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99 Documents Found in Legislative Session 84 (2005-2006)
for Authors of "Peppin"

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House HF4186 4 05/16/2006 Text icon Kohls Tax holiday provided for petroleum and other fuels.
House HF4166 1 04/26/2006 Text icon Seifert Citizenship eligibility requirement established for higher education financial aid.
House HF4112 7 05/19/2006 Text icon Eastlund Address confidentiality program established for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking; and voting method and mail forwarding system provided to participants.
House HF4092 4 04/10/2006 Text icon Westerberg Body armor provided for members of the National Guard being deployed to combat service, and money appropriated.
House HF3877 1 03/23/2006 Text icon Peppin Power limited technician licensing requirements eliminated.
House HF3840 1 03/22/2006 Text icon Peppin Taxpayer's Bill of Rights provided limiting state and local spending and tax increases through proposed constitutional amendment.
House HF3748 1 03/21/2006 Text icon Klinzing Early childhood health and developmental screening and notice requirements clarified.
House HF3667 1 03/20/2006 Text icon Gunther Chiropractors advertising restrictions implemented.
House HF3657 4 03/30/2006 Text icon Holberg Highway funding provided, trunk highway motor vehicle sales tax collection account established, proceeds allocated, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF3625 4 04/03/2006 Text icon Peppin Public employee insurance provisions modified, and money appropriated.
House HF3615 1 03/16/2006 Text icon Peppin Group residential pilot project established.
House HF3528 1 03/15/2006 Text icon Demmer School year length increased by five weeks and Labor Day school start date repealed.
House HF3515 5 03/23/2006 Text icon Peppin Preventive health services program operation by cities authorized.
House HF3506 2 03/16/2006 Text icon Zellers Career offender sentencing law modified, counterfeiting federal currency crime established, federal law enforcement officer definition updated, and criminal penalties imposed.
House HF3447 4 03/29/2006 Text icon Peppin Motor vehicle event data recorders regulated, disclosures required, and data restricted.
House HF3360 4 03/27/2006 Text icon Bradley Minnesota comprehensive health insurance plan funding provisions modified and money appropriated.
House HF3290 1 03/09/2006 Text icon Vandeveer Health impact fee repealed.
House HF3258 16 04/27/2006 Text icon Brod Abortion notification reporting required relating to abortions performed on a minor or specified other women, state fund use prohibited, civil penalties provided, and money appropriated.
House HF3255 3 03/29/2006 Text icon Wilkin Minnesota Starvation and Dehydration of Persons with Disabilities Prevention Act established.
House HF3237 10 05/20/2006 278 Text icon Peppin Independent School District No. 728, Elk River, task force established to examine the governance, facilities, and programming of the district.
House HF3235 4 04/05/2006 Text icon Peppin Vulnerable adult criminal neglect penalties created.
House HF3187 6 03/27/2006 Text icon Peppin Per diem payments to legislators prohibited during certain special sessions.
House HF2961 6 03/28/2006 Text icon Dean Legislators' and governor's compensation forfeited upon failure to pass specified budget provisions in a timely manner.
House HF2856 9 03/23/2006 Text icon Wilkin Senior citizens protected from financial exploitation, and annuity transactions regulated.
House HF2833 31 04/26/2006 Text icon Seifert Supplemental state government appropriations funding provided, state and local governmental operations regulated, legislative provisions modified, unfunded mandates moratorium imposed, labor agreements ratified, and money appropriated.
House HF2428 6 05/09/2005 Text icon Howes Minnesota Citizens' Personal Protection Act of 2003 reenacted.
House HF2424 2 04/18/2005 Text icon Cornish Personal Protection Act of 2003 reenacted.
House HF2373 2 04/14/2005 Text icon Zellers Maple Grove hospital construction moratorium exception provided.
House HF2358 5 04/27/2005 Text icon Seifert MFIP monthly cash assistance payments prohibited for use in purchasing tobacco or alcohol.
House HF2269 1 04/04/2005 Text icon Peppin Kindergarten through grade 12 education income tax credit extended to tuition, and tax credit income phaseout modified.
House SF2259 9 05/18/2005 83 Text icon Howes Personal Protection Act of 2003 reenacted with certain amendments, right of self-protection recognized, pistol permit requirements provided, and criminal penalties imposed.
House HF2184 1 03/29/2005 Text icon Dittrich Northwest Regional Curfew Center grant provided, and money appropriated.
