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(KY) HB 167 - AN ACT relating to promotional sampling of distilled spirits and wine.
Amend KRS 243.0305 to make the hours and days of operation for a souvenir retail liquor licensee subject to local ordinance; amend KRS 243.130, 243.154, and 243.170 to allow manufacturers, small farm winery wholesalers, and wholesalers to distribute wine or distilled spirits under a sampling license; amend KRS 244.050 to allow retail drink, retail package, and souvenir retail liquor licensees to give a customer 3 distilled spirit samples per day rather than 2 samples under a sampling license; permit a licensed distiller, wholesaler, small farm winery, or small farm winery wholesaler to acquire a sampling license; limit these sampling licensees to providing the standard size and number of complimentary samples of distilled spirits or wine per day to each customer during regular business hours at a retailer's licensed premises; authorize the sampling licensee or its agents, servants, or employees to address the customer and pour and serve samples at the retailer's premises; require retail licensees to sell the distilled spirits used for a complimentary sampling event at no more than the retail licensee's normal selling price; permit the retail licensee to bill on a per-event basis in the usual course of business; forbid a distiller from using its sampling license on its distillery premises unless it also holds a souvenir retail liquor license; prohibit a wholesaler, small farm winery, or small farm winery wholesaler from using its sampling license at its business premises if the premises is located in dry territory; preclude a distiller, wholesaler, small farm winery, or small farm winery wholesaler sampling licensee from concurrently holding a distilled spirits sampling event and a wine sampling event at the same premises unless the Office for Alcoholic Beverage Control has approved the event in advance; authorize distiller licensees to give a consumer who is touring the distillery for educational purposes one complimentary sample of up to 1/2 ounce of un-aged product manufactured at the distillery premises; enable distiller, wholesaler, small farm winery, or small farm winery wholesaler sampling licensees to offer consumers branded nonalcoholic promotional items of nominal value in conjunction with a distillery or winery tour or a complimentary sampling event; prohibit the use of caffeinated alcoholic beverages as samples or promotional items either offered or provided to customers or consumers under a sampling license.
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(KY) HB 164 - AN ACT relating to the transfer of faculty and staff providing educational services to Department of Corrections' inmates and declaring an emergency.
Create a new section of KRS Chapter 196 to provide for the transfer of employees, funds, equipment, and supplies engaged in providing educational services and support to inmates from the Kentucky Community and Technical College System to the Department of Corrections, effective July 1, 2010; provide employees two benefit options and require them to choose an option by June 15, 2010, after counseling with the Department of Personnel, KCTCS, and applicable retirement systems; amend KRS 61.510 to define the membership date for former KCTCS employees who were participating in a qualified 403(b) defined contribution plan; amend KRS 61.592 to include positions filled by former KCTCS employees who choose to be employed by the department under the provisions of KRS Chapter 18A in the definition of "hazardous position"; exempt the department from the requirement of requesting hazardous duty coverage for those employees; amend KRS 161.220 to include former KCTCS employees who choose to retain their KCTCS benefits in the definition of "member"; provide that hazardous duty coverage, contributions, and benefits for employees who choose to be employed by the department under KRS Chapter 18A shall begin July 1, 2010, and continue while the employee is in a position providing educational service and support to inmates; EMERGENCY.
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(KY) SB 44 - AN ACT relating to college completion.
Create a new section of KRS Chapter 164 to require public colleges and universities to submit a plan to the Council on Postsecondary Education to increase the number of students who graduate with a bachelor's degree within four years of initial enrollment; require the council to develop a multifaceted tracking process capable of following cohorts of students throughout the public postsecondary system, collect student data, and report to the Legislative Research commission annually on the number of students, number on track to graduate, number who graduate within four years or within five years if in a specialty program; require boards of regents or trustees to include progress on these measures in the annual evaluation of the president of the institution beginning in 2014.
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(KY) HB 127 - AN ACT relating to expungement of criminal records.
Amend KRS 431.076 which provides for expungement of record of person found not guilty or against whom charges have been dismissed at defendant's request to require that the record be automatically expunged without a request from the defendant; expand expungement to convictions reversed on appeal when retrial is prohibited or not contemplated; permit defendant to waive automatic expungement; specify expungement procedures; retroactive.
