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2017 Laws Report

Bills Approved By Governor

SB13 - Bill by Senators Tyson, Alley, Baumgardner, Estes, Goddard, Hilderbrand, Lynn, Masterson, Olson, Petersen, Suellentrop, Wilborn
Increasing and allowing Kansas itemized deductions, allowing individual expensing deduction, providing for certain income tax credits, allowing rural opportunity zone for certain counties, extending certain counties countywide retailers' sales tax, providing for sales tax definitions and exemptions for certain sales.
SB14 - Bill by Joint Corrections and Juvenile Justice Oversight
Evidence based juvenile programs; lapsing and appropriating $6,000,000 state general fund moneys from department of health and environment--division of health care finance to the department of corrections.
SB15 - Bill by Joint Pensions, Investments and Benefits
Amending public health provisions relating to behavioral sciences regulatory board professional licensure, naturopathic doctor scope of practice and adult care home licensure and receivership.
SB16 - Bill by K-12 Education Budget
House Substitute for SB 16 by Committee on K-12 Education Budget – Making appropriations for the department of education for FY 2019, 2020 and 2021; amending the Kansas school equity and enhancement act and other statutes related to education.
SB17 - Bill by Transportation
Requiring class M driver's licenses when operating a motorcycle registered under a temporary permit.
SB19 - Bill by Judiciary
Authorizing certain entities to access a criminal defendant's presentence investigation report.
SB20 - Bill by Judiciary
Extending the judicial branch surcharge to fund the costs of non-judicial personnel; extending recognition of tribal court judgments pursuant to supreme court rules; amending the bonding and cost requirements for animals taken into custody under a violation of cruelty to animals.
SB21 - Bill by Ways and Means
Abolishing the death penalty and creating the crime of aggravated murder.
SB22 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Kansas itemized deductions, election, providing for deferred foreign income, global intangible low-taxed income, business interest, capital contributions and FDIC premiums income tax modifications; sales and compensating use tax, imposition of tax, nexus, remote sellers, marketplace facilitators, rate of tax on food and food ingredients.
SB23 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Enacting the Kansas sports wagering act.
SB26 - Bill by Commerce
Income tax credit for certain purchases of goods and services by a taxpayer from qualified vendors that provide employment to individuals who are blind or disabled.
SB32 - Bill by Financial Institutions and Insurance
Exempting certain non-insurance healthcare benefits from the commissioner's jurisdiction.
SB36 - Bill by Financial Institutions and Insurance
Making certain self-funded association health plans subject to the jurisdiction of the commissioner.
SB40 - Bill by Transportation
Removing expired warning provision for approach of an emergency vehicle traffic violation.
SB42 - Bill by Commerce
Amending the meaning of the terms "rebate" and "interest" as used in the real estate brokers' and salespersons' license act.
SB43 - Bill by Senators Pettey, Bollier, Doll, Faust-Goudeau, Francisco, Haley, Hawk, Hensley, Holland, Miller, Skubal, Sykes, Ware
Elections; registration; election day registration.
SB46 - Bill by Judiciary
Creating a procedure for owner to recover misappropriated property from pawnbroker or precious metal dealer.
SB50 - Bill by Agriculture and Natural Resources
Amending the fee limitations for certain department of wildlife, parks and tourism licenses, permits, stamps and other issue.
SB51 - Bill by Senators Hensley, Bollier, Faust-Goudeau, Francisco, Haley, Hawk, Holland, Miller, Pettey, Sykes, Ware
Governmental ethics: two-year restriction on lobbying by former elected and appointed state officials.
SB55 - Bill by Judiciary
Enacting the uniform partition of heirs property act.
SB60 - Bill by Commerce
Amending Kansas real estate commission licensing provisions for brokers and sales persons.
SB63 - Bill by Transportation
Allowing lighting devices in transportation network company vehicles; regulating the operation of electric-assisted scooters; allowing for the installation of certain light screening material on windshields; allowing all-terrain and work-site utility vehicles to operate on a federal or state highway; requiring vehicles to stop for on-track train equipment.
SB65 - Bill by Senator Holland
Requiring the attorney general to carry out certain duties related to investigating corruption committed by a public officer or public employee.
SB66 - Bill by Financial Institutions and Insurance
Exempting certain domestic insurers from filing enterprise risk reports.
SB68 - Bill by Utilities
Limiting the fees and agreements cities can require a wireless services provider to enter for the provision of wireless telecommunications service.
SB70 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Alcoholic liquor amendments relating to temporary permits, delivery of alcoholic liquors to consumers, common consumption areas and producer permits.
SB74 - Bill by Ways and Means
Providing a post-retirement benefit increase (COLA) for certain KPERS retirants.
SB83 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Increasing the credit to the EMS revolving fund from district court fines, penalties or forfeitures.
