2017 House Bills
House Bill Positions reviewed by KCC as of 4/12/2017. This is the final status of bills for the 2017 Regular Legislative Session.
|HJR8||Oppose||K. Bratcher||A joint resolution declaring state sovereignty over powers not given to the federal government by the United States Constitution (already required) and demands that the federal government cease mandates beyond constitutionally delegated powers (already required). If passed, could have negative impacts on federal regulation implemented in Kentucky, especially environmental regulations.|| 1/3/17 introduced in House, to State Government,2/7/17
|HR9||Oppose||T. Couch||Urge the USEPA to prioritize compliance assistance over current enforcement practices. While KCC believes more work could be done to promote environmental compliance, the statements made in the preamble of the bill are inaccurate with regards to the influence of environmental regulation on the coal industry.||1/3/17 introduced in House, to Nat. Resources & Energy Committee, 2/16 Favorable First reading; 2/17 Second Reading, to Rules, 2/22 passed 3rd reading 80-15|
|HCR13||Oppose||W. Wells||Concurrent resolution calling on U.S. Congress to convene an Article V convention of the states to propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution imposing fiscal restraints on the federal government. KCC opposes because it could have a detrimental impact on how environmental and conservation programs are funded and curtail federal dollars coming to Kentucky.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to State Government (H); 2/24 reassigned to Elections, Const. Amendments & Intergovernmental Affairs (H); 3/2 posted in committee|
|HB 18/LM||Monitor||S. Westrom||Calls for greater legislative oversight over how state dollars are used in Area Development Districts. There are 15 ADDs in Kentucky that work on a regional level to promote workforce and economic development needs, health care and aging services, broadband palnning, transportation planning, and infrastructure planning, among others. This bill is in response to conflicts found by the state auditor in governance of the Bluegrass ADD.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to State Government (H)
|HR18||Oppose||T. Couch||Urge the US Congress to enact economic incentives and tax relief for certain counties in the Commonwealth. However, the resolution states, “Due to their decades of service in the mines of Southeastern Kentucky providing cheap energy for the good of the United States.” While Kentucky’s rates are lower than much of the United States, those rates did not include the costs of externalities from coal extraction, processing, and burning.||1/3/17 Introduced in House,
|HCR27||Monitor||A. Koenig||Create Mileage-Based Transport. Funding Task Force to develop and study the implementation of a mileage-based transportation funding mechanism and submit any proposed findings or recommendations to the Legislative Research Commission by December 1, 2017.||1/7/17 Introduced in House, 2/7/17 to Transport.|
|HB 28/LM||Support||J. Wayne||Clarifies the powers of certain cities within a consolidated local government, allowing those cities to adopt local ordinances as long as they do not conflict with consolidated government and state law and do not conflict with the comprehensive plan.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to Local Government (H), 2/21 Posted in Committee|
|HR28||Strongly Oppose||✔||A. Hatton||Urge the Congress to lift restrictions on the coal industry.||1/7/17 introduced in House, 2/7/17 to Nat. Resource & Energy|
|HB35||Strongly Support||✔||J. Miller||Establishes public benefit corporations. A public benefit corporation must be managed in a manner that balances the pecuniary interests of the stockholders, the best interests of those materially affected by the corporation’s conduct, and the specific public benefit or public benefits identified in its articles of incorporation. Thus, the fiduciary obligation of the board is not just to its shareholders, but also to those affected by the corporations conduct and the public benefit the corporation provides.||Signed into Law by Governor on 3/20||Amended,
HCS1, adds annual reporting
|HB37||Strongly Oppose||✔||T. Couch
