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Veto Details

Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Year search results for: 2011

Vetoes Home
2011 - Governor Mark Dayton
Governor Dayton vetoed Chapter 88 on May 25, 2011. 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): 23
Pocket Vetoes: 0
Bills with Line Item Vetoes: 0
Lines Vetoed: 0
Full Bills + Bills with Line Vetoes: 23
Full Bills + Lines Vetoed: 23
Session Chapter Bill # Companion # Governor's Message Topic Full or Line (# of lines) Overridden?
87th Legislature 114 HF1381 SF1167 5/31/2011 Prekindergarten through grade 12 education policy provided, including general education, education excellence, special programs, facilities and technology, student transportation, and early childhood education. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 111 SF943 HF984 5/27/2011 Omnibus game and fish bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 101 HF264 SF160 5/27/2011 Personal Responsibility in Food Consumption Act; actions against persons for weight gain as a result of consuming certain foods prohibited. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 96 HF72 SF86 5/27/2011 Carbon dioxide emissions by utilities ban removed. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 94 HF988 5/27/2011 Public defender representation provision modified. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 73 HF562 SF406 5/25/2011 Manufactured home parks water and sewer charges regulated, and air admittances valve prohibition repealed. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 69 SF509 HF210 5/26/2011 Omnibus voter photo identification finance bill; The 21st Century Voting Act Full No attempt
87th Legislature 59 HF936 SF649 5/25/2011 Abortions at or after 20 weeks postfertilization age prohibited unless exceptions apply, and civil and criminal penalties provided. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 56 HF201 SF103 5/25/2011 Abortion funding limited for state-sponsored health programs. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 50 HF1101 5/24/2011 Omnibus higher education finance bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 49 HF1140 SF898 5/24/2011 Omnibus transportation finance bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 47 HF460 SF297 5/25/2011 Sprinkler requirements prohibited in single-family dwellings, and licensee offer of option to install fire sprinklers required before entering into a written contract. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 46 HF1010 SF1003 5/24/2011 Omnibus environment, energy, and natural resources finance bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 45 SF170 HF183 5/25/2011 Teacher candidates basic skills exam pass requirement. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 42 HF934 5/24/2011 Omnibus education finance bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 41 SF760 HF927 5/24/2011 Omnibus health and human services finance bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 40 SF1047 HF577 5/24/2011 Omnibus state government, military affairs and veterans affairs appropriations; Minnesota Sunset Act. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 39 SF887 HF1049 5/24/2011 Omnibus jobs, economic development and housing appropriations bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 38 HF42 SF27 5/24/2011 Omnibus tax bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 37 SF958 HF440 5/24/2011 Omnibus public safety and judiciary finance bill. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 36 HF1426 SF1246 5/19/2011 Congressional districting plan for use in 2012 and thereafter. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 35 HF1425 SF1248 5/19/2011 Legislative districting plan for use in 2012 and thereafter. Full No attempt
87th Legislature 1 HF130 SF60 2/10/2011 A bill to reduce appropriations and payments for fiscal years 2011 to 2013. 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.