- It's the law no more tattoos for minors ThreeSixty
- Minnesota child victim act - MnCASA
- Curfew Hennepin County
- SSA - POMS PR 07215.026 - Minnesota - 10/15/2008
It's the law no more tattoos for minors ThreeSixty
Exceptions to the law include: 1) places of employment with less than two employees; 2) by a patient or resident in a nursing home, boarding care facility, or licensed residential facility for adults under certain conditions; 3) by drivers of public transportation vehicles when the vehicle is being used for personal use as defined; 4) by subjects in scientific studies of the health effects of smoking under certain conditions; 5) by Native Americans as part of a traditional Native American spiritual or cultural ceremony; 6) in private homes, private residences and private automobiles when not in use as a place of employment as defined; 7) in hotel/motel sleeping rooms rented to one or more guests; 8) in tobacco products shops as defined under specified conditions; 9) in heavy commercial vehicles as defined; 10) in farm vehicles and construction equipment as specified; 11) in or on family farms as defined; 12) in the disabled veterans rest camp in Washington County; and 13) by actors/actresses as part of a theatrical performance. Except as specified by state law or restricted by local ordinance, smoking is permitted outside of restaurants, bars, and bingo halls. This prohibition does not apply to the lhting of tobacco by an adult as part of a traditional Indian spiritual or cultural ceremony. If a child's best interests would most effectively be served by placement in a home which will not meet the above requirements, the failure to meet the requirements shall not be a cause to deny placement in that home. For purposes of this section, the defintition of smoking includes electronic carettes, including the inhaling or exhaling of vapor from an electronic delivery device as defined. If the person does not reimburse the innkeeper within 30 days after the innkeeper mails the required notice, the innkeeper may seek a civil judgment for the cost of restoring the room to pre-violation condition, the service charge, and a civil penalty not to exceed $100. A person who smokes in an area where smoking is prohibited is also guilty of a petty misdemeanor. Tax per pack of 20: $3.00Date last changed: January 1, 2016 -- from $2.90 to $3.00Year first enacted: 1947MINN. An individual who sells the above products/devices to a person under the age of 18 must be charged an administrative penalty of $50. A person under the age of 18 years who purchases or attempts to purchase tobacco, tobacco-related devices or electronic delivery devices and who uses a driver's license, permit, Minnesota identification card, or any type of false identification to misrepresent the person's age, is guilty of a misdemeanor. A minor found guilty of using a driver's license or other form of identification to purchase or attempt to purchase tobacco products, or of lending to another minor their driver's license to purchase tobacco products shall have their driver's license suspended for 90 days. Prior to shipping the tobacco products, the tobacco retailer shall verify the information provided against a commercially available database. Sections 461.12 to 461.18 do not preempt a local ordinance that provides for more restrictive regulation of sales of tobacco products, tobacco-related devices, electronic delivery devices, and nicotine and lobelia products. Single serving samples of tobacco may be distributed in tobacco stores.
Minnesota child victim act - MnCASA
Nothing in sections 144.414 to 144.417 prohibits a statutory or home rule charter city or county from enacting and enforcing more stringent measures to protect individuals from secondhand smoke. The use of electronic carettes, including the inhaling or exhaling of vapor from any electronic delivery device, as defined is prohibited in: 1) any building owned or operated by the state, home rule charter or statutory city, county, township, school district, or other political subdivision; 2) any facility owned by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and the University of Minnesota; (3) any facility licensed by the Commissioner of Human Services or the Commissioner of Health, but only if the facility is also subject to federal licensing requirements. A private residence is a place of employment if the homeowner uses the area exclusively and regularly as a principal place of business and has one or more on-site employees; or the homeowner uses the area exclusively and regularly as a place to meet or deal with patients, clients, or customers in the normal course of the homeowner's trade or business. This prohibition extends to all facilities, whether owned, rented, or leased, and all vehicles that a school district owns, leases, rents, contracts for, or controls. Disclosure must include posting on the premises a conspicuous written notice and orally informing parents or guardians. Nothing in this subdivision shall delay the placement of a child with a relative as specified or be interpreted to interfere with traditional or spiritual Native American or relious ceremonies involving the use of tobacco. Smoking by patients in locked psychiatric units is also allowed under certain specified conditions. A person who violates this law is guilty of a petty misdemeanor, and is liable to the innkeeper for the actual costs to restore the room to its pre-violation condition and a service charge of $30. Any proprietor, person, or entity that owns, leases, manages, operates, or otherwise controls the use of an area, and that knowingly fails to comply with sections 144.414 to 144.417, is guilty of a petty misdemeanor. Note: The definition of carette includes cars that weh 4 1/2 pounds per thousand or less and/or meets other specified characteristics. The legislature also required a biennial evaluation of these grant programs. However, an Indian may furnish tobacco to an Indian minor as part of a traditional Indian spiritual or cultural ceremony. A product described above may be sold to persons under age 18 if the product has been approved or otherwise certified for legal sale by the United States Food and Drug Administration for tobacco use cessation, harm reduction, or for other medical purposes, and is being marketed and sold solely for that approved purpose. A third violation within 24 months is subject to an administrative penalty of $250 and the license to sell tobacco products must be suspended for not less than seven days. The licensing authority and the interested persons shall consider a variety of options, including, but not limited to, tobacco free education programs, notice to schools, parents, community service, and other court diversion programs. Upon the third violation, the license to sell tobacco products must also be suspended for not less than seven days. If an order is made as a result of advertisement over the Internet, the tobacco retailer shall request the e-mail address of the purchaser and shall receive payment by credit card or check prior to shipping. No person shall distribute promotional samples of smokeless tobacco products or carettes, cars, pipe tobacco, or other tobacco products as defined to the general public. It is unlawful for any person to sell or distribute in this state any carettes the package of which does not comply with all requirements imposed by or pursuant to federal law regarding warnings and other information on packages of carettes manufactured, packaged, or imported for sale, distribution, or use in the United States, including, but not limited to, the precise warning labels specified in the federal Carette Labeling and Advertising Act.
