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                         Laws of Minnesota 1989 

                        CHAPTER 220-H.F.No. 146 
           An act relating to the education code; revising the 
          text of certain chapters of the code without changing 
          their meaning; amending Minnesota Statutes 1988, 
          chapters 128; 128A; 128B; and 129; repealing Minnesota 
          Statutes 1988, sections 128.04; 128.06; 128.069; 
          128A.04; 129.02; and 129.05 to 129.10. 
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: 
    Section 1.  Minnesota Statutes 1988, chapter 128, is 
amended to read: 
 COOK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS DISTRICT 
    [128.009] [CHAPTER APPLIES ONLY TO DISTRICT 166.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [INDEPENDENT DISTRICT.] This chapter 
applies only to the school district in Cook county.  It is an 
independent school district subject to the laws that govern 
independent school districts.  Its official name is independent 
school district No. 166, Cook county. 
    Subd. 2.  [THIS CHAPTER PREVAILS.] This chapter prevails if 
this chapter is inconsistent with a law that governs independent 
school districts. 
    128.01 [COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD; ELECTIONS; TERMS MEMBERS:  
NUMBER, TERM, STAGGERING.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [5 MEMBERS.] The school board of any such 
county district shall consist of board of independent school 
district No. 166 has five members, to be elected at the same 
time and in the same manner as board members in a ten or more 
townships district, but for. 
    Subd. 2.  [4-YEAR TERM FROM JANUARY.] A The term of a 
school board member is four years.  The board of county 
commissioners shall appoint the members of such board within 60 
days following the election at which time the question of 
consolidation was submitted, the length of each term for which 
they are to be appointed being such as to cause the A term of 
three members of the board to expire begins on the Sunday 
preceding the first Monday in January following the next general 
after the election and the term for. 
    Subd. 3.  [STAGGERED ELECTIONS.] Three school board members 
are elected at one state general election and two members to 
expire two years from the Sunday preceding the first Monday in 
January following are elected at the next state general 
election.  The provisions of Laws 1949, chapter 268, shall not 
affect the terms of the school boards of county districts now 
organized.  The school board of the county district shall meet 
within ten days after the appointment by the county board, and 
thereafter as may be necessary, and organize in the same manner 
as independent districts and do whatever business is necessary 
for the best interest of the county district for the ensuing 
school year and thereafter shall organize at the same time as 
boards of county commissioners.  
    128.02 [COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT IS ELECTION DISTRICT.] 
    In independent school district No. 166, each county 
commissioner district, as it may from time to time exist, shall 
constitute is an election district from which shall be elected 
one member of the board.  One school board member is elected 
from each election district. 
    128.03 [MEETINGS AND ORGANIZATION OF BOARD ANNUAL MEETING 
MUST BE IN JANUARY.] 
    The school boards in such districts shall meet and organize 
annually board of independent school district No. 166 must hold 
its annual meeting on, or as soon as practicable within ten days 
after, the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January, or 
as soon thereafter as practicable, but not later than ten days 
after such date.  It shall organize in the same manner as the 
board of an independent school district.  
    Sec. 2.  Minnesota Statutes 1988, chapter 128A, is amended 
to read: 

                 STATE ACADEMIES FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND 
    128A.01 [LOCATION AND STATUS.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [STATE SCHOOLS AT FARIBAULT.] The Minnesota 
state academy for the deaf and the Minnesota state academy for 
the blind shall be located at are residential schools in 
Faribault as residential schools and as a resource center for 
school districts, and shall be grouped and classed with the.  
They are public schools under sections 125.03 and 125.04 and 
state educational institutions of the state. 
    Subd. 2.  [RESOURCE CENTER.] The state academies are a 
resource center for school districts. 
    128A.02 [DUTIES OF STATE BOARD DUTIES AND POWERS OF 
EDUCATION.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [TO MANAGE.] The state board of education 
is responsible for the control, management and administration of 
must manage the Minnesota state academy for the deaf and 
the Minnesota state academy for the blind.  At the request of 
the state board, the department of education shall be 
responsible for program leadership, program monitoring, and 
technical assistance at the academies.  The department shall 
assist the state board in the preparation of reports. 
    Subd. 1a.  By July 1, 1986, the academies shall comply with 
the uniform financial accounting and reporting system under 
sections 121.90 to 121.917, subject to variances developed by 
the advisory council and adopted by the state board. 
    Subd. 2.  [RULES.] The state board shall promulgate must 
adopt rules regarding about the operation of both the 
academies and about the individuals in attendance and shall 
perform all duties attending the academies. 
    Subd. 3.  [MOST BENEFICIAL, LEAST RESTRICTIVE.] The state 
board must do what is necessary to provide the most beneficial 
and least restrictive program of education for each child pupil 
at the academies who is handicapped by visual disability or 
hearing impairment.  The academies shall provide various levels 
of service, as defined in the rules of the state board of 
education, for the pupils.  Developmental needs of the pupils 
shall be addressed by the academies.  The academies shall 
provide opportunities for the pupils to be educated with 
nonhandicapped pupils, according to assessments and individual 
education plans.  
    Subd. 2a. 4.  [PLAN.] (a) The state board shall 
develop must have a two-year plan for the academies and must 
update it annually.  
     (b) The plan shall include at least the following must deal 
with:  
    (1) interagency cooperation; 
    (2) financial accounting; 
    (3) cost efficiencies; 
    (4) staff development; 
    (5) program and curriculum development; 
    (6) use of technical assistance from the department; 
    (7) criteria for program and staff evaluation; 
    (8) pupil performance evaluation; 
    (9) follow-up study of graduates; 
    (10) implementation of the requirements of implementing 
this chapter; 
    (11) communication procedures how to communicate with 
pupils' districts of pupils attending the academies residence; 
and 
    (12) coordination between the coordinating instructional 
and residential programs. 
    (c) The plan may deal with other matters. 
    (d) The state board shall must submit the plan and 
recommendations for improvement of the academies to the 
education committees of the legislature by January 15 of each 
odd-numbered year.  
