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Saturday, May 26, 2018
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Marshall | This bill would prevent an employer operating a nursing facility or similar facility from employing or continuing to employ a person with an adjudication of delinquency deemed disqualifying by DHSS's regulations.
Status: Senate : Health, Children & Social Services 6/13/17
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Proposed law to simplify new regulations proposed for the state and reduce the regulatory burden on individuals and small businesses.
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KRS Chapter 205 AN ACT relating to medication-assisted therapy in community pharmacies. Create a new section of KRS Chapter 205 to establish a pilot program to create a community pharmacy care delivery model for medication-assisted therapy for treatment of substance abuse.
Status: Apr 10, 2018 : signed by Governor (Acts, ch. 133)
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This bill proposes to limit the rights of consolidated government agencies from imposing regulations on sub-jurisdictions (cities & townships)impacting waste treatment options and landfill access. It also sunsets existing consolidated rules unless those rules are re-adopted by the various smaller jurisdictions.
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KRS 344.030 AN ACT relating to pregnancy-related discrimination. Amend KRS 344.030 to include within the definition of "reasonable accommodation," accommodations made for pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions; define "related medical condition"; amend KRS 344.040 to make it unlawful for an employer to fail to accommodate an employee affected by pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition; require employers to provide notice to all employees regarding the right to be free from discrimination for pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions.
Status: Mar 06, 2018 : taken from Rules (S); recommitted to Judiciary (S)
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Creates notice and penalties for logging property if unauthorized logging occurs.
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KRS 90. AN ACT relating to pensions for city employees. Amend KRS 90.410, 95.560, and 95.624 to allow former cities of the third class adopting a pension fund program prior to August 1, 1988, to provide an annual cost-of-living adjustment in an amount equal to the increase in the cost-of-living increase for a recipient of Social Security or the increase in the consumer price index as computed by the Department for Local Government up to the current maximum of five percent.
Status: Jan 19, 2018 : to Appropriations & Revenue (S)
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Expands liability to corporate officers and representatives for penalties relating to timber harvest violations and specifies requirements for compliance of harvest permit suspensions.
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Maryland Chiropractic Act - Revisions | Sponsored by: Chair, Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee
Status: 1/10/2018 : First Reading Judicial Proceedings
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Prohibits government agencies or neighborhood associations or similar entities from passing rules or regulations preventing homeowners or tenants planting a back yard garden in Baltimore.
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Wrightsville Beach Local Act Changes.
Status: 05/24/2018 : Ref To Com On State and Local Government I on 05/24/2018
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AN ACT to repeal solid waste permitting requirements for yard waste, as recommended by the environmental review commission
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Neal | Environmental Bill of Rights    A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1895, BY ADDING SECTION 26 TO ARTICLE I SO AS TO ENACT THE ENVIRONMENTAL BILL OF RIGHTS, TO GRANT STANDING TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS STATE TO ENFORCE THEIR RIGHT TO CONSERVE AND PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT, AND TO GRANT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS THE POWER TO ENACT LAWS, REGULATIONS, ORDINANCES, AND CHARTER PROVISIONS THAT ARE MORE RESTRICTIVE AND PROTECTIVE OF THE ENVIRONMENT THAN LAWS ADOPTED BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT.
Status: 04/18/17 : Members request name added as sponsor: Norrell, Clary, Cobb-Hunter, Govan, Funderburk, Dillard, Robinson-Simpson, Kirby, Alexander, Weeks, Douglas, Ott, King, Hayes, Atkinson, Parks, Williams, Jefferson, Ridgeway, Henegan, J.E.Smith, Hart, Ballentine, McKnight, Loftis, Howard, Hosey, Brown, Gilliard
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Bill proposes to allow local jurisdictions to enact environmental laws that are more strict than state laws and regulations. Removes all state preemption over local jurisdiction laws and regulations.
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Renewable energy property tax credit. Establishes, beginning in taxable year 2018, a tax credit for renewable energy property placed in service. The bill defines renewable energy property as certain biomass equipment that uses renewable biomass resources, combined heat and power systems using waste heat to produce electricity or thermal or mechanical energy, certain geothermal equipment, hydroelectric generators located at existing dams or in free-flowing waterways, solar energy equipment, and wind equipment that is necessary for capturing and converting wind energy into electricity or mechanical power.
Status: 12/01/2017 : House: Referred to Committee on Finance
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Statewide Fire Prevention Code; City of Harrisonburg; installation or use of landscape cover materials. Provides that notwithstanding any provision of law, general or special, any ordinance in effect and any ordinance adopted by the governing body of the City of Harrisonburg shall not include in any local fire prevention regulations that an owner of real property who has an occupancy permit issued by the City (i) use certain landscape cover materials, (ii) not use certain landscape cover materials, (iii) retrofit existing landscape cover materials, or (iv) in any way be prohibited from continuing to use, supplement, or refurbish the existing landscape cover materials at such property.
Status: 01/09/2018 : Senate: Referred to Committee on Local Government
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