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The 2013 Legislature sent 144 chapters of new law to Gov. Dayton. How do these laws affect cities? Find out with the League's 2013 Law Summaries!
The law summaries, prepared annually by the League's IGR staff, help city officials understand new laws affecting city operations, and provide information on vetoed bills and other bills that didn't survive the legislative process.
Computers and databases have increased efficiency in law enforcement by making tasks less time consuming.
As use of these tools increase, it is likely that law enforcement officials will have more and more questions about responsibilities and policies associated with their use.
LMCIT is now offering a free web-based course addressing the “Ethical Use of Computers and Databases” for all Minnesota officers.
Most health care reform provisions apply to employers uniformly, regardless of size, there are a few provisions that may benefit small employers.
A new document created for League members explains those provisions.
Have you checked out the League's Facebook page yet? If not, take a second to "Like" us on Facebook today!
When you "Like" the League on Facebook, you join a community of city officials and staff. In addition to learning about the latest LMC news, you can post what's happening in your region, create discussion groups, and ask questions.
June 19-21—St. Paul
The League of Minnesota Cities turns 100 this year, and we've got some special celebrations in store at this year’s Annual Conference and Marketplace!
June 19-21—St. Paul
Are you a new clerk, or maybe you could use a refresher? Join us to learn fundamentals including council-staff relations, human resources, Open Meeting Law, and more—and have the opportunity to attend some Annual Conference sessions and networking events.
June 19 & 21—St. Paul
Is your city considered a large employer under federal health care reform? If so, join us for one of these upcoming workshops—we'll review the actions your city should take right now to be compliant with requirements under this reform.
League staff are experts on a variety of city issues. Contact us with questions.
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