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YearSessionChapterBillCompanionPocket?GovernorGovernor's MessageTopicFull or LineOverridden?
199478th Legislature636 HF2351 none NoArne Carlson 5/10/1994 Omnibus Crime Bill Line No attempt

Line Item: $1,000,000 for a "productive day program" in Hennepin, Ramsey and St. Louis counties.

Line Item: $10,000 for a violence prevention study conducted by the chemical abuse and violence prevention council.

Line Item: $100,000 for intervention projects to work with students at risk of failing in school because of chronic neglect at home.

Line Item: $100,000 for the remote electronic alcohol monitoring pilot program.

Line Item: $100,000 in mini-grants for programs that work with juvenile female offenders.

Line Item: $100,000 in start-up money for the crime information reward fund.

Line Item: $170,000 to reimburse local law enforcement agencies for costs incurred conducting background checks.

Line Item: $200,000 for the creation of a witness and victim protection fund.

Line Item: $200,000 in grants to local law enforcement agencies to develop three truancy service centers.

Line Item: $25,000 for a grant to the Nett Lake community crime and drug prevention program.

Line Item: $40,000 for the gang resistance education training pilot program.

Line Item: $400,000 for two "work and learn" centers designed to help 14 to 19 year-olds without a high school diploma.

Line Item: $50,000 for community-based truancy action projects.

Line Item: $50,000 for male responsibility and fathering program grants.

Line Item: $50,000 for the activities of a state-wide youth safety initiative.

Line Item: $50,000 for the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to establish and maintain a distinctive physical mark, or tattoo computer library identification system.

Line Item: $56,000 for a grant to Region Nine Development Commission for grants to community-based intervention.