Kentucky Senator Dan Seum [R]

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KYSB4PassEstablish KRS Chapter 216C; create within that chapter various new sections establishing a medical review panel system for use in civil litigation relating to health care providers, including sections setting out definitions, delineating covered heal...
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2017-03-16
signed by Governor (Acts, ch. 22)
KYSB17PassAmend KRS 158.183 to permit students to voluntarily express religious or political viewpoints in school assignments free from discrimination; require local boards of education to ensure that the selection of student speakers is made in a viewpoint-ne...
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2017-03-16
signed by Governor (Acts, ch. 15)
KYSB222EnrollAmend KRS 67C.103 to set forth additional requirements relating to redistricting procedures and the filling of vacancies on the legislative council; clarify the audit and investigation powers of the legislative council; grant power to the council to ...
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2017-03-15
delivered to Governor
KYSR162PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Samuel "S.T" Tilden Wright Jr.
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2017-03-15
adopted by voice vote
KYSR145PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Andy Thacker.
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2017-03-14
adopted by voice vote
KYSR27PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Stephen Robert "Bob" Hornback.
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2017-03-14
adopted by voice vote
KYSB190EngrossCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 600 to establish educational stability requirements for when a child is placed in an out-of-home placement.
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2017-03-08
To House Education Committee
KYSR148PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Gregory John Patterson.
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2017-03-08
adopted by voice vote
KYSR163PassAdjourn in honor of 102-year-old Juanita Green, who is celebrating her 103rd birthday on March 12, 2017.
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2017-03-08
adopted by voice vote
KYSB14EngrossAmend KRS 218A.1412 to require that persons who traffic in heroin or fentanyl be charged as Class C felons for the first offense.
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2017-03-02
posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, March 3, 2017
KYSB7IntroAmend KRS 527.020 to allow persons not otherwise prohibited by other laws to carry concealed weapons without a license, excluding certain prohibited locations; specify that businesses and health facilities may prohibit concealed weapons by posting no...
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2017-03-01
floor amendment (1) filed
KYSB112EngrossAppropriate $23,354,400 in fiscal year 2016-2017 and $125,000,000 in fiscal year 2017-2018 from the Kentucky permanent pension fund to the Kentucky Retirement Systems and apply the appropriation to the unfunded liability of the State Police Retiremen...
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2017-03-01
To House Appropriations and Revenue Committee
KYSR72PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Michael Robert Litafik.
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2017-02-28
adopted by voice vote
KYSB99EngrossAmend KRS 258.095 to modify the definition of persons who would qualify as the "owner" of a dog for purposes of that chapter.
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2017-02-27
To House Judiciary Committee
KYSR15PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Dr. James Douglas Crase.
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2017-02-21
adopted by voice vote
KYSB105IntroCreate new sections of KRS Chapter 309 to establish licensing for midwifery; establish terms and create definitions; establish the Kentucky Board of Midwifery, create membership, set terms, and grant authority and duties; require the board to promulg...
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2017-02-21
floor amendments (1) and (2-title) filed
KYSR52PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Dr. Jaime E. Montalvo.
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2017-02-17
adopted by voice vote
KYSR63PassRecognize February as Black History Month.
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2017-02-16
adopted by voice vote
KYSB109IntroAmend KRS 100.137 to clarify the powers of certain cities within a consolidated local government regarding home rule powers that do not conflict with the comprehensive plan.
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2017-02-08
To Senate State & Local Government Committee
KYSB121IntroCreate new sections of KRS Chapters 96 and 278 to define "smart meter" and to require utilities seeking to install smart meters to give notice to affected customers and the right to opt out of having a smart meter installed on the customer's premises...
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2017-02-08
To Senate Natural Resources and Energy Committee
KYSB3PassAmend KRS 61.661, 161.585, and 21.540 to require the disclosure, upon request, of the retirement benefit information of current and former members of the General Assembly, including the member's name, status, and projected or actual retirement benefi...
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2017-01-09
signed by Governor ((Acts, ch. 004)
KYSB5PassCreate new sections of KRS Chapter 311 to prohibit an abortion when the probable post-fertilization age of the unborn child is 20 weeks or greater; create an affirmative defense if the probable post-fertilization age was less than 20 weeks or if a me...
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2017-01-09
signed by Governor (Acts, ch. 005)
KYSB6PassCreate a new section of KRS Chapter 336 to set forth requirements for labor organizations collecting moneys for dues and for political activities; for enrollment for members; and for maintaining financial records; amend KRS 336.990 to set forth a civ...
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2017-01-09
signed by Governor (Acts, ch. 006)
KYSB88IntroAmend KRS 67C.111 to remove the prohibition on incorporations of cities within consolidated local governments; amend KRS 81.050 and 81A.410 to conform.
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2017-01-07
To Senate State & Local Government Committee
KYSB87IntroAmend KRS 29A.170 to increase payment to jurors for jury duty in Circuit and District Court from five dollars to ten dollars per day; provide that jurors be paid fifteen dollars per day as reimbursement of expenses incurred; amend KRS 32.070 to provi...
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2017-01-07
To Senate Judiciary Committee
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