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MinnesotaState RegisterPublished every Monday (Tuesday when Monday is a holiday)Proposed, Adopted, Emergency, Expedited, Withdrawn, Vetoed Rules;Executive Orders; Appointments; Commissioners’ Orders; Revenue Notices;Official Notices; State Grants & Loans; State Contracts; Non-State Public Bids,Contracts and GrantsMonday 23 May 2022Volume 46, Number 47Pages 1341 - 1358

Minnesota State RegisterJudicial Notice Shall Be Taken of Material Published in the Minnesota State RegisterThe Minnesota State Register is the official publication of the State of Minnesota’s Executive Branch of government, publishedweekly to fulfill the legislative mandate set forth in Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 14, and Minnesota Rules, Chapter 1400. It contains: Proposed Rules Adopted Rules Exempt Rules Expedited Rules Withdrawn Rules Executive Orders of theGovernor Appointments Proclamations Vetoed Rules Commissioners’Orders Revenue Notices Official Notices State Grantsand Loans Contracts forProfessional, Technicaland Consulting Services Non-State Public Bids,Contracts and GrantsPrinting Schedule and Submission DeadlinesPublish DateDeadline for: all Short Rules, Executive andCommissioner’s Orders, Revenue and Official Notices,State Grants, Professional-Technical- ConsultingContracts, Non-State Bids and Public ContractsDeadline for LONG, ComplicatedRules (contact the editor tonegotiate a deadline)Tuesday 31 MayNoon Tuesday 24 MayNoon Thursday 19 May#49Monday 6 JuneNoon Tuesday 31 MayNoon Thursday 26 May#50Monday 13 JuneNoon Tuesday 7 JuneNoon Thursday 2 June#51Monday 20 JuneNoon Tuesday 14 JuneNoon Thursday 9 JuneVol. 46IssueNumber#48PUBLISHING NOTICES: We need to receive your submission ELECTRONICALLY in Microsoft WORD format. Submit ONE COPY of yournotice via e-mail to: sean.plemmons@state.mn.us. State agency submissions must include a “State Register Printing Order” form, and, withcontracts, a “Contract Certification” form. Non-State Agencies should submit ELECTRONICALLY in Microsoft WORD, with a letter on yourletterhead stationery requesting publication and date to be published. Costs are 13.50 per tenth of a page (columns are seven inches wide). Onetypewritten, double-spaced page 6/10s of a page in the State Register, or 81. About 1.5 pages typed, double-spaced, on 8-1/2"x11" paper onetypeset page in the State Register. Contact editor with questions (651) 201-3204, or e-mail: sean.plemmons@state.mn.us.SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES: E-mail subscriptions are available by contacting the editor at sean.plemmons@state.mn.us. Send address changesto the editor or at the Minnesota State Register, 50 Sherburne Avenue, Suite 309, Saint Paul, MN 55155.SEE THE Minnesota State Register free at website: https://mn.gov/admin/bookstore/register.jsp Minnesota State Register: Online subscription – 180, includes links, index, special section “CONTRACTS & GRANTS,” with Sidebar Tableof Contents, Early View after 4:00 pm Friday (instead of waiting for early Monday), and it’s sent to you via E-mail. Single issues are available electronically via PDF for free. “Affidavit of Publication” includes a notarized “Affidavit” and a copy of the issue: 15.00.Governor: Tim Walz(651) 201-3400Attorney General:Keith Ellison (651) 296-3353Lieutenant Governor:Peggy Flanagan(651) 201-3400Auditor: Julie Blaha(651) 296-2551Secretary of State: Steve Simon(651) 296-2803Department of AdministrationCommissioner:Alice Roberts-Davis(651) 201-2601Minnesota State RegisterEditor: Sean Plemmons(651) 201-3204sean.plemmons@state.mn.usCommunications and PlanningDivision: Curtis Yoakum(651) 201-2771Copyright 2021 Facilities Management Division, Department of Administration, State of Minnesota.USPS Publication Number: 326-630 (ISSN: 0146-7751)THE MINNESOTA STATE REGISTER IS PUBLISHED by the Communications Division, Department of Administration, State of Minnesota,pursuant to Minnesota Statutes § 14.46 and is available on-line at: https://mn.gov/admin/bookstore/register.jspSenate Public Information OfficeMinnesota Legislative Information(651) 296-0504State Capitol, Room 231, St. Paul, MN 55155https://www.senate.mn/Minnesota State Court SystemCourt Information Office (651) 296-6043MN Judicial Center, Rm. 135,25 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55155http://www.mncourts.govHouse Public Information Services(651) 296-2146State Office Building, Room 175100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., St. Paul, MN .aspFederal RegisterOffice of the Federal Register (202) 512-1530; or (888) 293-6498U.S. Government Printing Office – Fax: (202) 512-1262https://www.federalregister.gov/

