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  • Approved by Governor on Monday, April 19, 2021

    Links: HB2104

  • Approved by Governor on Friday, April 16, 2021

    Links: HB2379

  • Approved by Governor on Friday, April 16, 2021

    Links: HB2247

  • Approved by Governor on Friday, April 16, 2021

    Links: HB2245

  • Approved by Governor on Friday, April 16, 2021

    Links: HB2167

  • Senate »

  • Approved by Governor on Friday, April 16, 2021

    Links: SB89

  • Approved by Governor on Friday, April 16, 2021

    Links: SB16

  • Vetoed by Governor; Returned to Senate on Friday, April 16, 2021

    Links: SB50

  • Approved by Governor on Thursday, April 15, 2021

    Links: SB124

  • Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, April 16, 2021

    Links: SB26

  • Bills and Resolutions

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  • HB2104 Senate Substitute for HB 2104 By Committee on Assessment and Taxation - Concerning property taxation, authorizing continuation of the 20 mill statewide property tax levy for schools and the exemption of a portion of residential property from such levy, extending certain budget due date for schools, changing time to request full and complete opinion from the state board tax appeals, requiring the state board of tax appeals to serve orders and notices by electronic means if requested by the party, prohibiting valuation increases of certain property in appeals, requiring appraisal directives to require compliance with uniform standards of professional appraisal practice, providing for notice and opportunity to be heard prior to removal from county appraiser eligibility list, providing notification when person no longer holds office of county appraiser, placing the burden of proof on the county appraiser in certain valuation and classification appeal hearings before the district court, extending the time a state board of tax appeals member may continue to serve after such member's term expires and authorizing appointment of a member pro tempore under certain conditions.
  • SB66 Amending the angel investor tax credit with respect to the definition of qualified securities, tax credit limitations and amounts, investor requirements and extending the date that credits may be allowed, and also amending the tax credit for expenses incurred to make a residence accessible to persons with a disability by increasing the credit.
  • SB86 Establishing the Kansas extraordinary utility costs loan deposit program and the Kansas economic recovery loan deposit program and amending the city utility low-interest loan program by providing for electronic repayment of loans, cash basis exception, payment frequency, loan security and an ending date for making loans.
  • SB89 Exempting the transport of agricultural forage commodities from secured load requirements.
  • SB16 Removing the requirement that certain entities submit certain reports to the division of post audit.
  • HB2379 Enacting the peer-to-peer vehicle sharing act to provide insurance, liability, recordkeeping and consumer protection requirements for peer-to-peer vehicle sharing.
  • HB2247 Designating a portion of K-67 highway as the COII Trenton J Brinkman memorial highway, designating bridges on U.S. highway 54 as the Max Zimmerman memorial bridge and the Jack Taylor memorial bridge, designating a bridge on U.S. highway 77 as the PFC Loren H Larson bridge and designating a bridge on U.S. highway 166 as the Tyler A Juden memorial bridge.
  • HB2245 Permitting the division of vehicles to collect emergency contact information for registration purposes and permitting law enforcement agencies to use such information in the case of an emergency.
  • HB2167 Permitting concrete mixer trucks and requiring dump trucks to display license plates on the front of vehicles.
  • HB2165 Providing for all vehicles more than 35 years old to qualify as an antique vehicle.
  • HB2101 Extending transfers from the expanded lottery act revenues fund to the university engineering initiative.
  • HB2085 Creating the students' right to know act to provide information on postsecondary education options.
  • HB2071 Increasing the criminal penalties for stalking a minor.
  • HB2243 Adjusting the frequency of the KPERS actuarial experience study, providing a moratorium on KPERS death and long-term disability employer contributions, allowing the extension of certain DROP periods and conforming certain KPERS provisions with the federal CARES act.
  • HB2183 Creating the transparency in revenues underwriting elections act; prohibiting the receipt and expenditure of private moneys by election officials; directing the secretary of state to publish certain registered voter totals; relating to advance voting ballots by requiring signed statements for delivery of such ballots on behalf of a voter; limiting the number of such ballots that can be delivered; prohibiting the altering or backdating of the mailing date on such ballots; requiring a matching signature on such ballots; removing the secretary of state's authority to provide additional time for receipt of such ballots; prohibiting candidates for office from engaging in certain conduct related to advance voting ballots; creating the crime of false representation of an election official; and, expanding the crime of electioneering.
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