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KSHB2021PassRequiring the secretary for children and families to assess certain children and the secretary of corrections to provide certain services to juveniles in detention, changing the criteria used to refer and admit juveniles to a juvenile crisis interven...
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2023-04-28
House Approved by Governor on Friday, May 12, 2023
KSHB2350PassCreating the crimes of human smuggling and aggravated human smuggling and providing penalties therefor.
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2023-04-27
Senate Motion to override veto prevailed; Yea: 30 Nay: 9
KSHB2214PassChanging the name of the Larned correctional mental health facility to the Larned state correctional facility and removing references to facilities that no longer exist.
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2023-04-24
House Approved by Governor on Tuesday, April 18, 2023
KSHB2033Engross

Recessed
Changing the criteria used to refer and admit juveniles to a juvenile crisis intervention center.
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2023-03-16
Senate Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by Committee on Public Health and Welfare
KSHB2398Engross

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Adding the placing of controlled substances into pills into the definition of manufacture, increasing the criminal penalties for manufacturing fentanyl and creating a special sentencing rule to make sentences for distributing fentanyl presumptive imp...
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2023-03-02
To Senate Judiciary Committee
KSHB2031Intro

Recessed
Enacting the reduce armed violence act to increase the criminal penalties for certain violations of criminal possession of a weapon by a convicted felon that involve firearms.
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2023-02-23
House Stricken from Calendar by Rule 1507
KSHB2068Intro

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Modifying how certain prior convictions are counted for the special sentencing rule related to possession of a controlled substance and providing concurrent or consecutive sentencing for persons convicted of new crimes while on release for a felony.
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2023-02-23
House Stricken from Calendar by Rule 1507
KSHB2073Intro

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Prohibiting fines and fees from being assessed against a juvenile or a juvenile's parent, guardian or custodian in a case pursuant to the revised Kansas juvenile justice code.
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2023-02-23
House Stricken from Calendar by Rule 1507
KSHB2071Intro

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Extending terminal medical release to inmates in the custody of the department of corrections with a condition likely to cause death within 120 days.
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2023-02-23
House Stricken from Calendar by Rule 1507
KSHB2329Intro

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Increasing the additional prison time for the special sentencing rule related to possessing a firearm during the commission of a drug felony.
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2023-02-23
House Stricken from Calendar by Rule 1507
KSHB2328Intro

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Excluding tests to detect the presence of fentanyl, ketamine or gamma hydroxybutyric acid in a substance from the definition of drug paraphernalia.
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2023-02-15
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2295Intro

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Requiring people who live with offenders on probation, parole or postrelease supervision to report when such offender is not home during required hours.
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2023-02-13
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2385Intro

Recessed
Creating an inference of an intent to distribute a controlled substance based on the quantity of the substance possessed instead of a rebuttable presumption.
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2023-02-09
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2280Intro

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Requiring a person convicted of driving under the influence to pay child support for any child of a person killed during the offense giving rise to such conviction.
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2023-02-08
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2213Intro

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Authorizing offenders subject to offender registration to register at one location, creating a mechanism for fees to be waived and creating a mechanism to seek relief from registration requirements for violent offenders.
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2023-01-30
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2212Intro

Recessed
Eliminating offender registration requirements for certain juvenile offenders.
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2023-01-30
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2186Intro

Recessed
Modifying the criminal penalties for unlawful voluntary sexual relations and excluding juveniles adjudicated for the offense from offender registration requirements.
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2023-01-26
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2180Intro

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Increasing good time and program credit for certain offenders and removing liability protection for wrongful acts committed by the department of corrections in making good time and program credit calculations.
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2023-01-25
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2104Intro

Recessed
Defining options for early discharge from probation for certain offenders and limiting the maximum term of supervision on probation.
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2023-01-19
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2072Intro

Recessed
Reducing the criminal penalties for most severity level 5 drug crimes and increasing the penalties for offenders in criminal history category 5-I.
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2023-01-18
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2067Intro

Recessed
Increasing the felony loss thresholds for certain property crimes to match the crime of theft.
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2023-01-18
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
KSHB2032Intro

Recessed
Allowing persons with felony drug convictions to receive benefits under the food assistance program.
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2023-01-13
To House Welfare Reform Committee
KSHB2022Intro

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Providing for the appointment of the superintendent of the Kansas highway patrol by the attorney general, not the governor; transferring the duties of governor relating to the Kansas highway patrol to the attorney general; granting jurisdiction of th...
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2023-01-11
To House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
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