Minnesota Rules: Amendments and Additions.1344ContentsDepartment of Human ServicesDisability Services DivisionExecutive OrdersNotice of Request for Proposals to Provide an Online Training Resource for MinnesotaDisability Service System 1352Emergency Executive Order 22-12: Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations toMotor Carriers and Drivers Transporting Livestock and Livestock Feed in Minnesota 1345Emergency Executive Order 22-13: Declaring a Peacetime Emergency and ProvidingNational Guard Assistance to Local Emergency Flood Operations in Minnesota 1347State ContractsOfficial NoticesWinona State UniversityOffice of the GovernorDepartment of Employment and Economic Development (DEED)Disability Determination ServicesNotice of Updated Fee Schedule for Medical Consultative Examinations and AncillaryTesting Effective April 1, 2022 1348Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)Notice of Correction to Previous Notice of Public Interest Review Application for NewHospital and Opportunity for Public Comment 1350Department of Labor & Industry (DLI)Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (Minnesota State)Non-Construction Related Bid and Contracting Opportunities 1353Request for Proposals for Summer 2023 Faculty-led Programs: Paris and/or Berlin (2Programs). 1354Request for Proposals to provide (23) 8’ Weight/Power Racks and (30) WeightBenches. 1354Department of CorrectionsRequest for Proposals for Community Service Providers to facilitate Cognitive-BehavioralInterventions for Employment – Adult (CBI-EMP) 1354Legislative Budget OfficeNotice of Correction to Commercial Prevailing Wage Rates 1350Contract Available for Providing Business Analyst (BA) and Project Management (PM)Services for Legislative Budget Office 1355State Grants & LoansMinnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT)Engineering Services DivisionDepartment of Employment and Economic Development (DEED)Notice of Grant Opportunity 1351Notices Regarding Professional/Technical (P/T) Contracting 1355Non-State Public Bids, Contracts & GrantsDepartment of Human ServicesBehavioral Health DivisionNotice of Request for Proposals to pilot the Minnesota Model for School-based Diversionfor Students with Co-occurring Disorders 1351Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services DivisionMetropolitan Airports Commission (MAC)Notice of Call for Bids for FCM 2022 Taxiway H Holding Bay & Service Road 1356Notice of Call for Bids for 2022 Intelligent Monitoring and Control Systems Phase 13 1357Notice of Request for Proposals to Provide Statewide Specialized Deafblind Training 1352(Cite 46 SR 1343)Minnesota State Register, Monday 23 May 2022Page 1343

