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                              CHAPTER 7-H.F.No. 53 
                  An act relating to legislative enactments; correcting 
                  miscellaneous oversights, inconsistencies, 
                  ambiguities, unintended results, and technical errors; 
                  amending Minnesota Statutes 2004, sections 13.72, 
                  subdivision 14, as added; 65A.08, subdivision 2, as 
                  amended, if enacted; 66A.02, as amended, if enacted; 
                  152.02, subdivision 6, as amended; 168.011, 
                  subdivision 4; 168.012, subdivision 1, as amended; 
                  168.27, subdivision 29, as amended; 203B.12, 
                  subdivision 2, as amended; 203B.24, subdivision 1, as 
                  amended; 244.10, subdivision 5, as added; 290.01, 
                  subdivision 19a, as amended; 290.0675, subdivision 1, 
                  as amended; 383B.217, subdivision 7, as amended; 
                  515B.4-106, as amended; 515B.4-108, as amended; Laws 
                  2003, First Special Session chapter 11, article 2, 
                  section 21, as amended; Laws 2005, chapter 20, article 
                  1, section 7, subdivision 15; Laws 2005, chapter 20, 
                  article 1, section 21, subdivision 5; Laws 2005, 
                  chapter 20, article 1, section 46, subdivision 1; Laws 
                  2005, chapter 125, article 1, section 13, subdivision 
                  5; Laws 2005, chapter 125, article 1, sections 16, 29; 
                  Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 1, section 9, 
                  subdivisions 3, 6; Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 14, 
                  sections 6, 9, 10, 11; Laws 2005, chapter 164, 
                  sections 26, 29; Laws 2005, First Special Session 
                  chapter 1, article 2, section 11, subdivision 4; Laws 
                  2005, First Special Session H.F. No. 139, article 9, 
                  section 16, if enacted; 2005 H.F. No. 1, article 1, 
                  sections 1, if enacted, 9, subdivisions 1, 7, if 
                  enacted; 2005 S.F. No. 917, section 2, if enacted. 
        BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: 
           Section 1.  Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 65A.08, 
        subdivision 2, as amended by 2005 S.F. No. 314, if enacted, is 
        amended to read: 
           Subd. 2.  [AMOUNT COLLECTIBLE.] (a) In the absence of any 
        change increasing the risk, without the consent of the insurer, 
        of which the burden of proof shall be upon it, and in the 
        absence of intentional fraud on the part of the insured, the 
        insurer shall pay the whole amount mentioned in the policy or 
        renewal upon which it receives a premium, in case of total loss, 
        and in case of partial loss, the full amount thereof.  
           (b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a), on a policy issued by 
        the Minnesota FAIR plan under section 65A.36, the Minnesota FAIR 
        plan may contest the whole amount set forth in the policy in the 
        case of a total loss.  If the Minnesota FAIR plan takes the 
        position that the value of the property was less than the whole 
        amount set forth in the policy, the Minnesota FAIR plan has the 
        burden of proving by clear and convincing evidence that the 
        value was less than that set forth in the policy.  If the 
        Minnesota FAIR plan pays less than the whole amount mentioned in 
        the policy for a total loss, pursuant to this paragraph, the 
        Minnesota FAIR plan shall refund to the insured the premium paid 
        attributable to the difference between the whole amount 
        mentioned in the policy and the amount paid for the total loss. 
           Sec. 2.  Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 66A.02, as 
        amended by 2005 S.F. No. 767, article 2, section 12, if enacted, 
        is amended to read: 
           66A.02 [APPLICABILITY OF BUSINESS CORPORATION STATUTES.] 
           Subdivision 1.  [GENERAL.] Chapter 302A shall apply to 
        domestic mutual insurance companies except to the extent 
        inconsistent with any provisions in this chapter or section 
        60A.07, or otherwise in conflict with any provisions in chapters 
        60A to 79A.  Provisions of chapter 302A relating to share 
        certificates, classes of shares, share values, or any other 
        provisions relevant only to stock companies do not apply to 
        mutual insurance companies.  
           Subd. 2.  [MUTUAL HOLDING COMPANIES.] For purposes of 
        sections 66A.01 to 66A.07 and 66A.21, the term "domestic mutual 
        insurance company" is deemed to include domestic mutual 
        insurance holding companies organized under section 60A.077 and 
        the term "member" is deemed to include members of a domestic 
        mutual insurance holding company as specified in section 
        60A.077, subdivision 1, paragraph (b).  For purposes of section 
        60A.07, subdivisions 1, 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d, and 1e, a domestic 
        mutual insurance holding company is deemed to be an insurance 
        corporation. 
           Subd. 3.  [TERMS.] For purposes of applying chapter 302A to 
        domestic mutual insurance companies, members of a domestic 
        mutual insurance company must be treated in the same manner as 
        shareholders of a stock corporation, except as otherwise 
        provided in this chapter.  Every member of the mutual insurance 
        company shall be deemed to hold one share of the company for 
        purposes of applying provisions of chapter 302A relating to 
        voting.  Mutual insurance companies are not included in the 
        definitions of "closely held corporation," "publicly held 
        corporation," or "issuing public corporation."  The term 
        "distribution" does not include dividends paid on participating 
        policies issued by the mutual insurance company or any insurance 
        company subsidiary in the case of a mutual insurance holding 
        company. 
           Subd. 4.  [EXCEPTIONS.] The following provisions of chapter 
        302A do not apply to domestic mutual insurance companies:  
        sections 302A.011, subdivisions 2, 6, 6a, 7, 10, 20, 21, 25, 26, 
        27, 28, 29, 31, 32, and 37 to 59; 302A.105; 302A.137; 302A.161, 
        subdivision 19; 302A.201, subdivision 2; 302A.401 to 302A.429; 
        302A.433, subdivisions 1, paragraphs (a), (b), (c), and (e), and 
        2; 302A.437, subdivision 2; 302A.445, subdivisions 3 to 6; 
        302A.449, subdivision 7; 302A.453 to 302A.457; 302A.461; 
        302A.463; 302A.471 to 302A.473; 302A.553; 302A.601 to 302A.651; 
        302A.671 to 302A.675; 302A.681 to 302A.691; and 302A.701 to 
        302A.791.  Those clauses of section 302A.111 that refer to any 
        of the sections previously referenced in this subdivision do not 
        apply to domestic mutual insurance companies.  The following 
        sections of chapter 302A are modified in their application to 
        domestic mutual insurance companies in the manner indicated: 
           (1) with regard to section 302A.133, the articles may be 
        amended pursuant to section 302A.171 by the incorporators or by 
        the board before the issuance of any policies by the company; 
           (2) with regard to section 302A.135, subdivision 2, a 
        resolution proposing an amendment to the certificate of 
        authority must be filed with the corporate secretary no less 
        than 30 days before the meeting to consider the proposed 
        amendment; 
           (3) with regard to section 302A.161, subdivision 19 of that 
        section does not apply, except this must not be construed to 
        limit the power of a mutual insurance company from issuing 
        securities other than stock; 
           (4) with regard to section 302A.201, the references in 
        subdivision 1 of that section to "subdivision 2" and "section 
        302A.457" do not apply; 
           (5) with regard to section 302A.203, the board shall 
        consist of no less than five directors; 
           (6) with regard to section 302A.215, subdivisions 2 and 3 
        of that section only apply if the corporation's certificate of 
        incorporation provides cumulative voting; 
           (7) with regard to section 302A.433, subdivision 1 of that 
        section, special meetings of the shareholders members may be 
        called for any purpose or purposes at any time by a person or 
        persons authorized in the articles or bylaws to call special 
        meetings, and with regard to subdivision 3 of that section, 
        special meetings must be held on the date and at the time and 
        place fixed by a person or persons authorized by the articles or 
        bylaws to call a meeting; and 
           (8) with regard to section 302A.435, if the company 
        complies substantially and in good faith with the notice 
        requirements of section 302A.435, the company's failure to give 
        any member or members the required notice does not impair the 
        validity of any action taken at the members' meeting. 
           Sec. 3.  Laws 2003, First Special Session chapter 11, 
        article 2, section 21, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 10, 
        article 1, section 78, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 21.  [INDEPENDENT STUDY ON INTERMITTENT RESOURCES.] 
           The commission shall order the electric utility subject to 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 216B.1691, subdivision 6, to 
        contract with a firm selected by the commissioner of commerce 
        for an independent engineering study of the impacts of 
        increasing wind capacity on its system above the 825 megawatts 
        of nameplate wind energy capacity to which the utility is 
        already committed, to evaluate options available to manage the 
        intermittent nature of this renewable resource.  The study shall 
        be completed by June 1, 2004, and incorporated into the 
        utility's next resource plan filing.  The costs of the study, 
        options pursued by the utility to manage the intermittent nature 
        of wind energy, and the costs of complying with Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 216B.1691, subdivision 7 6, shall be 
        recoverable under Minnesota Statutes, section 216B.1645. 
           Sec. 4.  Laws 2005, chapter 20, article 1, section 7, 
        subdivision 15, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 15.  Trail Connections                            885,000
        For matching grants under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 85.019, subdivision 
        4c. 
        $365,000 is to Stearns County for land 
        acquisition, engineering, and 
        construction of trail connections on 
        the Lake Koronis Trail.  Nonstate money 
        previously spent for these purposes may 
        be used to match this appropriation. 
        $220,000 is for a grant to Stearns 
        County to link the Lake Wobegon Trail 
        to the Central Lakes State Trail. 
        $300,000 is for a grant to the St. 
        Louis and Lake Counties Regional 
        Railroad Authority to complete 
        constructing, furnishing, and equipping 
        Mesabi Station along the 132-mile 
        recreational trail known as Mesabi 
        Trail and located on Lake Mesabi at the 
        intersection of U.S. 53 and U.S. 169 
        and marked Trunk Highway 135 37.  This 
        appropriation is dependent upon a 
        matching contribution of $800,000 from 
        other sources, public or private. 
           Sec. 5.  Laws 2005, chapter 20, article 1, section 21, 
        subdivision 5, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 5.  Willmar                      
        Veterans Home Predesign                                 100,000
        To predesign a veterans nursing home on 
        the at Willmar Regional Treatment 
        Center campus, including a 60-bed 
        skilled nursing facility in the medical 
        treatment center annex building 
        (building 24) and possibly new 
        construction for a veterans geriatric 
        behavioral program. 
           [EFFECTIVE DATE.] This section is effective the day 
        following final enactment. 
           Sec. 6.  [CORR05-7] 2005 S.F. No. 917, section 3, if 
        enacted, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 3.  [APPROPRIATIONS; COMMUNITY HEALTH AND FAMILY 
        PROMOTION.] 
           $2,500,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the 
        commissioner of health for positive abortion alternatives under 
        new Minnesota Statutes, section 127A.145 145.4235.  Of this 
        amount, $50,000 is available for the fiscal year ending June 30, 
        2006, and $100,000 is available for the fiscal year ending June 
        30, 2007, for administrative costs of implementing the grant 
        program.  The balance of the appropriation is available for the 
        fiscal year ending June 30, 2007.  The base funding for fiscal 
        years 2008 and 2009 is $2,500,000 per year. 
           Sec. 7.  [CORR05-8] 2005 H.F. No. 1, article 1, section 1, 
        if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Section 1.  [PUBLIC SAFETY APPROPRIATIONS.] 
           The sums shown in the columns marked "APPROPRIATIONS" are 
        appropriated from the general fund, or another named fund, to 
        the agencies and for the purposes specified in this article, to 
        be available for the fiscal years indicated for each purpose.  
        The figures "2006" and "2007" where used in this article, mean 
        that the appropriation or appropriations listed under them are 
        available for the year ending June 30, 2006, or June 30, 2007, 
        respectively.  The term "first year" means the fiscal year 
        ending June 30, 2006, and the term "second year" means the 
        fiscal year ending June 30, 2007. 
