The League of Minnesota Cities annually prepares a summary of new laws that impact city operations. This publication is intended to highlight relevant new laws, but is not intended to be comprehensive legal advice. The 2013 Law Summaries will help city officials understand new laws that may impact city operations as well as provide information on proposed legislation that didn’t survive the legislative process.
The Legislature sent 144 chapters of new law to Gov. Dayton. The following list is a sampling of the bills the governor has signed into law that impact cities:
If you have any questions about new laws or legislation summarized in the 2013 Law Summaries, please contact a member of the League’s Intergovernmental Relations Department. The initials of the best staff member to contact for a particular law are listed at the end of each summary. You can find a key for the initials on page 3 of the 2013 Law Summaries.
Contact intergovernmental relations (IGR) staff if you have questions about LMC law summaries or laws affecting cities.