Kentucky Legislature | 2016 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

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

BillSummaryAction
SB18Amend KRS 304.17A-254 to establish a policy governing the procedures for an insurer changing an existing agreement with a provider; amend KRS 304.17A-545 to require an insurer offering a health benefit plan to establish a policy governing he procedur...2016-04-27
filed without Governor's signature with the Secretary of State
HB10Create a new section of KRS 367.650 to 367.670 to require proper labeling on donation boxes and donation drop-off sites when the donations do not qualify as charitable contributions for federal tax purposes; amend KRS 367.668 to require lettering to ...2016-04-27
line items vetoed (Acts, ch.146)
HB129Amend KRS 625.090 to expand the requisite grounds for the termination of parental rights to include the attempted or actual infliction of death or serious physical injury to any child, or to the parent, stepparent, de facto custodian, or guardian of ...2016-04-27
line items vetoed (Acts, ch.147)
HB626Create a new section of KRS Chapter 164 to establish the Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship Program; direct the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority to administer the program; define student eligibility for the scholarship; prescribe the calcu...2016-04-27
vetoed
HB303The State/Executive Branch Budget: appropriate from the General Fund (Tobacco), General Fund, Restricted Funds, Federal Funds, Road Fund, Bond Funds, Agency Bonds, Capital Construction Surplus, Investment Income, Statewide Deferred Maintenance Fund, ...2016-04-27
line items vetoed (Acts, ch.149)
SB245Amend KRS 186.410 to specify that the Transportation Cabinet is the issuing agency for operator's licenses and personal identification cards; allow applications through alternative technology; establish a base renewal period of 8 years for operator's...2016-04-27
vetoed
HB304The Transportation Cabinet Budget: appropriate from the General Fund, Restricted Funds, Federal Funds, and Road Fund $2,225,545,500 in fiscal year 2016-2017 and $2,258,619,300 in fiscal year 2017-2018 for operating costs; appropriate from the Road Fu...2016-04-27
line items vetoed (Acts, ch.148)
HB150Amend KRS 341.370 to prohibit disqualification for unemployment benefits for a worker who leaves a job to follow a military spouse who has been reassigned to another military base or duty location that is 100 miles or more from the worker’s home; d...2016-04-27
vetoed
HCR185Direct the Legislative Research Commission to establish a Kentucky Workers' Compensation Task Force to study the workers' compensation system and develop consensus recommendations concerning that issue; set forth the membership of the task force; req...2016-04-27
filed without Governor's signature with the Secretary of State (Acts, ch.144)
HJR160Direct the Transportation Cabinet and Personnel Cabinet to conduct a review of and develop a plan to address pay equity issues within the heavy equipment operator and superintendent job classification series within the Transportation Cabinet; report ...2016-04-27
filed without Governor's signature with the Secretary of State

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
SB136Amend KRS 218A.020. 218A.070, and 218A.090 to classify all hydrocodone products as Schedule II controlled substances; amend KRS 314.011 relating to advanced practice registered nurses and KRS 320.210 and 320.240 relating to optometrists to preserve t...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
SB180Create a new section of KRS Chapter 446 to define "protected activities," "protected activity provider," and "protected rights"; provide legislative intent; prohibit any statute, regulation, ordinance, order, judgment, of other law or action by any c...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
SB4Create a new section of KRS Chapter 311 to specify how the phrase "individual, private setting" shall be interpreted in informed consent situations.Bill Text
HB303The State/Executive Branch Budget: appropriate from the General Fund (Tobacco), General Fund, Restricted Funds, Federal Funds, Road Fund, Bond Funds, Agency Bonds, Capital Construction Surplus, Investment Income, Statewide Deferred Maintenance Fund, ...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

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
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
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
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
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
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
SB50Amend KRS 158.070 to require schools to schedule the first student attendance day no earlier than the Monday closest to August 26, unless a school has adopted a year-round calendar; allow a waiver when a school has missed at least seven days each yea...Bill Text
HB584Create new sections of KRS Chapter 211 to define terms; require the Department for Public Health (DPH) to operate a medical marijuana program; establish a process to license and permit cultivators, distributors, manufacturers, and processors of medic...Bill Text
SB263Create various new sections of KRS Chapter 218A to establish a comprehensive system for medical cannabis, including provisions for medical verification of need, persons allowed to cultivate, use, and possess the drug, organizations allowed to assist ...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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