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KSSB57FailSuspending statutory speedy trial rights until May 1, 2024, in all criminal cases filed prior to the effective date of this act and eliminating such rights in any criminal case filed on or after the effective date of this act.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB104FailRequiring a court order be issued directing a child to remain in a present or future placement for certain children in need of care.
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2022-05-23
House Died in House Committee
KSSB123FailCreating a process to terminate the parental rights of a person whose sexual assault of another has resulted in the conception of a child.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB151FailEnacting limitations on contingency fee agreements in certain civil actions.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB152FailProviding for joint liability for costs and sanctions in third-party funded litigation, requiring certain discovery disclosures and requiring payment of certain costs for nonparty subpoenas.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSCR1608FailProposing to amend section 3 of the Kansas bill of rights regarding the right to petition the government for the redress of grievances, including by citizen-initiated grand jury.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB206FailEnacting the fairness in condemnation act to require the condemning authority to provide the property owner notice of a planned condemnation proceeding, an offer for purchase and a court review of compliance with this act.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB205FailEnacting the uniform partition of heirs property act to prescribe procedures and requirements for partition of certain real property.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB229FailProviding for payment of interest in civil actions for wrongful conviction and directing the attorney general to seek damages for the state from any person who knowingly contributed to the wrongful conviction and prosecute ouster and criminal proceed...
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB231FailIncreasing criminal penalties for hate crimes.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB220FailIncreasing the penalty for battery committed against a utility worker.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB230FailCreating the crime of deprivation of rights under color of law and providing a civil action for victims.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB246FailProviding statutory procedures and limitations related to forensic evidence collection and clarifying liability for unlawful conduct under the Kansas tort claims act.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB247FailEnacting criminal justice reform measures related to hiring, firearms certification and psychological testing of law enforcement officers
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSCR1604FailA constitutional amendment allowing for a voter petition process to call the legislature into special session during a state of disaster emergency.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB344FailProviding an exception to criminal liability when a defendant has a mental disease or defect so as not to know the nature of the act or that such act was wrong.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB368FailRequiring registration as a sex offender for violations of the crime of internet trading in child pornography or aggravated internet trading in child pornography.
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2022-05-23
House Died in House Committee
KSSB366PassCreating a mechanism to seek relief from the Kansas offender registration act requirements for drug offenders, allowing expungement of offenses when such relief is granted and requiring registration as a sex offender for certain violations of the cri...
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2022-05-23
Senate Approved by Governor on Thursday, May 5, 2022
KSSB364FailModifying the rules of evidence to require courts to allow certain persons with specialized training to testify on the issue of impairment.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB365FailRequiring courts to order domestic violence offender assessments for first-time offenders convicted of domestic battery and requiring courts and prosecutors to provide relevant documents to the certified batterer intervention programs completing such...
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB415FailDefining "primary aggressor" for domestic violence purposes in the Kansas criminal code, the Kansas code of criminal procedure and the protection from abuse act.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB412FailIncreasing the criminal penalties for violation of a protective order.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB409FailProhibiting certain restrictions on freedom of worship by governmental entities and public officials, limiting related state of disaster emergency powers of the governor and state of local disaster emergency powers of counties and cities and limiting...
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB416FailRequiring law enforcement officers investigating alleged domestic violence to conduct a lethality assessment.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB413FailAuthorizing staggered sentencing for certain offenders convicted of domestic battery.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB410FailRequiring the state capitol and legislative meetings to be open to the public.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSCR1618FailProposing a constitutional amendment that provides for legislative authority to revoke or suspend rules and regulations adopted by executive branch agencies and officials.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB414FailAuthorizing staggered sentencing for certain offenders convicted of driving under the influence.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB411FailProhibiting certain restrictions on the operation of private businesses by governmental entities and public officials, limiting related state of disaster emergency powers of the governor and state of local disaster emergency powers of counties and ci...
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB438FailRequiring audits of any federal, statewide or state legislative race that is within 1% of the total votes cast and requiring randomized audits of elections procedures used in four counties in even-numbered years.
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2022-05-23
House Died in House Committee
KSSB439FailRequiring a county election officer to send a confirmation of address when there is no election-related activity for any four calendar year period.