                                SUMMARY BY FUND
                                   2006          2007          TOTAL
        General             $ 835,043,000 $  849,704,000 $1,684,747,000 
        State Government       
        Special Revenue        43,662,000     44,415,000     88,077,000
                               44,375,000     44,642,000     89,017,000
        Environmental              49,000         49,000         98,000 
        Special Revenue         5,634,000      5,493,000     11,127,000 
        Trunk 
        Highway                   392,000        362,000        754,000 
        Bond Proceeds          62,500,000          -0-       62,500,000 
        TOTAL              $ 947,280,000 $  900,023,000 $1,847,303,000
                              947,993,000    900,250,000  1,848,243,000
                                                   APPROPRIATIONS 
                                               Available for the Year 
                                                   Ending June 30 
                                                  2006         2007 
           Sec. 8.  [CORR05-8A] 2005 H.F. No. 1, article 1, section 9, 
        subdivision 1, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subdivision 1.  Total
        Appropriation                        188,774,000    126,747,000
                                             189,487,000    126,974,000
                      Summary by Fund
        General              81,581,000    81,332,000
        Special Revenue         590,000       589,000
        State Government 
        Special Revenue      43,662,000    44,415,000
                             44,375,000    44,642,000
        Environmental            49,000        49,000
        Trunk Highway           392,000       362,000
        Bond Proceeds        62,500,000        -0- 
        [APPROPRIATIONS FOR PROGRAMS.] The 
        amounts that may be spent from this 
        appropriation for each program are 
        specified in the following subdivisions.
           Sec. 9.  [CORR05-8B] 2005 H.F. No. 1, article 1, section 9, 
        subdivision 7, if enacted, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 7.  911 Emergency 
        Services/ARMER   
           43,655,000     44,408,000 
           44,368,000     44,635,000
        This appropriation is from the state 
        government special revenue fund for 911 
        emergency telecommunications services. 
        [PRIOR 911 OBLIGATIONS.] $3,442,000 the 
        first year and $3,064,000 the second 
        year are to fund a deficiency due to 
        prior year obligations under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 403.11, that were 
        estimated in the December 2004 911 fund 
        statement to be $6,504,700 on July 1, 
        2005.  "Prior year obligations" means 
        reimbursable costs under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 403.11, subdivision 
        1, incurred under the terms and 
        conditions of a contract with the state 
        for a fiscal year preceding fiscal year 
        2004, that have been certified in a 
        timely manner in accordance with 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 403.11, 
        subdivision 3a, and that are not barred 
        by statute of limitation or other 
        defense.  The appropriations needed for 
        this purpose are estimated to be none 
        in fiscal year 2008 and thereafter. 
        [PUBLIC SAFETY ANSWERING POINTS.] 
        $13,640,000 the first year and 
        $13,664,000 the second year are to be 
        distributed as provided in Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 403.113, subdivision 
        2.  This appropriation may only be used 
        for public safety answering points that 
        have implemented phase two wireless 
        enhanced 911 service or whose 
        governmental agency has made a binding 
        commitment to the commissioner of 
        public safety to implement phase two 
        wireless enhanced 911 service by 
        January 1, 2008.  If revenue to the 
        account is insufficient to support all 
        appropriations from the account for a 
        fiscal year, this appropriation takes 
        priority over other appropriations, 
        except the open appropriation in 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 403.30, 
        subdivision 1, for debt service on 
        bonds previously sold.  
        [MEDICAL RESOURCE COMMUNICATION 
        CENTERS.] $682,000 the first year and 
        $683,000 the second year are for grants 
        to the Minnesota Emergency Medical 
        Services Regulatory Board for the Metro 
        East and Metro West Medical Resource 
        Communication Centers that were in 
        operation before January 1, 2000. 
        [800 MEGAHERTZ DEBT SERVICE.] 
        $6,138,000 the first year and 
        $6,149,000 the second year are to the 
        commissioner of finance to pay debt 
        service on revenue bonds issued under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 403.275.  
        Any portion of this appropriation not 
        needed to pay debt service in a fiscal 
        year may be used by the commissioner of 
        public safety to pay cash for any of 
        the capital improvements for which bond 
        proceeds have been appropriated in 
        subdivision 8. 
        [METROPOLITAN COUNCIL DEBT SERVICE.] 
        $1,405,000 the first year and 
        $1,410,000 the second year are to the 
        commissioner of finance for payment to 
        the Metropolitan Council for debt 
        service on bonds issued under Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 403.27.  
        [800 MEGAHERTZ IMPROVEMENTS.] 
        $1,323,000 each year is for the 
        Statewide Radio Board for costs of 
        design, construction, maintenance of, 
        and improvements to those elements of 
        the first, second, and third phases 
        that support mutual aid communications 
        and emergency medical services, and for 
        recurring charges for leased sites and 
        equipment for those elements of the 
        first, second, and third phases that 
        support mutual aid and emergency 
        medical communication services. 
           Sec. 10.  [CORRSS-1A] Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 1, 
        section 9, subdivision 3, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 3.  Criminal          
        Apprehension                          40,328,000     40,367,000 
                      Summary by Fund
        General              39,520,000    39,560,000
        Special Revenue         440,000       439,000
        State Government                            
        Special Revenue           7,000         7,000
        Trunk Highway           361,000       361,000
        [AGENCY CUT, DISTRIBUTION.] The general 
        fund appropriation includes a reduction 
        of $245,000 the first year and $250,000 
        the second year.  This reduction may be 
        applied to any program funded under 
        this section with the exception of the 
        Office of Justice Programs. 
        [COOPERATIVE INVESTIGATION OF 
        CROSS-JURISDICTIONAL CRIMINAL 
        ACTIVITY.] $94,000 the first year and 
        $93,000 the second year are 
        appropriated from the Bureau of 
        Criminal Apprehension account in the 
        special revenue fund for grants to 
        local officials for the cooperative 
        investigation of cross-jurisdictional 
        criminal activity.  Any unencumbered 
        balance remaining in the first year 
        does not cancel but is available for 
        the second year. 
        [LABORATORY ACTIVITIES.] $346,000 each 
        year is appropriated from the Bureau of 
        Criminal Apprehension account in the 
        special revenue fund for laboratory 
        activities. 
        [DWI LAB ANALYSIS; TRUNK HIGHWAY FUND.] 
        Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 161.20, subdivision 3, $361,000 
        each year is appropriated from the 
        trunk highway fund for laboratory 
        analysis related to 
        driving-while-impaired cases. 
        [DWI POLICY REFORMS.] $60,000 the first 
        year and $58,000 the second year are 
        for costs associated with DWI policy 
        reforms contained in article 18. 
        [AUTOMATED FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION 
        SYSTEM.] $1,533,000 the first year and 
        $2,318,000 the second year are to 
        replace the automated fingerprint 
        identification system (AFIS).  The base 
        for fiscal year 2008 is $1,562,000 and 
        the base for fiscal year 2009 is 
        $1,604,000. 
        [PREDATORY OFFENDER REGISTRATION 
        SYSTEM.] $1,146,000 the first year and 
        $564,000 the second year are to upgrade 
        the predatory offender registration 
        (POR) system and to increase the 
        monitoring and tracking of registered 
        offenders who become noncompliant with 
        the law.  The base for fiscal year 2008 
        is $636,000 and the base for fiscal 
        year 2009 is $564,000. 
        [CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS 
        (CJIS) AUDIT TRAIL.] $374,000 the first 
        year and $203,000 the second year are 
        for the Criminal Justice Information 
        Systems (CJIS) audit trail. 
        [DNA ANALYSIS.] $757,000 the first year 
        and $769,000 the second year are to 
        fund DNA analyses of biological samples.
        [LIVESCAN.] $66,000 the first year and 
        $69,000 the second year are to fund the 
        ongoing costs of Livescan. 
        [TEN NEW AGENTS.] $1,000,000 each year 
        is for ten Bureau of Criminal 
        Apprehension agents to be assigned 
        exclusively to methamphetamine 
        enforcement, including the 
        investigation of manufacturing and 
        distributing methamphetamine and 
        related violence.  These appropriations 
        are intended to increase the current 
        allocation of Bureau of Criminal 
        Apprehension resources dedicated to 
        methamphetamine enforcement.  Positions 
        funded by these appropriations may not 
        supplant existing agent assignments or 
        positions. 
           Sec. 11.  [CORRSS-1B] Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 1, 
        section 9, subdivision 6, is amended to read: 
        Subd. 6.  Office of         
        Justice Programs                      34,440,000     34,035,000 
        [GANG AND NARCOTICS STRIKE FORCES.] 
        $2,374,000 each year is for grants to 
        the combined operations of the Criminal 
        Gang Strike Force and Narcotics Task 
        Forces. 
        [CRIME VICTIM ASSISTANCE GRANTS 
        INCREASE.] $1,270,000 each year is to 
        increase funding for crime victim 
        assistance grants for abused children, 
        sexual assault victims, battered women, 
        and general crime victims.  
        [BATTERED WOMEN'S SHELTER GRANTS.] 
        $400,000 each year is to increase 
        funding for battered women's shelters 
        under Minnesota Statutes, section 
        611A.32, and for safe houses.  
        [METHAMPHETAMINE TREATMENT GRANTS.] 
        $750,000 each year is for grants to 
        counties for methamphetamine treatment 
        programs.  Priority should be given to 
        those counties that demonstrate a 
        treatment approach that incorporates 
        best practices as defined by the 
        Minnesota Department of Human 
        Services.  This is a onetime 
        appropriation. 
        [FINANCIAL CRIMES TASK FORCE.] $750,000 
        each year is for the Financial Crimes 
        Task Force.  A cash or in-kind match 
        totalling a minimum of $250,000 is 
        required.  Before the funds may be 
        allocated, a financial work plan must 
        be submitted to the commissioner of 
        public safety. 
        [HUMAN TRAFFICKING; ASSESSMENT, POLICY 
        DEVELOPMENT, AND IMPLEMENTATION.] 
        $50,000 each year is to conduct the 
        study and assessment of human 
        trafficking under new Minnesota 
        Statutes, sections 299A.78 and 
        299A.785.  This is a onetime 
        appropriation. 
        [YOUTH INTERVENTION PROGRAMS.] 
        $1,452,000 each year is for youth 
        intervention programs currently under 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 116L.30, 
        but to be transferred to Minnesota 
        Statutes, section 299A.73.  
        [HOMELESSNESS PILOT PROJECTS.] $400,000 
        the first year is for the homelessness 
        pilot projects described in article 8, 
        section 27.  This is a onetime 
        appropriation. 
        [ADMINISTRATION COSTS.] Up to 2.5 
        percent of the grant funds appropriated 
        in this subdivision may be used to 
        administer the grant programs. 
           Sec. 12.  [CORRSS-1C] Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 14, 
        section 6, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 6.  Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 357.18, is 
        amended to read: 
           357.18 [COUNTY RECORDER.] 
           Subdivision 1.  [COUNTY RECORDER FEES.] The fees to be 
        charged by the county recorder shall be and not exceed the 
        following: 
           (1) for indexing and recording any deed or other instrument 
        a fee of $46; $10.50 shall be paid to the state treasury and 
        credited to the general fund; $10 shall be deposited in the 
        technology fund pursuant to subdivision 3; and $25.50 to the 
        county general fund; 
           (2) for documents containing multiple assignments, partial 
        releases or satisfactions a fee of $40 $46; if the document 
        cites more than four recorded instruments, an additional fee of 
        $10 for each additional instrument cited over the first four 
        citations; 
           (3) for certified copies of any records or papers, $10; 
           (4) for a noncertified copy of any instrument or writing on 
        file or recorded in the office of the county recorder, or any 
        specified page or part of it, an amount as determined by the 
        county board for each page or fraction of a page specified.  If 
        computer or microfilm printers are used to reproduce the 
        instrument or writing, a like amount per image; 
           (5) for an abstract of title, the fees shall be determined 
        by resolution of the county board duly adopted upon the 
        recommendation of the county recorder, and the fees shall not 
        exceed $10 for every entry, $100 for abstract certificate, $1 
        per page for each exhibit included within an abstract as a part 
        of an abstract entry, and $5 per name for each required name 
        search certification; 
           (6) for a copy of an official plat filed pursuant to 
        section 505.08, the fee shall be $10 and an additional $5 shall 
        be charged for the certification of each plat; 
           (7) for filing an amended floor plan in accordance with 
        chapter 515, an amended condominium plat in accordance with 
        chapter 515A, or a common interest community plat or amendment 
        complying with section 515B.2-110, subsection (c), the fee shall 
        be 50 cents per apartment or unit with a minimum fee of $50 $56; 
           (8) for a copy of a floor plan filed pursuant to chapter 
        515, a copy of a condominium plat filed in accordance with 
        chapter 515A, or a copy of a common interest community plat 
        complying with section 515B.2-110, subsection (c), the fee shall 
        be $1 for each page of the floor plan, condominium plat or 
        common interest community plat with a minimum fee of $10; 
           (9) for recording any plat, a fee of $56, of which $10.50 
        must be paid to the state treasury and credited to the general 
        fund, $10 must be deposited in the technology fund pursuant to 
        subdivision 3, and $35.50 must be deposited in the county 
        general fund; and 
           (10) for a noncertified copy of any document submitted for 
        recording, if the original document is accompanied by a copy or 
        duplicate original, $2.  Upon receipt of the copy or duplicate 
        original and payment of the fee, a county recorder shall return 
        it marked "copy" or "duplicate," showing the recording date and, 
        if available, the document number assigned to the original. 
