Kentucky Legislature | 2020 | Regular Session

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

BillSummaryAction
SB2Create new sections of KRS Chapter 117 to allow a voter to cast a provisional ballot if the voter is unable to produce proof of identification, by executing a provisional voter's affidavit furnished by the State Board of Elections; describe the votin...2020-04-03
Vetoed
HB351Amend KRS 138.130 to define terms for taxes on tobacco products; amend KRS 138.140 to increase the surtax on cigarettes and the excise tax on chewing tobacco, snuff, and tobacco products effective July 1, 2020; impose an excise tax on vapor products ...2020-04-01
delivered to Governor
HB446Amend KRS 74.020 to change the limits on water district commissioners' annual salary to limits on their total annual compensation; allow the Public Service Commission to grant reasonable extensions of time for water district commissioners to complete...2020-04-01
HB449Create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to provide definitions of terms related to disaster or emergency-related work; amend KRS 141.020 to exempt disaster response employees and disaster response businesses from income tax beginning on or after Janu...2020-04-01
floor amendments (1-title) and (2) filed
HB352The State/Executive Branch Budget: Detail Part I, Operating Budget; appropriate to General Government: 2019-2020: $21,535,000, 2020-2021: $1,793,871,500, 2021-2022: $1,813,688,900; appropriate to the Economic Development Cabinet: 2020-2021: $33,195,9...2020-04-01
delivered to Governor
HB421Amend KRS 205.540 to add one representative of a recognized consumer advocacy group representing persons reentering society following incarceration to the Advisory Council for Medical Assistance; amend KRS 205.590 to create a Technical Advisory Commi...2020-04-01
HB451Amend KRS 15.241 to require the Attorney General, upon certification by the secretary of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, to seek injunctive relief as well as civil or criminal penalties for violations of KRS Chapter 216B relating to abort...2020-04-01
SB174Amend KRS 161.1211 to allow national board certification to qualify a teacher for Rank II status; change Rank I requirements to reflect the change.2020-04-01
HB353The Transportation Cabinet Budget: appropriate from the General Fund, Restricted Funds, Federal Funds, and Road Fund $4,265,500 in fiscal year 2019-2020, $2,430,720,400 in fiscal year 2020-2021, and $2,393,284,000 in fiscal year 2021-2022 for operati...2020-04-01
delivered to Governor
HB354Set out the 2020-2022 Biennial Highway Construction Plan; EMERGENCY.2020-04-01
delivered to Governor

Top Kentucky Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Rep. Ed Massey [R]124Syndicate content
Rep. Tina Bojanowski [D]114Syndicate content
Rep. George Brown [D]102Syndicate content
Rep. Susan Westrom [D]99Syndicate content
Rep. Joe Graviss [D]97Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Julie Raque Adams [R]97Syndicate content
Sen. Morgan McGarvey [D]78Syndicate content
Sen. Reginald Thomas [D]58Syndicate content
Sen. Ralph Alvarado [R]57Syndicate content
Sen. George Wise [R]56Syndicate content

Top Kentucky Committees

House Committees# BillsRSS
Appropriations and Revenue95Syndicate content
Judiciary72Syndicate content
Health and Family Services52Syndicate content
Transportation49Syndicate content
Education41Syndicate content
Senate Committees# BillsRSS
State & Local Government82Syndicate content
Floor65Syndicate content
Judiciary43Syndicate content
Transportation31Syndicate content
Rules27Syndicate content

