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1994 Minnesota Session Laws

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                            CHAPTER 559-H.F.No. 2710 
                  An act relating to state government; modifying 
                  requirements for reports to the legislature; requiring 
                  creation of a system for electronic applications for 
                  licenses; requiring a study; proposing coding for new 
                  law in Minnesota Statutes, chapters 3; and 16B. 
           Section 1.  [3.197] [REQUIRED REPORTS.] 
           A report to the legislature must contain, at the beginning 
        of the report, the cost of preparing the report, including any 
        costs incurred by another agency or another level of government. 
           Sec. 2.  [16B.467] [ELECTRONIC PERMITTING AND LICENSING.] 
           The commissioner of administration shall develop and 
        implement a system under which people seeking state permits or 
        licenses that can be issued immediately upon payment of a fee 
        can obtain these permits and licenses through electronic access 
        to the appropriate state agencies.  
           Sec. 3.  [STUDY.] 
           The commissioner of administration shall study and report 
        to the legislature by January 1, 1995, on the best way to 
        increase conveniently accessible and affordable electronic 
        services to citizens, including electronic licensing and 
        permitting of a wide variety of state services.  As part of this 
        study, the commissioner shall consider the advisability of using 
        the state lottery computer network as a vehicle for delivering 
        these services. 
           Sec. 4.  [INSTRUCTIONS TO REVISOR.] 
           It is the intent of the legislature to repeal or otherwise 
        remove from Minnesota Statutes all standing requirements for 
        unnecessary periodic reports from state agencies to the 
        legislature.  By October 1, 1994, the revisor of statutes shall 
        submit to the chairs of the house and senate governmental 
        operations committees a list of required periodic reports in 
        Minnesota Statutes, including a statutory citation to each 
           Presented to the governor May 2, 1994 
           Signed by the governor May 4, 1994, 3:22 p.m.

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