#KYGA Calendar Mar. 7

HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEE ON LICENSING, OCCUPATIONS, AND ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS (H) – 8:30 am, Annex Room 169

Agenda: BILLS FOR CONSIDERATION
Bills
• 18RS HB 328 – AN ACT relating to mechanical systems.
• 18RS SB 98 – AN ACT relating to entertainment destination center licenses.

FOR DISCUSSION ONLY
Bills
• 18RS HB 400 – AN ACT relating to direct shipment of alcoholic beverages and declaring an emergency.
• 18RS HB 580 – AN ACT relating to alcoholic beverages.

Members: Rep. Adam Koenig (Chair), Rep. Chad McCoy, Rep. Al Gentry, Rep. Dennis Keene, Rep. Jerry T. Miller, Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, Rep. Kimberly Poore Moser, Rep. David Osborne, Rep. Ruth Ann Palumbo, Rep. Phillip Pratt, Rep. Sal Santoro, Rep. Arnold Simpson, Rep. Diane St. Onge, Rep. Walker Thomas, Rep. Susan Westrom

SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION – 9:00 am, Annex Room 154

Agenda: Approval of February 28, 2018 Minutes

Consideration of Bills
Bills
• 18RS HB 33/CS – AN ACT relating to the overtaking of bicycles on a roadway.
• 18RS HB 133 – AN ACT relating to the transportation of agricultural commodities and supplies.
• 18RS HB 168 – AN ACT relating to railroad crossings.

Members: Sen. Ernie Harris (Chair), Sen. Brandon Smith, Sen. Joe Bowen, Sen. Jared Carpenter, Sen. C.B. Embry, Sen. Jimmy Higdon, Sen. Paul Hornback, Sen. Gerald A. Neal, Sen. Dorsey Ridley, Sen. Albert Robinson, Sen. Johnny Ray Turner, Sen. Mike Wilson

HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION – 10:00 am, Annex Room 149

Agenda: Bills for Consideration
• 18RS HB 595 – AN ACT relating to school districts.

Members: Rep. John Carney (Chair), Rep. Steve Riley, Rep. Danny Bentley , Rep. Jim DeCesare, Rep. Mark Hart, Rep. Regina Huff, Rep. Mary Lou Marzian, Rep. Reginald Meeks, Rep. Charles Miller, Rep. Phil Moffett, Rep. Tim Moore, Rep. Kimberly Poore Moser, Rep. Rick G. Nelson, Rep. Melinda Gibbons Prunty, Rep. Jody Richards, Rep. Attica Scott, Rep. James Tipton, Rep. Gerald Watkins, Rep. Russell Webber, Rep. Jill York

SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND WELFARE – 10:00 am, Annex Room 131

Agenda: Bills for Consideration
• 18RS SB 6 – AN ACT relating to the safe disposal of controlled substances.
• 18RS SB 201 – AN ACT relating to services for children and transition-age youth.
• 18RS SR 170 – A RESOLUTION declaring pornography to be a public health crisis, encouraging education on the dangers of pornography, and requesting the increased enforcement of current laws to curb the objectification and exploitation of women and children.
• 18RS HB 191 – AN ACT relating to consumer protection in eye care.
• 18RS HB 214 – AN ACT relating to Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita.

Members: Sen. Julie Raque Adams (Chair), Sen. Ralph Alvarado, Sen. Tom Buford, Sen. Danny Carroll, Sen. Julian M. Carroll, Sen. David P. Givens, Sen. Denise Harper Angel, Sen. Alice Forgy Kerr, Sen. Stephen Meredith, Sen. Reginald Thomas, Sen. Max Wise

SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY – 11:00 am, Annex Room 154

Agenda: Consideration of Bills
Bills
• 18RS HB 264 – AN ACT relating to reorganizations.
• 18RS SB 197 – AN ACT relating to water well drillers.
• 18RS SB 249 – AN ACT relating to oil and gas hearings.

Members: Sen. Jared Carpenter (Chair), Sen. Brandon Smith, Sen. C.B. Embry, Sen. Ernie Harris, Sen. Paul Hornback, Sen. Ray S. Jones II, Sen. Christian McDaniel, Sen. John Schickel, Sen. Johnny Ray Turner, Sen. Robin L. Webb, Sen. Whitney Westerfield

HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY – 12:00 Noon, Annex Room 171

Agenda: Bills for Consideration
Bills
• 18RS HB 454 – AN ACT relating to the human rights of unborn children and declaring an emergency.
• 18RS HB 207 – AN ACT relating to cell phones.
• 18RS HB 315 – AN ACT relating to concealed carry.
• 18RS HB 373 – AN ACT relating to disclosure of body-worn camera recordings.
• 18RS HB 166 – AN ACT relating to medical cannabis and making an appropriation therefor.