Most Viewed Kentucky Bills

BillSummaryText
HB136Create various new sections of KRS Chapter 218A to define terms; to exempt the medicinal marijuana program from existing provisions in Kentucky law to the contrary; to require the Department for Alcoholic Beverage and Cannabis Control to implement an...Bill Text
SB1Create new sections of KRS Chapter 61 to prohibit law enforcement agencies, law enforcement officials, employees of a law enforcement agency or public agencies, public officials, or employees of a public agency or public institution operating under K...Bill Text
HB135Amend KRS 311.842 to require the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure to promulgate administrative regulations relating the prescribing of controlled substances by physician assistants; amend KRS 311.844 to establish continuing education requirements ...Bill Text
HB130Amend KRS 527.010 to define "assault weapons" and "large-capacity ammunition-feeding devices"; create a new section of KRS Chapter 527 to criminalize possession and transfer of large-capacity ammunition-feeding devices; create a new section of KRS Ch...Bill Text
SB50Amend KRS 205.647 to require the Department for Medicaid Services to establish and directly administer an outpatient pharmacy benefit program for all Medicaid beneficiaries; permit the department to contract with a third-party administrator on a fee-...Bill Text
HB286Amend KRS 314.011 to allow designated advanced practice registered nurses certified in psychiatric-mental health nursing to prescribe up to two sequential refills for a 30 day supply of psychostimulants; amend KRS 314.042 to remove the one-year pract...Bill Text
SB90Create new sections of KRS Chapter 344 to define terms; prohibit discrimination against medical care providers who decline to perform procedures that violate their conscience; grant providers the right not to participate in or pay for services that v...Bill Text
SB125Amend KRS 311.900 to modify definitions used for athletic trainer licensing; amend KRS 311.901 to require athletic trainer regulations that include procedures, discipline, a code of ethics, and standards of practice; add a third supervising physician...Bill Text
HB1Create various new sections of KRS 205 to require the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to utilize a single electronic benefit transfer card for each beneficiary; to prohibit beneficiaries from withdrawing cash using an electronic benefit transf...Bill Text
HB31Repeal KRS 237.109, which provides authorization to carry concealed deadly weapons without a license; amend KRS 527.020 and 237.115 to conform.Bill Text

Most Monitored Kentucky Bills

BillSummaryText
HB136Create various new sections of KRS Chapter 218A to define terms; to exempt the medicinal marijuana program from existing provisions in Kentucky law to the contrary; to require the Department for Alcoholic Beverage and Cannabis Control to implement an...Bill Text
SB1Create new sections of KRS Chapter 61 to prohibit law enforcement agencies, law enforcement officials, employees of a law enforcement agency or public agencies, public officials, or employees of a public agency or public institution operating under K...Bill Text
HB148Establish KRS Chapter 245 and create a section to define terms such as "cannabis accessory", "cannabis product", "immature cannabis plant", "indoor cultivator", "mature cannabis plant", and "outdoor cultivator"; create new sections of KRS Chapter 245...Bill Text
HB321Create a new section of KRS Chapter 438 to prohibit medical professionals from performing surgeries or proscribing medications to a minor with the intent to alter the sex the child was assigned at birth and create a Class D felony and a civil cause o...Bill Text
HB192Amend KRS 527.010 to define "assault weapons" and "large-capacity ammunition-feeding devices"; create a new section of KRS Chapter 527 to criminalize possession and transfer of unregistered large-capacity ammunition-feeding devices; create a new sect...Bill Text
HB45Create new sections of KRS Chapter 237 to specify definitions for "assault weapons," "large-capacity ammunition-feeding devices," and "ammunition sellers"; require background checks for private firearms sales; require reporting to law enforcement of ...Bill Text
SB90Create new sections of KRS Chapter 344 to define terms; prohibit discrimination against medical care providers who decline to perform procedures that violate their conscience; grant providers the right not to participate in or pay for services that v...Bill Text
SB32Create a new section of KRS Chapter 527 to make it a crime to unlawfully store a firearm; establish elements of the crime for recklessly allowing access to an unsecured firearm by a minor; establish the crime as a Class B misdemeanor unless a physica...Bill Text
HB67Propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to state that Kentucky's Constitution does not secure or protect a right to abortion or funding of abortion.Bill Text
HB51Amend KRS 65.133 to require local law enforcement agencies and Kentucky State Police to enforce immigration laws; create a new section of KRS Chapter 65 to define terms, including "sanctuary" and "sanctuary policy"; prohibit local governments from ad...Bill Text

Kentucky Sessions

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2020Regular Session1361254BrowseSearchDownload
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