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Tuesday, November 21, 2017
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DESB00120
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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 109.041 AN ACT relating to solid waste management and declaring an emergency. Amend KRS 109.041 to prohibit a county or waste management district from prohibiting or restricting materials recovery by a city in a county containing a consolidated local government; prohibit the consolidated local government or waste management district from hindering, delaying, impairing, prohibiting, or impeding a city or its contractors from utilizing a solid waste management facility; prohibit a county or waste management district from levying a fee that is based on the composition of the solid waste stream of the city if the waste stream is in conformity with state and federal law for the use of the solid waste management facility receiving the waste; amend KRS 109.115 to provide for the mayoral appointment of a seven-member board of directors of a waste management district for a county containing a consolidated local government and to restrict current appointment language to other counties; establish a two-year term for directors and require appointment of new board; amend KRS 109.120 to require that waste management district rules and regulations in counties containing a consolidated local government be approved by the appropriate legislative body; provide that rules and regulations of a district that were adopted prior to the effective date of this Act shall sunset on August 31, 2017, unless reauthorize by the new board; require that districts make notices, meeting agenda's and minutes available on a Web site operated by the consolidated local government; declare offices of board in county containing a consolidated local government vacant; EMERGENCY.
Status: Mar 21, 2017 : signed by Governor
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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 364.130 AN ACT relating to timber theft. Amend KRS 364.130 to specify that a person, regardless of state of mind or whether the person believes to be authorized or not, is liable for three times the stumpage value of the timber and three times the cost of any damages to property when he or she takes the timber of another without legal right or color of title.
Status: Mar 21, 2017 : signed by Governor (Acts, ch. 66)
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Creates notice and penalties for logging property if unauthorized logging occurs.
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KRS 189.040 AN ACT relating to vehicle equipment. Amend KRS 189.040 to prohibit vehicle headlamps that emit anything other than white light; require that all headlamps meet United States Department of Transportation regulations; prohibit headlamps that appear to emit a solid color other than white; prohibit headlamp covers or film that changes the color of the light emitted; outline provisions for front, rear, side and undercarriage lighting of a vehicle.
Status: Feb 27, 2017 : to Transportation (H)
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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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MDSB00062
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Real Property - Backyard Gardens - Prohibition on Restrictions | Sponsored by: Young
Status: 3/7/2017 : Unfavorable Report by Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs
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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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NCHB00080
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Bona Fide Ownership of Timber Parcels.
Status: 02/13/2017 : Ref To Com On Judiciary III on 02/13/2017
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(d) Bona fide ownership shall be established by mutual agreement of the owners of the adjoining parcels prior to the cutting or removal of the wood, timber, shrubs, or trees. In the event of a dispute over a boundary line or failure of the owners to reach mutual agreement, the owner of the parcel seeking to cut or remove the wood, timber, shrubs, or trees shall bear the cost of a boundary line survey required to establish only the location of the boundary line between the affected parcels.
(e) A person, firm, or corporation that cuts or removes wood, timber, shrubs, or trees from the property of another and fails to prospectively establish bona fide ownership pursuant to subsection (d)of this section shall be presumed to have acted with willfulness and knowledge and shall be subject to subsection (a)of this section and the provisions of G.S. 120539.2B and G.S. 1420135."
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NCHB00244
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Enhanced Rqmts./Composting Facilities.
Status: 04/21/2017 : Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate on 04/21/2017
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Establish standards for the production of compost.
(1)Requirements necessary to produce hygienically safe compost products for varying applications.
(2)A classification scheme for compost based on:
a. The types of waste composted, including at least one type containing only yard trash;
b. The maturity of the compost, including at least three degrees of decomposition for fresh, semi20mature, and mature; and
c. The levels of organic and inorganic constituents in the compost.
(3)Requirements necessary to substantially reduce and minimize fugitive emissions and offensive odors from the composting facility that will adversely affect the general health, safety, and welfare of persons beyond the facility's boundary.
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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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