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KYHB3PassAmend 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...
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2022-04-14
delivered to Secretary of State (Acts Ch. 210)
KYSB8PassAmend KRS 15.900 to create the definition of "abused or neglected child" and "community resource organization"; change the definitions of "state board" and "prevention program"; amend KRS 15.905 to reference the new definition of "state board"; amend...
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2022-04-01
signed by Governor (Acts Ch. 75)
KYHB442PassAmend KRS 405.075 to add Class I, Class II, Class III, and Class IV ground ambulance providers to the approved list of entities allowed to install and operate a newborn safety device.
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2022-03-29
signed by Governor (Acts Ch. 45)
KYHB157Engross

Sine Die
Amend KRS 405.021 to establish that grandparent visitation rights are not adversely affected by any investigation related to abuse, neglect, dependency of a child, or termination of parental rights of the grandparent's son or daughter who is the fath...
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2022-03-25
To Senate Judiciary Committee
KYSB40Engross

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Create a new section of KRS Chapter 405 to establish findings of the General Assembly related to rights and interests of parents; create a new section of KRS Chapter 405 to establish a definition of "parent" and specific rights of parents; establish ...
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2022-03-24
To House Committee On Committees
KYHB217Engross

Sine Die
Amend KRS 625.090 to include petitions filed under KRS 625.050 as information to be considered by the court in an involuntary termination of parental rights action.
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2022-03-22
To Senate Judiciary Committee
KYSB351Intro

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Require a school district's COVID-19 masking policy to allow parents to opt out for any reason; EMERGENCY.
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2022-03-07
To Senate Education Committee
KYSB296Intro

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Amend KRS 533.010 to create a parenting-based alternative sentence; detail requirements for parenting-based alternative sentencing plan.
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2022-03-03
To Senate Judiciary Committee
KYSB248Intro

Sine Die
Amend KRS 600.020 to add exclusions to the definition of "abused or neglected child".
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2022-03-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
KYHB727Intro

Sine Die
Amend KRS 199.572 to create processes and procedures for access to finalized adoption records before and after July 1, 2022.
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2022-03-01
To House Committee On Committees
KYHB468Intro

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Create a new section of KRS Chapter 18A to provide an employee of the Commonwealth of Kentucky a paid leave of absence of 12 weeks for the birth or adoption of a child; establish requirements; amend KRS 18A.025 and 18A.110 to conform.
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2022-02-09
To House Committee On Committees
KYHB469Intro

Sine Die
Amend KRS 199.894 to define "Child Care and Development Fund" and "Child Care Assistance Program"; create a new section of KRS 199.892 to 199.896 to establish eligibility requirements for the Child Care Assistance Program.
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2022-02-09
To House Committee On Committees
KYSB123Intro

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Create a new section of KRS 311.710 to 311.830 to require a hospital or abortion provider to inform the parents about their right to determine the final disposition of the fetal remains after a spontaneous miscarriage or abortion; make parents electi...
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2022-02-07
To Senate Veterans, Military Affairs, & Public Protection Committee
KYHB444Intro

Sine Die
Amend KRS 625.090 to delete grounds for involuntarily termination of parental rights related to neonatal abstinence syndrome at the time birth unless the mother is in substance abuse treatment.
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2022-02-02
To House Committee On Committees
KYHB427Intro

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Create a new section of KRS Chapter 337 to require employers with 50 or more employees to provide 12 weeks of paid parental leave for an employee who has been employed for at least one year; allow an employee to waive the paid parental leave; provide...
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2022-02-01
To House Committee On Committees
KYSB84Intro

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Create new sections of KRS Chapter 311 to prohibit the provision of or referral for gender transition procedures to any child under the age of 18 years; define a violation as unprofessional conduct and acting recklessly for purposes of tort claims; p...
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2022-01-13
To Senate Health and Welfare Committee
KYHB253Intro

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Create new sections of KRS Chapter 311 to prohibit the provision of or referral for gender transition procedures to any child under the age of 18 years; define a violation as unprofessional conduct and acting recklessly for purposes of tort claims; p...
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2022-01-08
To House Committee On Committees
KYHB78Intro

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Create a new section of KRS Chapter 337 to allow use of leave time for parents to grieve the loss of a child under the age of one year.
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2022-01-04
To House Committee On Committees
KYHB72Intro

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Create new sections of KRS Chapter 311 to establish legislative findings; to provide every individual the right to choose or refuse contraception, sterilization, to carry a pregnancy to term, give birth to a child, or terminate a pregnancy; EMERGENCY...
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2022-01-04
To House Committee On Committees
KYHB112Intro

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Create new section of KRS Chapter 214 to define "child"; prohibit required or coerced COVID-19 vaccination of a child without the consent of all parents, custodians, and guardians; prohibit retaliation, additional requirements, limitation of activity...
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2022-01-04
To House Committee On Committees
KYHB177Intro

Sine Die
Amend KRS 620.150 to require all visits between a child in out-of-home care and the parent or other person exercising custodial control or supervision of the child to be in-person.
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2022-01-04
To House Committee On Committees
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