Today (Tues) at the Minnesota Capitol, a committee in the Democrat-controlled House debates a bill to ban nearly all no-knock search warrants by police, which has little chance of passing the Republican-controlled Senate:
At the same time, a Senate committee debates a bill that would totally eliminate state income tax on Social Security benefits — something that has little chance of passing the House. There’s House committee discussion of making slots for four-thousand pre-kindergarten students permanent in
Minnesota… Senate Republicans roll out their proposal to dedicate sales tax on auto parts totally to roads and bridges. And a House panel hears a bill to limit use of “non-compete” employment agreements, which Democratic backers say are hurting low- and medium-wage earners.