    Subd. 3.  The state board may employ central administrative 
staffs and other personnel as necessary to provide and support 
programs and services in each academy.  The board shall place 
the position of the residential academy administrator in the 
unclassified service and may place any other position in the 
unclassified service if it meets the criteria established in 
section 43A.08, subdivision 1a.  These academies are deemed to 
be public schools for the purposes of sections 125.03 and 
125.04, and all teachers as defined in those sections who are 
employed at these academies are subject to the standards of the 
board of teaching and the state board of education.  
Instructional supervisory staff shall have appropriate 
post-secondary credits from a teacher education program for 
teachers of the deaf or blind and have experience in working 
with handicapped pupils.  
    Subd. 3a.  All staff employed by the Minnesota state 
academy for the deaf are required to have sign language 
communication skills, as applicable.  Staff employed by the 
Minnesota state academy for the blind must be knowledgeable in 
Braille communication, as applicable.  The department of 
employee relations, in cooperation with the state board, shall 
develop a statement of necessary qualifications and skills for 
all staff.  An employee hired after August 1, 1985 shall not 
attain permanent status until the employee is proficient in sign 
language communication skills or is knowledgeable in Braille 
communication, as applicable. 
    Subd. 4.  The state board may enter into contracts with 
other public and private agencies and institutions to provide 
residential and building maintenance services if it determines 
that these services could thus be provided in a more efficient 
and less expensive manner.  The state board may also enter into 
contracts with public and private agencies and institutions, 
school districts, educational cooperative service units, and 
counties to provide respite care and supplementary educational 
instruction and services, including assessments and counseling. 
    Subd. 5.  The state board of education may by agreement 
with teacher preparing institutions or accredited institutions 
of higher education arrange for practical experience in the 
Minnesota state academy for the deaf and the Minnesota state 
academy for the blind for practice or student teachers, or for 
other students engaged in fields of study which prepare 
professionals to provide special services to handicapped 
children in school programs, who have completed not less than 
two years of an approved program in their respective fields.  
These student trainees shall be provided with appropriate 
supervision by a teacher licensed by the board of teaching or by 
a professional licensed or registered in the appropriate field 
of special services and shall be deemed employees of either 
academy, as applicable, for purposes of workers' compensation. 
    Subd. 6.  The rules of the state board pursuant to this 
section shall establish procedures for admission to, including 
short-term admission, and discharge from the academies, for 
decisions on a child's program at the academies and for 
evaluation of the progress of children enrolled in the 
academies.  Discharge procedures must include reasonable notice 
to the district of residence.  These procedures shall guarantee 
children and their parents appropriate procedural safeguards, 
including a review of the placement determination made pursuant 
to sections 120.17 and 128A.05, and the right to participate in 
educational program decisions.  Notwithstanding the provisions 
of section 14.02, proceedings concerning admission to and 
discharge from the academies, a child's program at the academies 
and a child's progress at the academies shall not be deemed to 
be contested cases subject to sections 14.01 to 14.69 but shall 
be governed instead by the rules of the state board pursuant to 
this section.  
    Subd. 5.  [ADVISORY COUNCIL.] The state board must have, 
and appoint members to, an advisory council on management 
policies at the state academies.  
    Subd. 6.  [TRUSTEE OF ACADEMIES' PROPERTY.] The state board 
is the trustee of the academies' property.  Securities and 
money, including income from the property, must be deposited in 
the state treasury according to section 16A.275.  The deposits 
are subject to the order of the state board.  
    128A.021 [RESOURCE CENTER FOR THE HEARING-IMPAIRED: HEARING 
AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [ALSO FOR MULTIPLY HANDICAPPED.] A resource 
center for the hearing-impaired, visually impaired, and multiply 
handicapped pupils is established at the Minnesota state academy 
for the deaf and the Minnesota state academy for the blind 
academies. 
    Subd. 2.  [PROGRAMS.] The resource center shall must 
offer such programs as summer institutes and like programs 
throughout the state for hearing-impaired, visually impaired, 
and multiply handicapped pupils in various regions of the 
state,.  The resource center must also offer workshops for 
teachers, and leadership development for teachers. 
    Programs A program offered through the resource center 
shall must promote and develop education programs offered by 
school districts and or other organizations and shall provide 
assistance to.  The program must assist school districts and or 
other organizations in developing to develop innovative programs.
    Subd. 3.  [PROGRAMS BY NONPROFITS.] The resource center may 
contract with to have nonprofit organizations to provide 
programs through the resource center. 
    Subd. 4.  [ADVISORY COUNCIL.] The advisory council for the 
academies shall serve as is the advisory council for the 
resource center. 
    [128A.022] [POWERS OF STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [PERSONNEL.] The state board of education 
may employ central administrative staff members and other 
personnel necessary to provide and support programs and services 
in each academy.  
    Subd. 2.  [GET HELP FROM DEPARTMENT.] The state board may 
require the department of education to provide program 
leadership, program monitoring, and technical assistance at the 
academies.  
    Subd. 3.  [UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS.] The state board may 
place any position other than residential academies 
administrator in the unclassified service.  The position must 
meet the criteria in section 43A.08, subdivision 1a.  
    Subd. 4.  [RESIDENTIAL AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE SERVICES.] 
The state board may enter into agreements with public or private 
agencies or institutions to provide residential and building 
maintenance services.  The state board must first decide that 
contracting for the services is more efficient and less 
expensive than not contracting for them.  
    Subd. 5.  [EDUCATION SUPPLEMENTS AND RESPITE CARE.] The 
state board may enter into agreements for respite care and 
supplemental educational instruction and services, including 
assessments and counseling.  The agreements may be with public 
or private agencies or institutions, school districts, 
educational cooperative service units, or counties.  
    Subd. 6.  [STUDENT TEACHERS AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINEES.] (a) 
The state board may enter into agreements with teacher-preparing 
institutions for student teachers to get practical experience at 
the academies.  A licensed teacher must provide appropriate 
supervision of each student teacher.  
    (b) The state board may enter into agreements with 
accredited higher education institutions for certain student 
trainees to get practical experience at the academies.  The 
students must be preparing themselves in a professional field 
that provides special services to handicapped children in school 
programs.  To be a student trainee in a field, a person must 
have completed at least two years of an approved program in the 
field.  A person who is licensed or registered in the field must 
provide appropriate supervision of each student trainee.  
    Subd. 7.  [UFARS VARIANCES.] The state board may adopt 
variances from the Uniform Financial Accounting and Reporting 
System (UFARS) developed by the UFARS advisory council for the 
academies.  
