The Minnesota House and Senate passed the MNLARS fix bill (SF 3133) today without the language from the GOP House bill that would have made the Dayton Administration take $10 Million from it's budget to pay for the fix. Instead the bill adopted the Senate location that gets the money from a reserve account from the Department of Driver and Vehicle Services.
We encouraged that Republicans stand strong with the House language, but the conference committee took it out this morning.
The bill that passed did have provisions that required auditing and accountability of the money and process of the MNLARS fix.
Roll call vote