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HB 93/LM (BR 147) - H. Collins, C. Miller, J. Richards

     AN ACT relating to the disposal of vehicles forfeited to law enforcement agencies.
     Amend KRS 218A.420, regarding the disposition of forfeited property, to clarify that any vehicle forfeited which is contaminated with methamphetamine shall not be used, resold, or salvaged for parts, but shall instead be destroyed or salvaged for scrap metal.

HB 93 - AMENDMENTS


     HCS/LM - Clarify that determination of methamphetamine contamination is made by law enforcement agencies; clarify that the presence of prepackaged materials or other products or precursors not subject to extraction shall not qualify a vehicle as being contaminated.
     SCS (1/LM) - Clarify that determination of methamphetamine contamination is made by law enforcement agencies; clarify that the presence of prepackaged materials or other products or precursors not subject to extraction will not qualify a vehicle as being contaminated; amend KRS 72.026 to increase the scope of mandatory coroner and medical examiner reporting in deaths involving Schedule I deaths; amend KRS 196.286 and 196.288 to direct that a portion of recaptured savings from criminal justice reforms be directed to funding of KY-ASAP; create a new section of KRS Chapter 205 to specify the controlled substance treatment services to be offered under Medicaid; amend KRS 217.186 to increase the availability of Naloxone for use as a rescue drug for narcotic overdose situations; create a new section of KRS Chapter 218A to provide immunity for persons seeking emergency help in drug overdose situations; amend KRS 218A.040 to specify that death by overdose is a foreseeable result of the consumption or use of a Schedule I controlled substance; amend KRS 218A.1412 to establish a 50percent minimum time service requirement for higher-level traffickers in heroin or methamphetamine, with the ability to deviate from that requirement in cases where the defendant provides assistance to the prosecution; amend KRS 439.3401 to require a minimum 50 percent time service requirement for homicide and fetal homicide offenders in situations where the decedent died due to a Schedule I drug overdose; amend KRS 501.060 to provide that it is not a defense to the establishment of causation in a Schedule I overdose case that the decedent voluntarily ingested the drug or that there was no direct contact between the decedent and the defendant; direct the Department of Criminal Justice Training to conduct regionalized heroin-specific in-service training for law enforcement officers by December 31, 2015.
     SCS (2/LM/CI) - Clarify that determination of methamphetamine contamination is made by law enforcement agencies; clarify that the presence of prepackaged materials or other products or precursors not subject to extraction shall not qualify a vehicle as being contaminated; amend KRS 72.026 to increase the scope of mandatory coroner reporting in deaths involving Schedule I deaths; amend 189A.010 to insert drugged driving defense provisions; amend KRS 196.286 and 196.288 to direct that a portion of recaptured savings from criminal justice reforms be directed to funding of KY-ASAP; create a new section of KRS Chapter 205 to specify the controlled substance treatment services to be offered under Medicaid; amend KRS 217.186 to increase the availability of Naloxone for use as a rescue drug for narcotic overdose situations; create a new section of KRS Chapter 218A to provide a defense for persons seeking emergency help in drug overdose situations; prohibit substance abuse treatment programs from discriminating against pregnant women; amend KRS 218A.040 to specify that death by overdose is a foreseeable result of the consumption or use of a Schedule I controlled substance; amend KRS 218A.050 to add non-tamper resistant extended release single-agent formulation of hydrocodone bitartrate to Schedule I drugs; amend KRS 218A.1412 to establish a 50% minimum time service requirement for higher-level traffickers in heroin or methamphetamine, with the ability to deviate from that requirement in cases where the defendant provides assistance to the prosecution; increase the penalty for high volume schedule IV traffickers; allow persons who alert peace officers to hypodermic needles and other sharp instruments to avoid prosecution for possession; amend KRS 439.3401 to require a minimum 50% time service requirement for homicide and fetal homicide offenders in situations where the decedent died due to a Schedule I drug overdose; amend KRS 501.060 to provide that finders of fact may infer that death from a Schedule I drug overdose is foreseeable; create a safe harbor for drug addicted pregnant women who comply with substance abuse treatment and prenatal care instructions; direct the Department of Criminal Justice Training to conduct regionalized heroin-specific in-service training for law enforcement officers by December 31, 2015; declare an EMERGENCY.
     SCA (1/Title, J. Higdon) - Make title amendment.
     SCA (2/Title, E. Harris) - Make title amendment.

     (Prefiled by the sponsor(s).)

     Jan 7-introduced in House; to Transportation (H)
     Jan 30-posted in committee
     Feb 4-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
     Feb 5-2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, February 6, 2014
     Feb 6-3rd reading, passed 100-0 with Committee Substitute
     Feb 7-received in Senate
     Feb 12-to Veterans, Military Affairs, & Public Protection (S)
     Mar 26-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute, committee amendment (1-title)
     Mar 27-2nd reading, to Rules
     Apr 14-taken from Rules (S); recommitted to Transportation (S); reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute (2), committee amendment (2-title) as a Consent Bill; posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Monday, April 14, 2014; 3rd reading; Committee Substitute (1) withdrawn; committee amendment (1-title) withdrawn ; passed 36-2 with Committee Substitute (2), committee amendment (2-title) ; received in House; to Rules (H)

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