    [128A.023] [DUTIES OF STATE DEPARTMENTS.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.] The department 
of education must assist the state board of education in 
preparing reports on the academies.  
    Subd. 2.  [DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYEE RELATIONS.] The 
department of employee relations, in cooperation with the state 
board of education, must develop a statement of necessary 
qualifications and skills for all staff members of the academies.
    [128A.024] [OBLIGATIONS OF THE ACADEMIES.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [UFARS WITH VARIANCES.] The state academies 
must use the Uniform Financial Accounting and Reporting System 
(UFARS) described in sections 121.90 to 121.917.  The UFARS 
advisory council may develop variances for the academies for 
consideration by the state board of education.  
    Subd. 2.  [VARIOUS LEVELS OF SERVICE.] The academies must 
provide their pupils with the levels of service defined in state 
board rules.  
    Subd. 3.  [PUPILS' DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS.] The academies must 
deal with the developmental needs of their pupils.  
    Subd. 4.  [EDUCATION WITH NONHANDICAPPED PUPILS.] The 
academies must provide opportunities for their pupils to be 
educated with nonhandicapped pupils.  A pupil's opportunities 
must be consistent with the pupil's individual education plan 
and assessment.  
    [128A.025] [STAFF OF THE ACADEMIES.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [ACADEMIES' ADMINISTRATOR.] The position of 
the residential academies' administrator is in the unclassified 
service.  
    Subd. 2.  [TEACHER STANDARDS.] A teacher at the academies 
is subject to the standards of the board of teaching and the 
state board of education.  
    Subd. 3.  [INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISORS.] An instructional 
supervisor at the academy for the deaf or the academy for the 
blind must have appropriate post-secondary credits from a 
teacher education program for teachers of the deaf or teachers 
of the blind, respectively.  An instructional supervisor must 
have experience working with handicapped pupils.  
    Subd. 4.  [SIGNING SKILLS.] A staff member at the academy 
for the deaf must have the sign language communication skills 
appropriate for the staff member's job.  
    Subd. 5.  [BRAILLE SKILLS.] A staff member at the academy 
for the blind must be knowledgeable in Braille communication as 
appropriate for the staff member's job.  
    Subd. 6.  [PERMANENT EMPLOYEES MUST SIGN OR KNOW 
BRAILLE.] An employee hired after August 1, 1985, cannot get 
permanent status until the employee is proficient in sign 
language if employed at the academy for the deaf or 
knowledgeable in Braille if employed at the academy for the 
blind.  
    Subd. 7.  [WORKERS' COMPENSATION FOR TRAINEES.] Student 
teachers and student trainees are employees of the academies for 
workers' compensation coverage.  
    [128A.026] [STATE BOARD RULES.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [SUBJECTS.] The rules of the state board of 
education authorized in section 128A.02 must establish 
procedures for:  
    (1) admission, including short-term admission, to the 
academies; 
    (2) discharge from the academies; 
    (3) decisions on a pupil's program at the academies; and 
    (4) evaluation of a pupil's progress at the academies.  
    Subd. 2.  [MINIMUM CONTENT.] The discharge procedures must 
include reasonable notice to the child's district of residence.  
The procedures set out in the rules must guarantee a pupil and 
the pupil's parent or guardian appropriate safeguards.  The 
safeguards must include a review of the placement determination 
made under sections 120.17 and 128A.05 and the right to 
participate in educational program decisions.  
    Subd. 3.  [NOT CONTESTED CASE.] A proceeding about 
admission to or discharge from the academies or about a pupil's 
program or progress at the academies is not a contested case 
under section 14.02.  The proceeding is governed instead by the 
rules of the state board described in this section.  
    128A.03 [ACADEMIES' ADVISORY COUNCIL ON MANAGEMENT 
POLICIES.] 
    Subdivision 1.  The state board of education shall appoint 
an advisory council on the Minnesota state academy for the deaf 
and Minnesota state academy for the blind to advise the board on 
policies pertaining to the control, management, and 
administration of these academies. 
    Subd. 2.  [MEMBERS.] The members shall be representative of 
the various advisory council to the state academies must have 
geographic regions of the state, shall include balance.  The 
council must include some parents or guardians of children who 
are visually disabled or and some parents or guardians of 
children who are hearing-impaired children, shall include.  The 
council must have a staff representative of the applicable 
member from each academy, and shall include two 
representatives.  The council must have one representative from 
groups representing the interests of the visually disabled or 
and one from groups representing the interests of the 
hearing-impaired individuals, as applicable.  All members shall 
Each member of the advisory council must have knowledge, of, and 
experience and interest in, the problems of visually disabled or 
hearing-impaired children. 
    Subd. 3. 2.  [TERMS, PAY, REMOVAL, EXPIRATION.] The terms, 
compensation pay, and provisions for removal of council members, 
and for the expiration of the council shall be as provided are 
in section 15.059, subdivisions 2, 3, 4, and 5.  
    128A.05 [ATTENDANCE ADMISSION STANDARDS.] 
    Subdivision 1.  Any individual who is deaf or hearing 
impaired is entitled to attend the Minnesota state academy for 
the deaf if it is determined, pursuant to the provisions of 
section 120.17, that the nature or severity of the hearing 
impairment is such that education in regular or special 
education classes provided for by the school district of 
residence cannot be achieved satisfactorily and that attendance 
at the academy would be the least restrictive alternative for 
that individual.  A deaf or hearing impaired child also may be 
admitted to acquire socialization skills.  Short-term admission 
for skills development is also permitted.  Nothing in this 
subdivision shall be construed as a limitation on the attendance 
at this academy of children who have other handicaps in addition 
to being deaf or hearing impaired. 
    Subd. 2.  Any individual who is visually impaired, 
blind-deaf, or multiple handicapped is entitled to attend the 
Minnesota state academy for the blind if it is determined, 
pursuant to the provisions of section 120.17, that the nature or 
severity of the visual impairment is such that education in 
regular or special education classes provided for by the school 
district of residence cannot be achieved satisfactorily and that 
attendance at the academy would be the least restrictive 
alternative for that individual.  A visually impaired child may 
be admitted to acquire socialization skills.  Short-term 
admission for skills development is also permitted.  Nothing in 
this subdivision shall be construed as a limitation on the 
attendance at this academy of children who have other handicaps 
in addition to being blind or visually impaired. 