           Subd. 1a.  [ABSTRACTING SERVICE FEES.] Fees fixed by or 
        established pursuant to subdivision 1 shall be the maximum fee 
        charged in all counties where the county recorder performs 
        abstracting services and shall be charged by persons authorized 
        to perform abstracting services in county buildings pursuant to 
        section 386.18.  
           Subd. 2.  [FEES FOR RECORDING INSTRUMENTS IN COUNTY 
        RECORDER OFFICE.] Notwithstanding the provisions of any special 
        law to the contrary, the established fees pursuant to 
        subdivision 1 shall be the fee charged in all counties for the 
        specified service, other than Uniform Commercial Code documents, 
        and documents filed or recorded pursuant to sections 270.69, 
        subdivision 2, paragraph (c), 272.481 to 272.488, 277.20, and 
        386.77. 
           Subd. 4.  [TECHNOLOGY FUND.] The $10 fee collected under 
        subdivision 1, clause (1), shall be deposited in a technology 
        fund for obtaining, maintaining, and updating current technology 
        and equipment to provide services from the record system.  The 
        fund shall be disbursed at the county recorder's discretion to 
        provide modern information services from the records system.  
        The fund is a supplemental fund and shall not be construed to 
        diminish the duty of the county governing body to furnish 
        funding for expenses and personnel necessary in the performance 
        of the duties of the office pursuant to section 386.015, 
        subdivision 6, paragraph (a), clause (2), and to comply with the 
        requirements of section 357.182. 
           Subd. 5.  [VARIANCE FROM STANDARDS.] A document should 
        conform to the standards in section 507.093, paragraph (a), but 
        should not be rejected unless the document is not legible or 
        cannot be archived.  This subdivision applies only to documents 
        dated after July 31, 1997, and does not apply to Minnesota 
        uniform conveyancing blanks on file in the office of the 
        commissioner of commerce provided for under section 507.09, 
        certified copies, or any other form provided for under Minnesota 
        Statutes. 
           Subd. 6.  [REGISTRAR OF TITLES' FEES.] The fees to be 
        charged by the registrar of titles are in sections 508.82 and 
        508A.82. 
           Sec. 13.  [CORRSS-1D] Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 14, 
        section 9, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 9.  Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 508.82, is 
        amended to read: 
           508.82 [REGISTRAR OF TITLES' FEES.] 
           Subdivision 1.  [STANDARD DOCUMENTS.] The fees to be 
        charged by the registrar of titles shall be and not exceed the 
        following: 
           (1) of the fees provided herein, $1.50 of the fees 
        collected under clauses (3), (4), (10), (12), (14), (16), and 
        (17) (11), (13), (15), (17), and (18) for filing or 
        memorializing shall be paid to the state treasury pursuant to 
        section 508.75 and credited to the general fund; 
           (2) for registering a first certificate of title, including 
        issuing a copy of it, $46.  Pursuant to clause (1), distribution 
        of this fee is as follows: 
           (i) $10.50 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited 
        to the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $25.50 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
           (3) for registering each instrument transferring the fee 
        simple title for which a new certificate of title is issued and 
        for the registration of the new certificate of title, including 
        a copy of it, $46.  Pursuant to clause (1), distribution of this 
        fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
           (4) for the entry of each memorial on a certificate, $46.  
        For multiple certificate entries, $20 thereafter.  Pursuant to 
        clause (1), distribution of this fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
        and 
           (iv) $20 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        each multiple entry used; 
           (5) for issuing each residue certificate, $40; 
           (6) for exchange certificates, $20 for each certificate 
        canceled and $20 for each new certificate issued; 
           (7) for each certificate showing condition of the register, 
        $50; 
           (8) for any certified copy of any instrument or writing on 
        file or recorded in the registrar of titles' office, $10; 
           (9) for a noncertified copy of any certificate of title, 
        other than the copies issued under clauses (2) and (3), any 
        instrument or writing on file or recorded in the office of the 
        registrar of titles, or any specified page or part of it, an 
        amount as determined by the county board for each page or 
        fraction of a page specified.  If computer or microfilm printers 
        are used to reproduce the instrument or writing, a like amount 
        per image; 
           (10) for a noncertified copy of any document submitted for 
        recording, if the original document is accompanied by a copy or 
        duplicate original, $2.  Upon receipt of the copy or duplicate 
        original and payment of the fee, a registrar of titles shall 
        return it marked "copy" or "duplicate," showing the recording 
        date and, if available, the document number assigned to the 
        original; 
           (11) for filing two copies of any plat in the office of the 
        registrar, $56.  Pursuant to clause (1), distribution of this 
        fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $34 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
           (12) for any other service under this chapter, such fee as 
        the court shall determine; 
           (13) for filing an amendment to a declaration in accordance 
        with chapter 515, $46 for each certificate upon which the 
        document is registered and for multiple certificate entries, $20 
        thereafter; $56 for an amended floor plan filed in accordance 
        with chapter 515.  Pursuant to clause (1), distribution of this 
        fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        amendment to a declaration; 
           (iv) $20 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        each multiple entry used; and 
           (v) $34 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        an amended floor plan; 
           (14) for issuance of a CECT pursuant to section 508.351, 
        $40; 
           (15) for filing an amendment to a common interest community 
        declaration and plat or amendment complying with section 
        515B.2-110, subsection (c), $46 for each certificate upon which 
        the document is registered and for multiple certificate entries, 
        $20 thereafter and $56 for the filing of the condominium or 
        common interest community plat or amendment.  Pursuant to clause 
        (1), distribution of this fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        the filing of an amendment complying with section 515B.2-110, 
        subsection (c); 
           (iv) $20 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        each multiple entry used; and 
           (v) $34 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        the filing of a condominium or CIC plat or amendment; 
           (16) for a copy of a condominium floor plan filed in 
        accordance with chapter 515, or a copy of a common interest 
        community plat complying with section 515B.2-110, subsection 
        (c), the fee shall be $1 for each page of the floor plan or 
        common interest community plat with a minimum fee of $10; 
           (17) for the filing of a certified copy of a plat of the 
        survey pursuant to section 508.23 or 508.671, $46.  Pursuant to 
        clause (1), distribution of this fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
           (18) for filing a registered land survey in triplicate in 
        accordance with section 508.47, subdivision 4, $56.  Pursuant to 
        clause (1), distribution of this fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $34 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
        and 
           (19) for furnishing a certified copy of a registered land 
        survey in accordance with section 508.47, subdivision 4, $15. 
           Subd. 1a.  [FEES FOR RECORDING INSTRUMENTS WITH REGISTRAR 
        OF TITLES' OFFICE.] Notwithstanding the provisions of any 
        general or special law to the contrary, and pursuant to section 
        357.182, the established fees pursuant to subdivision 1 shall be 
        the fee charged in all counties for the specified service, other 
        than Uniform Commercial Code documents and documents filed or 
        recorded pursuant to sections 270.69, subdivision 2, paragraph 
        (c); 272.481 to 272.488; 277.20; and 386.77. 
           Subd. 2.  [VARIANCE FROM STANDARDS.] A document should 
        conform to the standards in section 507.093, paragraph (a), but 
        should not be rejected unless the document is not legible or 
        cannot be archived.  This subdivision applies only to documents 
        dated after July 31, 1997, and does not apply to Minnesota 
        uniform conveyancing blanks on file in the office of the 
        commissioner of commerce provided for under section 507.09, 
        certified copies, or any other form provided for under Minnesota 
        Statutes. 
           Sec. 14.  [CORRSS-1E] Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 14, 
        section 10, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 10.  Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 508A.82, is 
        amended to read: 
           508A.82 [REGISTRAR OF TITLES' FEES.] 
           Subdivision 1.  [STANDARD DOCUMENTS.] The fees to be 
        charged by the registrar of titles shall be and not exceed the 
        following:  
           (1) of the fees provided herein, $1.50 of the fees 
        collected under clauses (3), (5), (11), (13), (15), and 
        (18) (12), (14), (16), and (19) for filing or memorializing 
        shall be paid to the state treasury pursuant to section 508.75 
        and credited to the general fund; 
           (2) for registering a first CPT, including issuing a copy 
        of it, $46.  Pursuant to clause (1), distribution of the fee is 
        as follows: 
           (i) $10.50 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited 
        to the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $25.50 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
           (3) for registering each instrument transferring the fee 
        simple title for which a new CPT is issued and for the 
        registration of the new CPT, including a copy of it, $46.  
        Pursuant to clause (1), distribution of the fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
           (4) for issuance of a CECT pursuant to section 508A.351, 
        $15; 
           (5) for the entry of each memorial on a CPT, $46; for 
        multiple certificate entries, $20 thereafter.  Pursuant to 
        clause (1), distribution of the fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
        and 
           (iv) $20 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        each multiple entry used; 
           (6) for issuing each residue CPT, $40; 
           (7) for exchange CPTs or combined certificates of title, 
        $20 for each CPT and certificate of title canceled and $20 for 
        each new CPT or combined certificate of title issued; 
           (8) for each CPT showing condition of the register, $50; 
           (9) for any certified copy of any instrument or writing on 
        file or recorded in the registrar of titles' office, $10; 
           (10) for a noncertified copy of any CPT, other than the 
        copies issued under clauses (2) and (3), any instrument or 
        writing on file or recorded in the office of the registrar of 
        titles, or any specified page or part of it, an amount as 
        determined by the county board for each page or fraction of a 
        page specified.  If computer or microfilm printers are used to 
        reproduce the instrument or writing, a like amount per image; 
           (11) for a noncertified copy of any document submitted for 
        recording, if the original document is accompanied by a copy or 
        duplicate original, $2.  Upon receipt of the copy or duplicate 
        original and payment of the fee, a registrar of titles shall 
        return it marked "copy" or "duplicate," showing the recording 
        date and, if available, the document number assigned to the 
        original; 
           (12) for filing two copies of any plat in the office of the 
        registrar, $56.  Pursuant to clause (1), distribution of the fee 
        is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $34 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
           (13) for any other service under sections 508A.01 to 
        508A.85, the fee the court shall determine; 
           (14) for filing an amendment to a declaration in accordance 
        with chapter 515, $46 for each certificate upon which the 
        document is registered and for multiple certificate entries, $20 
        thereafter; $56 for an amended floor plan filed in accordance 
        with chapter 515.  Pursuant to clause (1), distribution of the 
        fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        amendment to a declaration; 
           (iv) $20 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        each multiple entry used; and 
           (v) $34 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        an amended floor plan; 
           (15) for issuance of a CECT pursuant to section 508.351, 
        $40; 
           (16) for filing an amendment to a common interest community 
        declaration and plat or amendment complying with section 
        515B.2-110, subsection (c), and issuing a CECT if required, $46 
        for each certificate upon which the document is registered and 
        for multiple certificate entries, $20 thereafter; $56 for the 
        filing of the condominium or common interest community plat or 
        amendment.  Pursuant to clause (1), distribution of the fee is 
        as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; 
           (iii) $24 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        the filing of an amendment complying with section 515B.2-110, 
        subsection (c); 
           (iv) $20 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        each multiple entry used; and 
           (v) $34 shall be deposited in the county general fund for 
        the filing of a condominium or CIC plat or amendment; 
           (17) for a copy of a condominium floor plan filed in 
        accordance with chapter 515, or a copy of a common interest 
        community plat complying with section 515B.2-110, subsection 
        (c), the fee shall be $1 for each page of the floor plan, or 
        common interest community plat with a minimum fee of $10; 
           (18) in counties in which the compensation of the examiner 
        of titles is paid in the same manner as the compensation of 
        other county employees, for each parcel of land contained in the 
        application for a CPT, as the number of parcels is determined by 
        the examiner, a fee which is reasonable and which reflects the 
        actual cost to the county, established by the board of county 
        commissioners of the county in which the land is located; 
           (19) for filing a registered land survey in triplicate in 
        accordance with section 508A.47, subdivision 4, $56.  Pursuant 
        to clause (1), distribution of the fee is as follows: 
           (i) $12 shall be paid to the state treasury and credited to 
        the general fund; 
           (ii) $10 shall be deposited in the technology fund pursuant 
        to section 357.18, subdivision 3; and 
           (iii) $34 shall be deposited in the county general fund; 
        and 
           (20) for furnishing a certified copy of a registered land 
        survey in accordance with section 508A.47, subdivision 4, $15. 
