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Veto Details, Minnesota Legislature

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2012 - Governor Mark Dayton
Governor Dayton vetoed Chapter 167 on April 9, 2012. The accompanying letter acknowledged that his veto of the proposed constitutional amendment was a symbolic act and will not prohibit the question from appearing on the ballot.
Full Bills Vetoed (including pockets): 32      Pocket Vetoes: 2
Bills with Line Item Vetoes: 0      Lines Vetoed: 0
Full Bills + Bills with Line Vetoes: 32      Full Bills + Lines Vetoed: 32     
Session Chapter Bill # Companion # Governor's Message Topic Full or Line (# of lines) Overridden?
87th Legislature 297 HF322 SF1402 5/24/2012 Pocket Veto Parenting time presumption increased. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 296 HF247 SF872 5/14/2012 Pocket Veto Omnibus tax bill; state and local government finance provisions changed relating to income and corporate, property, sales and use, mineral, and miscellaneous taxes; and other provisions changed relating to local development, estate taxes, and homestead market value cleanup; and money appropriated. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 291 SF1755 HF1977 5/9/2012 Collective bargaining offers public data establishment; memorandum of understanding submission to the legislative coordinating commission (LCC) establishment; state employees unpaid leave option to avoid layoffs establishment. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 285 HF2337 SF1972 5/4/2012 Omnibus tax bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 284 SF1717 HF2087 5/7/2012 Modifying the State Building Code, and amending Minnesota Statutes related to licensing and independent contractors. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 281 SF1656 HF1847 5/4/2012 High school academic standards and graduation requirements cyclical revision legislative authorization requirement. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 276 HF8 SF32 5/3/2012 Unified personal health premium accounts permitted. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 275 HF203 SF261 5/3/2012 Legislative approval of rules modified. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 274 HF1870 SF1690 5/3/2012 School districts allowed to base unrequested leave of absence and discharge and demotion decisions on teacher evaluation outcomes. (LIFO) Full No attempt
87th Legislature 265 HF2821 SF2424 5/2/2012 House of representatives district boundaries adjusted within senate districts 39 and 49, and obsolete district descriptions repealed. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 261 HF1134 SF877 4/30/2012 An act relating to annuity products regulation. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 256 SF1933 HF2339 4/30/2012 Health Care Compact. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 252 HF2341 SF1912 4/30/2012 Abortion; prescribing physicians required to be physically present when abortion-inducing drugs are administered. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 245 HF1974 SF2078 4/27/2012 Contract terms continuance not allowed after expiration of a collective bargaining agreement Full No attempt
87th Legislature 243 SF1694 HF1774 4/28/2012 Fireworks manufacture, sale and use regulations modifications. Full Attempted
87th Legislature 233 SF1921 HF2340 4/26/2012 Abortion facility licensure requirements. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 221 HF1976 SF1842 4/24/2012 Federal E-Verify program use by state appointing authorities required. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 214 HF1812 SF1846 4/23/2012 Department of Administration permitted to contract for waste-hauling without determining whether state employees are able to do the work. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 213 SF247 HF371 4/23/2012 Public employees insurance program (PEIP) local government employees participation or withdrawal approval requirements; service cooperative health insurance refund regulation Full No attempt
87th Legislature 191 SF2183 HF2596 4/20/2012 Education commissioner unadopted rules enforcement prohibition. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 190 HF1766 SF1630 4/20/2012 Child care assistance fund payments modified. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 168 SF1236 HF1418 4/9/2012 Innocent Successor Asbestos-Related Liability Fairness Act. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 158 SF2014 HF2404 4/5/2012 Metropolitan council member terms of service change to staggered terms and members removal provisions. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 154 HF2083 SF2492 4/5/2012 Omnibus K-12 bill Full No attempt
87th Legislature 140 HF545 SF1600 3/29/2012 State budget document required to include federal contingency planning. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 133 HF1560 SF993 3/20/2012 Office of Administrative Hearings disposition of contested case hearings provided. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 129 SF134 HF212 3/8/2012 Public employee definition modification Full No attempt
87th Legislature 126 HF1467 SF1357 3/5/2012 Firearms; public official authority to disarm individuals at any time clarified and delimited, law clarified on use of force in defense of home and person, Minnesota's self-defense and defense of home laws codified and extended. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 121 SF530 HF770 2/10/2012 Civil action verdicts, awards, and judgments interest computation modification. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 120 SF429 HF747 2/10/2012 Attorney fees awards determining factor establishment. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 119 SF373 HF654 2/10/2012 Limitation period for civil actions reduction. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 118 SF149 HF211 2/10/2012 Omnibus torts bill. Full No attempt

 

Unlike counting full vetoes, the counting of line item vetoes is inherently arbitrary. Library staff used these guidelines. If a lump- sum appropriation was broken down into several component items and the entire lump sum was vetoed, it was counted as one item. Appropriations divided into separate amounts for two fiscal years were also counted as one item.

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