1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 3287 as follows:
1.2Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:

1.3    "Section 1. [16C.156] LODGING AND MEETING SPACE.
1.4    Subdivision 1. Preference for site with clean hotel policies and procedures.
1.5(a) Constitutional officers, members of the legislature, an agency and its employees must
1.6ask if a facility is a preferred site and must use a preferred site when selecting lodging or
1.7facilities for state employees traveling on state business and when selecting facilities for
1.8conferences, meetings, education or training sessions, and similar events in Minnesota
1.9sponsored by state agencies unless:
1.10(1) a preferred site is not available to the employee traveling on state business within
1.11a reasonable distance from the location where the employee is conducting state business; or
1.12(2) the cost of the preferred site exceeds the cost for comparable services at a
1.13non-preferred site.
1.14(b) For purposes of this section:
1.15(1) "lodging" means a hotel or motel, lodging establishment, or resort, as those
1.16terms are defined in section 157.15;
1.17(2) "preferred site" means lodging that can demonstrate, upon request, that it has
1.18adopted clean hotel policies and procedures;
1.19(3) "clean hotel policies and procedures" means reasonable policies and procedures
1.20that eliminate within the facility the availability of sexually explicit work with depictions
1.21of sexual conduct that objectifies and exploits its subjects by eroticizing domination,
1.22degradation, or violence; and
1.23(4) "sexual conduct" and "work" have the meanings defined in section 617.241,
1.24subdivision 1, paragraphs (b) and (d).
1.25(c) Lodging that on the date of the enactment of this section is under contract to
1.26provide sexually explicit work described in paragraph (b), clause (3), beyond the effective
1.27date of this section, is a preferred site if it has adopted clean hotel policies and procedures
2.1that provide for their implementation no later than 36 months after the effective date
2.2of this section.
2.3    Subd. 2. Agency solicitation documents. All agency solicitation documents for
2.4purchase of lodging for state employees traveling on state business and for space for
2.5conferences, meetings, education or training sessions, and similar events in Minnesota
2.6sponsored by state agencies must contain the following language:
2.7"It is the intention of the State of Minnesota to promote the prevention of sexual
2.8violence and to provide its employees and citizens participating in state business with safe
2.9work environments that are free of sexually explicit work or material that objectifies and
2.10exploits its subjects by eroticizing domination, degradation, or violence. For the purposes
2.11of: (1) providing lodging for employees traveling on state business in Minnesota; or (2)
2.12conferences, meetings, education or training activities for state employees or similar events
2.13in Minnesota sponsored by state departments or agencies, the state will give preferential
2.14consideration to providers that have adopted clean hotel policies and procedures."
2.15    Subd. 3. Centralized information. The commissioner may offer a centralized
2.16process for accepting notification from preferred sites and for informing constitutional
2.17officers, members of the legislature, and agencies and employees of the availability of
2.18preferred sites.

2.19    Sec. 2. PROGRESS REPORT.
2.20By February 15, 2011, the commissioner of administration, in coordination with
2.21the commissioner of health, shall provide a progress report to the chairs and ranking
2.22minority members of the legislative committees with jurisdiction over the Department
2.23of Administration regarding the commissioner's plans for and progress toward the
2.24implementation of Minnesota Statutes, section 16C.156.

2.25    Sec. .... EFFECTIVE DATE.
2.26Section 1 is effective July 1, 2011."
2.27Delete the title and insert:
2.28"A bill for an act
2.29relating to state government; establishing procedures for state agencies and
2.30employees to provide preference for purchasing lodging, training, and meeting
2.31services from facilities that do not offer sexually explicit materials and work to
2.32their patrons;proposing coding for new law in Minnesota Statutes, chapter 16C."