Bills Posted for Consideration at Future Meetings
Bills
• 18RS HB 356 – AN ACT relating to sex offender registrants.
• 18RS HB 372 – AN ACT relating to protections of religious organizations.
• 18RS HB 415 – AN ACT relating to juvenile justice.
• 18RS HB 391 – AN ACT relating to inheritance.
• 18RS HB 528 – AN ACT relating to joint custody.
• 18RS HB 529 – AN ACT relating to sentencing credits.
• 18RS HB 353 – AN ACT relating to discrimination.
• 18RS HB 355 – AN ACT relating to civil rights.
• 18RS HB 262 – AN ACT relating to retired justices and judges.
• 18RS HB 269 – AN ACT relating to divorce.
• 18RS HB 294 – AN ACT relating to human trafficking.
• 18RS HB 210 – AN ACT relating to public protection.
• 18RS HB 313 – AN ACT relating to the recording of wills.
• 18RS HB 240 – AN ACT relating to sanctuary cities and universities.
• 18RS HB 178 – AN ACT relating to DNA and making an appropriation therefor.
• 18RS HB 287 – AN ACT relating to powers of appointment.
• 18RS HB 288 – AN ACT relating to property and trusts.
• 18RS HB 155 – AN ACT relating to the abolition of the death penalty.
• 18RS HB 316 – AN ACT relating to the death penalty.
• 18RS HB 225 – AN ACT relating to the advertising of opiate and opioid agonist drugs.
• 18RS HB 102 – AN ACT relating to arrests.
• 18RS HB 115 – AN ACT relating to reporting prescriptions to terminate a pregnancy.
• 18RS HB 31 – AN ACT relating to firearms.
• 18RS HB 371 – AN ACT relating to the surviving spouse exemption.
• 18RS HB 378 – AN ACT relating to notice.
• 18RS HB 28 – AN ACT relating to criminal histories of job applicants.
• 18RS HB 25 – AN ACT relating to the reporting of child abuse, neglect, or dependency.
• 18RS HB 325 – AN ACT relating to condominiums.
• 18RS HB 396 – AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments and making an appropriation therefor.
• 18RS HB 447 – AN ACT relating to animal torture.
• 18RS HB 457 – AN ACT relating to probation and parole supervision.
• 18RS HB 515 – AN ACT relating to venue in civil actions that include the Commonwealth or its agencies.
• 18RS HB 517 – AN ACT relating to grandparent visitation.
• 18RS SB 109 – AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments.