           Subd. 1a.  [FEES TO RECORD INSTRUMENTS WITH REGISTRAR OF 
        TITLES.] Notwithstanding any special law to the contrary, and 
        pursuant to section 357.182, the established fees pursuant to 
        subdivision 1 shall be the fee charged in all counties for the 
        specified service, other than Uniform Commercial Code documents, 
        and documents filed or recorded pursuant to sections 270.69, 
        subdivision 2, paragraph (c); 272.481 to 272.488; 277.20; and 
        386.77.  
           Subd. 2.  [VARIANCE FROM STANDARDS.] A document should 
        conform to the standards in section 507.093, paragraph (a), but 
        should not be rejected unless the document is not legible or 
        cannot be archived.  This subdivision applies only to documents 
        dated after July 31, 1997, and does not apply to Minnesota 
        uniform conveyancing blanks on file in the office of the 
        commissioner of commerce provided for under section 507.09, 
        certified copies, or any other form provided for under Minnesota 
        Statutes. 
           Sec. 15.  [CORRSS-1F] Laws 2005, chapter 136, article 14, 
        section 11, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 11.  Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 515B.1-116, is 
        amended to read: 
           515B.1-116 [RECORDING.] 
           (a) A declaration, bylaws, any amendment to a declaration 
        or bylaws, and any other instrument affecting a common interest 
        community shall be entitled to be recorded.  In those counties 
        which have a tract index, the county recorder shall enter the 
        declaration in the tract index for each unit affected.  The 
        registrar of titles shall file the declaration in accordance 
        with section 508.351 or 508A.351. 
           (b) The recording officer shall upon request promptly 
        assign a number (CIC number) to a common interest community to 
        be formed or to a common interest community resulting from the 
        merger of two or more common interest communities. 
           (c) Documents recorded pursuant to this chapter shall in 
        the case of registered land be filed, and references to the 
        recording of documents shall mean filed in the case of 
        registered land. 
           (d) Subject to any specific requirements of this chapter, 
        if a recorded document relating to a common interest community 
        purports to require a certain vote or signatures approving any 
        restatement or amendment of the document by a certain number or 
        percentage of unit owners or secured parties, and if the 
        amendment or restatement is to be recorded pursuant to this 
        chapter, an affidavit of the president or secretary of the 
        association stating that the required vote or signatures have 
        been obtained shall be attached to the document to be recorded 
        and shall constitute prima facie evidence of the representations 
        contained therein. 
           (e) If a common interest community is located on registered 
        land, the recording fee for any document affecting two or more 
        units shall be $40 $46 for the first ten affected certificates 
        and $10 for each additional affected certificate.  This 
        provision shall not apply to recording fees for deeds of 
        conveyance, with the exception of deeds given pursuant to 
        sections 515B.2-119 and 515B.3-112. 
           (f) Except as permitted under this subsection, a recording 
        officer shall not file or record a declaration creating a new 
        common interest community, unless the county treasurer has 
        certified that the property taxes payable in the current year 
        for the real estate included in the proposed common interest 
        community have been paid.  This certification is in addition to 
        the certification for delinquent taxes required by section 
        272.12.  In the case of preexisting common interest communities, 
        the recording officer shall accept, file, and record the 
        following instruments, without requiring a certification as to 
        the current or delinquent taxes on any of the units in the 
        common interest community:  (i) a declaration subjecting the 
        common interest community to this chapter; (ii) a declaration 
        changing the form of a common interest community pursuant to 
        section 515B.2-123; or (iii) an amendment to or restatement of 
        the declaration, bylaws, or CIC plat.  In order for an 
        instrument to be accepted and recorded under the preceding 
        sentence, the instrument must not create or change unit or 
        common area boundaries. 
           Sec. 16.  [CORRSS-2] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        13.72, subdivision 14, as added by Laws 2005, chapter 163, 
        section 48, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 14.  [ACCOUNT DATA.] The following data pertaining to 
        applicants for or users of toll facilities, and high-occupancy 
        vehicle lanes for which a user fee is charged under section 
        169.03 160.93, are classified as nonpublic data with regard to 
        data not on individuals and as private data with regard to data 
        on individuals:  data contained in applications for the 
        purchase, lease, or rental of a device such as an electronic 
        vehicle transponder which automatically assesses charges for a 
        vehicle's use of toll roads; personal and vehicle identification 
        data; financial and credit data; and toll road usage data.  
        Nothing in this subdivision prohibits the production of summary 
        data as defined in section 13.02, subdivision 19. 
           Sec. 17.  [CORRSS-3] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        244.10, subdivision 5, as added by Laws 2005, chapter 136, 
        article 16, section 4, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 5.  [PROCEDURES IN CASES WHERE STATE INTENDS TO SEEK 
        AN AGGRAVATED DEPARTURE.] (a) When the prosecutor provides 
        reasonable notice under subdivision 4, the district court shall 
        allow the state to prove beyond a reasonable doubt to a jury of 
        12 members the factors in support of the state's request for an 
        aggravated departure from the Sentencing Guidelines as provided 
        in paragraph (b) or (c). 
           (b) The district court shall allow a unitary trial and 
        final argument to a jury regarding both evidence in support of 
        the elements of the offense and evidence in support of 
        aggravating factors when the evidence in support of the 
        aggravating factors: 
           (1) would be admissible as part of the trial on the 
        elements of the offense; or 
           (2) would not result in unfair prejudice to the defendant. 
           The existence of each aggravating factor shall be 
        determined by use of a special verdict form. 
           Upon the request of the prosecutor, the court shall allow 
        bifurcated argument and jury deliberations. 
           (c) The district court shall bifurcate the proceedings, or 
        impanel a resentencing jury, to allow for the production of 
        evidence, argument, and deliberations on the existence of 
        factors in support of an aggravated departure after the return 
        of a guilty verdict when the evidence in support of an 
        aggravated departure: 
           (1) includes evidence that is otherwise inadmissible at a 
        trial on the elements of the offense; and 
           (2) would result in unfair prejudice to the defendant. 
           Sec. 18.  [CORRSS-4] [ELECTRONIC VOTING SYSTEM 
        CERTIFICATION DEADLINE SUSPENDED.] 
           The requirement of Minnesota Rules, part 8220.0325, that 
        applications for certification of electronic voting systems or 
        software be submitted between December 1 of an even-numbered 
        year and September 1 of the following odd-numbered year is 
        suspended until December 1, 2006. 
           Sec. 19.  [CORRSS-5] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        168.011, subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 4.  [MOTOR VEHICLE.] (a) "Motor vehicle" means any 
        self-propelled vehicle designed and originally manufactured to 
        operate primarily upon public roads and highways, and not 
        operated exclusively upon railroad tracks.  It includes any 
        vehicle propelled or drawn by a self-propelled vehicle and 
        includes vehicles known as trackless trolleys that are propelled 
        by electric power obtained from overhead trolley wires but not 
        operated upon rails.  It does not include snowmobiles, 
        manufactured homes, or park trailers.  
           (b) "Motor vehicle" also includes an all-terrain vehicle, 
        as defined in section 84.92, subdivision 8, that (1) has at 
        least four wheels, (2) is owned and operated by a physically 
        disabled person, and (3) displays both physically disabled 
        license plates and a physically disabled certificate issued 
        under section 169.345, subdivision 3. 
           (c) "Motor vehicle" does not include an all-terrain vehicle 
        as defined in section 84.92, subdivision 8; except (1) an 
        all-terrain vehicle described in paragraph (b), or (2) an 
        all-terrain vehicle licensed as a motor vehicle before August 1, 
        1985.  The owner may continue to license an all-terrain vehicle 
        described in clause (2) as a motor vehicle until it is conveyed 
        or otherwise transferred to another owner, is destroyed, or 
        fails to comply with the registration and licensing requirements 
        of this chapter. 
           (d) "Motor vehicle" does not include an electric personal 
        assistive mobility device as defined in section 169.01, 
        subdivision 90. 
           (e) "Motor vehicle" does not include a motorized foot 
        scooter as defined in section 169.01, subdivision 4c. 
           Sec. 20.  [CORRSS-5A] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        168.012, subdivision 1, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 135, 
        section 3, is amended to read: 
           Subdivision 1.  [VEHICLES EXEMPT FROM TAX, FEES, OR PLATE 
        DISPLAY.] (a) The following vehicles are exempt from the 
        provisions of this chapter requiring payment of tax and 
        registration fees, except as provided in subdivision 1c:  
           (1) vehicles owned and used solely in the transaction of 
        official business by the federal government, the state, or any 
        political subdivision; 
           (2) vehicles owned and used exclusively by educational 
        institutions and used solely in the transportation of pupils to 
        and from those institutions; 
           (3) vehicles used solely in driver education programs at 
        nonpublic high schools; 
           (4) vehicles owned by nonprofit charities and used 
        exclusively to transport disabled persons for educational 
        purposes; 
           (5) ambulances owned by ambulance services licensed under 
        section 144E.10, the general appearance of which is 
        unmistakable; and 
           (6) motorized foot scooters as defined in section 169.01, 
        subdivision 4c; and 
           (7) vehicles owned by a commercial driving school licensed 
        under section 171.34, or an employee of a commercial driving 
        school licensed under section 171.34, and the vehicle is used 
        exclusively for driver education and training. 
           (b) Vehicles owned by the federal government, municipal 
        fire apparatuses including fire-suppression support vehicles, 
        police patrols, and ambulances, the general appearance of which 
        is unmistakable, are not required to register or display number 
        plates.  
           (c) Unmarked vehicles used in general police work, liquor 
        investigations, or arson investigations, and passenger 
        automobiles, pickup trucks, and buses owned or operated by the 
        Department of Corrections, must be registered and must display 
        appropriate license number plates, furnished by the registrar at 
        cost.  Original and renewal applications for these license 
        plates authorized for use in general police work and for use by 
        the Department of Corrections must be accompanied by a 
        certification signed by the appropriate chief of police if 
        issued to a police vehicle, the appropriate sheriff if issued to 
        a sheriff's vehicle, the commissioner of corrections if issued 
        to a Department of Corrections vehicle, or the appropriate 
        officer in charge if issued to a vehicle of any other law 
        enforcement agency.  The certification must be on a form 
        prescribed by the commissioner and state that the vehicle will 
        be used exclusively for a purpose authorized by this section.  
           (d) Unmarked vehicles used by the Departments of Revenue 
        and Labor and Industry, fraud unit, in conducting seizures or 
        criminal investigations must be registered and must display 
        passenger vehicle classification license number plates, 
        furnished at cost by the registrar.  Original and renewal 
        applications for these passenger vehicle license plates must be 
        accompanied by a certification signed by the commissioner of 
        revenue or the commissioner of labor and industry.  The 
        certification must be on a form prescribed by the commissioner 
        and state that the vehicles will be used exclusively for the 
        purposes authorized by this section. 