Curfew Hennepin County
Stronger local laws/ordinances further restricting smoking are specifiy allowed, see below. Smoking is prohibited in places of employment, the definition of which includes government agencies with two or more employees. Vehicles used in whole or in part for work purposes are places of employment during hours of operation if more than one person is present. No person under the age of 18 shall possess any of the above items. Smoking is prohibited in public places, the definition of which includes all non-public educational facilities. The proprietor of a family home or family day care provider must disclose to parents or guardians of children cared for on the premises if the proprietor permits smoking outside of its hours of operation. Smoking in outdoor areas on the premises of the home is permitted, except when a foster child is present and exposed to secondhand smoke. Smoking is prohibited in any area of a hospital, health care clinic, doctor's office, licensed residential facility for children or other health care-related facility, except that a patient or resident in a nursing home, boarding care facility, or licensed residential facility for adults may smoke in a desnated separate, enclosed room maintained in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. Smoking is prohibited in a hotel sleeping room desnated as non-smoking. The proprietor or other person, firm, limited liability company, corporation, or other entity that owns, leases, manages, operates, or otherwise controls the use of a public place, public transportation, place of employment, or public meeting shall make reasonable efforts to prevent smoking by posting the appropriate sns, and taking certain specified actions for persons who are smoking illegally. This tax must be determined annually by November 1 and takes effect on January 1. The commissioner must also set up a grant program through the state Department of Health for statewide and local tobacco prevention grants to reduce tobacco use among youth, as well as local public health promotion and protection to local community health boards. Whoever furnishes tobacco, tobacco-related devices or electronic delivery devices to a minor is guilty of a misdemeanor for the first violation and a gross misdemeanor for any subsequent violation. The same affirmative defense available for selling tobacco to a minor is available for these products. A second violation within 24 months after the initial violation is subject to an administrative penalty of $200. A county or municipal licensing authority shall consult with interested educators, parents, children, and representatives of the court system to develop alternative penalties for minors who purchase, possess, and consume tobacco, tobacco-related devices, electronic delivery devices or nicotine or lobelia delivery products. A retailer that seizes a form of identification as authorized under this paragraph must deliver it to a law enforcement agency within 24 hours of seizing it. Violation is subject to an administrative penalty of $75 for a first violation, $200 for a second violation within 24 months and $250 for a third violation within 24 months. Specifiy, when accepting the first order for a delivery sale from a consumer, the tobacco retailer shall obtain a copy of a valid government-issued document that provides the person's name, current address, photograph, and date of birth; and a sned statement documenting certain information about the purchaser. A governing body shall give notice of its intention to consider adoption or substantial amendment of any local ordinance required under section 461.12 or permitted under this section as specified.
SSA - POMS PR 07215.026 - Minnesota - 10/15/2008
The name, address, residence, and date of birth of the minor. The name, address, and current location of each of the minor's parents, if known. The name, date of birth, custody, and location of any children born to the minor. A statement of the minor's character, habits, education, income, and mental capacity for business. A plan for success, i.e., an explanation of how the needs of the minor with respect to food, shelter, clothing, medical care, and other necessities will be met. Whether the minor is a party to or the subject of a pending judicial proceeding. A statement of the reason why the court should grant emancipation. Employers are bound by child labor laws, so a minor will not be allowed to work full time at a single job, despite emancipation status, until s/he reaches the age of 18.
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