    Subdivision 1.  [TWO KINDS.] There are two kinds of 
admission to the academies.  
    (a) A pupil who is deaf or hearing-impaired may be admitted 
to the academy for the deaf.  A pupil who is visually impaired, 
blind-deaf, or multiply handicapped may be admitted to the 
academy for the blind.  For a pupil to be admitted, two 
decisions must be made under section 120.17. 
    (1) It must be decided by the individual education planning 
team that education in regular or special education classes in 
the pupil's district of residence cannot be achieved 
satisfactorily because of the nature and severity of the hearing 
or visual impairment respectively. 
    (2) It must be decided by the individual education planning 
team that the academy provides the most appropriate placement 
within the least restrictive alternative for the pupil.  
    (b) A deaf or hearing-impaired child or a visually impaired 
pupil may be admitted to get socialization skills or on a 
short-term basis for skills development.  
    Subd. 2.  [MULTIPLY HANDICAPPED.] This section does not 
prevent a pupil with handicaps in addition to being 
    (1) deaf or hearing-impaired, or 
    (2) blind or visually impaired 
from attending the academy for the deaf or the academy for the 
blind, respectively.  
    Subd. 3.  [OUT-OF-STATE ADMISSIONS.] An applicant from 
another state who can benefit from attending either academy may 
be admitted to the academy if the admission does not prevent an 
eligible Minnesota resident from being admitted.  The 
commissioner of education must get reimbursed from the other 
state for the costs of the out-of-state admission.  The 
commissioner may make an agreement with the appropriate 
authority in the other state to get reimbursed.  Money received 
from another state must be paid to the state treasurer and 
deposited by the treasurer in the general fund.  
    Subd. 3 4.  [COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE.] Attendance at the 
Minnesota state academy for the deaf and the Minnesota state 
academy for the blind is subject to The compulsory attendance 
provisions of section 120.10 except that 120.101 apply to 
attendance at the academies.  Attendance may be excused pursuant 
to under that section by the commissioner of education or a 
designee.  Any A person failing who fails to comply with the 
provisions of section 120.10 120.101 is subject to the 
provisions of section 120.12 120.103.  The superintendent of the 
applicable academy shall academies' administrator must exercise 
the duties imposed on a superintendent by section 120.12 
120.103.  Attendance at the Minnesota state academy for the deaf 
or the Minnesota state academy for the blind shall fulfill 
fulfills the mandatory requirements of section 120.17.  The 
academies are subject to sections 127.26 to 127.39, the pupil 
fair dismissal act of 1970, as amended. 
    128A.07 [EXPENSE OF PUPILS.] 
    Any individual attending the Minnesota state academy for 
the deaf or the Minnesota state academy for the blind shall be 
provided, by the person legally liable for the pupil's support, 
with sufficient funds to furnish the pupil with proper clothing, 
postage, and necessary incidental expenses.  If the person 
legally liable for the pupil's support is unable to make these 
provisions, the county welfare board of the county of which the 
pupil is a resident shall pay to the superintendent of the 
pupil's school a sum to be fixed by the commissioner of 
education pursuant to rules promulgated by the state board.  In 
addition, the school district of residence shall be liable for 
the actual transportation of the pupil to and from the school. 
    Applicants from other states who can benefit by being 
enrolled may be accepted so long as acceptance does not preclude 
acceptance of an eligible Minnesota resident.  The commissioner 
of education shall obtain reimbursement from other states for 
the costs incurred in connection with nonresidents accepted and 
may contract with the appropriate authorities of other states to 
effect reimbursement.  All money received from other states 
shall be paid to the state treasurer and placed in the general 
fund. 
    Subdivision 1.  [PAID BY ONE LIABLE FOR SUPPORT.] The 
person who is liable for the support of a pupil attending a 
state academy must provide the pupil with enough money for 
proper clothing, postage, and necessary incidental expenses.  
    Subd. 2.  [COUNTY WELFARE BOARD.] If the person liable for 
support of a pupil cannot support the pupil, the welfare board 
of the county of the pupil's residence must do so.  The 
commissioner of education must decide how much the welfare board 
must pay.  The state board of education must adopt rules that 
tell how the commissioner is to fix the amount.  The welfare 
board must make the payment to the superintendent of the school 
district of residence.  
    Subd. 3.  [TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES.] The school district of 
residence must pay for the transportation of the pupil from the 
pupil's residence to the academy and back. 
    128A.09 [SERVICE, SEMINAR, AND CONFERENCE FEES; 
APPROPRIATIONS.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [DEPOSIT; CREDIT TO ACADEMIES' REVOLVING 
FUND.] Fees and rental income, excluding rent for land and 
living residences, collected by the academies for services, 
seminars, and conferences must be deposited in the state 
treasury and.  A deposit must be credited to the revolving fund 
of the academies. 
    Subd. 2.  [ADMINISTRATOR'S VOUCHERS NEED VOUCHER TO SPEND.] 
Payment may be made from the revolving fund only according to 
vouchers by voucher authorized by the administrator of the 
academies. 
    Subd. 3.  [ANNUAL APPROPRIATION.] Money in the revolving 
fund is annually appropriated annually to the academies to 
defray expenses of the services, seminars, and conferences. 
    Sec. 3.  Minnesota Statutes 1988, chapter 128B, is amended 
to read: 
 PINE POINT EXPERIMENTAL SCHOOL IN BECKER COUNTY 
    128B.01 [RUN AS K-8 PUBLIC SCHOOL BY TRIBAL COUNCIL.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [RUN BY TRIBAL COUNCIL.] The care, 
management, and control of the experimental school in 
independent school district No. 309, Park Rapids, is vested in 
the White Earth reservation tribal council manages the Pine 
Point experimental school in independent school district No. 
309, Park Rapids. 
    Subd. 2.  [FOR K-8 PUPILS.] The school is for pupils in 
kindergarten through grade 8. 
    Subd. 3.  [INDIAN EDUCATION COMMITTEE.] The Indian 
education committee shall serve serves in an advisory capacity 
to the White Earth reservation tribal council and.  The 
committee may exercise the powers or and perform the duties 
delegated to it by the White Earth reservation tribal council.  
