Governor Dayton Signs Six Bills into Law

Mark Dayton

ST. PAUL, MN – Today, Governor Mark Dayton signed six bills into law.

 

  • Chapter 186, SF 1246: This public safety bill requires a driver to stop and investigate possible personal injury or property damage following a collision. This bill passed the House 124–3 and the Senate 45-16.

 

  • Chapter 188, HF 859: This housing bill establishes remedies for victims of violence to terminate lease agreements. The bill also establishes a Housing Opportunities Made Equitable pilot project. The bill passed unanimously in both chambers.

 

  • Chapter 189, HF 892: This bill updates the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act. The bill passed unanimously in both chambers.

 

  • Chapter 190, HF 2605: This bill relates to the automated property system (APS) for tracking scrap metal and scrap vehicle transactions. It delays the implementation date and establishes parameters for a transaction fee. The bill passed the House 113-17 and the Senate 62-0.

 

  • Chapter 191, HF 2213: This mortgage foreclosures bill amends the definition of a “small servicer”. The bill also clarifies the statute of limitations for certain foreclosure claims. The bill passed unanimously in both chambers.

 

  • Chapter 193, SF 2066: This bill creates a Legislative Commission on Data Practices and Personal Data Privacy. The bill passed the House 124-3 and the Senate 63-0.
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