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Veto Details

Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Year search results for: 1995

Vetoes Home
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

 

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.