Kentucky Senator Wil Schroder [R] | Bills | Passed

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KYSB18PassAmend KRS 344.030 to include within the definition of "reasonable accommodation" accommodations made for pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions; define "related medical condition"; amend KRS 344.040 to make it unlawful for an employer ...
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2019-04-09
signed by Governor (KY Acts Ch. 200)
KYSB6PassAmend KRS 11A.211 to require disclosure of executive agency lobbyist compensation. Amend KRS 11A.236 to prohibit executive agency lobbyist compensation contingent on awarding of a government contract or based on a percentage of a government contract ...
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2019-03-25
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 074)
KYSB230PassAmend KRS 61.872 to allow application for inspection of records to be by email and fax.
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2019-03-25
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 064)
KYSB161PassAmend KRS 15.525, relating to programs created by law enforcement agencies to refer persons for substance use treatment, to delete the requirement that the person seeking assistance be immediately paired with a volunteer mentor; provide that a person...
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2019-03-25
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 089)
KYSB61PassAmend KRS 312.018 to allow a student of chiropractic to engage in clinical practice under the supervision of a licensed chiropractor.
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2019-03-22
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 049)
KYSB97PassAmend KRS 16.132 to require the Kentucky State Police to create a tracking system for sexual assault forensic evidence kits.
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2019-03-22
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 051)
KYSB9PassCreate new sections of KRS Chapter 311 to require a person who intends to perform an abortion to determine whether the unborn human individual has a detectable fetal heartbeat; prohibit a person from performing an abortion before determining whether ...
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2019-03-15
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 020)
KYSB150PassCreate a new section of Chapter 237 to allow concealed deadly weapons to be carried by persons age 21 and over without a license in same locations where concealed carry license holders may carry them; amend KRS 527.020 and 237.115 to conform.
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2019-03-11
signed by Governor (KY Acts ch. 010)
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