1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 677, the first engrossment, as follows:
1.2Page 169, after line 2, insert:

1.4(a) Labor peace agreements are required on any qualifying project in which the state
1.5or a local government has a proprietary interest or acts as a market participant if the
1.6project will result in the employment of hospitality workers.
1.7(b) For the purposes of this section:
1.8(1) the state or a local government has a proprietary interest or acts as a market
1.9participant in a project where it is the owner of the project or finances the project in whole
1.10or in part by any of the following: providing a grant, providing a loan, contributing real
1.11property, personal property, or infrastructure, guaranteeing any payment under any loan,
1.12lease, or other obligation, providing tax increment financing, contributing revenue on
1.13general obligation bonds, or providing a tax abatement, reduction, deferral, or credit;
1.14(2) "qualifying project" means a project that is located in a county that contains a
1.15city of the first class as defined under Minnesota Statutes, section 410.01, and includes the
1.16construction or development of a hotel, a food and beverage operation that is integral to
1.17or adjacent to a hotel, a sports facility, a convention center, a civic center, or a cultural
1.18venue with catering or cafeteria facilities;
1.19(3) "hospitality workers" means all full-time or regular part-time employees of
1.20hotels and their adjacent or integral food and beverage operations as well as all full-time or
1.21regular part-time employees providing food and beverage, concession, catering, cafeteria,
1.22or merchandise services at sports facilities, convention centers, civic centers, or cultural
1.23venues, excluding supervisors, managers, and guards;
1.24(4) "employer of hospitality workers" means an employer of hospitality workers
1.25on a qualifying project and includes a developer of a state or local government-owned
1.26facility on a qualifying project or a developer of a facility benefiting from state or local
1.27government financing on a qualifying project; and
2.1(5) "labor peace agreement" means a valid collective bargaining agreement or other
2.2contract under United States Code, title 29, section 185, between an employer of hospitality
2.3workers and any labor organization seeking to represent hospitality workers on a qualifying
2.4project. Such agreements must contain a provision prohibiting the labor organization and
2.5its members, and in the case of a collective bargaining agreement, all employees covered
2.6by the agreement, from engaging in any picketing, work stoppages, boycotts, or any other
2.7economic interference with the employer's hospitality operations on the qualifying project
2.8for the duration of the state or local government's proprietary interest in the qualifying
2.9project or as long as the state or local government acts as a market participant in the
2.10qualifying project. Each such agreement must provide that during this time period all
2.11disputes relating to employment conditions or the negotiation thereof shall be submitted
2.12to final and binding arbitration. Each such agreement must provide that the employer of
2.13hospitality workers shall require that any services to be performed by hospitality workers
2.14employed by the employer's contractors, subcontractors, tenants, or subtenants shall be
2.15done under collective bargaining agreements or other contracts under United States Code,
2.16title 29, section 185, containing the same provisions as specified in this clause.
2.17(c) Any employer of hospitality workers on a qualifying project in which the state or
2.18a local government has a proprietary interest or acts as a market participant must have a
2.19labor peace agreement with any interested labor organization prior to, and as a condition
2.20precedent of, state or local government financing. When the state or a local government
2.21acts as project owner, any employer of hospitality workers must have a signed labor peace
2.22agreement with any interested labor organization prior to, and as a condition precedent to,
2.23its contract with the state or local government."
2.24Renumber the sections in sequence and correct the internal references
2.25Amend the title accordingly