Kentucky Legislature | 2022 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

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

BillSummaryAction
SB163Amend KRS 164.740 to delete the definition of "penal institution"; amend KRS 164.7874 to delete the requirement that an eligible high school student and eligible postsecondary student not be a convicted felon for KEES eligibility purposes; repeal KRS...2022-04-25
Vetoed
HB344Amend KRS 150.175 to change the name of the junior statewide hunting license to the youth statewide hunting license; remove the requirement that a person under 16 have the permission of his or her parent, guardian, or custodian to obtain a youth stat...2022-04-25
Vetoed
HB291Amend and repeal various sections of KRS to modify requirements for various state agencies to report to the Interim Joint Committee on Appropriations and Revenue.2022-04-19
Vetoed
SB347Create a new section of KRS Chapter 174 to require the Transportation Cabinet to develop an electric vehicle infrastructure development plan to describe how the state will administer the National Electric Vehicle infrastructure Formula Program funds;...2022-04-14
received in Senate
SB354Create new section of KRS Chapter 411 to create a cause of action for introduction of an identification device; create new section of KRS Chapter 454 to restrict use of facial recognition technology and biometric identifiers; create new section of KR...2022-04-14
SB4Create a new section of KRS Chapter 11 to require executive orders to be identified by year and subject areas and to be filed with the Secretary of State; require the Secretary of State to forward executive orders to the director of the Legislative R...2022-04-14
floor amendments (3), (4), (5), (6) and (7-title) filed
HB690Amend KRS 27A.100 to establish membership by appointment, election, or office to the Judicial Council, and establish election by the membership of a chair, vice-chair, and secretary with terms of office.2022-04-14
veto sustained
HB597Amend KRS 151.100 to define terms; amend KRS 151.110 to make technical corrections; amend KRS 151.112 to allow the Energy and Environment Cabinet to request technical assistance from any agency or organization to carry out its duties; make technical ...2022-04-14
passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
SB88Create a new section of KRS Chapter 6 to establish parameters for the General Assembly when called into session by Joint Proclamation; amend KRS 6.190 and 6.211 to adjust the compensation of members of the General Assembly during a veto recess period...2022-04-14
SB285Amend KRS 67.790 to allow counties to divulge tax information to taxing jurisdictions when requested for audit purposes; make technical changes.2022-04-14
floor amendments (4) and (5-title) filed

Top Kentucky Sponsors

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Rep. Ed Massey [R]153Syndicate content
Rep. Josie Raymond [D]96Syndicate content
Rep. Ruth Palumbo [D]93Syndicate content
Rep. William Reed [R]92Syndicate content
Rep. Melinda Prunty [R]90Syndicate content
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Sen. Julie Raque Adams [R]126Syndicate content
Sen. Morgan McGarvey [D]76Syndicate content
Sen. Ralph Alvarado [R]72Syndicate content
Sen. Phillip Wheeler [R]69Syndicate content
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Most Viewed Kentucky Bills

BillSummaryText
SB170Amend KRS 260.852 and 260.858 to prohibit production of intoxicating hemp-derived products; amend KRS 260.850 and 218A.010 to conform; EMERGENCY.Bill Text
HB3Amend KRS 311.732, relating to performance of an abortion upon a minor, to require the informed written consent of a parent or legal guardian to include a copy of that parent's or legal guardian's government-issued identification and parent's or lega...Bill Text
HB136Create various new sections of KRS 218A to define terms and establish a medicinal cannabis program; create a new section of KRS Chapter 138 to establish an excise tax on certain transfers of medicinal cannabis; amend KRS 139.470 to exempt the sale of...Bill Text
HB1The State/Executive Branch Budget: Detail Part I, Operating Budget; appropriate to General Government: 2021-2022: $925,391,000, 2022-2023: $2,450,394,100, 2023-2024: $1,945,550,500; appropriate to the Economic Development Cabinet: 2021-2022: $631,100...Bill Text
HB14Amend KRS 158.183 to require a local board of education or board of a public charter school to ensure that no public school or public charter school offers any classroom instruction or discussion that incorporates designated concepts related to race,...Bill Text
SB1Amend KRS 160.345 to require that the superintendent instead of the council determines curriculum after consulting with the principal and school council and after a stakeholder response period; require allocations to schools by local boards be determ...Bill Text
HB8Amend KRS 141.020 to reduce the individual income tax rate to 4% for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2023, and provide a further rate reduction in future years if certain thresholds of total general fund receipts are exceeded, provide ...Bill Text
HB9Amend KRS 160.1590 to include definitions for "district of location", "private postsecondary institution", "proportionate per pupil basis", "proportionate per pupil transported basis"; change the definition of "authorizer" to include public and priva...Bill Text
HB349Amend KRS 210.370 to establish regional services areas for mental health or individuals with an intellectual disability; amend KRS 210.380 to prohibit a community board for mental health or individuals with an intellectual disability from providing s...Bill Text
HB354Amend KRS 314.042 to require that advanced practice registered nurses exempted from a CAPA-NS include certified nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwifes, and certified registered nurse anesthetists; allow the CAPA-CS to include limitations on dr...Bill Text

Most Monitored Kentucky Bills

BillSummaryText
HB136Create various new sections of KRS 218A to define terms and establish a medicinal cannabis program; create a new section of KRS Chapter 138 to establish an excise tax on certain transfers of medicinal cannabis; amend KRS 139.470 to exempt the sale of...Bill Text
HB349Amend KRS 210.370 to establish regional services areas for mental health or individuals with an intellectual disability; amend KRS 210.380 to prohibit a community board for mental health or individuals with an intellectual disability from providing s...Bill Text
SB170Amend KRS 260.852 and 260.858 to prohibit production of intoxicating hemp-derived products; amend KRS 260.850 and 218A.010 to conform; EMERGENCY.Bill Text
HB28Create a new section in KRS Chapter 336 to prohibit public entity employers from requiring employees and applicants from disclosing his or her immunization status; create a new section in KRS Chapter 164 to prohibit postsecondary schools from requiri...Bill Text
SB15Create new sections of KRS Chapter 367 to establish consumer rights relating to personal data, including the rights to confirm whether data is being processed, to delete personal data provided by the consumer, to obtain a copy of the consumer's perso...Bill Text
SB138Amend KRS 158.183 to require a public school shall provide instruction that is consistent with designated concepts related to race, sex, and religion; provide that nothing in the bill shall be construed to restrict impartial historical instruction; a...Bill Text
HB14Amend KRS 158.183 to require a local board of education or board of a public charter school to ensure that no public school or public charter school offers any classroom instruction or discussion that incorporates designated concepts related to race,...Bill Text
HB8Amend KRS 141.020 to reduce the individual income tax rate to 4% for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2023, and provide a further rate reduction in future years if certain thresholds of total general fund receipts are exceeded, provide ...Bill Text
HB1The State/Executive Branch Budget: Detail Part I, Operating Budget; appropriate to General Government: 2021-2022: $925,391,000, 2022-2023: $2,450,394,100, 2023-2024: $1,945,550,500; appropriate to the Economic Development Cabinet: 2021-2022: $631,100...Bill Text
HB44Amend KRS 159.035 to require a local school district's attendance policy to include provisions for a student's mental or behavioral health status.Bill Text

Kentucky Sessions

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