Minnesota Rules: Amendments and AdditionsNOTICE: How to Follow State Agency Rulemaking in the State RegisterThe State Register is the official source, and only complete listing, for all state agency rulemaking in its various stages. State agencies arerequired to publish notice of their rulemaking action in the State Register. Published every Monday, the State Register makes it easy to follow andparticipate in the important rulemaking process. Approximately 80 state agencies have the authority to issue rules. Each agency is assigned specificMinnesota Rule chapter numbers. Every odd-numbered year the Minnesota Rules are published. Supplements are published to update this set ofrules. Generally speaking, proposed and adopted exempt rules do not appear in this set because of their short-term nature, but are published in theState Register.An agency must first solicit Comments on Planned Rules or Comments on Planned Rule Amendments from the public on the subject matter ofa possible rulemaking proposal under active consideration within the agency (Minnesota Statutes §§ 14.101). It does this by publishing a notice inthe State Register at least 60 days before publication of a notice to adopt or a notice of hearing, or within 60 days of the effective date of any newstatutory grant of required rulemaking.When rules are first drafted, state agencies publish them as Proposed Rules, along with a notice of hearing, or a notice of intent to adopt ruleswithout a hearing in the case of noncontroversial rules. This notice asks for comment on the rules as proposed. Proposed emergency rules, andwithdrawn proposed rules, are also published in the State Register. After proposed rules have gone through the comment period, and have beenrewritten into their final form, they again appear in the State Register as Adopted Rules. These final adopted rules are not printed in their entirety, butonly the changes made since their publication as Proposed Rules. To see the full rule, as adopted and in effect, a person simply needs two issues of theState Register, the issue the rule appeared in as proposed, and later as adopted.The State Register features partial and cumulative listings of rules in this section on the following schedule: issues #1-26 inclusive (issue #26cumulative for issues #1-26); issues #27-52 inclusive (issue #52, cumulative for issues #27-52 or #53 in some years). A subject matter index isupdated weekly and is available upon request from the editor. For copies or subscriptions to the State Register, contact the editor at 651-201-3204 oremail at sean.plemmons@state.mn.usVolume 46 - Minnesota Rules(Rules Appearing in Vol. 46 Issues #1-26 arein Vol. 46, #26 - Monday 27 December 2021)Volume 46, #47Monday 3 January - Monday 23 MayDepartment of Agriculture1500; 1510; 1562 (adopted repealer). 667, 1308Capitol Area Architectural and Planning Board2400 (proposed). 895Department of Commerce2737.0100; .0300; .0600; .0700; .0800; .1200; .1500; .1700; .1800(adopted). 8092705.0200; 2705.1700 (adopted expedited).729, 1177Board of Dentistry3100.1200; 3100.3600 (adopted). 9086264.0400 (expedited emergency). 1306Pollution Control Agency707.0950; 7011.0070; .1270 (adopted). 1209Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB)8710 (proposed). 1233Racing Commission7869; 7870; 7876; 7873; 7877; 7883; 7884; 7890; 7891; 7892; 7897(proposed). 7657877.0170;7892.0110 (adopted). 1210Department of Revenue8001.0300; 8038.0100; 8093.0200; 8130.6400, .6600, .8100;8160.0500 (adopted exempt). 9888130.7501 (adopted). 1308Department of Veterans Affairs9055 (adopted). 928Department of Health4731 (adopted).361, 7914770 (adopted exempt). 10114764 (proposed). 1153Department of Human Services9505.2220 (adopted). 792Department of Labor and Industry5205.0010 (adopted exempt). 7895205.0010 (adopted exempt). 926Department of Natural Resources6240.0600 (expedited emergency). 9256230; 6236; 6240 (expedited emergency). 9816264.0400 (adopted exempt). 10266264.0400 (expedited emergency). 1303(Cite 46 SR 1344)Minnesota State Register, Monday 23 May 2022Page 1344