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(KY) HB 88 - AN ACT relating to campaign finance reports.
Amend KRS 121.180, relating to campaign finance reports, to allow a filer to designate an entry reading "No change since last report" if the filer has received or spent nothing since the date of the filer's last report; if entry is designated, require the filer to specify only the balance carried forward from the last report.
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(KY) HB 91 - AN ACT relating to human remains and burial objects.
Create new sections of KRS Chapter 171 to require persons excavating archaeological sites on private property to obtain a permit from the Kentucky Heritage Council; establish a process by which the landowner shall provide reasonable access to the cemeteries to the descendants and relatives of those buried within; place responsibility on the landowner to maintain the cemetery's integrity; make denial of access to the cemetery a violation; set out a process by which the state shall dispose of human remains within its custody and control; permit a legally recognized tribal government to conduct reinterment ceremonies for Native Americans; require a person who encounters or accidentally disturbs human remains to immediately cease disturbing the ground in the area of the human remains; place responsibility of encountered or accidentally discovered human remains on the cemetery owner or the state and require responsible party to dispose of; require persons wishing to possess human remains or burial objects to obtain a permit from the Vital Statistics Branch of the Department for Public Health and limit possession to teaching, medical, scientific, or training purposes; make unlawful possession of human remains or burial objects a Class A misdemeanor for the first offense and a Class D felony for each subsequent offense; require a person who unlawfully possesses human remains or burial objects to reimburse the state for the cost of properly disposing of the remains and objects; prohibit the excavation of human remains and burial objects; amend KRS 525.105 to delete the requirement that desecration of a venerated object is shown only when one's purpose is commercial gain or exploitation; require that the tools, implements, or vehicles used in desecrating human objects be seized and sold with profits from such sale going to the council; require a violator to reimburse the Commonwealth for its costs in properly disposing of the human remains and the landowner for damage to the property; amend KRS 525.120 to increase penalty for abuse of a corpse from a Class A misdemeanor to a Class D felony; require human remains possessed or so used to be seized and forfeited to the state; require the violator to reimburse the Commonwealth for the cost of properly disposing of the human remains.
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(KY) SB 27 - AN ACT relating to certified police officers.
Amend KRS 15.520 to define "police officer," as used in the Police Officer's Bill of Rights, to include all paid, full-time officers required to be certified pursuant to KRS 15.380; make technical corrections.
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(KY) HB 110 - AN ACT relating to professional engineers and land surveyors.
Amend various sections of KRS Chapter 322 to make technical corrections to the employee and subordinate exemption and manufacturer's exemption; add language to ensure that the exemption does not extend to site-specific engineering work; require English competency for all applicants; redefine the felony conviction resulting in ineligibility for licensure as any felony involving sexual misconduct, violence, fraud, or deceit; clarify that if a business entity has a physical location within the Commonwealth, the permitted entity's engineer in responsible charge must be located at that main office, rather than at each branch office as long as he or she maintains direct supervisory control; remove the requirement for references for business entities; change the responsible-charge requirement for an owner or officer of a business entity and exclude sole proprietors from the business entity provisions; remove the requirement for inclusion of proof of English proficiency with applications; require references and employment verifications to remain confidential; change the term licensure by reciprocity to "licensure by endorsement"; remove language requiring mailing as the only method for providing notice; clarify that the licensee is responsible for renewal; remove moral turpitude language and leave any felony as grounds for disciplinary action; delete outdated language on a surety bond for the secretary-treasurer; permit roster information in electronic form; require direct supervision of construction only if the professional is contracted to provide that service; remove language for bond execution; update language regarding buildings requiring the services of an engineer or architect to make it consistent with KRS 323.033; repeal KRS 322.015, 322.200, and 322.310.
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(KY) SB 32 - AN ACT relating to inmate civil actions.
Amend KRS 454.400, 454.405, and 454.415 to require that certain civil actions filed by an inmate against the Department of Corrections, a Department of Corrections contract facility, or a local correctional facility be dismissed if the inmate fails to exhaust that facility's administrative remedies; provide notice of the dismissal to the facility and to all party defendants named in the civil action; permit a court, upon dismissal of the action, to assess reasonable costs against the inmate.
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(KY) HB 59 - AN ACT relating to live organ donation.
