A Minnesota House committee debates a bill this afternoon that would prohibit anyone who receives a grant from the state’s arts and cultural heritage fund from using it for a project that promotes terrorism or criminal activity. It’s sparked by reports that a grant recipient used those tax dollars to develop an anti-pipeline, eco-terrorism video game. Another House panel today considers a bill that would require certain D-W-I offenders to participate in the ignition interlock program if they want their license reinstated. A second bill would require lifetime drivers license revocation for certain repeat offenders, although they could petition for reinstatement after ten years. And a Senate panel this afternoon debates two bills aimed at reducing elder and vulnerable adult abuse in Minnesota nursing homes and other facilities.