    Subd. 4.  [COMMITTEE DEFINED.] For purposes of this 
chapter, except in subdivision 3, "committee"  means the White 
Earth reservation tribal council. 
    Subd. 5. 4.  [LIKE SCHOOL BOARD.] The committee council 
shall superintend and manage the experimental school;, adopt, 
modify, or repeal rules for its organization, government 
operation and for instruction and for the keeping of registers;, 
and prescribe textbooks and courses of study. 
    Subd. 6. 5.  [PUBLIC SCHOOL; COURSE STANDARDS.] 
Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, The experimental school 
shall be considered is a public school.  The courses of 
study shall must meet the standards for similar courses of study 
available in the other public schools of this state. 
    128B.02 [TERMS OF OFFICERS; ELECTIONS; VOTING.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [TERMS.] The term of office for an officer 
of the Indian education committee shall be is three years and 
until a successor qualifies. 
    Subd. 2.  [SECTION 123.11 ON ELECTIONS.] Elections The 
election of committee officers shall must be held in accordance 
with the applicable provisions of according to section 123.11. 
    Subd. 3.  [WHO CAN VOTE.] Any A qualified voter residing on 
the land comprising who resides within former independent school 
district No. 25 shall be entitled to may vote at such an 
election of committee officers. 
    Subd. 4.  [DISTRICT 309 ELECTIONS.] Nothing contained in 
This chapter shall be construed to does not prohibit any a 
qualified voter residing in the area comprising who resides 
within former independent school district No. 25 
from participating voting in the elections of an election in 
independent school district No. 309. 
    128B.03 [FINANCES, INSURANCE, TRANSPORTATION.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [CANNOT BOND, TAX, BORROW.] Nothing 
contained in This chapter shall be construed to authorize does 
not allow the committee council to issue bonds, levy taxes, or 
borrow funds in its behalf money. 
    Subd. 2.  [MAY GET FEDERAL AID.] The White Earth 
reservation tribal council is eligible to council may receive 
federal aid to Indians pursuant according to section 124.64. 
    Subd. 3.  [DISTRICT 309 STATE AID.] The school board of 
independent school district No. 309 shall must transfer to the 
committee council all state aids, grants, and refunds earned and 
received by reason because of the pupils actually attending the 
experimental school established by this chapter. 
    Subd. 4.  [DISTRICT 309 FEDERAL AID.] The school board of 
independent school district No. 309 shall must transfer to the 
committee council, to the extent permissible, any federal aids 
or grants to which such the school district may be is eligible 
for or entitled by reason to because of: 
     (1) the population in the experimental school attendance 
area,; 
    (2) the pupils actually attending the experimental school,; 
    (3) the program of the experimental school,; 
    (4) the boundaries of the attendance area of the 
experimental school; or for any 
     (5) a related reason related thereto. 
    Subd. 5.  [AUDITS; STATE AUDITOR LAW.] The committee shall 
cause council must have an audit to be made done annually 
of all the accounts of the experimental school which shall.  The 
audit must be completed finished within one year 
following after the year for which the audit is made.  In all 
respects, The committee shall be council is subject to the 
provisions of chapter 6, relating to the state auditor. 
    Subd. 6.  [TREASURER'S BOND.] The treasurer of such 
committee shall the council must give a corporate surety bond to 
the state in an amount, the school board of independent school 
district No. 309 must set the amount of the bond.  The amount 
must be sufficient to protect the interest of the school 
district as set by the board of independent school district No. 
309. 
    Subd. 7.  [INSURANCE.] The committee council may procure 
buy the insurance specified in sections 123.35, subdivision 13, 
and 123.41.  The committee shall purchase council must buy 
insurance to the extent required by chapter 466 and shall is not 
be liable beyond the extent provided by section 466.12, 
subdivision 3a.  The term "average number of pupils" as set out 
in section 466.12, subdivision 3a shall mean means, for the 
purposes of this section subdivision, the average number of 
pupils attending the experimental school. 
    Subd. 8.  [TRANSPORTATION.] To the extent permitted by 
statute, the school board of independent school district No. 309 
shall remain is responsible for providing transportation for 
independent school district No. 309. 
    128B.04 [ALL PUPILS IN AREA ARE RESIDENT PUPILS.] 
    Any kindergarten through 8th grade For chapter 120, a pupil 
residing in kindergarten through 8th grade who resides within 
the defined boundaries of former independent school district No. 
25 shall be considered is a resident pupil of the experimental 
school attendance area, as if the experimental school area were 
a school district, for purposes of chapter 120. 
    128B.05 [EMPLOYEES; APPROPRIATE UNIT; INDIAN INSTRUCTORS.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [HIRING.] The committee shall council must 
employ necessary teachers in accordance with according to 
section 125.12 and may employ other necessary personnel.  
    Subd. 2.  [COMMITTEE COUNCIL TEACHERS ARE UNIT.] Teachers 
employed by the committee shall be council are employees of the 
experimental school and shall constitute are an "appropriate 
unit" or a "unit" for the purposes of under chapter 179A, 
notwithstanding the provisions of section 179A.03, subdivision 2.
    Subd. 3.  [DISTRICT 309 TEACHERS.] Teachers employed by the 
school board of independent school district No. 309 and who are 
assigned by the board to the school designated as the 
experimental school shall remain employees of the board. 
    Subd. 4.  [INDIAN CULTURE INSTRUCTORS.] The committee shall 
have the authority to council may employ instructors in the area 
of Indian culture.  Notwithstanding the provisions of chapter 
125, or any rule of the state board relating to license 
requirements, said The instructors need not be licensed by the 
state board.  For all other purposes, said the instructors shall 
be deemed to be are "teachers" as defined by section 125.03, 
subdivision 1. 
    128B.06 [EDUCATION THIS CHAPTER PREVAILS OVER CODE, 
INDEPENDENT OR DISTRICT LAW GOVERN.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [EDUCATION CODE.] Except as otherwise 
provided by this chapter, The care, management, and operation of 
the experimental school by the committee shall be governed in 
accordance with the provisions of council is governed by the 
education code, as defined by section 120.01, and any other 
statutes law affecting public school districts. 
