.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 1532 as follows:
Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:
"Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2010, section 201.155, is amended to read:
1.4201.155 REPORT ON FELONY CONVICTIONS.
Pursuant to the Help America Vote Act of 2002, Public Law 107-252, the state
court administrator shall report regularly by electronic means to the secretary of state the
name, address, date of birth, and, if available, driver's license or state identification card
number, date of sentence, effective date of the sentence, and county in which the conviction
occurred of each person who has been convicted of a felony. The state court administrator
shall also report the name, address, and date of birth of each person previously convicted
of a felony whose civil rights have been restored. The secretary of state shall determine
if any of the persons in the report is registered to vote and shall prepare a list of those
registrants for each county auditor. The county auditor shall change the status of those
registrants in the appropriate manner in the statewide registration system.
1.15(b) At least monthly, the secretary of state must compare all prior data electronically
1.16sent by the state court administrator to data in the statewide voter registration system to
1.17determine whether any data newly indicates that:
1.18(1) an individual with an active voter registration in the statewide voter registration
1.19system is currently serving a felony sentence and the individual's voter record does not
1.20already have a challenged status due to a felony conviction;
1.21(2) an individual with an active voter registration in the statewide voter registration
1.22system who is currently serving a felony sentence appears to have registered to vote or to
1.23have voted during a period when the individual's civil rights were revoked; and
1.24(3) an individual with a voter record that has a challenged status due to a felony
1.25conviction who was serving a felony sentence has been discharged from a sentence.
2.1The secretary of state shall prepare a list of the registrants included under clause (1),
2.2(2), or (3) for each county auditor. For individuals under clause (1), the county auditor
2.3shall challenge the individual's record in the statewide voter registration system. The
2.4county auditor must provide information to the county attorney about individuals under
2.5clause (2) for the county attorney's investigation. For individuals under clause (3), the
2.6county auditor must determine if the challenge status should be removed from the voter
2.7record for the individual, and if so, must remove the challenge.
2.8(c) For each state general election that occurs prior to the statewide voter registration
2.9system being programmed to generate lists as required by paragraph (b), the secretary of
2.10state must make the determination and provide lists to the county auditors between 30 and
2.1160 days before the election and again between six and ten weeks after the election. In the
2.12year following that state election, the secretary of state must make this determination and
2.13provide lists to the county auditors again as part of the annual list maintenance.