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Veto Details

Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Year search results for: 1995

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1995 - Governor Arne Carlson
Full Bills Vetoed (including pockets): 13
Pocket Vetoes: 0
Bills with Line Item Vetoes: 7
Lines Vetoed: 23
Full Bills + Bills with Line Vetoes: 20
Full Bills + Lines Vetoed: 36
Session Chapter Bill # Companion # Governor's Message Topic Full or Line (# of lines) Overridden?
79th Legislature 265 SF371 HF611 6/1/1995 Omnibus transportation and public safety funding bill.
Line Item: Article 2, Section 2, Page 10, Lines 57-58 and Page 11, Lines 1-36: $250,000 for research and operational testing of a road-powered electric vehicle system as part of the Saints road project in St. Cloud.
Line (1) No attempt
79th Legislature 254 SF1678 HF1001 6/1/1995 Omnibus state departments appropriations bill.
Line Item: Art. 1, Sec. 14, Subd. 8, Lines 32-38: Restores cuts of $1,000,000 to the budget of the Department of Finance.
Line (1) No attempt
79th Legislature 237 SF538 HF796 5/25/1995 State agencies license fee refunds. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 234 SF845 HF1077 5/25/1995 MinnesotaCare program modifications.
Line Item: Page 210, Art. 11, Sec. 2, Subd. 4, Lines 26-35: $300,000 for the first year and $300,000 for the second year to cover the cost of indigent care at the University of Minnesota Dental School.
Line Item: Page 210, Art. 11, Sec. 2, Subd. 4, Lines 36-42: $200,000 in the second year for the University of Minnesota-Duluth Medical School.
Line (2) No attempt
79th Legislature 226 HF1700 SF1653 5/25/1995 Omnibus judiciary finance and criminal justice appropriations bill.
6 Line Items
Line (6) No attempt
79th Legislature 224 SF1670 none 5/25/1995 Omnibus trade and economic development bill.
6 Line Items
Line (6) No attempt
79th Legislature 221 SF255 5/25/1995 Elevator mechanic registration and regulation required, and money appropriated. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 220 SF106 HF1857 5/21/1995 Omnibus environment and natural resources and agriculture appropriations bill.
5 Line Items
Line (5) No attempt
79th Legislature 217 SF529 5/25/1995 High rise buildings automatic fire safety sprinkler systems installation requirement. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 210 SF381 5/25/1995 Veterans homes and armory provisions modifications. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 209 SF734 5/25/1995 A bill that would mandate changes to switch telephone equipment: emergency telephone service (911) requirements. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 197 HF431 5/19/1995 Homestead property included in areawide tax base, and areawide tax rate application provided. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 196 SF537 5/22/1995 Drivers license or permit application fee refunds; improved security drivers license and identification card program evaluation; state contracts validity determination conditions. Full Attempted
79th Legislature 178 HF5 SF1 5/18/1995 Welfare Reform Bill.
Line Item: Page 111, Article 6, Section 16, Subdivision 2; $6,427,000 for the "Temporary County Assistance Program", a cash assistance program for single adults.
Line Item: Page 66, Article 2, Sec. 48, Subdivision 2; $150,000 for a food stamp outreach program.
Line (2) No attempt
79th Legislature 173 SF375 5/18/1995 Preferred alternative electric energy sources expansion Full No attempt
79th Legislature 172 HF493 5/18/1995 Local police, fire, teacher, and public employee pension plans modified. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 160 SF1402 5/12/1995 A bill to establish a state employee suggestion program to improve government efficiency and effectiveness. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 157 SF308 5/10/1995 A bill relating to crime prevention: special motor vehicle license plates issuance conditions modification; prior license revocation definition expansion for DWI criminal penalties purposes. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 138 HF624 5/9/1995 Public employees running for elective office provided leaves of absence. Full No attempt
79th Legislature 117 HF1485 5/4/1995 Protective agent security guards permitted to perform certain traffic control duties. Full No attempt