June 29, 2017
H.R. 2775, "Employee Privacy Protection Act"
Ordered Favorably reported to the House, as amended, by a vote of 22 yeas and 16 nays.
Press Release and Photo Album:
Amendments and Motions Offered:
|Offered By||Description||Action Taken||Roll Call|
|#1||Mr. Wilson||amendment in the nature of a substitute||adopted by voice vote|
|#2||Mr. Scott||amends Excelsior list requirements to conform with NLRB’s 2015 election rule.||defeated by 16 yeas and 22 nays||No. 2|
|#3||Mr. Polis #1||defines employer to prohibit requiring access to personal social media accounts.||defeated by 16 yeas and 22 nays||No. 3|
|#4||Ms. Shea-Porter||defines employer to prohibit activating GPS tracking without employee consent.||defeated by 16 yeas and 22 nays||No. 4|
|#5||Ms. Adams||defines employer to prohbit conducting video surveillance of employees in private areas.||defeated by 17 yeas and 21 nays||No. 5|
|#6||Mr. Polis #2||substitute amendment||ruled non-germane|
|motion||Mr. Polis||appeal the ruling of the Chair on the Polis #2 amendment|
|motion||Mr. Thompson||motion to table the appeal of the ruling of the Chair on the Polis #2 amendment||adopted by 22 yeas and 16 nays||No. 1|
|motion||Mr. Wilson||report bill, as amended||adopted by 22 yeas and 16 nays||No. 6|