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Digging into legislation to unearth the specifics: Bills voted on during session covered wide range of issues


ST. PAUL — Despite having only 11 weeks to approve legislation, the Minnesota Legislature’s final bills covered a huge expanse of issues.

Lawmakers approved measures that touched on “the theory of a constructive quit,” rules on use of the “Ordinary Mortality Table” and added to the definition of a barber someone who colors, shapes or straightens the hair of any person. (The law had previously defined a barber as someone who cuts or bobs hair.)


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