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DECISIONS OF THE COURT OF APPEALS
FILED MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2015

 

 

A14-1487       Patrick Hammer Fay, Relator, vs. Department of Employment and Economic
          
           Development, Respondent.
          
           Department of Employment and Economic Development"Good cause" for failing to participate in reemployment assistance services under Minn. Stat. § 268.085, subd. 1(7) (2014), is defined as a reason that would have prevented a reasonable person acting with due diligence from participating in those services.
           Affirmed.  Chief Judge Edward J. Cleary.


A14-1236
       Robert Edward Dornbusch, petitioner, Appellant, vs. Commissioner of Public Safety,
                      Respondent.
          
           Hennepin County District Court, Hon. John Q. McShane.
           When a district court reviews the commissioner of public safety's decision under the implied-consent statute to revoke the license of a driver whose chemical-test results indicated the presence of a Schedule II controlled substance, the district court may not rescind the revocation on the ground that the drug's presence resulted from the driver's lawful use of the drug under a physician's prescription.
           Affirmed.  Judge Kevin G. Ross.