Minnesota Legislative Session considers bills on sale of human bones, a four day school week, and more

Courtesy: Minnesota Senate Media Team
Courtesy: Minnesota Senate Media Team

(St. Paul, MN) -- The Minnesota Legislative Session continues with multiple bills under discussion. 

Several issues were presented to lawmakers this week; including bills that would ban the buying and selling of human bones, keeping information that assault victims share with advocates private, protections for online ticket buyers, a four-day school week, combating election misinformation produced by Ai and deepfakes, and several other bills proposed and discussed in the state house and senate chambers. 

The busiest week of the session is expected to begin after the 2024 Budget and Economic Forecast, which is likely to bet presented after Wednesday, February 28th. 

You can learn more about this week's legislative session by clicking here