    Subd. 2.  [INDEPENDENT DISTRICT LAW.] Unless otherwise 
provided in this chapter, the committee shall council must 
operate pursuant according to statutes governing independent 
school districts. 
    Subd. 3.  [THIS CHAPTER PREVAILS.] If there is a conflict 
between the code or other law and this chapter, this chapter 
prevails. 
    128B.07 [PRETRANSFER OBLIGATIONS STAY WITH DISTRICT 309.] 
    All legally valid and enforceable claims and A claim 
against, or a contract obligations entered into by obligation 
of, the school board of independent school district No. 309 
prior to arising before the effective date of the transfer to 
the committee shall remain council remains the obligations 
responsibility of independent school district No. 309. 
    128B.08 [REPORTS TO LEGISLATURE.] 
    Prior to Before December 1 of each year the committee shall 
council must submit a report to the legislature a report of on 
the experimental school established by this chapter.  Such The 
report shall must document the success or failure of the 
experimental school. 
    128B.09 [TERMINATION, END OF EXPERIMENT; TRANSFER BACK TO 
DISTRICT 309.] 
    At any time before July 1, 1989, The experimental status of 
the school may be terminated upon ended on unanimous vote of the 
officers of the committee council and 30 days days' notice to 
the school board of independent school district No. 309, 
whereupon.  Then the school board of independent school district 
No. 309 shall must resume the care, management, and control of 
the entire district on the next July 1 following. 
    128B.10 [REPEALER.] 
    This chapter is repealed July 1, 1989. 
    Sec. 4.  Minnesota Statutes 1988, chapter 129, is amended 
to read: 
 SCHOOL BOARDS; MISCELLANEOUS POWERS
 LAND EXCHANGES; BORDER AGREEMENTS;
 STATE HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE
 LAND EXCHANGES BY DISTRICTS IN CHIPPEWA FOREST
    129.03 [TAX-FORFEITED LANDS, ACQUISITION EXCHANGE TAX LAND 
FOR U.S. PROPERTY IN DISTRICT.] 
    (a) This section applies to school districts that are 
partly or fully within the Chippewa National Forest. 
    (b) Any The school board of a school district is authorized 
to acquire by action of its school board, without authorization 
by the voters of the school district, tax-forfeited lands for 
the purpose of exchanging such lands may acquire tax-forfeited 
land to exchange it with the federal government for real or 
personal federal property, real or personal situated within the 
boundaries of in the school district.  
    129.04 [VALIDATION PRE-1955 CONVEYANCE IS VALID.] 
    The acquisition heretofore by any school district of 
tax-forfeited lands for the purpose of exchanging such lands 
with the federal government for federal property, real or 
personal, situated within the boundaries of the school district 
is ratified and approved and the conveyance of the title of the 
state of Minnesota to any such tax-forfeited land to a school 
district is validated and confirmed.  If, before February 20, 
1955, the state conveyed title to tax-forfeited land to a school 
district described in section 129.03 to exchange for federal 
property in the district, the conveyance is valid.  
 AGREEMENTS BY DISTRICTS ON STATE BORDER
    129.11 [AGREEMENTS WITH DISTRICTS DISTRICT IN OTHER 
STATES BORDERING STATE.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [TO BUILD, RUN SCHOOL JOINTLY.] The school 
board of any a school district with boundaries 
adjoining bordering another state may enter into an agreement 
and contract with the school board of a school district in such 
adjoining the other state to provide for the joint erection, 
operation and maintenance of erect, operate, and maintain school 
facilities for both districts upon such terms and conditions as 
may be mutually agreed upon between such districts in accordance 
with the provisions of jointly. 
    Subd. 1a.  [COMPLY WITH THIS SECTION.] The agreement must 
comply with this section. 
    Subd. 2.  [COMMISSIONER TO SET TERMS, APPROVE.] An The 
agreement proposed for adoption by a school board under this 
section shall must be in the form and contain such the terms 
as may be prescribed by the Minnesota commissioner of 
education from time to time by in a published order and no.  An 
agreement shall cannot be submitted to a referendum by the 
people under subdivision 3 unless it has first been approved 
by until the commissioner of education in writing has approved 
it by endorsement thereon on its face. 
    Subd. 3.  [REFERENDUM.] An approved The endorsed agreement 
shall must be submitted in the manner provided by law to the 
electorate voters of the school district.  The referendum may be 
held at a special election called for the purpose or at an 
annual election in the manner provided by law.  
    Subd. 3a.  [BALLOT LANGUAGE.] The question on the ballot at 
such election shall be These words or words with the same effect 
must be on the ballot: 
    "Shall the proposed agreement between this Your school 
district and proposes to make an agreement with school district 
number ..... in ..... county, state of ..... as approved by to 
erect, operate, and maintain school facilities jointly.  The 
Minnesota commissioner of education by endorsement dated ..... 
be executed approves of the agreement.  Do you approve of the 
agreement? 
    YES ..... 
    NO ......" 
    Subd. 4.  [FACILITIES IN EITHER STATE.] Facilities erected 
and maintained pursuant to under the terms of the agreement may 
be located in either Minnesota or such adjoining the other 
state. 
    Subd. 5.  [BORROWER BORROW, TAX, ISSUE BONDS.] To do what 
the agreement calls for, the Minnesota school district entering 
such making the agreement may borrow money, levy taxes and, 
issue bonds, and use the proceeds thereof in accordance with and 
subject to the limitations of of the bonds.  Chapter 475 for 
purposes of the agreement must be followed. 

                        STATE HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE 
    129.121 [STATE HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE FORM, MAKEUP, DELEGATION, 
BOARD MEMBERSHIP.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATION.] The governing 
board of any high school may delegate the control, supervision, 
and regulation of interscholastic athletics and other 
extracurricular activities referred to in section 123.38 to The 
Minnesota state high school league, is a nonprofit incorporated 
corporation that is a voluntary association of high 
schools.  Membership in said Minnesota state high school A high 
school that is a school under section 120.101, subdivision 4, 
may be a member of the league.  The league shall be composed of 
such Minnesota is made up of high schools whose governing boards 
have certified in writing to delegated their control of 
extracurricular activities, as described in section 123.38, 
subdivision 2b, to the league.  The delegation is made when the 
governing board files a certificate of delegation with the state 
commissioner of education that they have elected to delegate the 
control, supervision, and regulation of their interscholastic 
athletic events and other extracurricular activities to said 
league. 
