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Veto Details

Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Year search results for: 1994

Vetoes Home
1994 - Governor Arne Carlson
Full Bills Vetoed (including pockets): 17
Pocket Vetoes: 0
Bills with Line Item Vetoes: 8
Lines Vetoed: 76
Full Bills + Bills with Line Vetoes: 25
Full Bills + Lines Vetoed: 93
Session Chapter Bill # Companion # Governor's Message Topic Full or Line (# of lines) Overridden?
78th Legislature 642 SF2168 HF2249 5/10/1994 Farm Disaster Relief
8 Line Items
Line (8) No attempt
78th Legislature 640 HF3230 SF2097 5/10/1994 Transportation Policy Bill
Line Item: $250,000 grant to Minnesota Job Skills Parnership Board for a St. Paul project.
Line Item: $5,500,000 to MNDOT for trunk highway spending for road operations.
Line (2) No attempt
78th Legislature 636 HF2351 none 5/10/1994 Omnibus Crime Bill
17 Line Items
Line (17) No attempt
78th Legislature 635 HF3011 SF2680 5/10/1994 Omnibus Transportation Bill.
Line Item: Section 34; $100,000
Line Item: Section 36; $250,000
Line Item: Section 37; $130,000
Line Item: Section 38; $547,000
Line (4) No attempt
78th Legislature 632 SF2913 HF3215 5/10/1994 Omnibus Supplemental Appropriations Bill
30 Line Items
Line (30) No attempt
78th Legislature 625 SF2192 HF2525 5/10/1994 MinnesotaCare bill.
Line Item: $15,064,000 transfer from the health care access fund to the general fund to supplement funding for the Medical Assistance (MA) and General Assistance Medical Care (GAMC) programs.
Line Item: $200,000 to the Office of the Attorney General to work with the Department of Health to increase Minnesota's Medicare reimbursement rate.
Line (2) No attempt
78th Legislature 621 SF1944 HF2243 5/10/1994 A bill to increase the minimum wage. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 609 SF2232 HF2645 5/6/1994 Appointments given for some county offices Full No attempt
78th Legislature 608 SF2011 HF3004 5/9/1994 A bill relating to simulated elections for minors. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 606 HF3210 5/9/1994 Omnibus health and human services appropriations bill. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 601 HF392 5/9/1994 A bill mandating the installation of automatice sprinkler systems in offices, apartment buildings. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 599 HF1919 SF1984 5/9/1994 Manufactured home sales fees clarified. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 597 HF2951 SF2494 5/9/1994 Health care access reserve account created. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 594 HF2171 SF1991 5/9/1994 Metropolitan Council new housing rules. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 593 HF1918 SF2496 5/9/1994 Business consolidated licensing established. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 576 HF2074 SF1845 5/5/1994 Omnibus juvenile crime bill
Line Item: Pg. 63, lines 22-29;
Line Item: Pg. 63, lines 30-61;
Line Item: Pg. 63, lines 6-21
Line Item: Pg. 65, lines 38-50.
Line (4) Attempted
78th Legislature 569 SF609 HF662 5/5/1994 Minneapolis Teachers Retirement Fund allowed service credit Full No attempt
78th Legislature 555 HF2925 SF2608 5/5/1994 Cook County lakeshore property required to be re-offered for sale Full No attempt
78th Legislature 544 HF2920 SF2523 4/29/1994 Environmental assistance office established Full Attempted
78th Legislature 543 HF2135 SF1698 5/2/1994 Seniors allowed small pets in mobile homes Full No attempt
78th Legislature 540 SF1867 HF2048 5/2/1994 Health care administrative costs studied by legislative auditor Full No attempt
78th Legislature 532 SF2900 HF3178 5/5/1994 Omnibus higher education appropriations bill.
9 Line Items
Line (9) No attempt
78th Legislature 492 HF2007 SF2285 4/22/1994 A bill which attempts to clarify definitions in the whistleblower law. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 481 SF1694 HF2088 4/21/1994 Civil commitment- procedures modified. Full No attempt
78th Legislature 381 SF844 HF2228 3/28/1994 Union representatives given time off by public employers. 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.