           (e) Unmarked vehicles used by the Division of Disease 
        Prevention and Control of the Department of Health must be 
        registered and must display passenger vehicle classification 
        license number plates.  These plates must be furnished at cost 
        by the registrar.  Original and renewal applications for these 
        passenger vehicle license plates must be accompanied by a 
        certification signed by the commissioner of health.  The 
        certification must be on a form prescribed by the commissioner 
        and state that the vehicles will be used exclusively for the 
        official duties of the Division of Disease Prevention and 
        Control.  
           (f) Unmarked vehicles used by staff of the Gambling Control 
        Board in gambling investigations and reviews must be registered 
        and must display passenger vehicle classification license number 
        plates.  These plates must be furnished at cost by the 
        registrar.  Original and renewal applications for these 
        passenger vehicle license plates must be accompanied by a 
        certification signed by the board chair.  The certification must 
        be on a form prescribed by the commissioner and state that the 
        vehicles will be used exclusively for the official duties of the 
        Gambling Control Board.  
           (g) All other motor vehicles must be registered and display 
        tax-exempt number plates, furnished by the registrar at cost, 
        except as provided in subdivision 1c.  All vehicles required to 
        display tax-exempt number plates must have the name of the state 
        department or political subdivision, nonpublic high school 
        operating a driver education program, or licensed commercial 
        driving school, plainly displayed on both sides of the vehicle; 
        except that each state hospital and institution for the mentally 
        ill and mentally retarded may have one vehicle without the 
        required identification on the sides of the vehicle, and county 
        social service agencies may have vehicles used for child and 
        vulnerable adult protective services without the required 
        identification on the sides of the vehicle.  This identification 
        must be in a color giving contrast with that of the part of the 
        vehicle on which it is placed and must endure throughout the 
        term of the registration.  The identification must not be on a 
        removable plate or placard and must be kept clean and visible at 
        all times; except that a removable plate or placard may be 
        utilized on vehicles leased or loaned to a political subdivision 
        or to a nonpublic high school driver education program. 
           Sec. 21.  [CORRSS-6] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        203B.12, subdivision 2, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 156, 
        article 6, section 26, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 2.  [EXAMINATION OF RETURN ENVELOPES.] Two or more 
        election judges shall examine each return envelope and shall 
        mark it accepted or rejected in the manner provided in this 
        subdivision.  If a ballot has been prepared under section 
        204B.12, subdivision 2a, or 204B.41, the election judges shall 
        not begin removing ballot envelopes from the return envelopes 
        until 8:00 p.m. on election day, either in the polling place or 
        at an absentee ballot board established under section 203B.13. 
           The election judges shall mark the return envelope 
        "Accepted" and initial or sign the return envelope below the 
        word "Accepted" if the election judges or a majority of them are 
        satisfied that:  
           (1) the voter's name and address on the return envelope are 
        the same as the information provided on the absentee ballot 
        application; 
           (2) the voter's signature on the return envelope is the 
        genuine signature of the individual who made the application for 
        ballots and the certificate has been completed as prescribed in 
        the directions for casting an absentee ballot, except that if a 
        person other than the voter applied for the absentee ballot 
        under applicable Minnesota Rules, the signature is not required 
        to match; 
           (3) the voter is registered and eligible to vote in the 
        precinct or has included a properly completed voter registration 
        application in the return envelope; and 
           (4) the voter has not already voted at that election, 
        either in person or by absentee ballot.  
           There is no other reason for rejecting an absentee ballot.  
        In particular, failure to place the envelope ballot within the 
        security envelope before placing it in the outer white envelope 
        is not a reason to reject an absentee ballot. 
           The return envelope from accepted ballots must be preserved 
        and returned to the county auditor.  
           If all or a majority of the election judges examining 
        return envelopes find that an absent voter has failed to meet 
        one of the requirements prescribed in clauses (1) to (4), they 
        shall mark the return envelope "Rejected," initial or sign it 
        below the word "Rejected," and return it to the county auditor.  
           Sec. 22.  [CORRSS-6a] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        203B.24, subdivision 1, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 156, 
        article 6, section 30, is amended to read: 
           Subdivision 1.  [CHECK OF VOTER ELIGIBILITY; PROPER 
        EXECUTION OF AFFIDAVIT.] Upon receipt of an absentee ballot 
        returned as provided in sections 203B.16 to 203B.27, the 
        election judges shall compare the voter's name with the names 
        appearing on their copy of the application records to insure 
        that the ballot is from a voter eligible to cast an absentee 
        ballot under sections 203B.16 to 203B.27.  The election judges 
        shall mark the return envelope "Accepted" and initial or sign 
        the return envelope below the word "Accepted" if the election 
        judges are satisfied that: 
           (1) the voter's name on the return envelope appears in 
        substantially the same form as on the application records 
        provided to the election judges by the county auditor; 
           (2) the voter has signed the federal oath prescribed 
        pursuant to section 705(b)(2) of the Help America Vote Act, 
        Public Law 107-252; 
           (3) the voter has set forth the voter's military 
        identification number or passport number or, if those numbers do 
        not appear, a person authorized to administer oaths under 
        federal law or the law of the place where the oath was 
        administered or a witness who is military personnel with a rank 
        at or above the rank of sergeant or its equivalent has signed 
        the ballot; and 
           (4) the voter has not already voted at that election, 
        either in person or by absentee ballot. 
           An absentee ballot case pursuant to sections 203B.16 to 
        203B.27 may only be rejected for the lack of one of clauses (1) 
        to (4).  In particular, failure to place the envelope ballot 
        within the security envelope before placing it in the outer 
        white envelope is not a reason to reject an absentee ballot. 
           Election judges must note the reason for rejection on the 
        back of the envelope in the space provided for that purpose. 
           Failure to return unused ballots shall not invalidate a 
        marked ballot, but a ballot shall not be counted if the 
        affidavit on the return envelope is not properly executed.  In 
        all other respects the provisions of the Minnesota Election Law 
        governing deposit and counting of ballots shall apply.  
           Sec. 23.  [CORRSS-7] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        515B.4-106, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 121, section 37, is 
        amended to read: 
           515B.4-106 [PURCHASER'S RIGHT TO CANCEL.] 
           (a) A person required to deliver a disclosure statement 
        pursuant to section 515B.4-101(b) shall provide at least one of 
        the purchasers of the unit with a copy of the disclosure 
        statement and all amendments thereto before conveyance of the 
        unit.  If a purchaser is not given a disclosure statement more 
        than ten days before execution of the purchase agreement, the 
        purchaser may, before conveyance, cancel the purchase agreement 
        within ten days after first receiving the disclosure statement.  
        If a purchaser is given the disclosure statement more than ten 
        days before execution of the purchase agreement, the purchaser 
        may not cancel the purchase agreement pursuant to this section.  
        The ten-day rescission period may be modified or waived, in 
        writing, by agreement of the purchaser of a unit only after the 
        purchaser has received and had an opportunity to review the 
        disclosure statement.  The person required to deliver a 
        disclosure statement may not condition the sale of the unit on 
        the purchaser agreeing to modify or waive the purchaser's 
        ten-day right of rescission, may not contractually obligate the 
        purchaser to modify or waive the purchaser's ten-day right of 
        rescission, and may not include a modification or waiver of the 
        ten-day right of rescission in any purchase agreement for the 
        unit.  To be effective, a modification or waiver of a 
        purchaser's ten-day right of rescission must be evidenced by an 
        instrument separate from the purchase agreement signed by the 
        purchaser more than three days after the purchaser signs the 
        purchase agreement receives the disclosure statement. 
           (b) If an amendment to the disclosure statement materially 
        and adversely affects a purchaser, then the purchaser shall have 
        ten days after delivery of the amendment to cancel the purchase 
        agreement in accordance with this section.  The ten-day 
        rescission period may be modified or waived, in writing, by 
        agreement of the purchaser of a unit only after the purchaser 
        has received and had an opportunity to review the disclosure 
        statement amendment.  To be effective, a modification or waiver 
        of a purchaser's ten-day right of rescission under this section 
        must be evidenced by a written instrument separate from the 
        purchase agreement signed by the purchaser more than three days 
        after the purchaser receives the amendment. 
           (c) If a purchaser elects to cancel a purchase agreement 
        pursuant to this section, the purchaser may do so by giving 
        notice thereof pursuant to section 515B.1-115.  Cancellation is 
        without penalty, and all payments made by the purchaser before 
        cancellation shall be refunded promptly.  Notwithstanding 
        anything in this section to the contrary, the purchaser's 
        cancellation rights under this section terminate upon the 
        purchaser's acceptance of a conveyance of the unit. 
           (d) If a declarant obligated to deliver a disclosure 
        statement fails to deliver to the purchaser a disclosure 
        statement which substantially complies with this chapter, the 
        declarant shall be liable to the purchaser in the amount of 
        $1,000, in addition to any damages or other amounts recoverable 
        under this chapter or otherwise.  Any action brought under this 
        subsection shall be commenced within the time period specified 
        in section 515B.4-115, subsection (a). 
           Sec. 24.  [CORRSS-7A] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        515B.4-108, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 121, section 39, is 
        amended to read: 
           515B.4-108 [PURCHASER'S RIGHT TO CANCEL RESALE.] 
           (a) Unless a purchaser is given the information required to 
        be delivered by section 515B.4-107, by a delivery method 
        described in that section, more than ten days prior to the 
        execution of the purchase agreement for the unit the purchaser 
        may, prior to the conveyance, cancel the purchase agreement 
        within ten days after receiving the information.  The ten-day 
        rescission period may be modified or waived, in writing, by 
        agreement of the purchaser of a unit only after the purchaser 
        has received and had an opportunity to review the information 
        required to be delivered by section 515B.4-107.  The person 
        required to deliver the information required to be delivered by 
        section 515B.4-107 may not condition the sale of the unit on the 
        purchaser agreeing to modify or waive the purchaser's ten-day 
        right of rescission, may not contractually obligate the 
        purchaser to modify or waive the purchaser's ten-day right of 
        rescission, and may not include a modification or waiver of the 
        ten-day right of rescission in any purchase agreement for the 
        unit.  To be effective, a modification or waiver of a 
        purchaser's ten-day right of rescission must be evidenced by an 
        instrument separate from the purchase agreement signed by the 
        purchaser more than three days after the purchaser signs the 
        purchase agreement receives the resale disclosure certificate. 
           (b) A purchaser who elects to cancel a purchase agreement 
        pursuant to subsection (a), may do so by hand delivering notice 
        thereof or mailing notice by postage prepaid United States mail 
        to the seller or the agent.  Cancellation is without penalty and 
        all payments made by the purchaser shall be refunded promptly. 
           Sec. 25.  [CORRSS-8] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        152.02, subdivision 6, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 136, 
        article 7, section 3, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 6.  [SCHEDULE V; RESTRICTIONS ON METHAMPHETAMINE 
        PRECURSOR DRUGS.] (a) As used in this subdivision, the following 
        terms have the meanings given:  
           (1) "methamphetamine precursor drug" means any compound, 
        mixture, or preparation intended for human consumption 
        containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine as its sole active 
        ingredient or as one of its active ingredients; and 
           (2) "over-the-counter sale" means a retail sale of a drug 
        or product but does not include the sale of a drug or product 
        pursuant to the terms of a valid prescription.  
           (b) The following items are listed in Schedule V: 
           (1) any compound, mixture, or preparation containing any of 
        the following limited quantities of narcotic drugs, which shall 
        include one or more nonnarcotic active medicinal ingredients in 
        sufficient proportion to confer upon the compound, mixture or 
        preparation valuable medicinal qualities other than those 
        possessed by the narcotic drug alone:  
           (i) not more than 100 milligrams of dihydrocodeine per 100 
        milliliters or per 100 grams; 
           (ii) not more than 100 milligrams of ethylmorphine per 100 
        milliliters or per 100 grams; 
           (iii) not more than 2.5 milligrams of diphenoxylate and not 
        less than 25 micrograms of atropine sulfate per dosage unit; or 
           (iv) not more than 15 milligrams of anhydrous morphine per 
        100 milliliters or per 100 grams; and 
           (2) any compound, mixture, or preparation containing 
        ephedrine or pseudoephedrine as its sole active ingredient or as 
        one of its active ingredients. 
