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The judge ruled there was a lack of evidence that access was improper, and also applied a statute of limitations of four years from the time the driver’s license information was accessed.(Published May 13, 2013)
The omnibus data practices bill containing League-sponsored citizen contact information protection provision must now be repassed by both bodies.(Published May 10, 2013)
The Omnibus Data Practices Bill containing League-sponsored Citizen Contact Information Protection provision must now be repassed by both bodies.(Published Apr 25, 2013)
Both the House and Senate have now passed the omnibus Data Practices Bill containing the League-sponsored privacy provision.(Published Mar 4, 2013)
The legislation would make the data collected by license plate readers (LPRs) private and add oversight to the use of LPRs.(Published Jan 7, 2013)
Minneapolis has asked the Department of Administration to protect license plate reader data from being disclosed to the public.(Published Jan 7, 2013)
The Minnesota Supreme Court will decide whether subcontracts for government projects are public information.
Contact intergovernmental relations (IGR) staff if you have questions about legislative issues.