Kentucky Legislature | 2016 | Regular Session

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Active Kentucky Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
HB70Propose to amend Section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky to restructure the voting restrictions contained therein relating to felons and persons with mental disabilities; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection.2016-02-05
received in Senate
SB53Create a new section of KRS Chapter 411 to provide civil immunity for damaging a vehicle to a person who enters a vehicle with the reasonable, good faith belief that a dog or cat is in immediate danger of death if not removed from the vehicle.2016-02-05
passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
HB92Amend KRS 160.107 to allow a waiver or modification of the statewide assessment system for schools participating in a district of innovation plan, under specific conditions; allow a district of innovation to use student assessments other than those r...2016-02-05
3rd reading, passed 91-0
HB99Amend KRS 158.194 to require a principal to determine the most efficient manner to produce classroom copies of the Bill of Rights; allow each teacher to choose the placement of the document within the classroom and to remove during assessments; amend...2016-02-05
taken from the Consent Orders of the Day, placed in the Regular Orders of the Day
HB74Create new sections of KRS Chapter 41 to create within the Office of the State Treasurer a trust to be used to establish accounts for the benefit of disabled persons as a companion to the federal ABLE Account legislation; amend KRS 205.200 to provide...2016-02-05
SB134Amend KRS 217.814 to define "biological product" and "interchangeable biological product" and to re-order other definitions; amend KRS 217.822 to require lower-priced biological products to be dispensed when appropriate unless notified otherwise and ...2016-02-05
floor amendment (5) filed
SB107Amend KRS 156.095 to allow teacher academies to include developing disciplines, developing beyond the core including computer sciences; amend KRS 156.553 to include computer science teachers as eligible for teachers' professional growth funds; amend ...2016-02-05
received in House
HB111Amend KRS 156.095 to require every public school to post the Kentucky child abuse hotline number.2016-02-05
3rd reading, passed 91-0
HB263Amend KRS 61.645, relating to the Kentucky Retirement Systems' board of trustees, to change the definition of "investment experience"; require two members of the Board of Trustees to be chartered financial analysts; provide that each appointment may ...2016-02-05
SB148Amend KRS 157.360 to exempt a school district's local effort from the SEEK calculation if more than 60% of the real property located in the district is exempt from taxation.2016-02-05

Top Kentucky Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Del. Linda Belcher [D]55Syndicate content
Del. Tom Riner [D]43Syndicate content
Del. Kenny Imes [R]41Syndicate content
Del. James Tipton [R]38Syndicate content
Del. Sal Santoro [R]37Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Danny Carroll [R]36Syndicate content
Sen. Ralph Alvarado [R]32Syndicate content
Sen. C.B. Embry [R]28Syndicate content
Sen. Reginald Thomas [D]26Syndicate content
Sen. George Wise [R]23Syndicate content

Most Viewed Kentucky Bills

BillSummaryText
SB13Establish KRS Chapter 245 to regulate the cultivation, testing, processing, taxing, and sale of marijuana to persons aged twenty-one years and older; amend various sections to conform; repeal KRS 218A.1421, KRS 218A.1422, and KRS 218A.1423.Bill Text
HB40Amend KRS 431.076 to expand the scope of an expungement motion under that statute to include felonies referred to a grand jury where no indictment ensues; amend KRS 431.078 to expand that statute's expungement process to include Class D felonies; ame...Bill Text
SB1Amend KRS 156.557 to require schools districts to develop and implement a professional growth and effectiveness system based on a statewide framework; prohibit the Kentucky Department of Education from imposing reporting requirements related to the s...Bill Text
SB44Create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to provide a nonrefundable income tax credit for contributions made to an entity exempt from taxation which supports public education; create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to establish a separate income tax ...Bill Text
HB35Create new sections of KRS Chapter 237 to declare legislative intent; invalidate and nullify all federal laws and regulations restricting ownership or possession of firearms; direct the General Assembly to take all appropriate action to safeguard Ken...Bill Text
HB70Propose to amend Section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky to restructure the voting restrictions contained therein relating to felons and persons with mental disabilities; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection.Bill Text
SB14Amend KRS 525.125 to include the owning, possessing, keeping, breeding, training, selling, or transferring of dogs for fighting purposes within the offense of cruelty to animals in the first degree.Bill Text
HB246Amend KRS 16.191 to require that Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers be paid equally to Kentucky State Police Officers with the equivalent rank, grade, and position.Bill Text
SB11Amend KRS 241.010 to define "bed and breakfast," "commercial quadricycle," and "discount in the usual course of business"; expand the definition of "alcoholic beverage" to include a powder or crystal containing alcohol; increase the annual production...Bill Text
HB11Amend KRS 525.200 to remove from the elements of the offense of assault on a service animal the requirement that service animal be unable to return to work; amend KRS 525.210 and 525.215 to conform; repeal KRS 525.205.Bill Text

Most Monitored Kentucky Bills

BillSummaryText
SB13Establish KRS Chapter 245 to regulate the cultivation, testing, processing, taxing, and sale of marijuana to persons aged twenty-one years and older; amend various sections to conform; repeal KRS 218A.1421, KRS 218A.1422, and KRS 218A.1423.Bill Text
HB40Amend KRS 431.076 to expand the scope of an expungement motion under that statute to include felonies referred to a grand jury where no indictment ensues; amend KRS 431.078 to expand that statute's expungement process to include Class D felonies; ame...Bill Text
SB1Amend KRS 156.557 to require schools districts to develop and implement a professional growth and effectiveness system based on a statewide framework; prohibit the Kentucky Department of Education from imposing reporting requirements related to the s...Bill Text
SB44Create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to provide a nonrefundable income tax credit for contributions made to an entity exempt from taxation which supports public education; create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to establish a separate income tax ...Bill Text
SB14Amend KRS 525.125 to include the owning, possessing, keeping, breeding, training, selling, or transferring of dogs for fighting purposes within the offense of cruelty to animals in the first degree.Bill Text
HB221Amend KRS 527.070 to allow persons with valid concealed deadly weapons licenses or temporary permits to carry concealed weapons on public elementary and secondary school property; amend KRS 237.115 to allow persons with valid concealed deadly weapons...Bill Text
SB77Create new sections of KRS Chapter 431 to allow a felony record to be expunged under specified circumstances; require the Administrative Office of the Courts to keep a confidential index of expungement orders for the preparation of presentence invest...Bill Text
HB1Amend KRS 56.8605 to redefine "financing agreement" and "funding notes" to include financing or refinancing of pension obligations owed to Kentucky Teachers' Retirement System under KRS 161.550(1)(b); amend KRS 56.868 to authorize the Kentucky Asset/...Bill Text
HB70Propose to amend Section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky to restructure the voting restrictions contained therein relating to felons and persons with mental disabilities; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection.Bill Text
HB246Amend KRS 16.191 to require that Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers be paid equally to Kentucky State Police Officers with the equivalent rank, grade, and position.Bill Text

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