1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 2687 as follows:
1.2Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:

1.3    "Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 546.27, subdivision 2, is amended to read:
1.4    Subd. 2. Board of on Judicial Standards review. At least annually, The chief
1.5judges of the judicial districts and the Board on Judicial Standards shall review the
1.6compliance of each district judge judges with the provisions of subdivision 1 as provided
1.7in this subdivision. To facilitate this review, the director of the state judicial information
1.8system shall notify the executive secretary of the state Board on Judicial Standards when a
1.9matter exceeds provide monthly reports to the chief judges identifying matters that have
1.10exceeded 90 days without a disposition. The board shall notify the commissioner of
1.11management and budget of each judge not in compliance. If the board finds that a judge
1.12has compelling reasons for noncompliance, it may decide not to issue the notice. Upon
1.13notification that the first 90-day infraction, the director shall notify the chief judge of
1.14the judge's district that a judge is not in compliance, the commissioner of management
1.15and budget shall not pay the salary of that judge. The board may cancel a notice of
1.16noncompliance upon finding that a judge is in compliance, but in no event shall a judge
1.17be paid a salary for the period in which the notification of noncompliance was in effect.
1.18 The chief judge shall take appropriate action to remedy the infraction. Upon a second
1.1990-day infraction occurring on or before five years from the date of the first infraction
1.20by the same judge, the director shall again refer the matter to the chief judge. Within
1.2145 days of the referral, the chief judge shall develop a written plan with the judge to
1.22remedy the 90-day infraction and avoid future 90-day infractions and notify the Board
1.23on Judicial Standards of the development of the written plan. At a minimum, the written
1.24plan must include measures taken to release timely decisions, timelines for substantial
1.25compliance, and audit procedures to monitor progress. If at any time the judge fails to
1.26follow the written plan, the chief judge shall notify the Board on Judicial Standards for
1.27further action. Upon a third 90-day infraction on or before five years from the date of the
2.1first 90-day infraction, the chief judge shall notify the Board on Judicial Standards, which
2.2shall take appropriate action. This section does not affect the chief judge's duty under the
2.3Minnesota Code of Judicial Conduct to take appropriate action in response to violations of
2.4the code. Should the board receive a complain alleging a serious violation of this section,
2.5the board's authority to review and act shall not be limited."