.................... moves to amend the H1233A183 amendment to H.F. No. 1233, the
second engrossment, as follows:
Page 1, after line 1, insert:
"Page 337, after line 8, insert:
Section 1. [3.0995] LEGISLATORS; DRUG TESTING.
1.6(a) To be eligible for compensation and expense reimbursements, a legislator must
1.7undergo drug and alcohol screening, to the extent practicable, following the established
1.8procedures and reliability safeguards provided for screening in sections 181.951, 181.953,
1.9and 181.954. Legislators may be required to undergo random drug screening. Legislators
1.10must provide evidence of a negative test result to the house controller for members of the
1.11house of representatives or the secretary of the senate for members of the senate prior to
1.12receipt of any compensation or expense reimbursement.
1.13(b) A laboratory must report to the house controller for members of the house of
1.14representatives or the secretary of the senate for members of the senate any positive test
1.15results returned on a legislator. Upon receipt of a positive test result, the house controller
1.16for members of the house of representatives and the secretary of the senate for members of
1.17the senate must deny or discontinue compensation and expense reimbursement until the
1.18legislator demonstrates a pattern of negative test results that satisfy the house controller or
1.19the secretary of the senate that the person is no longer a drug user.
1.20(c) A legislator who undergoes testing under this section shall pay a fee to the
1.21laboratory for the cost of the test prior to testing.
1.22EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective July 1, 2013.