SB85 - Bill by Judiciary
Authorizing staggered sentencing for certain offenders convicted of domestic battery.
SB86 - Bill by Judiciary
Authorizing staggered sentencing for certain offenders convicted of driving under the influence.
SB89 - Bill by Judiciary
Modifying the membership and duties of the substance abuse policy board of the Kansas criminal justice coordinating council.
SB95 - Bill by Ways and Means
Transferring certain duties concerning substances to be administered in carrying out a sentence of death from the secretary of health and environment to the state board of pharmacy and state board of healing arts.
SB96 - Bill by Ways and Means
Requiring inspections of areas in a state correctional facility designated by the secretary of corrections for use in carrying out a sentence of death.
SB100 - Bill by Judiciary
Amending residency restrictions for persons on transitional or conditional release under the Kansas sexually violent predator act.
SB101 - Bill by Judiciary
Amending ignition interlock requirements for certain first time DUI-related offenses.
SB110 - Bill by Senator Holland
Requiring the Kansas department of health and environment and the Kansas department of agriculture to conduct a health impact assessment of confined animal feeding operations for chickens.
SB112 - Bill by Senator Holland
Requiring counties to approve the establishment of a poultry production or poultry slaughter facility and establishing the procedures therefor.
SB120 - Bill by Public Health and Welfare
Providing for certain business entities to engage in the corporate practice of medicine.
SB124 - Bill by Ways and Means
Prohibiting the state corporation commission from authorizing certain charges for electric service.
SB126 - Bill by Assessment and Taxation
Exemption from income tax for certain public utilities.
SB149 - Bill by Senator Miller
Facilitating voter registration by providing certificates of birth for applicants to evidence citizenship upon their consent.
SB154 - Bill by Senator Haley
Creating a vacatur process for human trafficking victims to petition a court to set aside certain conviction or diversion agreements and related arrest records.
SB166 - Bill by Judiciary
Deeming children as foster children under the grandparents as caregivers act.
SB174 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Exempting all social security benefits from Kansas income tax.
SB184 - Bill by Assessment and Taxation
Sunsetting the food sales tax credit and enacting the food sales tax refund.
SB201 - Bill by Assessment and Taxation
Creating a property tax exemption for land associated with a dam or reservoir and subject to a mitigation easement.
SB202 - Bill by Ways and Means
Eliminating the six-month retirement benefit suspension for violating KPERS working after retirement provisions.
SB205 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Clarifying the duties of the administrator of the Kansas charitable gaming act.
HB2006 - Bill by Representative Williams
Economic development program evaluations and disclosure of certain data; development incentives for rural housing shortage and rural housing incentive district bonds.
HB2017 - Bill by Representative Curtis
Restoring local control over certain compensation, wage and benefit requirements for construction projects.
HB2025 - Bill by Representative Capps
Including a person who has filed a petition for adoption in the definition of an interested party in the child in need of care code.
HB2026 - Bill by Representative Frownfelter
Enacting the fire sprinkler industry act.
HB2027 - Bill by Joint Corrections and Juvenile Justice Oversight
Evidence based juvenile programs; lapsing and appropriating $6,000,000 state general fund moneys from department of health and environment--division of health care finance to the department of corrections.
HB2030 - Bill by Representative Ward
Expanding eligibility for medicaid benefits to the extent permitted by the affordable care act.
HB2041 - Bill by Insurance
Prohibiting certain unfair or deceptive acts or practices under a life insurance policy for a living organ donor.
HB2043 - Bill by Representative Gartner
Review of tax credits, tax exemptions and economic development programs.
HB2052 - Bill by Corrections and Juvenile Justice
Allowing earned discharge credit for people on probation.
HB2053 - Bill by Insurance
Providing for short-term, limited-duration health plans.
HB2054 - Bill by Insurance
Providing for fully-insured association health plans.
HB2055 - Bill by Insurance
Making certain self-funded association health plans subject to the jurisdiction of the commissioner.
HB2066 - Bill by Health and Human Services
Expanding medicaid eligibility by enacting the KanCare bridge to a healthy Kansas program.
HB2079 - Bill by Representative Parker
Removing the spousal exception from sexual battery.
HB2080 - Bill by Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications
Electric utilities and recovery of transmission costs.
HB2085 - Bill by Agriculture
Extending the repayment period for municipal loans for public water supply projects and clarifying the reinstatement requirements for rural water district forfeited benefit units.
HB2092 - Bill by Representatives Pittman, Finney
Allowing voter registration on election day.
