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Veto Details

Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Year search results for: 2002

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2002 - Governor Jesse Ventura
Full Bills Vetoed (including pockets): 8
Pocket Vetoes: 0
Bills with Line Item Vetoes: 1
Lines Vetoed: 107
Full Bills + Bills with Line Vetoes: 9
Full Bills + Lines Vetoed: 115
Session Chapter Bill # Companion # Governor's Message Topic Full or Line (# of lines) Overridden?
82nd Legislature 393 HF3618 5/22/2002 Omnibus bonding bill providing capital improvements funding, modifying earlier appropriations.
107 Line Items
Line (107) No attempt
82nd Legislature 391 HF2598 5/22/2002 Pledge of allegiance recitation required in all public schools, and United States flag respect instruction provided. Full No attempt
82nd Legislature 378 SF1755 5/18/2002 School employees health insurance plan study; high school raffles. Full Overridden
82nd Legislature 374 HF3270 5/18/2002 Omnibus supplemental budget balancing bill reducing state government appropriations. Full Overridden
82nd Legislature 365 SF2707 5/15/2002 Real estate task force funding surcharge omission corrected, surcharge effective date and appropriation availability extended, electronic records pilot project authorized, and task force sunset delayed. Full Overridden
82nd Legislature 309 SF3084 HF3506 4/1/2002 State and local government units auditing and reporting requirements modifications. Full No attempt
82nd Legislature 283 HF2570 3/26/2002 Automobile insurance authorized to cover damage to glass on the same basis as damage to other parts of an automobile. Full Overridden
82nd Legislature 280 HF197 4/8/2002 Noncommercial television station and metropolitan bus garage grants provided, earlier appropriation reduced, bonds issued, and money appropriated. Full Overridden
82nd Legislature 220 HF351 SF264 2/25/2002 Omnibus budget balancing and appropriations bill providing funding for crime prevention, judiciary finance, family law and other state departments, and appropriating money. Full Overridden