House HF2133 8 05/23/2005 145 Text icon Peppin St. Paul; lease of state property at 168 Aurora Avenue in St. Paul as a child care facility authorized.
House HF2012 1 03/21/2005 Text icon Soderstrom Judicial diversion program for drug offenders established, expungement of certain records authorized, and request for proposals for secure chemical dependency treatment facilities issued.
House HF2008 1 03/21/2005 Text icon Peppin Gasoline sales below cost regulation provision repealed.
House HF1948 13 04/10/2006 Text icon Holberg Public school employee usage of public funds and resources to promote or defeat a political candidate or question prohibited.
House HF1921 5 05/23/2005 Text icon Wilkin Medical treatment of minors consent provisions modified, parental access to minor's records authorized, and minor consent agreements provided.
House HF1915 24 03/20/2006 172 Text icon Zellers Maple Grove hospital construction moratorium exemption provided.
House HF1910 1 03/17/2005 Text icon Peppin Independent School District No. 728, Elk River, election authorized to form two separate school districts.
House HF1874 6 03/29/2005 Text icon Peppin Armory boards eligibility extended to military personnel beyond officers.
House HF1848 1 03/16/2005 Text icon Peppin Neglecting a vulnerable adult criminal penalties provided.
House HF1777 1 03/14/2005 Text icon Seifert State-owned vehicles study required, proposal required to outsource certain functions related to vehicles, and money appropriated.
House HF1741 1 03/10/2005 Text icon Thao Group residential housing supplemental rate modified for certain specified facilities.
House HF1661 3 04/07/2005 Text icon Olson Character development education promoted in schools.
House HF1638 1 03/09/2005 Text icon Peppin I-94 and Hennepin County Highway 101 interchange construction funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House SF1622 5 05/23/2005 Text icon Peppin Armory boards eligibility extended to military personnel beyond officers.
House HF1505 9 03/28/2006 Text icon Brod Vaccines containing mercury or mercury compounds prohibited.
House HF1465 3 03/14/2005 Text icon Finstad Long-term care provider liability limited, and medical malpractice insurance report required.
House HF1464 22 04/27/2006 Text icon Dean Medical actions against health care providers expert review regulated, and liability limits provided for certain nongovernment licensees and medical directors.
House SF1405 7 05/18/2005 86 Text icon Peppin Occupational safety and health industrial classification list rulemaking provisions modified.
House HF1357 2 03/17/2005 Text icon Peppin Corporate research tax credit increased, biotechnology credit funding provided, and money appropriated.
House HF1356 2 03/17/2005 Text icon Kohls Corporate research tax credit computation increased.
House HF1338 3 04/13/2005 Text icon Zellers Tobacco product delivery sales regulated.
House HF1322 3 03/23/2005 Text icon Smith Marriage dissolution, child custody and support, maintenance, and property division law recodified and reformed; data classified; and additional procedures clarified.
House HF1273 4 03/29/2005 Text icon Demmer Teacher contract negotiation during school year prohibited and January 15 contract settlement penalty repealed.
House HF1209 2 03/29/2005 Text icon Blaine Vinland Center veterans services grant provided, and money appropriated.
House HF1147 1 02/17/2005 Text icon Peppin State soldiers' assistance fund unexpended appropriation carryforward authorized.
House HF1125 3 03/30/2005 Text icon Wilkin No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act repealed, premium reduction provided, and liability coverage required.
House HF1105 1 02/17/2005 Text icon Seifert State government general legislative and administrative expenses funding provided, and money appropriated.
House HF0967 2 03/14/2005 Text icon Klinzing Classroom contribution refund authorized, and money appropriated.
House HF0966 1 02/10/2005 Text icon Klinzing School admission at younger age permitted.
House HF0952 11 05/11/2005 Text icon Finstad Abortion alternative grants and public information provided, "Positive Alternatives Act" adopted, and money appropriated.
House SF0917 17 05/23/2005 124 Text icon Finstad Abortion alternative grants provided, "Positive Alternatives Act" adopted, and money appropriated.
House HF0892 6 04/14/2005 Text icon DeLaForest Campaign material unauthorized removal prohibited, and penalty provided.
House HF0889 1 02/10/2005 Text icon Vandeveer Tolls on public highways discontinued when original construction costs have been paid, and constitutional amendment proposed.
House HF0888 3 03/29/2005 Text icon Vandeveer Toll collection on a toll facility allowed only until all construction costs of the facility have been paid.
