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Minnesota 2014 Legislative Bill Tracker

MinnPost’s data team and political reporters have joined forces once again to track the most important legislative bills during the 2014 session. We’ve identified key pieces of legislation in the categories below — simply click on an icon to see what we’re following. With each bill, we have provided a description of the proposed law and why it matters. You’ll also find latest actions, co-sponsors, links to the bills’ full text, and our reporters’ stories and updates throughout the session.

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  1. Submitted by spencer tichenor on 04/13/2014 - 11:26 pm.

    Don’t forget HF276/SF17

    It calls for a convention to amend the constitution to say that legal entities (such as corporations) do not have the same rights guaranteed in the Bill of Rights (such as freedom of speech AKA freedom to bribe politicians) that natural persons do.

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