Bills Referred to Committee – Not Posted
Bills
• 18RS HB 36 – AN ACT relating to carrying concealed weapons.
• 18RS HB 43 – AN ACT relating to appellate judges.
• 18RS HB 53 – AN ACT relating to public protests.
• 18RS HB 60 – AN ACT relating to life imprisonment for persistent felony offenders.
• 18RS HB 62 – AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments.
• 18RS HB 66 – AN ACT relating to the investigation of a shooting or deadly incident by a law enforcement officer.
• 18RS HB 83 – AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments.
• 18RS HB 94 – AN ACT relating to the transfer of real property on death.
• 18RS HB 104 – AN ACT relating to operator’s license testing.
• 18RS HB 126 – AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments.
• 18RS HB 131 – AN ACT relating to the use of juries in competency hearings conducted in guardianship proceedings.
• 18RS HB 181 – AN ACT relating to hate crimes.
• 18RS HB 195 – AN ACT relating to civil rights.
• 18RS HB 209 – AN ACT relating to the possession of firearms by persons found to have committed hate crimes.
• 18RS HB 219 – AN ACT relating to drug treatment and prevention and making an appropriation therefor.
• 18RS HB 330 – AN ACT relating to citations.
• 18RS HB 333 – AN ACT relating to official documents.
• 18RS HB 352 – AN ACT relating to employment discrimination.
• 18RS HB 354 – AN ACT relating to employment discrimination.
• 18RS HB 377 – AN ACT relating to expungement.
• 18RS HB 387 – AN ACT relating to the regulation of firearms and ammunition by local governments.
• 18RS HB 397 – AN ACT relating to female genital mutilation.
• 18RS HB 407 – AN ACT relating to bonds.
• 18RS HB 409 – AN ACT relating to firearms and firearms accessories and declaring an emergency.
• 18RS HB 410 – AN ACT relating to a firearms offense registry.
• 18RS HB 411 – AN ACT relating to the destruction of firearms.
• 18RS HB 412 – AN ACT relating to lost or stolen firearms.
• 18RS HB 442 – AN ACT relating to assault on a service animal.
• 18RS HB 443 – AN ACT relating to nonprofit corporations.
• 18RS HB 462 – AN ACT relating to liens on real property.
• 18RS HB 498 – AN ACT relating to firearms.
• 18RS HB 499 – AN ACT relating to child support.
• 18RS HB 500 – AN ACT relating to employment agreements.
• 18RS HB 502 – AN ACT relating to firearms and declaring an emergency.
• 18RS HB 503 – AN ACT relating to attorneys.
• 18RS HB 510 – AN ACT relating to the wearing of masks in public.
• 18RS HB 518 – AN ACT relating to employment.
• 18RS HB 522 – AN ACT relating to the judiciary.
• 18RS HB 523 – AN ACT relating to the judiciary.
• 18RS HB 533 – AN ACT relating to civil actions.
• 18RS HB 534 – AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments.
• 18RS HB 544 – AN ACT relating to extreme risk protective orders.
• 18RS HB 549 – AN ACT relating to preserving families that include a parent who is blind.
• 18RS HB 550 – AN ACT relating to the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
• 18RS HB 561 – AN ACT relating to the appointment of counsel.
• 18RS HB 602 – AN ACT relating to firearms and firearms accessories and declaring an emergency.
• 18RS HB 612 – AN ACT relating to driving under the influence.
• 18RS HR 13 – A RESOLUTION urging drug crime diversion programs.
• 18RS HCR 215 – A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the Division of Probation and Parole to increase restrictions on offenders who violate the conditions of their probation or parole.
• 18RS SB 20 – AN ACT relating to health care providers.
• 18RS SB 108 – AN ACT relating to child support enforcement of health care coverage.

Members: Rep. Joseph M. Fischer (Chair), Rep. Jason Petrie, Rep. Robert Benvenuti , Rep. John Blanton, Rep. Larry Brown, Rep. Tom Burch, Rep. McKenzie Cantrell, Rep. Daniel Elliott , Rep. Angie Hatton, Rep. Jeff Hoover, Rep. Joni L. Jenkins, Rep. Stan Lee, Rep. Chad McCoy, Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, Rep. Kimberly Poore Moser, Rep. Jason Nemes, Rep. Darryl T. Owens, Rep. Brandon Reed, Rep. Kevin Sinnette, Rep. Gerald Watkins

HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT – 12:00 Noon, Annex Room 131

Agenda: The following bills are posted and may be called for consideration:
Bills
• 18RS HB 95 – AN ACT relating to fire department merger and making an appropriation therefor.
• 18RS HB 424 – AN ACT relating to the Kentucky 911 Services Board.
• 18RS HB 437 – AN ACT relating to the sale or disposition of certain county property.
• 18RS HR 191 – A RESOLUTION encouraging local governments and local public agencies providing playgrounds to utilize playground equipment accessible to and usable by all persons regardless of physical or mental condition, so children of all abilities can play alongside each other.

Members: Rep. Rob Rothenburger (Chair), Rep. DJ Johnson, Rep. Danny Bentley , Rep. George Brown Jr, Rep. Ken Fleming, Rep. Kelly Flood, Rep. Kenny Imes, Rep. Kim King, Rep. Adam Koenig, Rep. Stan Lee, Rep. Brian Linder, Rep. Michael Meredith, Rep. Jerry T. Miller, Rep. Robby Mills, Rep. Phil Moffett, Rep. Steve Riggs, Rep. Attica Scott, Rep. Arnold Simpson, Rep. John Sims Jr, Rep. Kevin Sinnette

SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT – 12:00 Noon, Annex Room 154

Agenda: Bills for Consideration
• 18RS SB 1/AA – AN ACT relating to retirement.
• 18RS HB 223/LM – AN ACT relating to public housing authorities.
• 18RS HB 310/LM – AN ACT relating to the reporting of information by governmental entities.

Members: Sen. Joe Bowen (Chair), Sen. Stan Humphries, Sen. Ralph Alvarado, Sen. Denise Harper Angel, Sen. Christian McDaniel, Sen. Morgan McGarvey, Sen. Dorsey Ridley, Sen. Albert Robinson, Sen. Wil Schroder, Sen. Dan “Malano” Seum, Sen. Damon Thayer

House Convenes – 2:00 pm, House Chambers

Senate Convenes – 2:00 pm, Senate Chambers