HB2094 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Requiring the department for children and families to offer services to children with problem sexual behavior and to such child's family.
HB2095 - Bill by Representative Finney
Providing for the Alpha Kappa Alpha distinctive license plate.
HB2096 - Bill by Representative Highberger
Establishing the Kansas children's savings account program.
HB2098 - Bill by Judiciary
Making changes to the Kansas open records act for disclosure of criminal investigation records.
HB2102 - Bill by Appropriations
Establishing the KanCare bridge to a healthy Kansas program.
HB2109 - Bill by Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications
Requiring electric public utilities to acquire a permit from the state corporation commission prior to the siting of certain electric transmission lines.
HB2110 - Bill by Representatives Rhiley, Highberger, Amyx, Capps, Carlin, Carmichael, French, Hoheisel, Howard, Lynn, Ohaebosim, Ousley, Owens, Pannbacker, Probst, Ruiz, L., Waggoner, Warfield, Xu
Amending the Kansas no-call act to restrict text message solicitations and certain uses of automatic dialing-announcing devices and prohibit certain conveyances of telephone numbers and the transmission of inaccurate caller-ID information.
HB2118 - Bill by Commerce, Labor and Economic Development
Providing income tax credits for aerospace and aviation program graduates and their employers.
HB2128 - Bill by Representatives Ward, Hodge
Decreasing the sales and use tax rate on food and food ingredients.
HB2132 - Bill by Corrections and Juvenile Justice
Increasing the criminal penalty for lewd and lascivious behavior.
HB2136 - Bill by Representative Collins
Establishing municipal vacancy appointment limitations.
HB2137 - Bill by Judiciary
Legislative review of exceptions to disclosure of public records under the Kansas open records act.
HB2140 - Bill by Financial Institutions and Pensions
Providing sales tax authority for Dickinson, Finney, Jackson, Russell, Thomas and Wabaunsee counties; specifying certain county sales tax collection requirements of director of taxation; and providing a sales tax exemption for sales of certain coins or bullion.
HB2153 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Repealing statutes pertaining to student religious associations.
HB2158 - Bill by Appropriations
Authorizing the board of regents on behalf of the university of Kansas to sell certain real property in Douglas county.
HB2164 - Bill by Representative Ousley
Repealing the adoption protection act.
HB2170 - Bill by Elections
Campaign finance reports for all state offices must be filed electronically.
HB2174 - Bill by Commerce, Labor and Economic Development
Extending the sunset date of the state use law for five years.
HB2191 - Bill by Judiciary
Amending the procedure for execution of a search warrant for electronically stored information.
HB2192 - Bill by Judiciary
Court of appeals judges to be nominated by the supreme court nominating commission and appointed by the governor.
HB2212 - Bill by Taxation
Apportionment of corporate income under the multistate tax compact; election.
HB2213 - Bill by Corrections and Juvenile Justice
Adding a definition of "amount involved" for a fraudulent insurance act.
HB2217 - Bill by Financial Institutions and Pensions
Enacting the Kansas thrift savings plan act.
HB2219 - Bill by Representative Alcala
Requiring bodies subject to the Kansas open meetings act to record proceedings and make the recordings available to the public.
HB2230 - Bill by Representative Rhiley
Requiring law enforcement officers to impound the vehicles of certain uninsured owners.
HB2277 - Bill by Representative Vickrey
Providing for increased penalties for right-of-way violations.
HB2301 - Bill by Representative Whipple
Establishing the tax credit for low income postsecondary students scholarship program act and providing for the elimination of the tax credit for low income students scholarship program act.
HB2304 - Bill by Representatives Whipple, Hodge, Ohaebosim
Sales tax holiday for sales of certain school supplies, computers and clothing.
HB2312 - Bill by Representative Hodge
Establishing the rural revitalization student loan repayment program.
HB2329 - Bill by Financial Institutions and Pensions
Increasing KPERS employee contribution rate for school district employees and making appropriations for FY 2020 for the department of education for a pay increase for KPERS covered school district employees.
HB2353 - Bill by Veterans and Military
Providing for free license plates for purple heart recipients.
HB2356 - Bill by Commerce, Labor and Economic Development
Motor vehicle sales tax sourced to registration of vehicle.
HB2387 - Bill by Appropriations
Requiring the state employee healthcare benefits program to accept participation as a provider by any willing pharmacist.
HB2407 - Bill by Federal and State Affairs
Publication of school district bullying prevention policies.
HB2409 - Bill by Taxation
Providing a tax credit for donations to certain postsecondary educational institutions that provide scholarships to students with financial need.

Bills Becoming Law Without Governors Signature

HB2278 - Bill by Taxation
Calculating income tax rates through the use of formulas.

Bills Vetoed By Governor; Veto Overridden

SB30 - Bill by Financial Institutions and Insurance
Updating definitions relating to small employer health plans and association health plans.
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