|Amends state property tax laws to exempt unmined coal reserves from state and local property taxation under certain circumstances. This tax revenue is 50% of the Kentucky Heritage Land and Conservation Fund’s income. If it passes land acquisition of natural areas could permanently be halved, at best.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to A&R|
|HB50||Strongly Oppose||✔||K. Imes||This bill calls for an administrative regulation to automatically expire after seven years unless action is taken to not let it expire.||Signed into law by the Governor 3/21||Passed Committee Sub HCS1|
|HCR50||Strongly Support||✔||A. Hatton, C. Fugate, J. Blanton, L. Brown, T. Couch, M. Prunty, W. Thomas||Urges Congress to pass the bipartisan Revitalizing the Economy of Coal Communities by Leveraging Local Activities and Investing More (RECLAIM) Act to accelerate disbursement of $1 billion in available funding in the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund to revitalize coal communities hardest hit by the downturn of the coal industry.||2/8/17 Introduced in the House; 2/13/17 to Economic Development & Workforce Investment|
|HJR54||Oppose||J. DeCesare||Apply to Congress under the provisions of Article V of the Constitution of the United States for the calling of a convention of the states limited to proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States that impose fiscal restraint on the federal government and that limit the powers and jurisdiction of the federal government.||2/9 Introduced in House, 2/13 to Elections, Const. Amendments & Intergov. Affairs. 2/27 Floor amendments filed. 3/2 posted in committee.||Floor Amendments filed: HFA1, HFA2|
|HJR56||Strongly Support||✔||R. Webber||Directs the Kentucky Division of Water to conduct a study identifying privately owned and operated small wastewater treatment plants in the state, as well as providing certain data relating to the plants. Requires a practical emergency intervention method to respond to plant failures.||Signed into law by the Governor on 3/27||Floor amendment HFA1|
|HB61/LM||Support||J. Gooch Jr.||Increases the amount of minerals and coal severance and processing taxes distributed to local governments through the local government economic assistance fund (LGEAF), which supports several programs including environmental protection and social services.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to House A&R|
|HB64||Support||J. Donohue||Creates a refundable income tax credit for the costs of mitigating noise from a commercial airport.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to House A&R|
|Allows an exemption from needing a fishing license for resident farmland owners and their spouses, dependents, tenants, and invited guests when fishing on their property from ponds or lakes that do not allow fish entry from or exit to public waters.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to Tourism & Outdoor Recreation. Floor amendment filed 3/2||Floor amendment HFA1|
|HB72||Strongly Oppose||✔||J. Miller||HB 72 requires a bond for appeals of Circuit Court decisions for zoning cases before the case is transferred to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. The House version had an exemption for churches. The version passed out of the Senate State and Local Committee had an exemption for landfills. The bill, in both versions, is poorly drafted, runs afoul of many Kentucky Constitutional provisions, and puts an unfair burden on those with meritorious claims against poor planning and zoning decisions. The final bill did not pass the exemption for churches but did pass the exemption for landfills.|| As of 3/15/17, posted for passage for concurrence in Senate Committee Substitute and floor amendment (1); House refused to concur in Senate Committee Substitute and floor amendment (1); received in Senate, Senate refused to recede from Committee subs and floor amendment, and a conference committee had been appointed in the House and Senate to work out differences. Following that, a free conference committee was appointed to work out differences. The Free Conference Committee report (1) was adopted in the Senate, passing 21-17, and then passed the House 51-39.
Signed into Law by Governor on 4/11
|HCS1 Committee Sub requires court to determine if an appeal is frivolous when determining bond. Amendments HFA1, HFA2, HFA3, HFA4, SCS1 remove exception for churches, add exception for landfills.
Conference committee CCR did not agree.
FCCR2 Minority report did not pass.
