1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 3058 as follows:
1.2Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:

1.3    "Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 6.74, is amended to read:
1.5The state auditor, or a designated agent, shall collect annually from all city, county,
1.6and other local units of government, information as to the assessment of property,
1.7collection of taxes, receipts from licenses and other sources including administrative fines
1.8assessed and collected pursuant to section 169.999 and diversion program fees collected
1.9under section 169.9991
, the expenditure of public funds for all purposes, borrowing,
1.10debts, principal and interest payments on debts, and such other information as may be
1.11needful. The data shall be supplied upon forms prescribed by the state auditor, and
1.12all public officials so called upon shall fill out properly and return promptly all forms
1.13so transmitted. The state auditor or assistants, may examine local records in order to
1.14complete or verify the information.

1.15    Sec. 2. Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 13.6905, is amended by adding a subdivision
1.16to read:
1.17    Subd. 34. Traffic offense educational diversion program data. Data related
1.18to a traffic offense educational diversion program are governed by section 169.9991,
1.19subdivision 10.

1.20    Sec. 3. Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 169.022, is amended to read:
1.22The provisions of this chapter shall be applicable and uniform throughout this state
1.23and in all political subdivisions and municipalities therein, and no local authority shall
1.24enact or enforce any rule or regulation in conflict with the provisions of this chapter unless
2.1expressly authorized herein. Local authorities may adopt traffic regulations which are not
2.2in conflict with the provisions of this chapter; provided, that when any local ordinance
2.3regulating traffic covers the same subject for which a penalty is provided for in this
2.4chapter, then the penalty provided for violation of said local ordinance shall be identical
2.5with the penalty provided for in this chapter for the same offense, except as otherwise
2.6provided in section 169.9991 and in associated standards or rules.

