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LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION

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VOLUME 39, NUMBER 2

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

The submission deadline for this edition of the Administrative Register of Kentucky was noon, July 15, 2012.

 

 

 

 

ARRS – August 14, 2012, TENTATIVE AGENDA

REGULATION REVIEW PROCEDURE

 

EMERGENCIES:

CABINET FOR HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES: Office of Inspector General: Division of Audits and Investigations: Office of Inspector General

      906 KAR 1:160E. Monitoring system for products containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine.

Department for Medicaid: Commissioner's Office: Health Care-Acquired Conditions and Preventative Conditions

      907 KAR 14:005E. Health Care-Acquired Conditions and other provider preventable conditions.

 

AS AMENDED:

KENTUCKY HIGHER EDUCATION ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY: Division of Student and Administrative Services Kentucky Loan Program

      11 KAR 3:100. Administrative wage garnishment.

GENERAL GOVERNMENT CABINET: Department of Military Affairs: Division of Administrative Services: Military Assistance Trust: Funds

      106 KAR 2:030. National Guard adoption benefit program.

Board of Dentistry: Board

      201 KAR 8:562. Licensure of dental hygienists.

Board of Nursing: Board

      201 KAR 20:450. Alternative program.

TOURISM, ARTS AND HERITAGE CABINET: Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources: Game

      301 KAR 2:041. Shooting areas, dog training areas, commercial foxhound training enclosures, and bobwhite shoot-to-train season.

Hunting and Fishing

      301 KAR 3:022. License, tag, and permit fees.

JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY CABINET: Department of Corrections: Office of the Secretary

      501 KAR 6:050. Luther Luckett Correctional Complex.

      501 KAR 6:260. Procedures for recommendation of early termination of probation and review of compliance of supervised individuals.

      501 KAR 6:280. Risk and needs assessment.

LABOR CABINET: Department of Workplace Standards: Division of Occupational Safety and Health Compliance: Division of Occupational Safety and Health Education and Training: Occupational Safety and Health

      803 KAR 2:313. Materials handling and storage.

      803 KAR 2:320. Toxic and hazardous substances.

      803 KAR 2:405. Fire protection and prevention.

      803 KAR 2:407. Adoption of 29 C.F.R. Part 1926.250-252.

      803 KAR 2:425. Toxic and hazardous substances.

Kentucky Horse Racing Commission: Thoroughbred Racing

      810 KAR 1:018. Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices.

      810 KAR 1:028. Disciplinary measures and penalties.

Harness Racing

      811 KAR 1:090. Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices.

      811 KAR 1:095. Disciplinary measures and penalties.

Quarter Horse, Appaloosa and Arabian Racing

      811 KAR 2:096. Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices.

      811 KAR 2:100. Disciplinary measures and penalties.

 

AMENDED AFTER COMMENTS:

 

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS:

GENERAL GOVERNMENT CABINET: Board of Nursing: Board

      201 KAR 20:230. Renewal of licenses.

      201 KAR 20:370. Applications for licensure.

      201 KAR 20:411. Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program standards and credential requirements.

CABINET FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority

      307 KAR 4:020. Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act.

Kentucky Reinvestment Act (KRA)

      307 KAR 9:010. Application for Kentucky Reinvestment Act Program.

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT CABINET: Department for Environmental Protection : Division of Water: Water Quality

      401 KAR 5:055. Scope and applicability of the KPDES Program.

      401 KAR 5:060. KPDES application requirements.

JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY CABINET: Department of Corrections: Office of the Secretary

      501 KAR 6:230. Little Sandy Correctional Complex.

      501 KAR 6:270. Probation and parole policies and procedures.

TRANSPORTATION CABINET: Department of Vehicle Regulation: Division of Motor Vehicle Licensing: Motor Vehicle Tax

      601 KAR 9:090. Procedures for inspecting vehicles.

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT CABINET: Public Service Commission: Utilities