    Subd. 2.  [POWER TO DELEGATE TO, PAY FOR, LEAGUE.] The 
governing board of a high school may delegate its control of 
extracurricular activities to the league.  A school board may 
spend money for, and pay dues to, the league. 
     Subd. 3.  [LEAGUE POWER TO CONTROL.] The Minnesota state 
high school league is hereby empowered to exercise the may 
control, supervision, and regulation of interscholastic 
athletics, musical, dramatic, and other contests by and between 
pupils of the Minnesota high schools, that are delegated to it 
pursuant to under this section.  The Minnesota high school 
league may establish a policy or guidelines for the guidance of 
member high schools in the formation or alteration of athletic 
or other extracurricular conferences.  Except as otherwise 
provided by subdivision 1a, the formation or alteration of 
conferences is voluntary. 
    Subd. 4.  [BOARD.] (a) The league must have a 21-member 
governing board. 
     (1) The commissioner of education, or the commissioner's 
representative, shall be an ex officio is a nonvoting member of 
the governing body of the Minnesota state high school 
league.  The governing board must include the following members: 
     (2) The governor must appoint four members of the public, 
at least one of whom must be an American Indian, Asian, Black, 
or Hispanic, and all of whom must be parents, appointed by the 
governor under according to section 15.0597; two members of.  
Each of the four appointees must be a parent.  At least one of 
them must be an American Indian, an Asian, a Black, or a 
Hispanic. 
    (3) The Minnesota association of secondary school 
principals selected by the association; and must appoint two of 
its members. 
    (4) The remaining 14 members selected must be selected 
according to league bylaws.  The board shall establish and adopt 
policies, make decisions on behalf of the league, and establish 
advisory committees necessary to carry out board functions.  
     (b) The terms, compensation, removal of members, and the 
filling of membership vacancies are governed by section 
15.0575.  Members of advisory committees shall be reimbursed 
only for expenses in the same manner as board members. 
    [129.122] [DUTIES OF LEAGUE BOARD, RULES.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [DECISIONS, POLICIES, ADVISORY COMMITTEES.] 
The board shall establish and adopt policies, make decisions on 
behalf of the league, and establish advisory committees 
necessary to carry out board functions. 
    Subd. 2.  [CRITERIA FOR CONFERENCE ARRANGEMENTS.] The board 
must develop criteria for the league to use when it is asked to 
arrange for membership in an interscholastic conference by a 
league member under section 129.124.  The league must give 
notice and an opportunity for league members to be heard before 
adopting the criteria.  The criteria must include, at least, the 
distance to be traveled by competing schools, the relative 
enrollments of the schools, and the comparability of 
extracurricular activities in the schools. 
    Subd. 3.  [RULES.] The rules of the league shall be are 
exempt from the provisions of sections 14.02, 14.04 to 14.36, 
14.38, 14.44 to 14.45, and 14.57 to 14.62. 
    [129.123] [EXPENSE LIMITS.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [EMPLOYEE EXPENSES.] Employees of the 
league shall may be reimbursed only for expenses as authorized 
by the commissioner's plan for state employees adopted under 
section 43A.18, subdivision 2. 
    Subd. 2.  [NO CREDIT CARDS.] The league is specifically 
prohibited from having cannot have credit cards. 
    Subd. 3.  [DIRECTOR'S EXPENSE ACCOUNT.] The executive 
director of the league shall may have a department head expense 
account.  The account is subject to the same limits and 
guidelines as those provided the same account for the 
commissioner of education.  The executive director shall 
expend may spend money for entertainment or reimbursement of to 
entertain from this account only.  The executive director may 
reimburse the expenses of guests of the league only from this 
account only. 
    Subd. 4.  [ADVISORY COMMITTEE PAY.] A member of an advisory 
committee may be paid for expenses only.  The only way the 
expenses may be reimbursed is in the same way board members' 
expenses are reimbursed. 
    Subd. 5.  [AUTO POLICY.] The board shall establish must 
have a policy on the use of automobiles by league staff and 
shall.  The board must show annually how league the policy on 
the use of automobiles is the most cost-effective alternative 
available. 
    [129.124] [ARRANGING INTERSCHOLASTIC CONFERENCE 
MEMBERSHIP.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [POLICY.] The league may establish a policy 
to guide member high schools in forming or altering 
interscholastic conferences. 
    Subd. 1a.  [REQUEST.] The league shall arrange membership 
for schools in athletic or other extracurricular conferences to 
the extent and in the manner provided by this subdivision.  
After notice and an opportunity for participation by league 
members at a public hearing, the league shall develop criteria 
to arrange membership in athletic or other extracurricular 
conferences for schools that make a written request pursuant to 
this subdivision.  The criteria shall include, at least, the 
distance to be traveled by competing schools, the relative 
enrollments of the schools, and the comparability of athletic or 
other extracurricular activities in the schools. 
    Within 90 days after receiving a written request from a 
member high school, the league shall, following the criteria 
developed pursuant to this subdivision, arrange membership in an 
athletic or other extracurricular conference for any high school 
that (1) lacks membership in a conference because of involuntary 
exclusion from a conference or because of the dissolution of a 
conference and (2) has made its own good faith attempts for at 
least 180 days to obtain membership in a conference.  The 180 
days run from the date of the member school's first written 
request to join or rejoin a conference.  When arranging 
conference membership for a school, the league shall notify the 
school seeking membership and all schools already in a proposed 
conference that, upon request of a notified school, a public 
hearing on the proposed conference membership will be held in a 
timely manner.  The school seeking conference membership and the 
schools already in a proposed conference are bound by the 
league's final decision under this subdivision on a matter of 
conference membership A league member high school that is not in 
a conference may ask the league to arrange membership for the 
league member in an interscholastic conference. 
    Subd. 2.  [REASON NOT IN CONFERENCE.] The reason the member 
is not in a conference must be:  (1) the conference was 
dissolved, or (2) the member was involuntarily excluded. 
    Subd. 3.  [PREREQUISITE:  180-DAY GOOD FAITH 
EFFORT.] Before asking the league to arrange membership, the 
school must make a good faith attempt over at least 180 days to 
join a conference.  The 180 days run from the date of the 
school's first written request to join or rejoin a conference. 