House HF0849 2 02/16/2005 Text icon Zellers Osseo Central Avenue and Jefferson Highway project funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF0836 2 02/10/2005 Text icon Peppin Abortion standard in the state constitution required to match the United States Constitution, and constitutional amendment proposed.
House HF0834 3 04/14/2005 Text icon Dittrich School district authority granted to offer certain rewards to persons who provide information that leads to the apprehension and arrest of a person or persons who have committed a crime against school property, students, or personnel.
House HF0829 4 03/03/2005 Text icon Peppin Shaking infants and young children dangers education provided for parents, primary caregivers, and child care providers.
House HF0783 1 02/03/2005 Text icon Tingelstad Adoption record access provided, and data classification modified.
House HF0773 1 02/03/2005 Text icon Peppin Independent School District No. 883, Rockford, fund transfer authorized.
House HF0728 2 02/10/2005 Text icon Vandeveer Salaries decreased for legislators and constitutional officers.
House HF0664 4 05/23/2005 Text icon Peppin Critical access hospital provisions modified.
House HF0615 9 05/21/2005 Text icon Klinzing Nonprescription pain relief possession by secondary students authorized.
House HF0598 7 03/21/2005 Text icon Peppin Standard industrial classification list rulemaking provisions modified.
House HF0588 13 04/13/2005 Text icon Wilkin Small employer group health coverage flexible benefits plans authorized.
House SF0538 2 05/17/2005 Text icon Peppin Shaking infants and young children; education provided for parents, caregivers, and child care providers on the dangers of shaking infants and children, and money appropriated.
House HF0455 11 05/23/2005 Text icon Cybart National Guard tuition reimbursement grants time period extended for members who have served in active military service.
House HF0336 3 05/21/2006 Text icon DeLaForest English designated as official state language.
House HF0323 2 01/24/2005 Text icon Paulsen Legislative sessions restricted to odd-numbered years.
House HF0317 3 01/27/2005 Text icon Blaine Global War on Terrorism veterans bonus payment provided, bonds issued, and constitutional amendment proposed.
House HF0309 8 04/06/2005 Text icon Zellers Long-term care insurance income taxation credit adjusted.
House HF0272 2 01/24/2005 Text icon Zellers Trunk Highway No. 610 segment completion as a four-lane freeway funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated.
House HF0245 3 01/24/2005 Text icon Peppin Abortion standard in the state constitution required to match the United States Constitution, and constitutional amendment proposed.
House SF0232 6 05/23/2005 126 Text icon Klinzing Nonprescription pain relief use and possession by secondary students authorized.
House HF0227 1 01/13/2005 Text icon Blaine Family planning grant funds use limited to exclude abortion services.
House SF0180 7 04/26/2005 33 Text icon Seifert Parental discretion in classroom placement of children of multiple birth provided.
House HF0130 6 03/17/2005 Text icon Seifert Parent discretion in classroom placement of children of multiple birth authorized.
House HF0116 3 02/10/2005 Text icon Seifert Legislative approval required for certain business rules to take effect.
House HF0020 7 05/04/2005 Text icon Paulsen Organ donation income tax deduction provided.
House HR0012 4 05/04/2005 Text icon Erickson Day of Prayer; a house resolution recognizing May 5, 2005, as a Day of Prayer in Minnesota.
House HF0009 4 02/10/2005 Text icon Wilkin Consumer-driven health plan federal tax conformity provided.
House HF0007 9 01/27/2005 Text icon Holberg Motor vehicle sales tax proceeds dedicated to transportation, dedication phased in over a five-year period, and constitutional amendment proposed.
House HF0006 15 03/31/2005 Text icon Severson Marriage recognized as the union of one man and one woman only, and constitutional amendment proposed.
House HF0005 8 02/10/2005 Text icon Hamilton Basic education formula allowance increased.
House HF0004 4 01/20/2005 Text icon Johnson, J. Methamphetamine precursor drug sales regulated, reporting of suspicious activity authorized, education program for retailers required, criminal penalties increased, violent crime definition expanded, and money appropriated.
House HF0002 7 01/24/2005 Text icon Bradley Consumer-driven health plans and health plan efficiency encouraged, health care cost containment implemented, government mandates reduced, health maintenance organization regulatory authority changed, and malpractice liability reformed.
House HF0001 26 05/23/2005 136 Text icon Smith Omnibus public safety finance bill appropriating money for the courts, Public Safety, and Corrections Departments; providing other law enforcement grants; and requiring life sentences for specified sexual assault crimes.