      807 KAR 5:001. Rules of procedures.

      807 KAR 5:006. General Rules.

      807 KAR 5:011. Tariffs.

      807 KAR 5:076. Alternative Rate adjustment procedure for small utilities.

PUBLIC PROTECTION CABINET: Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction: Plumbing

      815 KAR 20:034. Requirements for approval of continuing education courses and providers.

CABINET FOR HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES: Office of Health Policy: Certificate of Need

      900 KAR 6:060. Timetable for submission of certificate of need applications.

      900 KAR 6:085. Implementation of outstanding Certificate of Need when ownership has changed.

      900 KAR 6:090. Certificate of Need filing, hearing, and show cause hearing.

Office of Inspector General: Division of Audits and Investigations: Office of Inspector General

      906 KAR 1:160. Monitoring system for products containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine.

Department for Income Support: Child Support Enforcement: Family Support

      921 KAR 1:001. Definition.

      921 KAR 1:380. Child support enforcement program application and intergovernmental process.

      921 KAR 1:400. Establishment, review, and modification of child support and medical support orders.

      921 KAR 1:140. Child support collection and enforcement.

 

PROPOSED NEW ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS:

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL: Office of Consumer Protection: Division of Consumer Protection

      40 KAR 2:330. Mold Remediation.

Kentucky Board of Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Pedorthics: Board

      201 KAR 44:090. Requirements for licensure as an orthotist, prosthetist, orthotist-prosthetist, pedorthist, or orthotic fitter on or after January 1, 2013.

      201 KAR 44:100. Inactive status.

      201 KAR 44:110. Licensure by endorsement.

      201 KAR 44:120. Post residency registration.

CABINET FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority: Economic Development

      306 KAR 1:011. Repeal of 306 KAR 1:010, 1:020, 1:040, 1:050, 1:060, 1:070 and 1:090.

Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority

      307 KAR 1:005. Applications for Kentucky Incentive Programs.

Kentucky Business Investment Program

      307 KAR 8:011. Repeal of 307 KAR 8:010.

JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY CABINET: Department of Corrections: Asset Forfeiture

      501 KAR 11:011. Repeal of 501 KAR 11:010.

PUBLIC PROTECTION CABINET: Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction: Division of Building Codes Enforcement: Electrical

      815 KAR 35:020. Electrical inspections.

CABINET FOR HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES: Office of Health Policy: Certificate of Need

      900 KAR 6:130. Certificate of Need criteria for physician exemption.

Department for Medicaid: Commissioner's Office: Health Care-Acquired Conditions and Preventative Conditions

      907 KAR 14:005. Health Care-Acquired Conditions and other provider preventable conditions.

 

July 10, 2012, MINUTES OF THE ARRS

OTHER COMMITTEE REPORTS

LOCATOR INDEX

KRS INDEX

TECHNICAL AMENDMENT INDEX

SUBJECT INDEX

 

ARRS MEETING NOTICE

The Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee is tentatively scheduled to meet at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 14, 2012, in room 149, Capitol Annex, Frankfort, Kentucky.

 

EARRS MEETING NOTICE

The Education Assessment and Accountability Review Subcommittee is tentatively scheduled to meet at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 14, 2012 in room 154, Capitol Annex, Frankfort, Kentucky.

 

 

 

 


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                                   KENTUCKY LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION

 

                                                                Chairmen

 

Senator David L. Williams                                                                                Representative Gregory Stumbo

Senate President                                                                                               House Speaker

 

                                                 Senate and House Members

 

Senator Katie Kratz Stine                                                                                  Representative Larry Clark

President Pro Tem                                                                                            Speaker Pro Tem

 

Senator Robert Stivers                                                                                      Representative Rocky Adkins

Majority Floor Leader                                                                                       Majority Floor Leader

 

Senator R.J. Palmer II                                                                                       Representative Jeffrey Hoover

Minority Floor Leader                                                                                       Minority Floor Leader

 

Senator Daniel Seum                                                                                        Representative Robert R. Damron

Majority Caucus Chairman                                                                               Majority Caucus Chairman

 

Senator Johnny Ray Turner                                                                            Representative Bob DeWeese

