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Session Update: Fast Pace, Moving Parts as Legislature Moves to 2nd Deadline

On March 27, 2019 by Kari Thurlow

It has been another busy week at the State Capitol as the House and Senate push to meet its second policy deadline on Friday. Committees are working day and night to squeeze bills into hearing agendas to keep certain pieces of legislation alive. Governor Walz released his supplemental budget recommendations and is prepping for his first State of the State address on April 3. And we are deep in the trenches advocating and testifying – in favor and in opposition – on bills that have a direct impact on our field and the people we serve. 

Care Center Fines Drop 31% Under Trump Administration

On March 19, 2019 by Jodi Boyne

Kaiser Health News reported last week that care centers have seen their fines drop by about 31 percent during the Trump administration. 

Register Now for Care Center Regulatory Training

On October 9, 2018 by Jonathan Lips

Registration is now open for a full-day of regulatory education, designed for care centers, Minnesota Department of Health surveyors, and Ombudsman staff to attend jointly. 

Register Now for Care Center Regulatory Training

On October 2, 2018 by Jonathan Lips

Registration is now open for a full-day of regulatory education designed for care centers, Minnesota Department of Health surveyors, and Ombudsman staff to attend jointly. 

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