           (c) No person may sell in a single over-the-counter sale 
        more than two packages of a methamphetamine precursor drug or a 
        combination of methamphetamine precursor drugs or any 
        combination of packages exceeding a total weight of six grams. 
           (d) Over-the-counter sales of methamphetamine precursor 
        drugs are limited to: 
           (1) packages containing not more than a total of three 
        grams of one or more methamphetamine precursor drugs, calculated 
        in terms of ephedrine base or pseudoephedrine base; or 
           (2) for nonliquid products, sales in blister packs, where 
        each blister contains not more than two dosage units, or, if the 
        use of blister packs is not technically feasible, sales in unit 
        dose packets or pouches.  
           (e) A business establishment that offers for sale 
        methamphetamine precursor drugs in an over-the-counter sale 
        shall ensure that all packages of the drugs are displayed behind 
        a checkout counter where the public is not permitted and are 
        offered for sale only by a licensed pharmacist, a registered 
        pharmacy technician, or a pharmacy clerk.  The establishment 
        shall ensure that the person making the sale requires the buyer: 
           (1) to provide photographic identification showing the 
        buyer's date of birth; and 
           (2) to sign a written or electronic document detailing the 
        date of the sale, the name of the buyer, and the amount of the 
        drug sold.  Nothing in this paragraph requires the buyer to 
        obtain a prescription for the drug's purchase.  
           (f) No person may acquire through over-the-counter sales 
        more than six grams of methamphetamine precursor drugs within a 
        30-day period.  
           (g) No person may sell in an over-the-counter sale a 
        methamphetamine precursor drug to a person under the age of 18 
        years.  It is an affirmative defense to a charge under this 
        paragraph if the defendant proves by a preponderance of the 
        evidence that the defendant reasonably and in good faith relied 
        on proof of age as described in section 340A.503, subdivision 6. 
           (h) A person who knowingly violates paragraph (c), (d), 
        (e), (f), or (g) is guilty of a misdemeanor and may be sentenced 
        to imprisonment for not more than 90 days, or to payment of a 
        fine of not more than $1,000, or both. 
           (i) An owner, operator, supervisor, or manager of a 
        business establishment that offers for sale methamphetamine 
        precursor drugs whose employee or agent is convicted of or 
        charged with violating paragraph (c), (d), (e), (f), or (g) is 
        not subject to the criminal penalties for violating any of those 
        paragraphs if the person: 
           (1) did not have prior knowledge of, participate in, or 
        direct the employee or agent to commit the violation; and 
           (2) documents that an employee training program was in 
        place to provide the employee or agent with information on the 
        state and federal laws and regulations regarding methamphetamine 
        precursor drugs. 
           (j) Any person employed by a business establishment that 
        offers for sale methamphetamine precursor drugs who sells such a 
        drug to any person in a suspicious transaction shall report the 
        transaction to the owner, supervisor, or manager of the 
        establishment.  The owner, supervisor, or manager may report the 
        transaction to local law enforcement.  A person who reports 
        information under this subdivision in good faith is immune from 
        civil liability relating to the report. 
           (k) Paragraphs (c) (b) to (j) do not apply to: 
           (1) pediatric products labeled pursuant to federal 
        regulation primarily intended for administration to children 
        under 12 years of age according to label instructions; 
           (2) methamphetamine precursor drugs that are certified by 
        the Board of Pharmacy as being manufactured in a manner that 
        prevents the drug from being used to manufacture 
        methamphetamine; 
           (3) methamphetamine precursor drugs in gel capsule or 
        liquid form; or 
           (4) compounds, mixtures, or preparations in powder form 
        where pseudoephedrine constitutes less than one percent of its 
        total weight and is not its sole active ingredient.  
           (l) The Board of Pharmacy, in consultation with the 
        Department of Public Safety, shall certify methamphetamine 
        precursor drugs that meet the requirements of paragraph (k), 
        clause (2), and publish an annual listing of these drugs.  
           (m) Wholesale drug distributors licensed and regulated by 
        the Board of Pharmacy pursuant to sections 151.42 to 151.51 and 
        registered with and regulated by the United States Drug 
        Enforcement Administration are exempt from the methamphetamine 
        precursor drug storage requirements of this section. 
           (n) This section preempts all local ordinances or 
        regulations governing the sale by a business establishment of 
        over-the-counter products containing ephedrine or 
        pseudoephedrine.  All ordinances enacted prior to the effective 
        date of this act are void. 
           Sec. 26.  [CORRSS-9] [INSTRUCTION TO THE REVISOR.] 
           The revisor of statutes shall change the section or chapter 
        references in the sections of Laws 2005, chapter 164, specified 
        in column A from the number specified in column B to the number 
        specified in column C. 
                     A             B                  C   
        Section 4, para. (f)      517C               518  
        Section 5, subd. 1        518.773            518.729
        Section 10, para. (b),    518.551, subd. 5   518.725
        clause (1)
        Section 22, subd. 1       518.773            518.729
        Section 25, clause (2)    518.713, clauses   518.713, clauses
                                  (1) to (15)        (1) to (13)
           Sec. 27.  [CORRSS-9A] Laws 2005, chapter 164, section 26, 
        is amended to read: 
           Sec. 26.  [518.725] [GUIDELINE USED IN CHILD SUPPORT 
        DETERMINATIONS.] 
           Subdivision 1.  [DETERMINATION OF SUPPORT OBLIGATION.] (a) 
        The guideline in this section is a rebuttable presumption and 
        shall be used in any judicial or administrative proceeding to 
        establish or modify a support obligation under chapter 518. 
           (b) The basic child support obligation shall be determined 
        by referencing the guideline for the appropriate number of joint 
        children and the combined parental income for determining child 
        support of the parents. 
           (c) If a child is not in the custody of either parent and a 
        support order is sought against one or both parents, the basic 
        child support obligation shall be determined by referencing the 
        guideline for the appropriate number of joint children, and the 
        parent's individual parental income for determining child 
        support, not the combined parental incomes for determining child 
        support of the parents.  
           (d) For combined parental incomes for determining child 
        support exceeding $15,000 per month, the presumed basic child 
        support obligations shall be as for parents with combined 
        parental income for determining child support of $15,000 per 
        month.  A basic child support obligation in excess of this level 
        may be demonstrated for those reasons set forth in section 
        518.714.  
           Subd. 2.  [BASIC SUPPORT; GUIDELINE.] Unless otherwise 
        agreed to by the parents and approved by the court, when 
        establishing basic support, the court must order that basic 
        support be divided between the parents based on their 
        proportionate share of the parents' combined monthly parental 
        income for determining child support, as determined under 
        section 518.712, subdivision 8 518.54, subdivision 15.  Basic 
        support must be computed using the following guideline: 
         Combined Parental      Number of Children
        Income for
        Determining
        Child Support    One    Two    Three  Four   Five   Six
            $0-  $799    $50    $50    $75    $75   $100   $100
           800-   899     80    129    149    173    201    233
           900-   999     90    145    167    194    226    262
         1,000- 1,099    116    161    186    216    251    291
         1,100- 1,199    145    205    237    275    320    370
         1,200- 1,299    177    254    294    341    396    459
         1,300- 1,399    212    309    356    414    480    557
         1,400- 1,499    251    368    425    493    573    664
         1,500- 1,599    292    433    500    580    673    780
         1,600- 1,699    337    502    580    673    781    905
         1,700- 1,799    385    577    666    773    897  1,040
         1,800- 1,899    436    657    758    880  1,021  1,183
         1,900- 1,999    490    742    856    994  1,152  1,336
         2,000- 2,099    516    832    960  1,114  1,292  1,498
         2,100- 2,199    528    851    981  1,139  1,320  1,531
         2,200- 2,299    538    867  1,000  1,160  1,346  1,561
         2,300- 2,399    546    881  1,016  1,179  1,367  1,586
         2,400- 2,499    554    893  1,029  1,195  1,385  1,608
         2,500- 2,599    560    903  1,040  1,208  1,400  1,625
         2,600- 2,699    570    920  1,060  1,230  1,426  1,655
         2,700- 2,799    580    936  1,078  1,251  1,450  1,683
         2,800- 2,899    589    950  1,094  1,270  1,472  1,707
         2,900- 2,999    596    963  1,109  1,287  1,492  1,730
         3,000- 3,099    603    975  1,122  1,302  1,509  1,749
         3,100- 3,199    613    991  1,141  1,324  1,535  1,779
         3,200- 3,299    623  1,007  1,158  1,344  1,558  1,807
         3,300- 3,399    632  1,021  1,175  1,363  1,581  1,833
         3,400- 3,499    640  1,034  1,190  1,380  1,601  1,857
         3,500- 3,599    648  1,047  1,204  1,397  1,621  1,880
         3,600- 3,699    657  1,062  1,223  1,418  1,646  1,909
         3,700- 3,799    667  1,077  1,240  1,439  1,670  1,937
         3,800- 3,899    676  1,018  1,257  1,459  1,693  1,963
                              1,081
         3,900- 3,999    684  1,104  1,273  1,478  1,715  1,988
         4,000- 4,099    692  1,116  1,288  1,496  1,736  2,012
         4,100- 4,199    701  1,132  1,305  1,516  1,759  2,039
         4,200- 4,299    710  1,147  1,322  1,536  1,781  2,064
         4,300- 4,399    718  1,161  1,338  1,554  1,802  2,088
         4,400- 4,499    726  1,175  1,353  1,572  1,822  2,111
         4,500- 4,599    734  1,184  1,368  1,589  1,841  2,133
         4,600- 4,699    743  1,200  1,386  1,608  1,864  2,160
         4,700- 4,799    753  1,215  1,402  1,627  1,887  2,186
         4,800- 4,899    762  1,231  1,419  1,645  1,908  2,212
         4,900- 4,999    771  1,246  1,435  1,663  1,930  2,236
         5,000- 5,099    780  1,260  1,450  1,680  1,950  2,260
         5,100- 5,199    788  1,275  1,468  1,701  1,975  2,289
         5,200- 5,299    797  1,290  1,485  1,722  1,999  2,317
         5,300- 5,399    805  1,304  1,502  1,743  2,022  2,345
         5,400- 5,499    812  1,318  1,518  1,763  2,046  2,372
         5,500- 5,599    820  1,331  1,535  1,782  2,068  2,398
         5,600- 5,699    829  1,346  1,551  1,801  2,090  2,424
         5,700- 5,799    838  1,357  1,568  1,819  2,111  2,449
         5,800- 5,899    847  1,376  1,583  1,837  2,132  2,473
         5,900- 5,999    856  1,390  1,599  1,855  2,152  2,497
         6,000- 6,099    864  1,404  1,614  1,872  2,172  2,520
         6,100- 6,199    874  1,419  1,631  1,892  2,195  2,546
         6,200- 6,299    883  1,433  1,645  1,912  2,217  2,572
         6,300- 6,399    892  1,448  1,664  1,932  2,239  2,597
         6,400- 6,499    901  1,462  1,682  1,951  2,260  2,621
         6,500- 6,599    910  1,476  1,697  1,970  2,282  2,646
         6,600- 6,699    919  1,490  1,713  1,989  2,305  2,673
         6,700- 6,799    927  1,505  1,730  2,009  2,328  2,700
         6,800- 6,899    936  1,519  1,746  2,028  2,350  2,727
         6,900- 6,999    944  1,533  1,762  2,047  2,379  2,753
         7,000- 7,099    952  1,547  1,778  2,065  2,394  2,779
         7,100- 7,199    961  1,561  1,795  2,085  2,417  2,805
         7,200- 7,299    971  1,574  1,812  2,104  2,439  2,830
         7,300- 7,399    980  1,587  1,828  2,123  2,462  2,854
         7,400- 7,499    989  1,600  1,844  2,142  2,483  2,879
         7,500- 7,599    998  1,613  1,860  2,160  2,505  2,903
         7,600- 7,699  1,006  1,628  1,877  2,180  2,528  2,929
         7,700- 7,799  1,015  1,643  1,894  2,199  2,550  2,955
         7,800- 7,899  1,023  1,658  1,911  2,218  2,572  2,981
         7,900- 7,999  1,032  1,673  1,928  2,237  2,594  3,007
         8,000- 8,099  1,040  1,688  1,944  2,256  2,616  3,032