    Subd. 4.  [LEAGUE DEADLINE:  90 DAYS.] The league must 
arrange the conference membership within 90 days after receiving 
a timely written request from a league member high school. 
    Subd. 5.  [MUST USE CRITERIA.] The league must follow its 
criteria in arranging the conference membership. 
    Subd. 6.  [RIGHT TO HEARING, NOTICE.] (a) The requesting 
school or a high school already in the conference that is the 
subject of the proposed arrangement may request a timely public 
hearing on the proposed arrangement. 
    (b) The league must notify the schools mentioned in 
paragraph (a) of the right to a hearing. 
    Subd. 7.  [DECISION IS BINDING.] The league's final 
decision on a matter of conference membership under this section 
is binding on all of the schools required to be notified of the 
right to a hearing. 
    Subd. 8.  [OTHERWISE, CONFERENCES ARE VOLUNTARY.] Except to 
the extent the league arranges conference membership under this 
section, an interscholastic conference of schools participating 
in activities delegated to the league may be formed and changed 
freely. 
    [129.125] [AUDITS AND REPORTS BY STATE AUDITOR.] 
    Subd. 2. Subdivision 1.  [DUES AND EVENTS REVENUE.] Any 
school board is hereby authorized to expend money for and pay 
dues to the Minnesota state high school league and The state 
auditor annually must examine the accounts of, and audit all 
money paid to such, the state high school league as well as, by 
its members.  The state auditor must also audit all money 
derived from any contest or other event sponsored by said the 
league, shall be subject to an annual examination and audit by 
the state auditor. 
    Subd. 2.  [FINANCIAL AND COMPLIANCE AUDIT TO LEGISLATURE.] 
Each year by September 1, the state auditor shall must provide a 
financial and compliance audit to the legislature detailing.  
The audit must detail the general financial condition and 
general status of the league as of July 31 of the year preceding 
before the filing of the audit. 
    Subd. 3.  [COPIES.] The state auditor must file copies of 
the audit report must be filed with the commissioner of 
education, the chairs of the house and senate education 
committees and the director of the legislative reference library.
    Subd. 4.  [COVERAGE OF REPORT.] The audit report must 
include the aggregate totals for all revenues and expenditures 
for the three preceding years and the current year and the three 
years before the current year and the percent and 
dollar difference in change from the year before each of these 
the four years.  The following items must be audited in each 
instance:  revenues Revenue items from student activities, 
membership dues, publications, registration of officials and 
judges, interest, automobile sales,; and from other revenues 
sources including medals, refunds, and reimbursements; and 
expenditures must be audited annually.  Expenditure items 
related to staff, the board of directors, student activities, 
capital outlay, and office and other expenditures purposes 
including membership services must be audited annually.  
    Subd. 5.  [LEAGUE TO PAY FOR AUDIT.] The league must 
pay the state auditor for the costs of the audit. 
    [129.126] [EMPLOYMENT.] 
    Subd. 2a Subdivision 1.  [EMPLOYMENT AFFIRMATIVE ACTION.] 
The state high school league must adopt an affirmative action 
policy.  The reason for the policy is to ensure that employment 
positions jobs within the league are equally accessible to all 
qualified persons and.  The policy is also needed to 
eliminate the underutilization underemployment by the league of 
the protected groups as that are defined in section 43A.02, 
subdivision 33. 
    Subd. 2.  [RECRUITING.] The league shall must actively and 
publicly recruit qualified people to become its employees of the 
league.  It shall The league must give special emphasis to 
recruiting members of protected groups.  The league shall must 
advertise available positions in newspapers of general 
circulation.  The advertisement must contain a deadline for 
submitting applications that is at least 14 days after the date 
of the last advertisement.  The league shall must keep each 
application for at least six months and shall must notify an 
applicant when a position, for which the applicant is qualified, 
becomes available. 
    Subd. 2b 3.  [EQUITABLE COMPENSATION RELATIONSHIPS 
COMPARABLE WORTH.] The league shall be treated as is a political 
subdivision for purposes of under sections 471.992 to 471.999, 
except that the league must report to the commissioner of 
employee relations by February 1, 1989, on its implementation 
plan.  No A cause of action against the league arises does not 
arise before August 1, 1989, for failure to comply with the 
requirements of sections 471.992 to 471.999. 
    [129.127] [LEAGUE IS SUBJECT TO DATA PRACTICES ACT.] 
    Subd. 2c.  [DATA PRACTICES.] The collection, creation, 
receipt, maintenance, dissemination, or use of information by 
the state high school league is subject to the provisions of 
chapter 13. 
    [129.128] [COMMISSIONER TO REPORT ON LEAGUE TO 
LEGISLATURE.] 
    Subd. 3. Subdivision 1.  [ANNUALLY.] The commissioner of 
education shall make a must report to the legislature on or 
before each regular session thereof, as to on the activities of 
the league, and shall. 
    Subd. 2.  [URGE NEEDED LAWS.] The commissioner must 
recommend to the legislature whether any legislation is made 
necessary by its league activities.  
    Subd. 4.  Membership in the Minnesota state high school 
league shall be open to any high school in Minnesota which 
satisfies compulsory attendance pursuant to section 120.10. 
    [129.129] [LEAGUE MUST HAVE OPEN MEETINGS.] 
    Subd. 5.  For the purposes of section 471.705, the 
Minnesota state high school league shall be deemed to be is 
considered a state agency required by law to transact business 
in meetings open to the public. 
    Sec. 5.  [EFFECT OF CHANGES.] 
    The legislature intends the changes in the language of the 
laws amended by this act to be exclusively changes in style.  No 
change is intended to alter or shall be construed by a court or 
other authority to alter the meaning of a law. 
    If a section is amended by this act and also by another act 
adopted in 1988 and the amendments cannot be edited together in 
the next publication of Minnesota Statutes, the amendment by 
this act shall be without effect. 
    Sec. 6.  [REPEALER.] 
    Minnesota Statutes 1988, sections 128.04, 128.06, 128.069, 
128A.04, 129.02, 129.05, 129.06, 129.07, 129.08, 129.09, and 
129.10, are repealed. 
    Presented to the governor May 19, 1989 
    Signed by the governor May 19, 1989, 11:54 p.m.