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54 Documents Found in Legislative Session 83 (2003-2004)
for Authors of "Lindner"

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House HF3200 2 05/13/2004 Text icon Buesgens Legislative sessions limited to odd-numbered years.
House HF3183 2 04/22/2004 Text icon Westerberg Alcohol "dime-a-drink" tax imposed, cigarette and tobacco taxes increased, and MinnesotaCare provider tax eliminated.
House HF3135 1 03/25/2004 Text icon Krinkie Taxation and spending increase limits provided for state and local government through proposed constitutional amendment.
House HF3041 2 03/22/2004 Text icon Lindner Advocating Change Together grant provided for training, assistance, and resource materials to persons with developmental and mental health disabilities.
House HF2749 3 03/15/2004 Text icon Westerberg Foreclosure consultants and equity purchasers regulated, contract provisions and notice requirements specified, and criminal and civil penalties imposed.
House HF2615 1 03/01/2004 Text icon Rhodes Minneapolis; Minnesota Shubert Center funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF2610 2 03/15/2004 Text icon Zellers Brooklyn Park Northwest Hennepin Family Center funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF2501 2 03/08/2004 Text icon Abrams Life insurance tax rate reduced.
House HF2485 3 03/10/2004 Text icon Zellers Marked Trunk Highway 610 segment completion as a four-lane freeway funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF2380 1 02/23/2004 Text icon Dorman Regional angel investment network fund investment income tax credit provided.
House HF2285 3 03/01/2004 Text icon Wardlow Student progress to next grade level delayed for absence from school and performance below grade level.
House HF2247 12 05/12/2004 Text icon Kuisle Metropolitan area second transportation beltway evaluation required; transportation policy provisions modified; toll facilities regulated; and vehicle registration, title, dealer, and driver's license provisions modified.
House HF2147 2 02/19/2004 Text icon Johnson, J. Legislature authorized to convene even-year sessions under certain circumstances, and agenda limitations specified.
House HF2048 7 03/31/2004 Text icon Paulsen Organ donation expenses income tax deduction provided.
House HF2044 11 04/21/2004 Text icon Davids Tourism functions transferred from the Department of Employment and Economic Development to Explore Minnesota Tourism, and money appropriated.
House HF2026 5 04/07/2004 Text icon Wilkin Human embryo and stem cell research funding restrictions provided.
House SF2009 7 04/26/2004 171 Text icon Davids Tourism functions transferred from the Department of Employment and Economic Development to Explore Minnesota Tourism, and money appropriated.
House HF1969 4 02/26/2004 Text icon Krinkie Summer school required for students not passing basic skills test required for high school graduation.
House HF1801 15 05/11/2004 Text icon Klinzing Homeowners' Protection Act established; residential home building contractor regulations, building code enforcement reporting, and continuing education requirements modified; and attorney fee recovery provided.
House HF1681 29 04/02/2004 Text icon Bradley Omnibus health and human services finance bill, providing health plan and health care policy, making health and human services forecast adjustments and reductions, and appropriating money.
House HF1602 1 05/08/2003 Text icon Hackbarth Death penalty authorized for first-degree murder under aggravating circumstances, statutory framework provided, automatic appellate review provided, task forces established, and money appropriated.
House HF1043 2 02/19/2004 Text icon Anderson, B. Infrastructure certificate funding provided.
House HF1013 3 03/26/2003 Text icon Olson, M. Public debt allowed for loans for personal rapid transit systems and constitutional amendment proposed.
House HF0831 14 05/14/2003 Text icon Gunther Unemployment insurance trust fund solvency provisions increased.
House HF0826 2 04/01/2003 Text icon Seifert Higher education financial aid requirements modified to include a service requirement for certain stipends.
House HF0669 1 03/03/2003 Text icon Holberg Woman's Right to Know Act requiring informed consent of a female upon whom an abortion is performed, and providing civil remedies.
House HF0664 5 03/13/2003 Text icon Eastlund Child support guidelines provided, fee imposed, and money appropriated.
House SF0645 6 05/08/2003 52 Text icon Lindner Eviction actions assigned to city attorneys, and interest rates provided on security deposits.
House HF0616 7 03/06/2003 Text icon Finstad Prescription drug assistance program established through the Board on Aging, and appropriations transferred.
House HF0606 23 05/14/2004 246 Text icon Smith Minnesota Health Plan Contracting Act adopted modifying prior authorization requirements for health care services, establishing contracting requirements, and modifying provisions for claims payment.
House HF0533 1 02/20/2003 Text icon Johnson, J. High-occupancy vehicle lanes on Interstate Highways 394 and 35W regulated.
House HF0530 7 02/16/2004 Text icon Hackbarth Mourning dove hunting season authorized and report required.
House HF0529 4 03/31/2003 Text icon Hackbarth Mourning dove hunting season authorized, and stamps and report required.
House HF0495 2 02/24/2003 Text icon Johnson, J. Metropolitan fiscal disparities law abolished.
House HF0477 4 03/26/2003 Text icon Olson, M. Minnesota Regulated Public Transit Utilities Act established.
House HF0476 5 05/19/2003 Text icon Olson, M. American Heritage Education in Minnesota Public Schools Act adopted.
House HF0475 2 02/20/2003 Text icon Olson, M. Legal reform support urged by resolution to Congress.
House HF0474 2 02/20/2003 Text icon Olson, M. Missile defense system deployment requested by resolution to Congress.
House HF0473 4 04/03/2003 Text icon Olson, M. Local government opt out procedures provided regarding certain state mandates.
House HF0472 6 04/03/2003 Text icon Olson, M. School district opt out procedures provided regarding certain state mandates.
House HF0438 8 05/07/2003 Text icon Lindner Interest rates on rental security deposits provided.
House HF0395 4 04/22/2003 Text icon Abeler Driver's license revocation reinstatement fees increased and reallocated.
House HF0365 7 05/19/2003 Text icon Johnson, J. Kindergarten through grade 12 unneeded mandates eliminated.
House HF0352 8 05/11/2004 Text icon Wilkin Parental consent for certain medical treatments modified, parental access to minor's medical records permitted, and minor consent agreements provided.
House HF0341 5 03/13/2003 Text icon Lindner Sexual orientation removed as a protected class under the Human Rights Act and other statutory provisions.
House HF0332 1 02/06/2003 Text icon Anderson, B. Prairie Island and Monticello nuclear generating plant continued operation authorized, and nuclear waste escrow account required.
House HF0327 13 03/01/2004 Text icon Hackbarth Shooting range generally accepted practices defined; and relation to local ordinances, closing and relocations, noise standards, public access, and nuisance liability provided.
House HF0247 4 02/10/2003 Text icon Nelson, C. Military service credit purchase sunset eliminated.
House HF0214 4 02/06/2003 Text icon Dempsey Fourth-degree assault law expanded to include offenses committed towards employees or care providers at secure treatment facilities.
House HF0178 4 02/13/2003 Text icon Jaros Property tax valuation exclusion made permanent for certain improvements.
House HF0162 10 05/19/2003 Text icon Seifert Health commissioner required to obtain legislative approval for specified rules adoption.
House HF0114 4 03/26/2003 Text icon Olsen, S. Trunk Highway 610 project completion funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HR0016 3 02/12/2004 Text icon Harder A house resolution proclaiming February 18, 2004, to be Dairy Day on the Hill.
House HC0008 1 05/16/2004 Text icon Olson, M. A house concurrent resolution amending the Temporary Joint Rules of the Senate and House of Representatives.