|HR77||Support||D. Graham||Recognize Frankfort, Kentucky, on its 20th anniversary as a Tree City USA.||2/14 introduced in House, adopted by voice vote on 2/17|
|HB82||Oppose||K. Imes||Reduces the number of campaign finance reports required to be reported relating to a primary or election from four to two – one 15 days prior to a primary or election and one 45 days after.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to Elections, Const. Amend. & Intergov. Affairs (H). 2/13 Posted in Committee, 2/17, reported favorably 1st reading to calendar with committee sub. 2/21 2nd reading, 2/24 posted for passage||Passed with committee sub, HCS1
|HB85||Support||J. Miller||Like SB 56, requires an operator of any vehicle on a highway to keep to the right unless signage or markings indicate otherwise and requires vehicles overtaking bicycles to pass at a distance of at least three feet.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to House Transport. (H)|
|HB88/LM||Support||J. Fischer||Requires state or local government entities that apply pesticides in residential areas to give notice to local officials and to the public no later than 48 hours prior to the application, and additional public notice every 7 days that the application continues.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to House Agriculture (H)|
|HB90||Strongly Oppose||✔||G. Watkins||Similar to SB 11, would remove current prohibition on licensing of nuclear power plants until a permanent waste disposal strategy is in place, and instead allow the construction and operation of a nuclear facility where a facility has a “storage” plan for the waste. This means that the radioactive wastes that have a half-life of thousands of years can be stored on site without a permanent disposal strategy in place.||1/3/17 introduced in House; to House Natural Resources & Energy (H)|
|HB107||Strongly Oppose||✔||J. Fischer||Prohibits a sanitation district’s (such as Louisville MSD or SD1 in Northern Kentucky) authority to charge ratepayers for so-called “indirect” or “imputed” benefits. If passed, this bill will have a devastating impact on a sewer district’s ability to promote and fund green infrastructure projects across the district. Green infrastructure can have greater impacts and be cheaper than outdated gray built infrastructure methods of storm water control and also has a positive impact on biodiversity and conservation.||1/3/17 introduced in House; 1/6 to Local Gov.|
|HJR109||Support||C. Harris, A. Hatton, R. Adkins, D. Bentley, J. Blanton, L. Brown, T. Couch, C. Fugate, R. Nelson, K. Sinnette, J. York||Direct the Public Service Commission to reexamine the electric rates charged to certain ratepayers to determine if they remain fair, just, and reasonable.||Feb 17, 2017 – introduced in House
Feb 21, 2017 – to Natural Resources & Energy (H)
|HB117||Support||J. Richards||Allows an income tax credit for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2017, but before January 1, 2021, equal to $1,000 for employers who hire certain unemployed individuals, if the individual was employed in the coal industry immediately prior to becoming unemployed. KCC supports incentives for miners, but not executives, railroads.||1/3/17 introduced in House,
1/6/17 to A&R
|HB119||Monitor||J. Gooch, Jr.
|Prevents a local government from prohibiting a waste management service company from continuing to provide services that it was providing prior to commencement of services by the local government. It also prevents the awarding of a franchise for solid waste management services where no franchise exists unless the local government complies with new requirements for hearing and notice of the displacement of waste haulers.||Signed into Law by Governor on 3/20||Committee sub HCS1/LM|
|HB122||Support||R. Bunch & 7 others||Directs the Transportation Cabinet to include a requirement for bicycle helmets for operators and passengers under the age of 12.||1/3/17 introduced in House, passed house on 2/16, received in Senate 2/17, to Senate Transportation 2/22||Passed with committee sub for technical corrections|
|HB150||Monitor||S. Riggs||Requires cabinet secretaries or deputy secretaries and the commissioner of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources to meet regularly with certain Jefferson County officials to discuss the state services regulated by those officials that are provided or not provided to Jefferson County.||1/6/17 Introduced in House, 2/7/17 to State Government|
and 19 co-sponsors
|Promotes outdoor recreation and tourism development by establishing the Kentucky Mountain Regional Recreation Authority (KMRRA), establishes funding for the Authority, and requires area development district boards of directors to cooperate with the KMRRA. (Would prefer more eco-tourism, less ATVs)||As of 3/15/2017 the Bill was combined with Senate Bill 215 which called for a Kentucky Coal Fields Endowment Fund. The combined Endowment & Outdoor Recreation bill was passed with Senate committee sub 1 and title amendment 1.
