|Senate Counsel & Research||State of Minnesota|
|S.F. No. 361 - Data Practices Technical Changes|
|Author:||Senator Wes Skoglund|
|Prepared by:||Harry Walsh, Senate Counsel (651/296-6200)|
|Date:||January 24, 2005|
Section 29 makes explicit that parents have an unlimited right to inspect the educational records of a disabled child.
Section 30 substitutes "not public" for the term "confidential" in one place in the law enforcement data provisions of Minnesota Statutes, section 13.82.
Section 31 repeals the prior provision on disabled children's educational records.
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