Create a new section of KRS Chapter 141 to provide a tax credit for individuals who donate live organs in the amount of the lesser of actual expenses or $10,000; define "live organ donation expenses"; amend KRS 141.0205 to conform; create a new section of KRS Chapter 18A to provide that state employees who donate a live organ are entitled to 30 days paid leave; provide that Sections 1 and 3 of the Act shall be known as "Beth's Bill."
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(KY) HB 58 - AN ACT relating to driving under the influence.
Amend KRS 189A.005 to expand the definition of "ignition interlock device"; amend KRS 189A.010 to include driving the wrong way on a four-lane highway among the list of factors for triggering aggravated DUI penalties; amend KRS 189A.070 to provide that a reduction in the time period of a license revocation does not lessen the time required for ignition interlock usage; amend KRS 189A.085 to run the period of a license plate impoundment from the date of sentencing to the day the offender is authorized to resume driving; amend KRS 189A.340 to require ignition interlock usage beginning with the first DUI offense and to remove an offender's ability to drive a non-interlock-equipped work vehicle; amend KRS 189A.410 to require ignition interlock usage while an offender is driving on a hardship license.
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(KY) HB 173 - AN ACT relating to establishing programs for gaining access into Kentucky's state-owned and state-managed recreational lands and making an appropriation therefor.
Amend KRS 148.795 by expanding the powers and duties of the Kentucky Recreational Trails Authority (KRTA) to plan, coordinate, and implement the "Gaining Access Into Nature" or GAIN program; establish the KRTA as a separate administrative agency of state government; require the KRTA to prepare a statewide recreational trail plan; require the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet to provide administrative, legal, and other types of staff support to the KRTA; establish the Kentucky Recreational Trails Authority fund as a restricted fund and a separate account in the fund as the GAIN account; direct land agreement fees and GAIN program fees into the fund; authorize KRTA to coordinate a statewide system for recreational trails on public lands and authorize KRTA and state agencies owning or managing recreational land to charge fees for access; require preparation of agency plans for implementing the GAIN program on state-owned or state -managed recreational lands; amend KRS 56.00 to prohibit state agencies which own recreational land to restrict public access to the land without advance notice to the local area residents.
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(KY) HB 38 - AN ACT relating to the American Medical Association's "Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment."
Amend KRS 342.0011, 342.315, 342.316, 342.730, and 342.7305 to require use of the fifth edition of AMA guides in disability determinations; amend KRS 67A.460 to conform; repeal 2009 Ky. Acts ch. 89.
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(KY) SB 21 - AN ACT proposing to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky and amending a section of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to the Kentucky state lottery.
Propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky section to permit the General Assembly to authorize by general law video lottery terminals in counties that have existing horse racing tracks upon voter approval in each of those counties; provide that the operation of video lottery terminals shall be part of the Kentucky State Lottery; create the equine excellence fund and the building Kentucky's future fund and provide that money generated by the revenue from and licensing of video lottery terminals go to those funds; propose to amend Section 226 of the Constitution of Kentucky to conform; submit to voters; provide ballot language.
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(KY) HB 1 - AN ACT relating to the use of global positioning monitoring systems including monitoring-related restrictions and sanctions in domestic violence cases.
Amend KRS 403.720 relating to domestic violence definitions to define "global positioning monitoring system"; amend KRS 403.740 relating to emergency protective orders to permit a court to restrain a respondent from going to or near specified locations; amend KRS 403.750 relating to domestic violence orders to permit a court to restrain a respondent from going to or near specified locations; create a new section of KRS Chapter 403 to permit the petitioner in a domestic violence order case to inform the court of places the petitioner does not want the respondent to go into or near; create a new section of KRS Chapter 403 to require the court to assess the respondent's dangerousness; create a new section of KRS Chapter 403 to a permit court, as part of a domestic violence order, to order a respondent to wear or carry global monitoring system device and permit a petitioner to carry a device notifying the petitioner that the respondent is nearby; require the court to notify the petitioner of the operation and limitations of global positioning monitoring system devices, and provide a penalty for removing or tampering with the device; create a new section of KRS Chapter 403 to require the Department of Corrections to contract with entities providing global positioning system monitoring services to provide services meeting the requirements of the statutes; name act the Amanda Ross Domestic Violence Prevention Act.
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