Executive OrdersThe governor has the authority to issue written statements or orders, called Executive Orders, as well asEmergency Executive Orders. The governor's authority is specified in the Constitution of the State of Minnesota,Article V, and in Minnesota Statutes § 4.035. Emergency Executive Orders, for protection from an imminentthreat to health and safety, become effective immediately, are filed with the secretary of state, and published in theState Register as soon as possible after they are issued. Other Executive Orders become effective 15 days afterpublication in the State Register and filing with the secretary of state. Unless otherwise specified, an executiveorder expires 90 days after the date the governor who issued the order vacates office.Office of the GovernorEmergency Executive Order 22-12: Providing for Emergency Relief from Regulations toMotor Carriers and Drivers Transporting Livestock and Livestock Feed in MinnesotaI, Tim Walz, Governor of the State of Minnesota, by the authority vested in me by the Constitution and applicablestatutes, issue the following Executive Order:Last week, Minnesota and several neighboring states were heavily impacted by extreme storm conditions. On May 9,2022, parts of the state saw severe thunderstorms, large hail, and heavy rain. Two days later, a significant storm complexspread from southwestern Minnesota, across southern and central portions of the state, and to the North Shore. Thesestorms produced wind damage, power outages, and additional heavy rain. On May 12, record-breaking heat and humiditycombined and created a derecho storm system that moved through eastern South Dakota and west-central Minnesota.The National Weather Service (“NWS”) reported that this storm system produced straight-line winds of between 60to 100 miles per hour, which snapped powerline poles and caused extensive damage to silos, grain bins, and otheragricultural structures on farms across the state.Data compiled by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and NWS show that in certain areas of the state,rainfall totals from last week’s storms were approximately four to seven inches. In addition to damage caused by windgusts, the heavy rain has washed out or flooded many roads and bridges, causing farmers and drivers to take longer ormore circuitous routes to reach their destinations.On May 13, 2022, I issued Executive Order 22-11, which provides relief for 30 days from certain hours of servicerequirements for drivers and vehicles transporting fertilizer, anhydrous ammonia, pesticide, and seed, to aid spring cropplanting in Minnesota. Recently, I traveled to the northwestern part of our state to meet with farmers who have beenaffected by the severe flooding. During that visit, I saw firsthand how agricultural operations have been disrupted. Thedelayed spring planting season will likely affect crop yields, profitability, and international trade. It is critical that wecontinue to support and provide relief to our agricultural industry.Farmers and livestock producers throughout the state continue to be affected by the recent weather. The MinnesotaFarm Bureau, the Minnesota Milk Producers Association, and the Minnesota Pork Producers Association have indicatedthat operations have been significantly impacted by extensive power outages over the weekend and structural damageto both farm sites and local roads. They have requested immediate help to support the safe and efficient movement oflivestock, poultry, and feed used to keep these animals healthy.Temporary relief is needed to allow for the continued movement of livestock, poultry, and feed used for livestockor poultry as carriers and drivers provide necessary and time-sensitive assistance. Strict enforcement of certain hours ofservice regulations would prevent or hinder the efficient transportation of these essential supplies.Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 221.0314, subdivision 9, adopts federal safety regulations, including hours ofservice requirements for drivers. Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 221.0269, provides: “The governor may declare anemergency and grant relief from any of the regulations incorporated in section 221.0314 to carriers and drivers operatingmotor vehicles in Minnesota to provide emergency relief during the emergency.”For these reasons, I order as follows:(Cite 46 SR 1345)Minnesota State Register, Monday 23 May 2022Page 1345

Executive Orders1.Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 221.0269, subdivision 1, a state of emergency exists inMinnesota that requires relief from regulations incorporated in Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 221.0314,subdivision 9, pertaining to hours of service for motor carriers and drivers of commercial motor vehiclesproviding direct assistance to emergency relief efforts by transporting livestock, poultry, and feed used forlivestock or poultry.2.Motor carriers and drivers providing direct assistance to the emergency relief efforts by transporting livestock,poultry, and feed used for livestock or poultry are exempted from paragraphs (b) and (c) under the Code ofFederal Regulations, title 49, part 395.3, and incorporated in Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 221.0314,subdivision 9, pertaining to hours of service.3.Nothing in this Executive Order may be construed to relieve motor carriers and drivers providing directassistance to the emergency relief efforts by transporting livestock, poultry, and feed used for livestock orpoultry from the requirements under paragraph (a) of the Code of Federal Regulations, title 49, part 395.3,and incorporated in Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 221.0314, subdivision 9, which states, in part, that adriver may drive only 11 hours during a period of 14 consecutive hours after coming on duty following 10consecutive hours off duty.4.This Executive Order does not relieve motor carriers and drivers providing direct assistance to emergencyrelief efforts from regulations pertaining to driver qualifications; driving of commercial motor vehicles;commercial driver’s licenses; drug and alcohol testing for drivers; or equipment, parts, and accessoriesnecessary for the safe operation of vehicles.5.A motor carrier operating under the terms of this Executive Order must not require or allow a fatigued or illdriver to operate a commercial motor vehicle. A driver who informs a carrier that he or she needs immediaterest must be given at least 10 consecutive hours off duty before the driver is required to return to service.6.Upon the expiration of this Executive Order, or when a driver or motor carrier has been relieved of all dutyand responsibility to provide direct assistance to the emergency relief efforts, a driver must take at least 34consecutive hours off duty.7.A motor carrier or driver operating under the terms of this Executive Order may not combine or simultaneouslyutilize the relief provided in Executive Order 22-09, which pertains to the movement of highly pathogenicavian influenza emergency equipment and supplies and includes poultry and poultry feed.8.For purposes of this Executive Order, and as defined in Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 221.0269, subdivision3, paragraph (c), direct assistance to an emergency relief effort terminates when a driver or commercial motorvehicle is used to transport cargo not destined for the emergency relief effort, or when the carrier dispatchesthat driver or vehicle to another location to begin operations in commerce.This Executive Order is effective immediately under Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 4.035, subdivision 2, and itwill remain in effect until it is rescinded by proper authority or May 31, 2022, whichever occurs first.A determination that any provision of this Executive Order is invalid will not affect the enforceability of any otherprovision of this Executive Order. Rather, the invalid provision will be modified to the extent necessary so that it isenforceable.Signed on May 16, 2022.Tim WalzGovernorPage1346Minnesota State Register, Monday 23 May 2022(Cite 46 SR 1346)

