Kentucky Legislature | 2015 | Regular Session

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

BillSummaryAction
HB178Create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to allow a designation of a portion of an income tax refund as a contribution to the Kentucky Special Olympics.2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
HB408Amend KRS 153.410 to increase membership in the Kentucky Center for the Arts Corporation to nineteen members; confirm Executive Order 2014-585.2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
HB8Establish KRS Chapter 456 and create new sections thereof to allow persons to petition for interpersonal protective orders when the person has been the victim of domestic violence and abuse, dating violence and abuse, sexual assault, or stalking; def...2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
SB133Amend various sections in KRS Chapter 189A relating to DUI to replace the current hardship license system with an ignition interlock licensing system.2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
HB413Confirm Executive Order 2014-987, which reorganizes various offices in the Department for Libraries and Archives.2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
HB179Amend KRS 190.080 to eliminate the requirement that motor vehicle dealers place a sticker on a used motor vehicle notifying buyers of the requirement that a dealer must furnish previous consumer-owner information upon request; amend KRS 186A.530 to c...2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
SB82Create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to permit a contribution to be made to the pediatric cancer research trust fund to be made via a tax refund designation; require the designation to be printed on the face of the individual income tax form; requ...2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
HB510Make technical corrections.2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
HB315Amend KRS 189.125, relating to vehicle occupant restraints, to require booster seats to be used by children who are less than nine years old and are between 40 and 57 inches in height; clarify that a child of any age who is over 57 inches in height s...2015-03-25
delivered to Governor
SB54Create a new section of KRS Chapter 218A to mandate priority access for pregnant women to substance abuse treatment or recovery service programs, prevent discrimination against pregnant women by substance abuse treatment or recovery service providers...2015-03-25
delivered to Governor

Top Kentucky Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Del. Dean Schamore [D]101Syndicate content
Del. Mitchel Denham [D]94Syndicate content
Del. Linda Belcher [D]91Syndicate content
Del. Jody Richards [D]89Syndicate content
Del. Cluster Howard [D]84Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Dan Seum [R]56Syndicate content
Sen. David Givens [R]53Syndicate content
Sen. John Schickel [R]48Syndicate content
Sen. C.B. Embry [R]47Syndicate content
Sen. Morgan McGarvey [D]45Syndicate content

Top Kentucky Committees

House Committees# BillsRSS
Judiciary92Syndicate content
Appropriations and Revenue69Syndicate content
Transportation55Syndicate content
Education31Syndicate content
Rules28Syndicate content
Senate Committees# BillsRSS
State & Local Government46Syndicate content
Judiciary37Syndicate content
Education19Syndicate content
Health and Welfare19Syndicate content
Transportation17Syndicate content

Most Viewed Kentucky Bills

BillSummaryText
HB154Amend KRS 525.125 to include the owning, possessing, keeping, breeding, training, selling, or transferring of four-legged animals for fighting purposes within the offense of cruelty to animals in the first degree.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
HB168Amend KRS 243.110 to specify malt beverage licenses which are to be considered incompatible.Bill Text
SB40Create various new sections of KRS Chapter 218A to establish a comprehensive system for medical cannabis in Kentucky, including provisions for medical verification of need, persons allowed to cultivate, use, and possess the drug, organizations allowe...Bill Text
HB4Amend 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
HB308Amend various sections of KRS Chapter 15 and KRS 95A.250, relating to the Kentucky Law Enforcement Foundation Program fund and the Firefighters Foundation Program fund, to increase the annual supplement payment to local governments for qualifying law...Bill Text
HB3Include a noncodified section permitting this Act to be cited as the "Gatewood Galbraith Medical Cannabis Act"; create new sections of KRS Chapter 218A to define terms; require the Department for Public Health operate a medical cannabis program; requ...Bill Text
HB145Create new sections of KRS Chapter 438 to define terms; prohibit indoor smoking in businesses, places of employment, and other listed public places; exempt private residences, unless used for child care or adult day care; permit smoking in designated...Bill Text
HB92Amend KRS 309.080 to define "licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor," "licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor associate," "licensee," "practice of alcohol and drug counseling," "registered alcohol and drug peer support specialist," and "r...Bill Text
HB177Amend KRS 525.010 to define "adequate shelter" in regard to livestock and domestic animals other than livestock; amend KRS 525.130 to require persons having custody of an animal to provide adequate shelter and to clarify exceptions.Bill Text

Most Monitored Kentucky Bills

BillSummaryText
HB154Amend KRS 525.125 to include the owning, possessing, keeping, breeding, training, selling, or transferring of four-legged animals for fighting purposes within the offense of cruelty to animals in the first degree.Bill Text
HB177Amend KRS 525.010 to define "adequate shelter" in regard to livestock and domestic animals other than livestock; amend KRS 525.130 to require persons having custody of an animal to provide adequate shelter and to clarify exceptions.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
HB145Create new sections of KRS Chapter 438 to define terms; prohibit indoor smoking in businesses, places of employment, and other listed public places; exempt private residences, unless used for child care or adult day care; permit smoking in designated...Bill Text
SB40Create various new sections of KRS Chapter 218A to establish a comprehensive system for medical cannabis in Kentucky, including provisions for medical verification of need, persons allowed to cultivate, use, and possess the drug, organizations allowe...Bill Text
HB3Include a noncodified section permitting this Act to be cited as the "Gatewood Galbraith Medical Cannabis Act"; create new sections of KRS Chapter 218A to define terms; require the Department for Public Health operate a medical cannabis program; requ...Bill Text
HB92Amend KRS 309.080 to define "licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor," "licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor associate," "licensee," "practice of alcohol and drug counseling," "registered alcohol and drug peer support specialist," and "r...Bill Text
SB79Amend KRS 218A.1422 to make the possession of two ounces of marijuana or less a violation punishable by a maximum fine of $75; amend KRS 218A.1423 to make cultivation of five marijuana plants or less a Class B misdemeanor; name the Act the Kentucky C...Bill Text
SB130Create a new section of KRS Chapter 65 to establish procedures for local governments to enter into the retail or wholesale sale of a commercial product or service.Bill Text
HB315Amend KRS 189.125, relating to vehicle occupant restraints, to require booster seats to be used by children who are less than nine years old and are between 40 and 57 inches in height; clarify that a child of any age who is over 57 inches in height s...Bill Text

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