2.9    Subdivision 1. Definitions. (a) For the purposes of this section, the terms defined in
2.10this subdivision have the meanings given.
2.11(b) "Local unit of government" means a county, a home rule charter or statutory
2.12city, or a town.
2.13(c) "Diversion program" or "program" means the traffic offense educational
2.14diversion program created by this section.
2.15    Subd. 2. Programs authorized. (a) A local unit of government may establish
2.16a diversion program for holders of class D drivers' licenses who commit one of the
2.17following offenses:
2.18(1) failure to obey traffic-control signals in violation of section 169.06;
2.19(2) violating section 169.14, where the violation consists of a speed under 15
2.20miles per hour in excess of the lawful speed limit, but excluding a speed limit violation
2.21described in section 171.12, subdivision 6;
2.22(3) passing on the right in violation of section 169.18, subdivision 4;
2.23(4) following a vehicle too closely in violation of section 169.18, subdivision 8;
2.24(5) passing a parked emergency vehicle in violation of section 169.18, subdivision 11;
2.25(6) failing to yield right-of-way in violation of section 169.20, subdivision 1;
2.26(7) failing to obey a stop sign in violation of section 169.20, subdivision 3;
2.27(8) failing to obey a stop line in violation of section 169.30;
2.28(9) operating a vehicle that is in violation of sections 169.46 to 169.68 and 169.69
2.29to 169.75; and
2.30(10) using a wireless communications device in violation of section 169.475.
2.31(b) To establish a program under this section, the governing body of a local unit of
2.32government shall pass a resolution authorizing and setting the fee for the program and
2.33report the resolution to the commissioner of public safety and the state auditor.
2.34(c) When issuing a citation to a vehicle operator for an offense described in
2.35paragraph (a), a peace officer employed by a local unit of government that has complied
3.1with paragraph (b) may also provide written information about the governmental unit's
3.2diversion program, including contact information, eligibility, participation fee, duration,
3.3content, and benefits. The peace officer shall use best efforts to avoid referring an
3.4ineligible person to the program.
3.5(d) A person who has been referred to a diversion program under paragraph (c)
3.6may respond to the citation as otherwise provided for in law or proceed under this
3.7section. If the person chooses to proceed under this section, the person shall enroll in
3.8and successfully complete the program. A person who is not eligible for the program
3.9or otherwise fails to successfully complete it shall either pay the citation or contest it
3.10as otherwise provided for in law.
3.11    Subd. 3. Compliance with best practices. A diversion program operating under
3.12this section shall comply with the best practices developed by the commissioner of public
3.13safety under subdivision 3.
3.14    Subd. 4. Program best practices. (a) By September 15, 2014, the commissioner
3.15of public safety shall develop and disseminate to local units of government uniform best
3.16practices for diversion programs under this section. The commissioner may amend
3.17the best practices at any time and shall disseminate any amendments to local units of
3.18government. At a minimum, the best practices must address the following:
3.19(1) the minimum duration of a program;
3.20(2) acceptable locations for a program, including whether a program may be offered
3.21online, and whether a program must be offered within a certain distance of a referred
3.22person's home;
3.23(3) the curriculum of the program, including whether the program must address the
3.24specific offense for which a person was cited;
3.25(4) qualifications for persons conducting the program;
3.26(5) eligibility for participation, including whether a person who previously completed
3.27a program is eligible to participate again, subject to subdivision 7, paragraph (b); and
3.28(6) requirements for successful completion of the program.
3.29The commissioner, in developing best practices for diversion programs, shall consult with
3.30the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association, Minnesota Sheriffs Association,
3.31Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association, Minnesota County Attorneys Association,
3.32Association of Minnesota Counties, League of Minnesota Cities, and an organization with
3.33expertise in driver education such as American Automobile Association or Minnesota
3.34Safety Council.
3.35(b) A local unit of government may establish a program fee of up to $75. The fee
3.36must be set in the resolution required in subdivision 2, paragraph (b). Fees collected by
4.1the local unit of government must be reported to the commissioner of public safety and the
4.2state auditor. Fees may be retained by the local unit of government to pay the costs of
4.3administering and operating the program, promoting traffic safety, and administering and
4.4operating other safety and educational programs within the jurisdiction.
4.5    Subd. 5. Surcharge. The surcharge imposed under section 357.021, subdivision
4.66, does not apply to a participant in a diversion program.
4.7    Subd. 6. Contracting with third parties. Notwithstanding any other law or
4.8ordinance to the contrary, a local unit of government that establishes a diversion program
4.9under this section may contract with a third party to create and administer the program.
4.10The contract must require the third party to comply with and operate the program in
4.11accordance with the requirements of this section.
4.12    Subd. 7. Officer's authority. (a) The authority to refer a person to a diversion
4.13program under this section is reserved exclusively to licensed peace officers. An officer
4.14may not be required by ordinance or otherwise to make a referral.
4.15(b) A peace officer is prohibited from referring a person to the program when the
4.16person has more than two violations under this section in a 12-month period, beginning
4.17on the date of the first violation.
4.18    Subd. 8. Records. The program administrator of each diversion program shall be
4.19responsible for determining participant eligibility and successful completion. A report,
4.20in a form specified by the commissioner of public safety, of licensed drivers who have
4.21enrolled in, participated in, or successfully completed a diversion program must be
4.22promptly transmitted to the commissioner of public safety, who shall retain the records
4.23and communicate them, on request, to similar programs in the state for the purpose
4.24of determining eligibility.
4.25    Subd. 9. Driving records. (a) The commissioner of public safety may not record
4.26the underlying violation on the driving record of an eligible person who successfully
4.27completes a diversion program or use it as grounds for revocation or suspension of the
4.28person's driver's license.
4.29(b) A violation under this section must be recorded in the comprehensive
4.30incident-based reporting system under section 299C.40, for the limited purpose of
4.31ensuring compliance with subdivision 7, paragraph (b).
4.32    Subd. 10. Commercial drivers' licenses and commercial vehicles; eligibility for
4.33participation. A person who holds a commercial driver's license, or is the driver of a
4.34commercial vehicle in which an offense was committed, is not eligible for a diversion
4.35program under this section if participation would constitute noncompliance with federal
4.36law or regulation and subject the state to possible loss of federal funds.
5.1    Subd. 11. Local preemption. Diversion programs under this section are limited
5.2exclusively to those offenses listed in subdivision 2, paragraph (a).
5.3    Subd. 12. Data. Data on individuals referred to or enrolled in a diversion program
5.4under this section are private data on individuals and may not be disclosed to insurers or
5.5used by insurers to adjust an individual's vehicle insurance premiums. However, the
5.6Department of Public Safety, law enforcement personnel, and individuals working with
5.7diversion programs may access the data to carry out their duties under this section.

5.8    Sec. 5. EFFECTIVE DATE.
5.9Section 4, subdivision 4, is effective the day after final enactment. Sections 1 to 3,
5.10and section 4, subdivisions 2, 3, and 5 to 12, are effective January 15, 2015. "