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41 Documents Found in Legislative Session 81 (1999-2000)
for Chief Authors of "Anderson, B."

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House HF4028 2 04/04/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Buffalo additional sales, use, and excise taxes authorized; and bonds issued for health and education center improvements.
House HF3814 2 03/06/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Wright county aggregate materials removed production tax requirement provided.
House HF3786 6 04/04/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Wright county ditch conveyance to St. Michael and Albertville authorized.
House HF3727 1 02/21/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Wright county nursing facility rate adjustment provided and money appropriated.
House HF3554 10 03/20/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Veterans affairs commissioner duties technical changes provided, and agent orange information and assistance program expanded.
House HF3512 6 03/22/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Local and state correctional facility inmate telephone access regulated, and criminal penalties imposed.
House HF3495 5 03/21/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. State purchases open bidding authorized.
House HF3475 5 03/16/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. State vehicle identification requirements modified.
House SF3138 8 04/05/2000 390 Text icon Anderson, B. Veterans affairs commissioner duties technical changes provided, agent orange information and assistance program expanded, and combat wounded veterans plaque placed in capital grounds court of honor.
House SF3108 8 04/05/2000 408 Text icon Anderson, B. Local and state correctional facility inmate telephone access regulated, and criminal penalties imposed.
House SF2972 11 04/12/2000 420 Text icon Anderson, B. State purchases open bidding authorized.
House HF2901 2 02/23/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. OSHA; deceased employee next of kin authorized to participate in occupational safety and health citing procedures, and presumptive penalties provided.
House HF2900 2 02/10/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Sex offenders; high-risk offender placement after release regulated.
House SF2813 6 03/21/2000 287 Text icon Anderson, B. State vehicle identification requirements modified.
House HF2625 2 02/10/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Buffalo community center grant provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF2624 2 02/03/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Independent school district No. 728, Elk River, debt service levy rate provided.
House HF2623 3 03/02/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Infant inborn metabolic defect testing and follow-up program expanded to include medium chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency.
House HF2474 1 05/17/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Community-based planning provisions repealed.
House SF2456 16 04/17/2000 432 Text icon Anderson, B. Wright county ditch conveyance to St. Michael and Albertville authorized.
House HF2130 2 03/24/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Runaway children in need of protection or services provided treatment, notice required, and criminal penalties imposed.
House HF2044 1 03/17/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Burial expense reimbursement increased, deceased workers memorial developed, and occupational safety and health act (OSHA) penalty provisions modified.
House HF1938 2 03/17/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Camp Ripley national guard youth camp operation and staffing assistance provided, and money appropriated.
House HF1760 1 03/10/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. I-94 and trunk highway No. 55 improvements included in the statewide transportation plan and improvements program.
House HF1594 1 03/08/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Child pornography dissemination provided felony penalties.
House HF1583 1 03/08/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Firearm report requirement repealed.
House HF1565 6 04/06/1999 46 Text icon Anderson, B. Retired military personnel eligible to be called to active duty expanded to include enlisted personnel and warrant officers.
House SF1562 7 05/03/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Firearm report requirement repealed.
House HF1423 2 03/22/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Precinct caucus procedures modified, preference balloting established and reported, and presidential primaries eliminated.
House SF1020 2 03/29/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Precinct caucus procedures modified, preference balloting established and reported, and presidential primaries eliminated.
House HF0843 1 02/18/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Sherburne county authorized to convey tax-forfeited land bordering public water.
House SF0836 7 04/06/1999 59 Text icon Anderson, B. State fair food handler license provisions modified.
House HF0832 2 03/01/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Personal-use passenger automobile flat registration tax imposed, sales tax allocated to the highway user tax distribution fund, and technical changes provided.
House HF0798 1 02/18/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Injured employees civil remedies provided in cases of employer safety violations.
House HF0682 3 02/18/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Veterans preference termination rights expanded to include state employees.
House HF0655 1 02/11/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. School district maximum effort debt service levy definition and loan repayment account modified.
House HF0591 2 02/16/2000 Text icon Anderson, B. Property owner costs and fees reimbursement provided in specified eminent domain proceedings.
House HF0590 1 02/08/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Private property rights protection act adopted.
House HF0588 1 02/08/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Municipal board sunset provision repealed.
House HF0384 5 03/25/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. State fair food handler license provisions modified.
House HF0283 2 02/10/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Independent school district No. 728, Elk River, debt service levy rate provided.
House HF0196 3 03/01/1999 Text icon Anderson, B. Drainage systems transfer of access easements to storm sewer improvement districts authorized.

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