         8,100- 8,199  1,048  1,703  1,960  2,274  2,637  3,057
         8,200- 8,299  1,056  1,717  1,976  2,293  2,658  3,082
         8,300- 8,399  1,064  1,731  1,992  2,311  2,679  3,106
         8,400- 8,499  1,072  1,746  2,008  2,328  2,700  3,130
         8,500- 8,599  1,080  1,760  2,023  2,346  2,720  3,154
         8,600- 8,699  1,092  1,780  2,047  2,374  2,752  3,191
         8,700- 8,799  1,105  1,801  2,071  2,401  2,784  3,228
         8,800- 8,899  1,118  1,822  2,094  2,429  2,816  3,265
         8,900- 8,999  1,130  1,842  2,118  2,456  2,848  3,302
         9,000- 9,099  1,143  1,863  2,142  2,484  2,880  3,339
         9,100- 9,199  1,156  1,884  2,166  2,512  2,912  3,376
         9,200- 9,299  1,168  1,904  2,190  2,539  2,944  3,413
         9,300- 9,399  1,181  1,925  2,213  2,567  2,976  3,450
         9,400- 9,499  1,194  1,946  2,237  2,594  3,008  3,487
         9,500- 9,599  1,207  1,967  2,261  2,622  3,040  3,525
         9,600- 9,699  1,219  1,987  2,285  2,650  3,072  3,562
         9,700- 9,799  1,232  2,008  2,309  2,677  3,104  3,599
         9,800- 9,899  1,245  2,029  2,332  2,705  3,136  3,636
         9,900- 9,999  1,257  2,049  2,356  2,732  3,168  3,673
        10,000-10,099  1,270  2,070  2,380  2,760  3,200  3,710
        10,100-10,199  1,283  2,091  2,404  2,788  3,232  3,747
        10,200-10,299  1,295  2,111  2,428  2,815  3,264  3,784
        10,300-10,399  1,308  2,132  2,451  2,843  3,296  3,821
        10,400-10,499  1,321  2,153  2,475  2,870  3,328  3,858
        10,500-10,599  1,334  2,174  2,499  2,898  3,360  3,896
        10,600-10,699  1,346  2,194  2,523  2,926  3,392  3,933
        10,700-10,799  1,359  2,215  2,547  2,953  3,424  3,970
        10,800-10,899  1,372  2,236  2,570  2,981  3,456  4,007
        10,900-10,999  1,384  2,256  2,594  3,008  3,488  4,044
        11,000-11,099  1,397  2,277  2,618  3,036  3,520  4,081
        11,100-11,199  1,410  2,298  2,642  3,064  3,552  4,118
        11,200-11,299  1,422  2,318  2,666  3,091  3,584  4,155
        11,300-11,399  1,435  2,339  2,689  3,119  3,616  4,192
        11,400-11,499  1,448  2,360  2,713  3,146  3,648  4,229
        11,500-11,599  1,461  2,381  2,737  3,174  3,680  4,267
        11,600-11,699  1,473  2,401  2,761  3,202  3,712  4,304
        11,700-11,799  1,486  2,422  2,785  3,229  3,744  4,341
        11,800-11,899  1,499  2,443  2,808  3,257  3,776  4,378
        11,900-11,999  1,511  2,463  2,832  3,284  3,808  4,415
        12,000-12,099  1,524  2,484  2,856  3,312  3,840  4,452
        12,100-12,199  1,537  2,505  2,880  3,340  3,872  4,489
        12,200-12,299  1,549  2,525  2,904  3,367  3,904  4,526
        12,300-12,399  1,562  2,546  2,927  3,395  3,936  4,563
        12,400-12,499  1,575  2,567  2,951  3,422  3,968  4,600
        12,500-12,599  1,588  2,588  2,975  3,450  4,000  4,638
        12,600-12,699  1,600  2,608  2,999  3,478  4,032  4,675
        12,700-12,799  1,613  2,629  3,023  3,505  4,064  4,712
        12,800-12,899  1,626  2,650  3,046  3,533  4,096  4,749
        12,900-12,999  1,638  2,670  3,070  3,560  4,128  4,786
        13,000-13,099  1,651  2,691  3,094  3,588  4,160  4,823
        13,100-13,199  1,664  2,712  3,118  3,616  4,192  4,860
        13,200-13,299  1,676  2,732  3,142  3,643  4,224  4,897
        13,300-13,399  1,689  2,753  3,165  3,671  4,256  4,934
        13,400-13,499  1,702  2,774  3,189  3,698  4,288  4,971
        13,500-13,599  1,715  2,795  3,213  3,726  4,320  5,009
        13,600-13,699  1,727  2,815  3,237  3,754  4,352  5,046
        13,700-13,799  1,740  2,836  3,261  3,781  4,384  5,083
        13,800-13,899  1,753  2,857  3,284  3,809  4,416  5,120
        13,900-13,999  1,765  2,877  3,308  3,836  4,448  5,157
        14,000-14,009  1,778  2,898  3,332  3,864  4,480  5,194
               14,099
        14,100-14,199  1,791  2,919  3,356  3,892  4,512  5,231
        14,200-14,299  1,803  2,939  3,380  3,919  4,544  5,268
        14,300-14,399  1,816  2,960  3,403  3,947  4,576  5,305
        14,400-14,499  1,829  2,981  3,427  3,974  4,608  5,342
        14,500-14,599  1,842  3,002  3,451  4,002  4,640  5,380
        14,600-14,699  1,854  3,022  3,475  4,030  4,672  5,417
        14,700-14,799  1,867  3,043  3,499  4,057  4,704  5,454
        14,800-14,899  1,880  3,064  3,522  4,085  4,736  5,491
        14,900-14,999  1,892  3,084  3,546  4,112  4,768  5,528
        15,000, or     1,905  3,105  3,570  4,140  4,800  5,565
        the amount
        in effect
        under subd. 4
           Subd. 3.  [INCOME CAP ON DETERMINING BASIC SUPPORT.] (a) 
        The basic support obligation for parents with a combined 
        parental income for determining child support in excess of the 
        income limit currently in effect under subdivision 2 must be the 
        same dollar amount as provided for the parties with a combined 
        parental income for determining child support equal to the 
        income in effect under subdivision 2. 
           (b) A court may order a basic support obligation in a child 
        support order in an amount that exceeds the income limit in 
        subdivision 2 if it finds that a child has a disability or other 
        substantial, demonstrated need for the additional support for 
        those reasons set forth in section 518.714 and that the 
        additional support will directly benefit the child. 
           (c) The dollar amount for the cap in subdivision 2 must be 
        adjusted on July 1 of every even-numbered year to reflect 
        cost-of-living changes.  The Supreme Court must select the index 
        for the adjustment from the indices listed in section 518.641, 
        subdivision 1.  The state court administrator must make the 
        changes in the dollar amounts required by this paragraph 
        available to courts and the public on or before April 30 of the 
        year in which the amount is to change. 
           Subd. 4.  [MORE THAN SIX CHILDREN.] If a child support 
        proceeding involves more than six children, the court may derive 
        a support order without specifically following the guidelines.  
        However, the court must consider the basic principles 
        encompassed by the guidelines and must consider both parents' 
        needs, resources, and circumstances. 
           Sec. 28.  [CORRSS-9B] Laws 2005, chapter 164, section 29, 
        is amended to read: 
           Sec. 29.  [INSTRUCTION TO THE REVISOR.] 
           The revisor of statutes shall create in the first edition 
        of or supplement to Minnesota Statutes published after June 30, 
        2005 2006, a new chapter which shall be comprised of the 
        provisions of Minnesota Statutes, chapter 518, that relate to 
        the provision of support for children.  The transferred 
        provisions shall be arranged as follows: 
           (1) definitions; 
           (2) computations of basic support and the related 
        calculations, adjustments, and guidelines that may affect the 
        computations; 
           (3) child care support; 
           (4) medical support; 
           (5) ability to pay and self-support reserves; 
           (6) deviation factors; and 
           (7) collection, administrative, and other matters.  
           The new chapter shall be edited by the revisor in 
        accordance with usual editorial practices as provided by 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 3C.10.  If the revisor determines 
        that additional changes are necessary to assure the clarity and 
        utility of the new chapter, the revisor shall draft and propose 
        appropriate legislation to the legislature.  
           [EFFECTIVE DATE.] This section is effective the day 
        following final enactment. 
           Sec. 29.  [CORRSS-9C] [EFFECTIVE DATE.] 
           Laws 2005, chapter 164, sections 28 and 30, are effective 
        July 1, 2005. 
           Sec. 30.  [CORRSS-10A] Laws 2005, chapter 20, article 1, 
        section 46, subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
           Subdivision 1.  [WILLMAR REGIONAL TREATMENT CENTER.] (a) 
        Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, sections 16B.281 to 16B.287, 
        or other law, administrative rule, or commissioner's order to 
        the contrary, the commissioner of administration may convey to a 
        local unit of government for no consideration all or part of the 
        real property at the Willmar Regional Treatment Center for 
        public purposes consistent with the master plan and reuse 
        study.  The conveyance shall be in a form approved by the 
        attorney general and subject to Minnesota Statutes, section 
        16A.695.  
           (b) The commissioner of administration may require the 
        local unit of government to reimburse the state for all or part 
        of any campus redevelopment funded and completed by the state. 
           (c) Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section 16C.23, the 
        commissioner of administration may convey to a local unit of 
        government for no consideration all or part of the personal 
        property determined by the commissioner of human services to be 
        no longer needed for human services operations.  
           (d) If the local unit of government sells any property 
        conveyed under this section to a private entity, the sale must 
        comply with Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.695, including the 
        requirement that it be at fair market value, and the local unit 
        of government may, notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section 
        16A.695, subdivision 3, retain up to $568,000 of the sale 
        proceeds to fund its repurchase of a portion of the property for 
        public purposes.  Upon the local unit of government's subsequent 
        sale of any portion of the property that was acquired with the 
        retained sale proceeds, the net proceeds of the subsequent sale 
        must be paid to the commissioner of finance. 
           Sec. 31.  [CORRSS-11A] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        383B.217, subdivision 7, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 125, 
        article 2, section 7, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 7.  [PURCHASING, CONTRACTING, MEETINGS, DATA.] (a) 
        Contracting and purchasing made on behalf of the HMO, ambulatory 
        health center, or other clinics authorized under section 
        383B.219, of goods, materials, supplies, equipment, and services 
        that are incidental to or that are included as part of a 
        contract for the purchase of goods, materials, supplies, or 
        equipment are specifically exempted from sections 383B.141 to 
        383B.151 and 471.345 or other applicable laws related to public 
        procurement.  Contracting and purchasing of services shall 
        comply with sections 383B.141 to 383B.151 or other applicable 
        laws related to public procurement. 
           (b) Notwithstanding chapter 13D, the county board on behalf 
        of the HMO or Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc., may meet in 
        closed session to discuss and take action on specific products 
        or services that are in direct competition with other providers 
        of goods or services in the public or private sector, if 
        disclosure of information pertaining to those matters would 
        clearly harm the competitive position of the HMO or Hennepin 
        Healthcare System, Inc. 
           (c) The HMO or Hennepin Healthcare System, Inc., shall 
        inform the county board when there are matters that are 
        appropriate for discussion or action under paragraph (b).  The 
        county administrator or the administrator's designee shall give 
        the board an opinion on the propriety of discussion or action 
        under paragraph (b) for each of the matters.  The county board 
        may, by a majority vote in a public meeting, decide to hold a 
        closed meeting under paragraph (b).  The purpose, time, and 
        place of the meeting must be announced at a public meeting.  A 
        written roll of members present at a closed meeting must be made 
        available to the public after the closed meeting.  The 
        proceedings of a closed meeting must be tape recorded at the 
        expense of the county board and be preserved for not less than 
        five years after the meeting.  The data on the tape are 
        nonpublic data under section 13.02, subdivision 9, until two 
        years after the meeting.  A contract entered into by the county 
        board at a meeting held on behalf of the HMO is subject to 
        section 471.345.  All bids and any related materials that are 
        considered at the meeting must be retained for a period of not 
        less than five years.  After the expiration of the term of any 
        contract entered into pursuant to this subdivision or a period 
        of two years, whichever is less, the contract, the bids, and any 
        related materials are public data.  The contract, the bids, and 
        any related materials are subject to review by the state auditor 
        at any time. 
