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Veto Details

Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Year search results for: 1999

Vetoes Home
1999 - Governor Jesse Ventura
Full Bills Vetoed (including pockets): 6
Pocket Vetoes: 0
Bills with Line Item Vetoes: 12
Lines Vetoed: 40
Full Bills + Bills with Line Vetoes: 18
Full Bills + Lines Vetoed: 46
Session Chapter Bill # Companion # Governor's Message Topic Full or Line (# of lines) Overridden?
81st Legislature 250 HF878 SF1464 5/25/1999 Omnibus state departments appropriations bill.
5 Line Items
Line (5) No attempt
81st Legislature 245 SF2225 5/25/1999 Omnibus health and human services appropriations.
Line Item: $200,000 provision for the DWI Offender Program in Brainerd.
Line Item: $65,000 appropriation to the Ramsey County ICF/MR.
Line (2) No attempt
81st Legislature 243 HF2420 5/25/1999 Omnibus tax bill and money appropriated.
Line Item: $54 million in FY2000/01 and $30.9 million in FY 2002 to the Health Care Access Fund from the general fund to compensate for the health care provider tax freeze at 1.5 percent.
Line (1) No attempt
81st Legislature 242 SF2223 5/25/1999 Omnibus state departments appropriations. Full No attempt
81st Legislature 241 HF2333 5/25/1999 Omnibus K-12 policy and appropriations bill.
Line Item: $100,000 for a new teacher training improvement pilot program.
Line Item: $145,000 the first year and $175,000 the second year for the Minnesota Talented Youth Math Project.
Line Item: $300,000 the first year for adolescent parenting grants.
Line Item: $50,000 the first year for a magnet school grant to plan for an urban agricultural high school.
Line (4) No attempt
81st Legislature 240 HF2205 SF2097 5/25/1999 Omnibus bonding bill providing public improvements of a capital nature, bond issuance authorized, and money appropriated.
7 Line Items
Line (7) Attempted
81st Legislature 238 HF2387 5/25/1999 Omnibus transportation appropriations bill.
Line Item: $6,000,000 for additional maintenance workers
Line (1) No attempt
81st Legislature 231 SF2226 5/25/1999 Omnibus environment, natural resources and agriculture appropriations.
8 Line Items
Line (8) No attempt
81st Legislature 223 HF2390 5/25/1999 Omnibus economic development appropriations bill.
Line Item: $100,000 the first year and $100,000 the second year for grants to St. Paul's District 5 Planning Council.
Line Item: $126,000 the first year and $126,000 the second year for grants to Advocating Change Together, Inc.
Line Item: $200,000 the first year and $200,000 the second year for operation of the Labor Interpretive Center.
Line Item: $300,000 for Owatonna infrastructure improvements.
Line (4) No attempt
81st Legislature 216 SF2221 5/25/1999 Omnibus criminal justice, corrections and public defense appropriations.
Line Item: $500,000 Ramsey County Domestic Assault and Child Abuse Prosecution Unit.
Line (1) No attempt
81st Legislature 214 HF2380 5/25/1999 Omnibus higher education appropriations bill.
Line Item: $100,000 to MnSCU for tuition waivers for employees of health care or human services employers participating in a new program enacted in the Health and Human Services omnibus bill.
Line Item: $250,000 from the lottery prize fund to the University of Minnesota for research, clinical work, treatment, or teaching related to compulsive gambling addiction.
Line (2) No attempt
81st Legislature 205 HF1467 SF1621 5/25/1999 Omnibus early childhood and family education (ECFE) appropriations bill.
Line Item: $25,000 for the biennium for Perspectives, Inc.
Line Item: $25,000 per year for the Meadowbrook Collaborative Housing Project.
Line Item: $50,000 each year for Kids Capacity Initiative.
Line Item: $75,000 per year for GED on TV.
Line (4) No attempt
81st Legislature 204 HF1235 SF692 5/25/1999 Feedlots; manure runoff, odor standards, administrative penalty orders, and environmental assessment worksheet provisions modified; environmental review rules exception provided; and report required. Full No attempt
81st Legislature 167 SF1609 HF1544 5/17/1999 Local government units cooperative contracts joint powers agreement requirements exemption; uniform municipal contracting law cooperative purchasing contracts. Full No attempt
81st Legislature 106 SF303 HF462 4/27/1999 Seat belts or child passenger restraint systems use evidence admissibility clarification (seat belt gag rule). Full Overridden
81st Legislature 82 SF1188 HF1097 4/22/1999 Uniform municipal contracting law dollar limit increases and cooperative purchasing contracts. Full No attempt
81st Legislature 45 HF414 4/12/1999 Swine pseudorabies control program extended.
Line Item: $245,000 appropriation to provide about 500 farmers with assistance in making application for spring operating loans.
Line (1) No attempt
81st Legislature 27 SF609 HF564 4/1/1999 Landscape irrigation systems rain check installation requirement. 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.