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Website Accessibility

Is the Legislature's website accessible?

We continually refine our website in an effort to conform to accessibility standards and provide our online information in an accessible format.


Text Sizing: In most Internet browsers, pressing Ctrl + Plus Sign (+) increases text size, and Ctrl + Minus Sign (-) decreases text size. Pressing the Ctrl key while scrolling up or down with the mouse wheel will also change the text size in most browsers. Alternatively, click the menu at the top of your browser and look for the "zoom" or "text size" option. This will present you with choices for scaling the text to your preferred size.

PDFs: For PDFs that are created within an office of the legislature, alternate formats or accessibly tagged PDFs are offered, when possible. If an accessible format is not immediately possible, the legislature strives to support accessibility on a case-by-case basis. Bills, session laws, statutes, and rules are offered in HTML as an alternate format to PDF.

Video: Web cast programming is captioned. See the House video page for live and archived House web cast coverage and see the Senate Media Services page for live and archived Senate web cast coverage.

Assistive Technology for our website

Screen reader software is installed on select public access computers in the Legislative Reference Library, room 321 Capitol (JAWS and NVDA) and the Legislative Reference Library, room 3238, Minnesota Senate Building (NVDA). For more information about assistive technology, please see the Minnesota Star Program website.

Links to External Publications and Websites

The Minnesota Legislature's website may contain links to non-Legislative publications and web sites. The Minnesota Legislature has no control over the accessibility of these non-Legislative publications and external websites. Links are provided as a service to our audience, in an effort to provide additional information where applicable.

Accessibility & Usability Comments

If you are having accessibility or usability problems with any Minnesota Legislative website or software, please send your comments to us by using the Accessibility & Usability Comment Form.


Additional accessibility information is available in the FAQ - Disability Access, which includes information about wheelchair-accessibility, services for people who are blind or visually impaired, and services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, among other topics.