Signed into Law by Governor on 4/10
|House Committee Substitute HCS1, Senate Committee Sub SCS1 and title amendment SCA1|
|HB163||Support||B. Rowland||Provides a process for insurance companies to obtain salvage titles. Helpful in addressing the recycling of automobiles.||Signed into Law by Governor on 3/20|
|HB165||Strongly Oppose||✔||J. DuPlessis||Permits a coal incentive tax credit, which was previously allowed and which sunset for most types of facilities in tax year 2009, for coal purchased and used in the generation of electricity or for certain industrial processes including “alternative fuels” and gasification facilities, and provides for a sunset of the credits.||1/7/17 Introduced in House, 2/7/17 to Approp. & Rev.|
|HB168 L/M||Monitor||B. Rowland,
and 15 co-sponsors
|Currently, 30% of TVA in-lieu-of-tax revenue goes to the General Fund, 70% to local counties, cities, and school districts. This bill established a new fund that shall receive 50% of the 30% of TVA in-lieu-of-tax revenue goes to the General Fund, but no more than $6 million. Will require that a portion of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) in-lieu-of-tax revenue deposited in the general fund be distributed to agencies designated by counties that have TVA property or purchase power from TVA, increasing from 0% currently to 50% or a maximum of $6,000,000.||1/7/17 Introduced in House, 2/7/17 to Approp. & Rev.|
|HB177||Oppose||J. DeCesare||Allows motor vehicle engine idling for no longer than fifteen minutes and requires that the vehicle doors be locked while it is idling. While it limits idling time, it is more permissive of idling on the whole||2/7/17 Introduced in House; 2/9/17 to Transportation; passed House on 2/16, received in Senate 2/17, to Senate Transportation 2/21||Floor amendment filed to exempt emergency & pub. safety vehicles|
|HB181||Oppose||J. Gooch Jr.||Permits municipal utilities (such as Owensboro Municipal Utilities and the Frankfort Plant Board) to join together into a municipal electric authority to buy and sell electricity and natural gas. Although this will allow municipal utilities more leverage in negotiating contracts, KCC notes that this proposed entity would have no Public Service Commission oversight.||2/7 Introduced in House; 2/9 to Natural Resources & Energy, 2/22 posted in committee|
|HB182||Monitor||C. Harris, J. Blanton||Establishes a tax incentive to promote investments in rural Kentucky businesses in counties with a population less than 70,000.||2/7/17 Introduced in House; 2/9/17 to Appropriations & Revenue|
|HB187||Support||R. Nelson||Establishes a preference point system for the elk quota hunt. If you are not drawn for a permit, you get a higher preference at the next drawing.||2/7/17 Introduced in House; 2/9/17 to Tourism & Outdoor Recreation|
|HB188||Support||R. Nelson||Makes retired first responders who are at least 50% disabled eligible for the disabled combination hunting and fishing license.||2/7/17 Introduced in House; 2/9/17 to Tourism & Outdoor Recreation|
|HB194||Strongly Support||C. Harris||Makes it easier to obtain records through the open records act from public utilities, water and wastewater services, fire protection, corrections and incarceration, law enforcement, tax assessment and collection, and waste management entities.||2/7/17 Introduced in House; 2/9/17 to State Government|
|Oppose||K. Fleming, 5 others||This only applies to Louisville. Limits number of terms an individual can be elected Mayor. If the mayor resigns the Governor has the authoirty to appoint an interim mayor. Requires the Mayor to name a Deputy Mayor. Gives the Governor authority to appoint Metro Council Members in the event a council member no longer can serve during his/her term. KCC considers this state overreach.|| 2/7/17 Introduced in House; 2/9/17 to Local Government,
2/24 Posted in Committee
WITHDRAWN on 3/8
|Increases the amount of tax credit available for donating edible agricultural products to nonprofit food programs from 10% of the value of the donated products to 20% and extends the tax credit program four additional years.||2/7/17 Introduced in House; 2/9/17 to Appropriations & Revenue|
|HB234||Strongly Oppose||✔||J. Gooch, S. Miles||Changes the reference in the public notice of intention to mine coal from “mining site” to “permitted area.” Removes the requirement that all areas overlying underground workings of coal mines be permitted rather than only the areas affected by operations and facilities occurring on the surface.||Signed into law by the Governor on 3/27||Floor amendment filed HFA1 for technical corrections|
|Establishes legal immunity protections related to food and grocery donations to nonprofit organizations.||Signed into Law by Governor on 3/20|
