Florida Senate - 2024                          SENATOR AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS for CS for HB 433
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                Floor: 1/AD/RM         .            Floor: C            
             03/08/2024 12:01 PM       .      03/08/2024 01:12 PM       

       Senator Trumbull moved the following:
    1         Senate Amendment to House Amendment (702123) to Senate
    2  Amendment (with title amendment)
    4         Delete lines 21 - 65
    5  and insert:
    6  political subdivision.
    7         (c)A political subdivision may not through the use of
    8  evaluation factors, qualification of bidders, or otherwise award
    9  preferences on the basis of wages or employment benefits
   10  provided by vendors, contractors, service providers, or other
   11  parties doing business with the political subdivision.
   12         (3) This section does not:
   13         (a) Limit the authority of a political subdivision to
   14  establish a minimum wage other than a state or federal minimum
   15  wage or to provide employment benefits not otherwise required
   16  under state or federal law:
   17         1. For the employees of the political subdivision; or
   18         2.For the employees of an employer contracting to provide
   19  goods or services for the political subdivision, or for the
   20  employees of a subcontractor of such an employer, under the
   21  terms of a contract with the political subdivision; or
   22         2.3. For the employees of an employer receiving a direct
   23  tax abatement or subsidy from the political subdivision, as a
   24  condition of the direct tax abatement or subsidy.
   25         Section 3. The amendments to s. 218.077, Florida Statutes,
   26  by this act, do not impair any contract entered into before
   27  September 30, 2026.
   28         Section 4. Section 448.077, Florida Statutes, is created to
   29  read:
   30         448.077Preemption of employee scheduling regulation.— A
   31  local government may not adopt or enforce any ordinance,
   32  resolution, order, rule, policy, or contract requirement
   33  regulating scheduling, including predictive scheduling, by a
   34  private employer except as expressly authorized or required by
   35  state or federal law, rule, or regulation or pursuant to federal
   36  grant requirements.
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   39  And the title is amended as follows:
   40         Delete lines 79 - 85
   41  and insert:
   42         subdivision; revising and providing applicability;
   43         creating s. 448.077, F.S.; prohibiting a local
   44         government from adopting or enforcing certain measures
   45         regulating scheduling by private employers, except as
   46         otherwise authorized or required by law; creating s.