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2022-05-23
House Died in House Committee
KSSB457FailRequiring a waiver of extradition proceedings as a condition of bond.
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2022-05-23
House Died in House Committee
KSSB491FailPermitting workers compensation benefits for first responders who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB490FailExpanding options for legal surrender of an infant to include infant refuge cribs.
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2022-05-23
Senate Died in Committee
KSSB497FailAuthorizing the attorney general to coordinate training regarding a multidisciplinary team approach to intervention in reports involving alleged human trafficking for law enforcement agencies and requiring training on human trafficking awareness and ...
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2022-05-23
Senate Died on General Orders
KSSB58VetoEstablishing the parents' bill of rights for parents of students attending elementary or secondary school in this state.
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2022-04-28
House Motion to override veto failed; Veto sustained; Yea: 72 Nay: 50
KSSB286VetoHouse Substitute for Substitute for SB 286 - Continuing the governmental response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Kansas by extending the expanded use of telemedicine, the suspension of certain requirements related to medical care facilities and immunity...
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2022-04-26
Senate No motion to reconsider vetoed bill; Veto sustained
KSSB150PassDefining and prohibiting certain deceptive lawsuit advertising practices and restricting the use or disclosure of protected health information to solicit individuals for legal services.
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2022-04-25
Senate Approved by Governor on Monday, April 18, 2022
KSSB408PassIncreasing the criminal penalties for multiple thefts of mail; specifying that the crime of burglary includes, without authority, entering into or remaining within any locked or secured portion of any dwelling, building or other structure, with inten...
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2022-04-25
Senate Approved by Governor on Monday, April 18, 2022
KSSB434PassCreating exemptions in the open records act for records that contain captured license plate data or that pertain to the location of an automated license plate recognition system.
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2022-04-25
Senate Approved by Governor on Monday, April 11, 2022
KSSB141PassEnacting the Kansas uniform directed trust act.
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2022-04-01
Senate Approved by Governor on Friday, April 1, 2022
KSSB367PassRequiring officers to file copies of receipts with the court when property is seized under a search warrant and providing requirements and procedures for destruction or disposition of dangerous drugs and return or disposition of weapons.
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2022-04-01
Senate Approved by Governor on Friday, April 1, 2022
KSSB419PassAllowing certain employees from the department of corrections to attend the Kansas law enforcement training center and including special agents of the department of corrections in the definition of law enforcement officer under the Kansas law enforce...
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2022-04-01
Senate Approved by Governor on Friday, April 1, 2022
KSSB300PassSubstitute for SB 300 by Committee on Judiciary - Amending the Kansas racketeer influenced and corrupt organization act to add a person who has engaged in identity theft or identity fraud to the definition of "covered person" and add identity theft a...
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2022-04-01
Senate Approved by Governor on Friday, April 1, 2022
KSSB483PassIncreasing criminal penalties for theft and criminal damage to property involving remote service units such as automated cash dispensing machines and automated teller machines.
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2022-04-01
Senate Approved by Governor on Friday, April 1, 2022
KSSB102Engross

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Requiring earlier notice of anticipated release from custody of a person who may be a sexually violent predator to the attorney general and a multidisciplinary team and specifying where such person will be detained during civil commitment proceedings...
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2022-03-23
House Stricken from Calendar by Rule 1507
KSSB435Engross

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Expanding law enforcement officers' jurisdiction to include situations when an illegal act is observed that the officer reasonably believes will jeopardize the safety of any person without immediate action.
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2022-03-23
House Stricken from Calendar by Rule 1507
KSSB273VetoHouse Substitute for Substitute for SB 273 by Committee on Judiciary - Enacting the COVID-19 small business relief act to provide funds for impacted small businesses, create the COVID-19 small business relief fund of the legislative coordinating coun...
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2021-05-26
Senate No motion to reconsider vetoed bill; Veto sustained
KSSB103PassAmending the Kansas power of attorney act regarding the form of a power of attorney and the duties of third parties relying and acting on a power of attorney.
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2021-05-03
Senate Approved by Governor on Wednesday, April 21, 2021
KSSB106PassEnacting the revised uniform law on notarial acts and repealing the uniform law on notarial acts.
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2021-05-03
Senate Approved by Governor on Wednesday, April 21, 2021
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