Kentucky Senator Donald Douglas [R]

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KYSB28VetoAmend KRS 311.380 to add definitions; amend KRS 311.400 to add the scope of practice for podiatric residents and podiatric assistants; amend KRS 311.420 to add qualifications to acquire a podiatry license; and amend KRS 311.480 to include podiatric r...
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2024-04-18
Vetoed and delivered with Veto Message to Secretary of State
KYSR167PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Jessie "Jess" J. Adkins.
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2024-04-15
adopted by voice vote
KYSR4PassHonor Senator Denise Harper Angel upon her retirement from the General Assembly.
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2024-04-15
adopted by voice vote
KYSR2PassHonor the extraordinary service of Senator John Schickel to the Commonwealth of Kentucky upon his retirement from the General Assembly.
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2024-04-15
adopted by voice vote
KYSB6Engross
50%
Create a new section of KRS Chapter 164 to define terms; provide that a student or employee of a public postsecondary education institution shall not be penalized, discriminated against, or receive any adverse treatment due to the individual's refusa...
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2024-04-12
posted for passage for concurrence in House Committee Substitute (1)
KYSR207PassRecognize and commend the Louisville Fire Department rescue squad that executed a rescue on the Clark Memorial Bridge, and the Louisville Metro Police and emergency medical services personnel that responded to the scene.
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2024-04-12
adopted by voice vote
KYSR1PassHonor the extraordinary service of Senator Damon Thayer to the Commonwealth of Kentucky upon his retirement from the General Assembly.
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2024-04-12
adopted by voice vote
KYSB20PassAmends KRS 635.020 to provide that a child 15 years of age or older who is charged with a Class A, B, or C felony involving the use of a firearm shall be transferred to Circuit Court to be tried as an adult, to provide that the Commonwealth’s attor...
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2024-04-10
became law without Governor's Signature (Acts Ch. 160)
KYSB2PassAmends KRS 156.095 to require schools to provide suicide prevention awareness twice a year and an opportunity for any student who missed the suicide prevention awareness lesson to receive the lesson at a later time, and to make conforming changes; am...
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2024-04-10
became law without Governor's Signature (Acts Ch. 165)
KYSB50PassAmends KRS 243.0305 to allow a craft distiller to self-distribute up to 5,000 gallons of distilled spirits per year directly to a licensed retailer, to direct the distiller to register, deliver, report, and pay all applicable taxes on self-distribute...
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2024-04-05
signed by Governor (Acts Ch. 110)
KYSB188PassAmends KRS 18A.2254 to require that the state employee health plan and state agencies comply with certain pharmacy-related insurance laws; creates new sections of Subtitle 17A of KRS Chapter 304 to define terms for pharmacy-related insurance practice...
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2024-04-05
signed by Governor (Acts Ch. 104)
KYSB151PassAmends KRS 620.140 to allow a child to submit to the District Court the names of possible relative or fictive kin caregivers with whom the child could be placed if the court removes the child from his or her home; and amends KRS 620.142 to establish ...
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2024-04-05
signed by Governor (Acts Ch. 85)
KYSJR175PassDirects the Public Service Commission to promulgate emergency administrative regulations on utility pole attachments for broadband service providers that will address the backlog of pole attachment requests; establishes parameters for preventing dela...
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2024-04-04
signed by Governor (Acts Ch. 71)
KYSB29PassCreates a new section of Subtitle 20 of KRS Chapter 304 to prohibit assignments under a property or casualty insurance policy; amends KRS 304.14-250 to conform; amends KRS 304.20-060 to insert definitions, to modify coverage required for the repair o...
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2024-04-02
signed by Governor (Acts Ch.27)
KYSB125PassAmends KRS 189.281 to extend the ability for local governments to start off-highway vehicle (OHV) pilot programs to July 1, 2027, and to expand the definition of “local government” to include any local government that operates a public OHV trail ...
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2024-03-29
signed by Governor (Acts Ch.24)
KYSB46PassAmends KRS 189.110 to permit the application to a windshield of sunscreening material with a light transmittance of not less than 70 percent.
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2024-03-29
signed by Governor (Acts Ch.17)
KYSB153Engross
50%
Amend KRS 29A.080 to allow an individual age 70 or older to elect to be permanently excused from jury service; require this option to be prominently displayed at the top of the juror qualification form; require a prospective juror age 70 or older to ...
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2024-03-26
To House Judiciary Committee
KYSB295Engross
50%
Create a new section of KRS Chapter 214 to prohibit a requirement for any individual to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, modified ribonucleic acid (modRNA) vaccine, or messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) vaccine for the purposes of student enrollment, emplo...
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2024-03-26
To House Committee On Committees
KYSR222PassHonor University of Kentucky golfer Laney Frye upon her being names the winner of the prestigious 2023 Edith Cummings Munson Award.
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2024-03-26
adopted by voice vote
KYSCR187Intro
25%
Establish the Health Care Disparities Task Force; establish task force membership; require task force to submit findings and recommendations to the Legislative Research Commission by December 1, 2024.
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2024-03-25
To Senate Rules Committee
KYSB239Engross
50%
Create new sections of KRS Chapter 344 to ensure federal law relating to emergency medical treatment and the collection of evidence is not overridden; define terms; prohibit discrimination against medical care providers who decline to perform procedu...