Executive OrdersFiled According to Law:Steve SimonSecretary of StateOffice of the GovernorEmergency Executive Order 22-13: Declaring a Peacetime Emergency and ProvidingNational Guard Assistance to Local Emergency Flood Operations in MinnesotaI, Tim Walz, Governor of the State of Minnesota, by the authority vested in me by the Constitution and applicablestatutes, issue the following Executive Order:Starting on April 22, 2022, heavy spring rains fell on frozen lakes and terrain throughout the Rainy River Basin innorthern Minnesota. Successive rounds of precipitation, combined with rapid snowmelt during the following weeks,have caused significant lake, riverine, and overland flooding throughout the region. More rain is forecast for the comingdays, which will likely push many lake and river levels beyond their historic highs of 2014 and 1950.Local governments are fully utilizing their resources to protect life and safety in the affected areas, and to guardproperty and infrastructure from additional damage. Unfortunately, local government resources are not sufficientto address the threat to life and property posed by the flooding. Several counties have declared local emergenciesand activated their emergency operations plans. The sheriffs and emergency management directors of St. Louis andKoochiching counties have requested that the Minnesota National Guard provide logistics and operations support withthe production and staging of flood protection materials.The Department of Public Safety’s Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (“HSEM”) haspartially activated the State Emergency Operations Center and implemented the Minnesota Emergency Operations Plan,making state agencies available to assist local governments.For these reasons, I declare a peacetime emergency pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 12.31, and order asfollows:1.The Adjutant General is authorized to order to state active duty on May 21, 2022 the personnel, equipment,and resources needed to support emergency flood operations.2.The Adjutant General is authorized to procure the goods and services needed to accomplish the mission.3.HSEM will continue to coordinate the provision of on-site support and assistance to affected local governmentsand determine the need for supplementary emergency assistance.4.All relevant state agencies, in cooperation with appropriate federal agencies, will provide the assistancenecessary to help local units of government respond to and recover from this emergency.5.The costs of this assistance will be paid from the general fund as allowed by Minnesota Statutes 2021, section192.52.This Executive Order and declaration of peacetime emergency are effective immediately under Minnesota Statutes2021, section 4.035, subdivision 2. The peacetime emergency declared in this Executive Order expires in accordancewith Minnesota Statutes 2021, section 12.31, subdivision 2. The remainder of this Executive Order, including theactivation of the Minnesota National Guard, remains in effect until the emergency conditions caused by the floodingsubside or June 6, 2022, whichever occurs first.A determination that any provision of this Executive Order is invalid will not affect the enforceability of any other(Cite 46 SR 1347)Minnesota State Register, Monday 23 May 2022Page 1347

Executive Ordersprovision of this Executive Order. Rather, the invalid provision will be modified to the extent necessary so that it isenforceable.Signed on May 19, 2022.Tim WalzGovernorFiled According to Law:Steve SimonSecretary of StateOfficial NoticesPursuant to Minnesota Statutes §§ 14.101, an agency must first solicit comments from the public on the subjectmatter of a possible rulemaking proposal under active consideration within the agency by publishing a notice in theState Register at least 60 days before publication of a notice to adopt or a notice of hearing, and within 60 days ofthe effective date of any new statutory grant of required rulemaking.The State Register also publishes other official notices of state agencies and non-state agencies, includingnotices of meetings and matters of public interest.Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED)Disability Determination ServicesNotice of Updated Fee Schedule for Medical Consultative Examinations and AncillaryTesting Effective April 1, 2022Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) Rehabilitation Services and DisabilityDetermination Services Notice of Fee Schedule for Medical Consultative Examinations and Ancillary Testing EffectiveApril 1, 2022.Disability Determination Services has updated 46 SR 829 and 841 of the 2022 exam fee schedule originallypublished January 18, 2022. The revisions add caloric vestibular evaluation, CPT 92540, and bilateral bithermal calorictesting, CPT 92537. CPT Code 92540 for caloric vestibular evaluation has been added to the Specialist Examination andReport section and CPT code 92537 for bithermal caloric testing has been added to the Laboratory Studies section, asreprinted with these additions below.Specialist Examination and ropsychiatric2.Occupational/Physical Therapy halmological & Optometric (History and Physical, Visual Acuity &Visual Fields)Page1348Minnesota State Register, Monday 23 May 2022265.00(Cite 46 SR 1348)

