Last Friday, the Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee heard SF225, which would require every hotel room in the state of Minnesota to have a carbon monoxide alarm. An amendment was offered to make some technical changes, but it did not incorporate any changes Hospitality Minnesota has asked for. After robust committee discussion, Senator Hoffman, the bill’s author, had the bill sent to the Senate Floor. It received its second reading yesterday and is now eligible for a Senate Floor vote.
We will continue to work with legislators to address the challenges of the legislation.
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