|HB243||Support||P. Moffatt||Allows notice of trespass to be given through the placement of identifying purple paint marks on property and requires clear written notice forbidding entry and requires the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resorces inform the public of these provisions.||2/7/17 Introduced in House; 2/9/17 to Tourism & Outdoor Recreation|
|HB246 /LM||Strongly Oppose||✔||J. Miller,
|Preserves the authority of cities within Jefferson County to conduct solid waste recovery and disposal within their jurisdiction. Prohibits Louisville Metro or the District from charging a fee that is based on the make-up of the solid waste stream of that city, so long as the waste stream complies with state and federal law. Requires that the Mayor of Louisville appoint seven persons to the board, with the approval of the Metro Council. Would also vacate the current board previously appointed and direct the mayor to fill those vacant positions within 90 days of the effective date of the Act or appointment authority would go to the Governor.||Signed into law by the Governor on 3/21||Passed first reading with committee substitute
Senate floor amendment SFA1 filed on 3/8
|HB247||Support||K. Moser, A. Wuchner||Prohibits use of tobacco products by students, school personnel, and visitors in schools, school vehicles, properties, and activities.||2/7/17 Introduced in House, 2/9/17 to Education, 2/16 posting waived|
|HB259||Support||C. McCoy||Declare the production of Kentucky Proud hand-crafted functional or decorative products on agricultural lands of 5 or more acres as agricultural uses.||2/8/17 Introduced in the House, 2/13 to Agriculture|
|HB263||Monitor||J. Wayne, 10 others||Democrat’s tax reform bill. Any new tax reform proposals need to include dedicated funding for land conservation and tax credits for conservation easements.||2/8/17 Introduced in the House; 2/13/17 to Appropriations & Revenue|
|HB291/LM||Monitor||D. St. Onge||Defines “drone” and prohibits the use of evidence obtained by a drone in violation of stated prohibitions. Creates criminal offenses for obstructing an emergency responder and trespassing on critical infrastructure.||Passed House committees, still in Senate committees, with multiple floor amendments filed.||Committee Sub HCS1/LM, SCS1/LM,|
|HB302||Oppose||J. Nemes||Exempts from sales and use tax 35% of the gross receipts derived from the sale of utilities to restaurants located in Kentucky.||2/10 introduced in House, 2/14 to Appropriations & Revenue|
|HB310/LM||Support||J. Jenkins plus six co-sponsors||Sets the parameters to form Land Banks to help local governmetns deal with blighted property.||2/10 introduced in House. 2/14 to Local Government. 2/15 first reading, 2/16 second reading, 2/21 3rd reading, 2/22 to Senate Feb 22,
to State & Local Government (S) 2/23
|HB317||Strongly Oppose||✔||S. Miles||Establishes an additional initial and renewal registration fee of $100 for plug-in electric vehicles.||2/13, introduced in House. 2/15 to Transportation.|
|HB323||Support||R. Benvenuti III and 4 co-sponsors||Requires the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources to offer hunting and fishing licenses to active duty members of the United States Armed Forces at the same cost charged to Kentucky residents.||2/13 to House. 2/15 to Tourism & Outdoor Recreation, 2/22 posted in committee, 2/27 passed out of house committee on 3/6 with floor amendment and committee substitute. Now in Senate Natural Resources & Energy 3/7. Has had two readings in Senate of 3/14.||Committee sub HCS1 and floor amendment HFA1|
|HB332||Oppose||A. Wuchner||Delays the effective date of ordinary administrative regulations with a major economic impact until the effective date of legislation ratifying the administrative regulation. This could result in the loss of delegated status for air quality and other regulatory programs, as well as delegated federal benefit programs where changes to federal regulations must be adopted by state in order to retain authority to implement those programs.|| 2/13 to House. 2/15 to State Government, 2/22 posted in committee, Feb 23, favorable 1st reading
2/24 2nd reading, posted for passage for 2/28, Floor amendment filed 2/27
|Floor amendment filed, HFA1|
|HB338||Strong Support||✔||M. Marzian||Requires retail electric suppliers to use increasing amounts of renewable energy and energy efficiency; provide for alternative compliance plans for public utilities who fail to meet renewable energy or efficiency requirements; requires the Public Service Commission to develop tariff guidelines for purchase of renewable power.||2/13 to House. 2/15 to Natural Resources & Energy.
