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21 Documents Found in Legislative Session 92 (2021-2022)
for Authors of "Grossell"

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House HF2502 2 04/12/2021 Text icon O'Neill Criminal sexual conduct provisions modified and clarified, and new crime of sexual extortion created.
House HF2497 2 04/12/2021 Text icon Novotny Professional peace officer education instructors required to have at least five years of experience as a licensed peace officer.
House HF2100 1 03/10/2021 Text icon Grossell Sentencing Guidelines Commission directed to increase ranking for child pornography crimes.
House HF2098 1 03/10/2021 Text icon Grossell Hubbard County; tax-forfeited land sale proceed disposition provided.
House HF1880 1 03/04/2021 Text icon Grossell Remote recreational business forgivable loan program established, report required, and money appropriated.
House HF1873 1 03/04/2021 Text icon Grossell Sentencing Guideline Commission modification of sex offender grid directed.
House HF1581 1 02/25/2021 Text icon Grossell Group family day care child-adult capacity ratio and age distribution restrictions modified.
House HF1580 2 03/01/2021 Text icon Grossell Retired law enforcement officer permitted to carry firearms in schools.
House HF1579 2 03/01/2021 Text icon Grossell COVID-19; executive order violation penalties forgiven for economic hardship grounds established.
House HF1486 2 03/25/2021 Text icon Sundin Wood pellet production financial incentive program established, and money appropriated.
House HF1099 2 02/18/2021 Text icon O'Neill State-sponsored health program fund use for abortion funding limited.
House HF0795 1 02/08/2021 Text icon Grossell Producer compensation for livestock destroyed or crippled by wolves funding provided, and money appropriated.
House HF0263 1 01/21/2021 Text icon Grossell Child protection; grounds restricted that permit reunification of parents and children after the parent sexually abuses the child.
House HF0254 3 02/18/2021 Text icon Lueck Worker Safety and Energy Security Act established, and criminal penalties provided.
House HF0229 7 04/09/2021 Text icon Grossell Sexually explicit materials involving children creation, distribution, and possession penalties increased.
House HF0226 1 01/21/2021 Text icon Grossell Criminal sexual conduct cases stays of adjudication established as departures from the sentencing guidelines, persons subject to stays of adjudication in criminal sexual conduct cases required to register as predatory offenders, and criminal history points required to be assessed against offenders who violate cases for the stayed offense.
House HF0223 1 01/21/2021 Text icon Grossell Courts required to transfer records of stays of adjudication to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension required to share stays of adjudication data with parties requesting background checks, and offenders who receive stays of adjudication for disqualifying offenses prohibited from serving as school bus drivers.
House HF0221 1 01/21/2021 Text icon Grossell Firefighter and medical personnel assault criminal penalties enhanced.
House HF0220 2 02/25/2021 Text icon Grossell Local government unit prohibited from disarming peace officers who are in good standing.
House HF0131 12 03/08/2021 Text icon Demuth Firearms; law on use of force in defense of home and person clarified, Minnesota's self-defense and defense of home laws codified and extended, common law duty to retreat in cases of self-defense outside the home eliminated, boundaries of dwelling expanded for purposes of self-defense, presumption created in the case of a person entering a dwelling or occupied vehicle by stealth or force, and rights available to a person in that person's dwelling extended to a person defending against entry of that person's occupied vehicle.
House HR0003 1 03/11/2021 Text icon Lucero A house resolution providing for the impeachment of Sara Grewing, Assistant Chief Judge of the Second Judicial District of the State of Minnesota, for violating the plain language of the United States Constitution and Minnesota election law.