05/1998 Text icon Mariani Harriet Island redevelopment in St. Paul funded, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF3081 8 03/09/1998 Text icon Paymar St. Paul capital improvement bonding limits increased and authority extended.
House HF3067 1 01/29/1998 Text icon Paymar Written domestic abuse police reports provided data classification.
House HF3054 1 01/29/1998 Text icon Paymar Public arts St. Paul appropriated money for art projects throughout the city.
House HF3016 1 01/29/1998 Text icon Farrell Stroh brewery site redevelopment and job creation assistance provided, and money appropriated.
House HF2993 1 01/29/1998 Text icon Paymar Order for protection minor respondent violations provided criminal penalties, firearm possession prohibited, and harassment restraining order service of notice clarified.
House HF2889 1 01/29/1998 Text icon Paymar Ramsey county provided funding for Ford bridge improvements, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF2805 1 01/26/1998 Text icon Wejcman Sale of alcohol to under age persons provided minimum mandatory civil penalties, regular compliance checks for licensees required, home delivery regulated, under age purchasers provided minimum fines, and 50 milliliter bottle ban allowed.
House HF2795 1 01/26/1998 Text icon Jaros Health care plans required to cover care provided by any licensed provider willing to serve the insurer's enrollees.
House HF2755 1 01/26/1998 Text icon Broecker Youth intervention program grants provided, and money appropriated.
House HF2594 2 01/26/1998 Text icon Juhnke Child guide prevention program appropriated money.
House HF2588 19 03/23/1998 Text icon Orfield Metropolitan council made an elected body, and candidate contributions regulated.
House HF2556 1 01/22/1998 Text icon Farrell Ramsey county appropriated money for breaking the cycle of violence pilot project.
House HF2431 5 02/18/1998 Text icon Paymar Fair housing initiative established, grants provided for enforcement, education, and outreach, and money appropriated.
House HF2399 3 01/29/1998 Text icon Huntley Smoking prohibited at all times on day care premises.
House HF2307 2 01/22/1998 Text icon Mullery County probation services provided grants to increase the number of probation officers, and money appropriated.
House HF2231 2 02/05/1998 Text icon Tuma BWCA; motorboat use prohibited in boundary waters canoe area, and civil penalty provided.
House HF2092 1 04/07/1997 Text icon Paymar Domestic abuse perpetrated by minors regulation pilot program established.
House HF2027 2 04/10/1997 Text icon Paymar St. Paul sanitary sewer connection repair provided, rainleaders disconnected, and assessments provided.
House HF1915 1 03/24/1997 Text icon Paymar Limited market value treatment implementation threshold reduced.
House HF1839 2 03/24/1997 Text icon Dawkins Firearms tracking system established, weapon transfers regulated, pistol and semiautomatic weapon possession by convicted felons prohibited, penalties imposed, and money appropriated.
House HF1834 1 03/20/1997 Text icon Entenza Metropolitan regional parks maintenance and operation funded, and money appropriated.
House HF1780 1 03/19/1997 Text icon Pugh Corrections department appropriated money for sexual assault program grants.
House HF1771 1 03/19/1997 Text icon Paymar First-degree murder definition expanded related to domestic abuse, malicious punishment of a child enhanced penalties provided, and crimes of violence definition expanded to include fifth-degree and domestic assault.
House HF1703 1 03/17/1997 Text icon Entenza St. Paul civic center intoxicating liquor sales authorized at professional athletic events.
House HF1672 1 03/17/1997 Text icon Paymar Trunk highway No. 5 in St. Paul beautification and enhancement provided, and money appropriated.
House HF1671 1 03/17/1997 Text icon Paymar Pedestrian-control traffic signal display time period prescribed.
House HF1625 3 04/01/1997 Text icon Mariani Harriet Island redevelopment provided, and money appropriated.
House HF1345 3 03/19/1997 Text icon Paymar Workers' compensation occupational disease definition expanded to include corrections officers.