           (d) Data concerning specific products or services that are 
        in direct competition with other providers of goods or services 
        in the public or private sector are trade secret information for 
        purposes of section 13.37, to the extent disclosure of 
        information pertaining to the matters would clearly harm the 
        competitive position of the HMO.  The data are trade secret 
        information for the term of the contract or a two-year period, 
        whichever is less.  
           (e) Notwithstanding section 471.345 or other applicable 
        law, the county board on behalf of the HMO, ambulatory health 
        center, or other clinics authorized under section 383B.219, may 
        contract, except for services, by any means that the county 
        board or at its direction the HMO, ambulatory health center, or 
        other clinics authorized under section 383B.219, may determine.  
        When contracting for services, the county board must comply with 
        sections 383B.141 to 383B.151 and other applicable law, except 
        that the board may contract with a private or public cooperative 
        purchasing organization if it can be established that the 
        purchasing organization's services that are purchased have been 
        awarded through a competitive or request for proposal process.  
           (f) This subdivision applies to the HMO, Hennepin 
        Healthcare System, Inc., ambulatory health centers, or other 
        clinics authorized under section 383B.219, as well as any other 
        organization, association, partnership, or corporation 
        authorized by Hennepin County under section 144.581. 
           Sec. 32.  [CORRSS-11B] Laws 2005, chapter 125, article 1, 
        section 13, subdivision 5, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 5.  [NO ADVERTISING OR BIDS.] The county may transfer 
        and lease the assets and real property to the corporation as 
        specified in subdivisions 2 and 3 4 without first advertising 
        for or soliciting any bids. 
           Sec. 33.  [CORRSS-11C] Laws 2005, chapter 125, article 1, 
        section 16, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 16.  [383B.916] [FINANCING THROUGH COUNTY.] 
           In addition to the authority granted in section 16 15, the 
        county may finance any improvements, equipment, or other 
        property to be operated by the corporation and may issue bonds 
        for such purposes pursuant to and subject to the procedures and 
        limitations set forth in section 373.40, 383B.117, 447.45, or 
        other law, as appropriate, whether or not the capital 
        improvement or equipment to be financed is to be owned by the 
        county or the corporation. 
           Sec. 34.  [CORRSS-11D] Laws 2005, chapter 125, article 1, 
        section 29, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 29.  [EFFECTIVE DATES.] 
           (a) Sections 3 1 to 8, regarding governance and corporate 
        powers; section 14, subdivision 1, regarding the establishment 
        of personnel policies; and section 17, regarding the Minnesota 
        Open Meeting Law and the Government Data Practices Act are 
        effective when the initial board of the corporation is appointed 
        by the county board.  
           (b) The remaining sections provisions of the bill article 
        are effective the day after the county board files a certificate 
        of local approval in compliance with Minnesota Statutes, section 
        645.021, subdivision 3, after which the corporation shall 
        commence operation and management of Hennepin County Medical 
        Center. 
           Sec. 35.  [CORRSS-12] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        168.27, subdivision 29, as amended by Laws 2005, First Special 
        Session chapter 1, article 1, section 81, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 29.  [FLEXIBLE FUEL VEHICLE NOTICE.] At the time a 
        dealer delivers a new flexible fuel vehicle, the dealer must 
        provide written notice to the consumer that the vehicle is 
        capable of using alternative fuels, including E85 fuel. 
           [EFFECTIVE DATE.] This section is effective retroactively 
        on July 1, 2005. 
           Sec. 36.  [CORRSS-12A] (a) Laws 2005, First Special Session 
        chapter 1, article 2, section 32, is effective October 1, 2005. 
           (b) Laws 2005, First Special Session chapter 1, article 2, 
        sections 59 to 63, are effective December 13, 2005. 
           Sec. 37.  [CORRSS-14] Laws 2005, First Special Session 
        chapter 1, article 2, section 11, subdivision 4, is amended to 
        read: 
        Subd. 4.  Citizen Advisory Committee      10,000         10,000
                      Summary by Fund
        Trust Fund               10,000        10,000
        $10,000 the first year and $10,000 the 
        second year are from the trust fund to 
        the Legislative Commission on Minnesota 
        Resources for expenses of the citizen 
        advisory committee as provided in 
        Minnesota Statutes, section 116P.06, 
        and expenses of the advisory task force 
        in article 2, section 156.  
        Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, 
        section 16A.281, the availability of 
        $15,000 of the appropriation from Laws 
        2003, chapter 128, article 1, section 
        9, subdivision 4, advisory committee, 
        is extended to June 30, 2007. 
           Sec. 38.  [CORRSS-15] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        290.01, subdivision 19a, as amended by Laws 2005, chapter 151, 
        article 6, section 12, and 2005 First Special Session H.F. No. 
        138, if enacted, is amended to read: 
           Subd. 19a.  [ADDITIONS TO FEDERAL TAXABLE INCOME.] For 
        individuals, estates, and trusts, there shall be added to 
        federal taxable income: 
           (1)(i) interest income on obligations of any state other 
        than Minnesota or a political or governmental subdivision, 
        municipality, or governmental agency or instrumentality of any 
        state other than Minnesota exempt from federal income taxes 
        under the Internal Revenue Code or any other federal statute; 
        and 
           (ii) exempt-interest dividends as defined in section 
        852(b)(5) of the Internal Revenue Code, except the portion of 
        the exempt-interest dividends derived from interest income on 
        obligations of the state of Minnesota or its political or 
        governmental subdivisions, municipalities, governmental agencies 
        or instrumentalities, but only if the portion of the 
        exempt-interest dividends from such Minnesota sources paid to 
        all shareholders represents 95 percent or more of the 
        exempt-interest dividends that are paid by the regulated 
        investment company as defined in section 851(a) of the Internal 
        Revenue Code, or the fund of the regulated investment company as 
        defined in section 851(g) of the Internal Revenue Code, making 
        the payment; and 
           (iii) for the purposes of items (i) and (ii), interest on 
        obligations of an Indian tribal government described in section 
        7871(c) of the Internal Revenue Code shall be treated as 
        interest income on obligations of the state in which the tribe 
        is located; 
           (2) the amount of income or sales and use taxes paid or 
        accrued within the taxable year under this chapter and the 
        amount of taxes based on net income paid or sales and use taxes 
        paid to any other state or to any province or territory of 
        Canada, to the extent allowed as a deduction under section 63(d) 
        of the Internal Revenue Code, but the addition may not be more 
        than the amount by which the itemized deductions as allowed 
        under section 63(d) of the Internal Revenue Code exceeds the 
        amount of (i) the standard deduction as defined in section 63(c) 
        of the Internal Revenue Code minus (ii) any the addition which 
        would have been required under clause (10) if the taxpayer had 
        claimed the standard deduction.  For the purpose of this 
        paragraph, the disallowance of itemized deductions under section 
        68 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, income or sales and use 
        tax is the last itemized deduction disallowed; 
           (3) the capital gain amount of a lump sum distribution to 
        which the special tax under section 1122(h)(3)(B)(ii) of the Tax 
        Reform Act of 1986, Public Law 99-514, applies; 
           (4) the amount of income taxes paid or accrued within the 
        taxable year under this chapter and taxes based on net income 
        paid to any other state or any province or territory of Canada, 
        to the extent allowed as a deduction in determining federal 
        adjusted gross income.  For the purpose of this paragraph, 
        income taxes do not include the taxes imposed by sections 
        290.0922, subdivision 1, paragraph (b), 290.9727, 290.9728, and 
        290.9729; 
           (5) the amount of expense, interest, or taxes disallowed 
        pursuant to section 290.10 other than expenses or interest used 
        in computing net interest income for the subtraction allowed 
        under subdivision 19b, clause (1); 
           (6) the amount of a partner's pro rata share of net income 
        which does not flow through to the partner because the 
        partnership elected to pay the tax on the income under section 
        6242(a)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code; 
           (7) 80 percent of the depreciation deduction allowed under 
        section 168(k) of the Internal Revenue Code.  For purposes of 
        this clause, if the taxpayer has an activity that in the taxable 
        year generates a deduction for depreciation under section 168(k) 
        and the activity generates a loss for the taxable year that the 
        taxpayer is not allowed to claim for the taxable year, "the 
        depreciation allowed under section 168(k)" for the taxable year 
        is limited to excess of the depreciation claimed by the activity 
        under section 168(k) over the amount of the loss from the 
        activity that is not allowed in the taxable year.  In succeeding 
        taxable years when the losses not allowed in the taxable year 
        are allowed, the depreciation under section 168(k) is allowed; 
           (8) 80 percent of the amount by which the deduction allowed 
        by section 179 of the Internal Revenue Code exceeds the 
        deduction allowable by section 179 of the Internal Revenue Code 
        of 1986, as amended through December 31, 2003; 
           (9) to the extent deducted in computing federal taxable 
        income, the amount of the deduction allowable under section 199 
        of the Internal Revenue Code; 
           (10) for tax years beginning after December 31, 2004, to 
        the extent deducted in computing federal taxable income, the 
        amount by which the standard deduction allowed under section 
        63(c) of the Internal Revenue Code exceeds the standard 
        deduction allowable under section 63(c) of the Internal Revenue 
        Code of 1986, as amended through December 31, 2003; and 
           (11) the exclusion allowed under section 139A of the 
        Internal Revenue Code for federal subsidies for prescription 
        drug plans. 
           Sec. 39.  [CORRSS-15A] Minnesota Statutes 2004, section 
        290.0675, subdivision 1, as amended by 2005 First Special 
        Session H.F. No. 138, if enacted, is amended to read: 
           Subdivision 1.  [DEFINITIONS.] (a) For purposes of this 
        section the following terms have the meanings given. 
           (b) "Earned income" means the sum of the following, to the 
        extent included in Minnesota taxable income: 
           (1) earned income as defined in section 32(c)(2) of the 
        Internal Revenue Code; 
           (2) income received from a retirement pension, 
        profit-sharing, stock bonus, or annuity plan; and 
           (3) Social Security benefits as defined in section 86(d)(1) 
        of the Internal Revenue Code. 
           (c) "Taxable income" means net income as defined in section 
        290.01, subdivision 19. 
           (d) "Earned income of lesser-earning spouse" means the 
        earned income of the spouse with the lesser amount of earned 
        income as defined in paragraph (b) for the taxable year minus 
        the sum of (i) the amount for one exemption under section 151(d) 
        of the Internal Revenue Code and (ii) one-half the amount of the 
        standard deduction under section 63(c)(2)(A) and (4) of the 
        Internal Revenue Code minus one-half of any addition required 
        under section 290.01, subdivision 19a, clause (10) and one-half 
        of the addition which would have been required under section 
        290.01, subdivision 19a, clause (10), if the taxpayer had 
        claimed the standard deduction. 
           Sec. 40.  [CORRSS-16] Laws 2005, First Special Session H. F.
        No. 139, article 9, section 16, if enacted, is amended to read: 
           Sec. 16.  [EFFECTIVE DATE; RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER 
        APPROPRIATIONS.] 
           (a) Appropriations in this act are effective retroactively 
        from July 1, 2005, and supersede and replace funding authorized 
        by order of the Ramsey County District Court in Case No. 
        C9-05-5928, as well as by Laws 2005, First Special Session 
        chapter 2, which provided temporary funding through July 14, 
        2005.  The other language in this article is effective August 1, 
        2005, and any sections in this act without a specific effective 
        date are effective the day following final enactment.  
           Sec. 41.  [ALBERT LEA SPECIAL ELECTION.] 
           Notwithstanding the provisions of 2005 First Special 
        Session H. F. No. 138, article 5, section 38, subdivision 3, if 
        enacted, the Albert Lea City Council may submit the question to 
        the voters at a special election on November 8, 2005. 
           Sec. 42.  [EFFECTIVE DATE.] 
           Unless otherwise provided, each section of this act takes 
        effect at the time the provision being corrected takes effect. 
           Presented to the governor July 15, 2005 
           Signed by the governor July 25, 2005, 2:00 p.m.

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