Floor amendment filed on 3/8 HFA1, Support without floor amendment
|HB339||Support||J. Nemes||Establishes the apparently wholesome food income tax credit equaling 20% of the fair market value of apparently wholesome food donated in Kentucky.||2/13 to House. 2/15 to Appropriations & Revenue.|
|HB340||Strong Support||✔||J. Kay||Establishes a qualified conservation contribution income tax credit for the donation of property or an interest in property for conservation purposes.||2/13 to House. 2/15 to Appropriations & Revenue.|
|HB360||Support||S. Miles, J. DeCesare||Expands the definition of “agricultural use” to include at least five acres devoted to agritourism.||Passed House with committee sub. and amendment. Passed Sentate with Senate committee amendment. Signed into Law by the Governor on 4/11||Committee sub: HCS/LM and amendments HCA1 and SCA1|
|HB363/LM||(Hold)||S. Miles||Amends the definition of “processing” to include the act of loading or unloading limestone that has not otherwise been severed or treated in the Commonwealth.||2/14 to House, 2/15 to Nat. Resources, 2/21 to A&R.|
|HB369||Monitor||D. St. Onge||Applies limitations to successor asbestos-related corporations’ liability.||2/14 in House,
2/15 to Judiciary, 2/21 re-assigned to Econ. Dev. & Workforce Invest., 2/22 posted in committee, 2/23, favorable 1st reading, 2/24 2nd reading, posted for passage for 2/28. 2/27 Floor amendment filed
|Floor amendment filed HFA1|
|HB376||Monitor||D. Hale||Reflects the reorganization of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources and to confirm Executive Order 2016-857.||Signed into Law by the Governor on 4/10|
|HB384||Strong Oppose||✔||R. Benvenuti III||Reduces the required number of inspections of underground mines for both annual mine inspections and annual full electrical inspections.||Signed by the Governor on 3/21||Floor amendment filed HFA1|
|HB392||Support||R. Rothenberger||Requires zoning compliance for non-baseload generation facilities under 10 megawatts.||2/15 to House.
2/16 to Local Government, 2/24 posted in committee, favorable 1st and 2nd readings, posted for passage in consent orders 3/3, now in regular orders.
|HB421||Oppose||S. Wells||Requires additional review by legislators of administrative regulations by allowing legislators to object to the regulations, which triggers another round of review.||2/16 in House
2/21 to State Government
|HB423||Oppose||T. Couch||Increases the maximum speed limit to 65 MPH on four-lane state highways that are not interstates or parkways. Increases fuel consumption, emissions.||2/16 in House
2/21 to Transportation
|HB435||Monitor||J. Miller||AN ACT relating to composting and use of composted materials by state agencies.
Amend KRS 56.005 to make technical corrections.
|2/16 in House
2/21 to State Government3/14 WITHDRAWN
|HB438/LM||Monitor||K. Sinnette||In anticipation of the Clean Power Plan, sets guidance for carbon emission allowances and who shall receive them giving priority to counties that are retiring coal fired power plants. However, the Clean Power Plan is currently on an indefinite hold.||2/17 in House
2/21 to Nat. Resource & Energy
|HB442||Support||K. Sinnette||Establishes a disabled hunter postseason elk hunt.||2/16 in House
2/21 to Tourism & Outdoor Rec.
|HB448||Support||D. Johnson||Allows for the marketing and selling of industrial hemp products with limitations.||Passed House with committee sub. Received in Senate, first reading, returned to Senate agriculture, then sent back to the House on 3/30.||Committee sub HCS1|
|HB455||Monitor||C. Harris and 12 co-sponsors||Requires the PSC to reconsider its previously issued order with regards to Kentucky Power’s purchase of an interest in the Mitchell Power Station and the impacts to its ratepayers.||2/17 in House
2/21 to Nat. Resource & Energy
|HB458||Monitor||J. DeCesare||AN ACT relating to economic development.
Amend KRS 154.28-050 to add gender-specific pronoun. Monitoring for additional changes.
|2/17 in House
2/21 to Economic Dev. & Workforce Invest.
|HB459||Monitor||J. DeCesare||AN ACT relating to workforce development.||2/17 in House
2/21 to Economic Dev. & Workforce Invest.
|HB500||Oppose||L. Bechler||Requires all statutes enacted by the General Assembly after the effective date of this Act to expire six years from their effective dates. Could be used in an abusive manner.||2/17 in House, 2/21 to State Gov.|
|HB505||Support||J. Kay||Defines “single-family farm” and direct retail electric suppliers to charge no more than residential rates for service provided to single-family farms.||2/17 in House, 2/21 to Nat Resource & Energy|
|HB508||Monitor||J. Shell||AN ACT relating to natural resources. Amend KRS 146.100 to make grammatical and technical corrections. Monitoring for additional changes.||Feb 17, 2017 – introduced in House
Feb 21, 2017 – to Natural Resources & Energy (H)
|HB513||Monitor||D. Meade||AN ACT relating to tourism and outdoor recreation.
Amend KRS 150.300 to make technical corrections. This statute includes the Nature Preserves Commission, Wild Rivers, Dept. of Conservation. Monitoring for additional changes.
|2/17 in House
2/21 to Tourism & Outdoor Rec.