House HF1226 1 03/05/1997 Text icon Broecker Ramsey county enhanced probation law enforcement community partnership pilot project grant provided, and money appropriated.
House HF1207 6 04/15/1997 Text icon Paymar Private corrections treatment facility liability limits provided.
House HF1115 1 03/03/1997 Text icon Tunheim Sign contractor licensure required, rule adoption and penalties provided, and money appropriated.
House HF1033 1 02/27/1997 Text icon Entenza Fraudulent acts against senior citizens and disabled persons provided criminal penalties.
House HF1031 1 02/27/1997 Text icon Hasskamp Alex and Brandon Frank child safety act adopted, and money appropriated.
House HF1019 1 02/27/1997 Text icon McGuire Pistol and semiautomatic military-style assault weapon possession regulated by local units of government.
House HF1012 2 03/24/1997 Text icon Trimble Contamination cleanup grant program requirements modified, and money appropriated.
House HF1011 1 02/27/1997 Text icon McGuire Presentence domestic abuse investigation procedures and terminology modified.
House HF0954 1 02/24/1997 Text icon Swenson, D. Corrections ombudsman jurisdiction clarified and extended.
House HF0946 1 02/24/1997 Text icon Hasskamp Domestic abuse protection orders from other states enforced, and penalties provided.
House HF0933 1 02/24/1997 Text icon Olson, M. Corrections facility for recidivists feasibility study provided and task force established, and money appropriated.
House HF0882 1 02/20/1997 Text icon Dawkins Neighborhood organizations provided stipends for the delivery of services to children and families, and money appropriated.
House HF0761 1 02/17/1997 Text icon Wejcman Cordial and liqueur brand labels prohibited from containing cartoons and caricatures, mandatory minimum civil penalty provided for sales of alcoholic beverages to minors, and home delivery of alcohol regulated.
House HF0749 1 02/17/1997 Text icon Farrell St. Paul police department communications and surveillance equipment purchase provided, and money appropriated.
House HF0699 2 03/20/1997 Text icon Dawkins St. Paul rental tax equity pilot project reinstated, property tax refunds provided, and money appropriated.
House HF0688 9 05/16/1997 Text icon Paymar Cigarette advertising restricted and regulated, and penalties provided.
House HF0686 17 05/06/1997 133 Text icon Paymar Tenants provided right to seek police and emergency assistance, and penalties provided.
House HF0530 1 02/06/1997 Text icon Dawkins Weed and seed; crime, drug, and illegal activity eradication program grants provided; and money appropriated.
House HF0438 2 02/10/1997 Text icon Opatz Dentists exempted from state health care program participation requirement.
House HF0350 3 03/24/1997 Text icon McGuire Emergency 911 telephone call interruption prohibited, and criminal penalty provided.
House HF0320 1 01/30/1997 Text icon Paymar Property tax increase disclosure and vote required.
House HF0207 1 01/27/1997 Text icon Paymar Explosive materials required to contain identification and detection taggants, and criminal penalty imposed.
House HF0206 3 03/10/1997 Text icon Paymar Firearm unlawful possession mandatory minimum sentence increased.
House HF0205 2 03/10/1997 Text icon Paymar Firearms; pistol illegal possession criminal penalties increased.
House HF0196 2 01/30/1997 Text icon Bishop Crime victim reparation provisions expanded, and peace officer juvenile records release authorized.
House HF0170 1 01/27/1997 Text icon McCollum Independent school district No. 625, St. Paul, retirement plan coverage exclusion election authorized for certain trades personnel.
House HF0166 1 01/27/1997 Text icon Hasskamp Tobacco retail license establishment required by local units of government, vendor compliance checks provided, and mandatory penalties provided for sales to minors.
House HF0003 2 01/13/1997 Text icon Kubly K-12 education appropriation caps repealed, school district revenue formula modified, and money appropriated.