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Frequently Asked Questions About the Minnesota Legislature

What are the official versions of Minnesota laws, statutes and rules?

Two versions of Minnesota law published by the Revisor of Statutes are official publications:

1. The first official version consists of the printed and bound paper editions of Minnesota Statutes, Laws of Minnesota, and Minnesota Rules published annually by the Revisor's office. (See, Minnesota Statutes, sections 3C.06, 3C.08, 3C.11, 3C.13, and 14.47.)

2. The second official version consists of the online, authenticated PDFs of Minnesota statutes, laws, or rules, which have been designated as official records by the Revisor of Statutes under Minnesota Statutes, section 3E.04, subdivision 2.

Online versions of Minnesota law are available at https://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs. To authenticate a PDF, click on the "authenticate" link located on the upper right side of a statute, law, or rule web page, and follow the prompts.