1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 883 as follows:
1.2Page 1, line 10, delete "11" and insert "13"
1.3Page 1, line 13, delete "a representative" and insert "two representatives"
1.4Page 2, line 15, delete "government procurement agreements of"
1.5Page 2, line 16, delete "government procurement" and insert "federal trade"
1.6Page 2, line 21, delete "government" and insert "federal trade"
1.7Page 2, line 22, delete "procurement"
1.8Page 2, delete lines 24 and 25
1.9Page 2, line 26, delete "(6)" and insert "(5)"
1.10Page 2, line 28, delete "as directed by the governor or the legislature"
1.11Page 2, line 29, delete "(7)" and insert "(6)"
1.12Page 2, after line 32 insert:

1.14(a) The Department of Administration must file with the governor, the speaker of the
1.15house, the majority leader of the senate, and the trade policy advisory group an annual
1.16report analyzing the following impacts of trade policy on the state:
1.17(1) an audit of the amount of public contract work being performed overseas;
1.18(2) an audit of government goods being procured from overseas;
1.19(3) a study of the impact of federal trade agreements and local employment levels,
1.20tax revenues, and retraining and adjustment costs;
1.21(4) an analysis of the constraints trade rules place on state regulatory authority
1.22including, but not limited to, the state's ability to preserve the environment, protect public
1.23health and safety, and provide high-quality public services; and
1.24(5) findings and recommendations of specific actions the state should take in
1.25response to the impacts of trade on the state identified in clauses (1) to (4). These actions
1.26may include, but shall not be limited to:
2.1(i) revocation of the state's consent to be bound by the procurement rules of
2.2international trade agreements;
2.3(ii) prohibition of offshore performance of state contract work and preferences
2.4for domestic content in state purchasing;
2.5(iii) state support for cases brought under federal trade laws by residents of the state;
2.6(iv) state advocacy for reform of trade agreements and trade laws at the federal
2.7level; and
2.8(v) implementation of a growth strategy formulated with business, labor, and
2.9community participation. The strategy may include, but not be limited to:
2.10(A) more effective early warning and layoff aversion measures;
2.11(B) increased assistance and adjustment programs for displaced workers and
2.12trade-impacted communities;
2.13(C) stronger standards and accountability for recipients of state subsidies and
2.15(D) investments in workforce training and development;
2.16(E) investments in technology and infrastructure; and
2.17(F) increased access to capital for local producers.
2.18(b) Within 30 days of receipt of the annual trade impact report:
2.19(1) the governor shall review the report and issue a public statement explaining
2.20which of the report's recommendations for specific action under paragraph (a), clause (5),
2.21the governor must act upon in the next 30 days, whether through executive action or
2.22proposed legislation; and
2.23(2) the legislature shall review the report, hold public hearings on the report's
2.24recommendations for specific action under paragraph (a), clause (5), and introduce
2.25legislation to enact those recommendations accepted by the legislature."
2.26Amend the title as follows:
2.27Page 1, line 2, after the second semicolon, insert "requiring a report;"