Official MUMA. History and Physical, including Funduscopic (Comprehensive)(92004)110.00B. Visual Acuity Screening(92015)40.00C. Visual Fields (Goldmann, HFA, or Octopus)(92083)115.00(99204)225.004.Orthopedic (Musculoskeletal)5.Otolaryngological (Otological and Audiometry)A. Otological160.00(99204)80.00(92557)80.001. Pure Tone (air & bone) audiometry(92553)43.002. Speech audiometry - threshold & discrimination(92556)37.003. Hearing Aid Check (Binaural)(92593)33.004. Hearing Aid Check (Monaural)(92592)17.005. Electroacoustical Testing (Monaural)(92594)14.006. Electroacoustical Testing (Binaural)(92595)18.007. Bekesy Audiometry, screening(92560)44.218. Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (for very youngchildren)(92579)43.009. HINT-C (Hearing in Noise Test)(92700)75.0010. Speech Detection Threshold(92555)25.0011. Typanometry (impedance testing)(92567)35.0012. Acoustic Reflex Testing(92568)25.0013. Pure Tone, air & bone(92553)43.00C. Vestibular evaluation(92540)210.006.Speech/Language hysiatric (Physical Medical & Rehabilitation)9.PsychiatricB. AudiometryBasic Comprehensive Audiometry(1 and 2, below, combined)Non-English Speaking Protocol: (10-13, below)175.00(90791)210.00Laboratory StudiesCurrent ProceduralTerminology CodeType ofServiceProcedure DescriptionMaximum92541LABSPONTANEOUS NYSTAGMUS TEST69.1292542LABPOSITIONAL NYSTAGMUS TEST61.0292537LABBITHERMAL CALORIC VESITUBULAR TEST113.00(Cite 46 SR 1349)Minnesota State Register, Monday 23 May 2022Page 1349

Official NoticesCurrent ProceduralTerminology CodeType ofServiceProcedure DescriptionMaximum92538LABMONOTHERMAL CALORIC VESTIBULARTEST77.8492534LABOPTOKINETIC NYSTAGMUS TEST47.3392545LABOSCILLATING TRACKING TEST40.4892553LABPURE TONE AUDIOMETRY - AIR & BONE43.0092556LABSPEECH AUDIOMETRY - THRESHOLD WITHSPEECH RECOGNITION/DISCRIM37.0092557LABBASIC COMPREHENSIVE AUDIOMETRY(92553 & 92556 COMBINED)80.0092560LABBEKESY AUDIOMETRY, SCREENING44.2192567LABTYMPANOMETRY (IMPEDANCE TESTING)35.0092568LABACOUSTIC REFLEX TESTING25.0092582LABCONDITIONING PLAY AUDIOMETRY53.0092570LABACOUSTIC REFLEX DECAY TEST28.0092585LABEVOKED RESPONSE AUDIOMETRY242.2392591LABHEARING AID EXAM & SELECTION(BINAURAL) (VRS ONLY)65.0092591LABHEARING AID EXAM & SELECTION (VRSONLY)65.00HEARING AID CHECK (BINAURAL)33.0092593LABPer HourMinnesota Department of Health (MDH)Notice of Correction to Previous Notice of Public Interest Review Application for NewHospital and Opportunity for Public CommentThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) provided official notice in the Minnesota State Register on MondayMay 16, 2022 that MDH will convene a virtual public meeting t

Volume 46, Number 47 Pages 1341 - 1358 Minnesota State Register Published every Monday (Tuesday when Monday is a holiday) Minnesota Legislative Information . #51 Monday 20 June Noon Tuesday 14 June Noon Thursday 9 June. State Register Website. State Register Website (Cite 46 SR 1343) Minnesota tate Register, Monday 23 May 2022 Page 1343.

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