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2024-03-22
To House Committee On Committees
KYSB143PassProposes to amend Sections 145 and 155 of the Constitution of Kentucky to prohibit persons who are not citizens of the United States from being allowed to vote in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and provides ballot language and submission to voters for...
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2024-03-21
delivered to Secretary of State (Acts Ch. 7)
KYSR208PassRecognize March 18, 2024, as Natural Gas Utility Worker Appreciation Day in Kentucky.
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2024-03-15
adopted by voice vote
KYSB130Engross
50%
Create a new section of KRS Chapter 344 to make it unlawful for a state agency to discriminate against a person based on his or her access to electronic means to obtain benefits or gain access to public buildings; provide that the Act may be cited as...
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2024-03-11
To House Committee On Committees
KYSB8Engross
50%
Amend KRS 156.029 to provide that all 14 voting members of the Kentucky Board of Education are to be elected; create a new section of KRS Chapter 156 to establish the process by which members of the Kentucky Board of Education are elected, including ...
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2024-03-08
To House Education Committee
KYSB23Engross
50%
Propose to amend Section 170 of the Constitution of Kentucky to include in the homestead exemption for owners who are 65 years of age or older any increase in the valuation of the real property that is assessed after the later of the year the owner t...
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2024-03-07
To House Elections, Const. Amendments & Intergovernmental Affairs Committee
KYSB24Engross
50%
Create a new section of KRS Chapter 205 to limit the number of managed care organizations contracted by the Department for Medicaid Services to no more than three; EFFECTIVE January 1, 2025.
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2024-03-06
To House Health Services Committee
KYSB367Intro
25%
Create new sections of KRS Chapter 194A to establish the Kentucky all-payer claims database; establish purposes, definitions, and a restricted fund for the database; require the executive director of the Office of Data Analytics to develop, implement...
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2024-03-01
To Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee
KYSB325Intro
25%
Amend KRS 18A.035 to add gender-neutral language.
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2024-03-01
To Senate State & Local Government Committee
KYSB5PassAmends KRS 150.170 to remove the requirement that resident owners of farmlands own five or more acres of land in order to be exempt from sport hunting and sport fishing license requirements when hunting or fishing on their own farmlands; EMERGENCY.
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2024-02-29
signed by Governor (Acts Ch. 2)
KYSR30PassAdjourn in honor and loving memory of Judy Taylor.
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2024-02-29
adopted by voice vote
KYSB7Engross
50%
Amend KRS 164.7874 to include an equivalent score on the Classic Learning Test as a KEES supplemental amount; define "eligible noncertified school graduate"; amend definitions of "KEES award," "KEES award maximum," and " KEES base amount" for an elig...
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2024-02-22
To House Education Committee
KYSR123PassCall upon Governor Andy Beshear to support Texas Governor Greg Abbott in securing the Texas border.
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2024-02-06
adopted by voice vote
KYSR116Intro
25%
Urge Governor Andy Beshear to support Texas Governor Greg Abbott in securing the Texas border.
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2024-02-01
To Senate State & Local Government Committee
KYSR94PassHonor the 20th Black History Celebration and recognize that Black history is American history.
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2024-02-01
adopted by voice vote
KYSR108PassDesignate February 2, 2024, as Wear Red Day to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease and women's health.
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2024-02-01
adopted by voice vote
KYSR103PassDesignate February 2024 as American Heart Month and to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease and the importance of knowing one's cholesterol.
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2024-02-01
adopted by voice vote
KYSB75Engross
50%
Amend KRS 56.580 to prohibit closing portions of Capital Avenue in Frankfort; provide exceptions for emergency personnel.
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2024-01-30
To House Committee On Committees
KYSB80Engross
50%
Amend KRS 117.001 to remove from the definition of "proof of identification" a student or employee identification document used to confirm a voter's identity; and amend KRS 117.228 to remove a credit or debit card as a secondary form of identificatio...
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2024-01-30
To House Committee On Committees
KYSB25Engross
50%
Create new sections of KRS Chapter 383 to prohibit local governments from adopting or enforcing an ordinance that requires a landlord to participate in a housing program under Section 8 of the United States Housing Act of 1937; prohibit local governm...
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2024-01-25
To House Committee On Committees
KYSR73PassRecognize Leland "Lee" Smith of the Kentucky State Police Facilities Security Division on the occaision of his retirement.
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2024-01-18
adopted by voice vote
KYSB93Intro
25%
Amend KRS 161.164 to prohibit that a local school district or public charter school from requiring a statement, pledge, or oath, other than to uphold general and federal law, the United States Constitution, and the Constitution of Kentucky, as a part...
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2024-01-11
To Senate Education Committee
KYSCR42Intro
25%
Reestablish the Certificate of Need (CON) Task Force to consider changes to the CON program; establish task force membership; require the task force to submit any findings and recommendations to the Legislative Research Commission by December 1, 2024...
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2024-01-04
To Senate Health Services Committee
KYSB55Intro
25%
Amend KRS 150.170 to allow a bona fide resident landowner and other authorized persons to take fish from any lake or pond located on the owner's property without procuring a sport fishing license.
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2024-01-03
To Senate Natural Resources and Energy Committee
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