Public Safety and Crime Prevention Finance and Policy Committee, Minnesota House of Representatives
The Public Safety and Crime Prevention Policy and Finance Committee, known as the Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee before 2015, is a standing committee of the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Per Rule 6.01 of the House Rules, standing committees of the Minnesota House of Representatives are appointed by the Speaker of the House. Committees are appointed at the beginning of each biennial session. Up to 30 days prior to the session, the Speaker-designate is to submit a list of proposed standing committees and divisions to all minority caucuses. Up to 15 days before the session's start, the Minority Leader may submit proposed minority assignments to the Speaker-designate, who must comply in keeping with attaining proportionate representation. With the exception of the Committee on Rules and Legislative Administration, one may not serve as chair of a committee or another with a similar jurisdiction for longer than three consecutive two-year sessions.
See rules: Permanent Rules of the House 2013 - 2014
|“||The committee holds public hearings on bills to put each bill into its best form. During the bill's hearing, the committee can take testimony from the bill's sponsors, the general public and experts in the areas the bill affects.
The committee has several courses of action it can take:
|“||(a) Except as provided in Rule 1.15, a House or Senate bill that directly, substantially, and specifically affects any present or future financial obligation, budget policy, or revenue of the State must be referred as provided in paragraphs (b) and (c) to the appropriate Committee before the bill receives its second reading. A bill that negligibly affects any present or future financial obligation, budget policy, or revenue of the State is not subject to mandatory referral under this rule.
(b) A bill subject to paragraph (a) reported by a finance committee must, if recommended to pass, be subsequently referred to the Ways and Means Committee, unless the bill has a negligible fiscal impact and is subject to direct reference to the Floor under Rule 6.05.
2015 legislative session
The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2015 legislative session.
|Public Safety and Crime Prevention Finance and Policy Members, 2015|
|Democratic members (7)||Republican members (11)|
|• Debra Hilstrom, DFL Lead||• Tony Cornish, Chair|
|• Jack Considine||• Brian Johnson, Vice Chair|
|• Raymond Dehn||• Jerry Hertaus|
|• Paul Rosenthal||• Jeff Howe|
|• Dan Schoen||• Kathy Lohmer|
|• JoAnn Ward||• Jim Newberger|
|• Ryan Winkler||• Eric Lucero|
|• Jim Newberger|
|• Marion O'Neill|
|• Duane Quam|
|• Nick Zerwas|
The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2013 legislative session.
|Public Safety Finance and Policy Members, 2013|
|Democratic members (11)||Republican members (7)|
|• Michael Paymar, Chair||• Tony Cornish|
|• Paul Rosenthal, Vice-chair||• Brian Johnson|
|• Debra Hilstrom||• Tim Kelly|
|• John Lesch||• Andrea Kieffer|
|• Joe Mullery||• Kathy Lohmer|
|• Shannon Savick||• Jim Newberger|
|• Dan Schoen||• Mark Uglem|
|• Steve Simon|
|• Erik Simonson|
|• Linda Slocum|
|• John Ward|
- Public Safety and Crime Prevention Finance and Policy Committee
- Public Safety Finance and Policy (pre-2015)
- Minnesota House of Representatives, "Permanent Rules of the House 2013-2014," February 11, 2013. accessed January 29, 2014 Rule 6.01
- Minnesota House of Representatives, "Permanent Rules of the House 2013-2014," February 11, 2013. accessed January 29, 2014 Rule 6.02
- Minnesota House of Representatives, "Committees," July 9, 2013. Accessed January 29, 2014
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
- Minnesota House of Representatives, "Permanent Rules of the House 2013-2014," February 11, 2013. Accessed January 29, 2014 Rule 4.10
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