Minority Caucus Chairman                                                                               Minority Caucus Chairman

 

Senator Carroll Gibson                                                                                    Representative Tommy Thompson

Majority Whip                                                                                                    Majority Whip

 

Senator Jerry P. Rhoads                                                                                  Representative Danny R. Ford

Minority Whip                                                                                                    Minority Whip

 

 

 

                                               Robert Sherman, Director

                                Joe Cox, Printing and Publications Officer

 

 

                      ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION REVIEW SUBCOMMITTEE

 

Members                                                                                                            Staff

 

Senator Joe Bowen, Co-Chair                                                                         Dave Nicholas

Senator David Givens                                                                                      Donna Little

Senator Alice Kerr                                                                                             Emily Caudill

Senator Joey Pendleton                                                                                   Sarah Amburgey

Representative Johnny Bell                                                                             Emily Harkenrider

Representative Robert Damron                                                                       Karen Howard

Representative Danny R. Ford                                                                        Laura Napier

Representative Jimmie Lee                                                                              Betsy Cupp

 

 

 

 


ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION REVIEW PROCEDURE

(See KRS Chapter 13A for specific provisions)

 

Filing and Publication

      Administrative bodies shall file with the Regulations Compiler all proposed administrative regulations, public hearing and comment period information, regulatory impact analysis and tiering statement, fiscal note, federal mandate comparison, and incorporated material information. Those administrative regulations received by the deadline established in KRS 13A.050 shall be published in the Administrative Register.

 

Public Hearing and Public Comment Period

      The administrative body shall schedule a public hearing on proposed administrative regulations which shall not be held before the 21st day or later than the last workday of the month of publication. Written comments shall also be accepted until the end of the calendar month in which the administrative regulation was published.

 

      The administrative regulation shall include: the place, time, and date of the hearing; the manner in which persons may submit notification to attend the hearing and written comments; that notification to attend the hearing shall be sent no later than 5 workdays prior to the hearing date; the deadline for submitting written comments; and the name, position, address, and telephone and fax numbers of the person to whom notification and written comments shall be sent.

 

      The administrative body shall notify the Compiler, by phone and letter, whether the hearing was held or cancelled and whether written comments were received. If the hearing was held or written comments were received, the administrative body shall file a statement of consideration with the Compiler by the fifteenth day of the calendar month following the month of publication.

 

      No transcript of the hearing need to be taken unless a written request for a transcript is made, and the person requesting the transcript shall have the responsibility of paying for same. A recording may be made in lieu of a transcript.

 

Review Procedure

      After the public hearing and public comment period processes are completed, the administrative regulation shall be reviewed by the Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee at its next meeting. After review by the Subcommittee, the administrative regulation shall be referred by the Legislative Research Commission to an appropriate jurisdictional committee for a second review. The administrative regulation shall be considered as adopted and in effect as of adjournment on the day the appropriate jurisdictional committee meets or 30 days after being referred by LRC, whichever occurs first.

 

 

 


 


ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION REVIEW SUBCOMMITTEE

Minutes of July 10, 2012

 


 

 


Call to Order and Roll Call

      The July meeting of the Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee was held on Tuesday, July 10, 2012, at 1:00 p.m., in Room 149 of the Capitol Annex. Representative Johnny Bell, Co-Chair, called the meeting to order, the roll call was taken. The minutes of the June 2012 meeting were approved.

 

Present were:

      Members: Senators Joe Bowen, Alice Forgy Kerr, and David Givens, and Representatives Johnny Bell, Robert Damron, Danny Ford, and Jimmie Lee.

      LRC Staff: Dave Nicholas, Donna Little, Emily Caudill, Sarah Amburgey, Emily Harkenrider, Karen Howard, and Betsy Cupp.

      Guests: Melissa Justice, Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority; Colonel Steve Ballard, Kentucky National Guard; Brian Bishop, Board of Dentistry; Jonathan Buckley, David Cox, State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors; Nathan Goldman, Paula Schenk, Morgan Ransdell, Board of Nursing; Dave Hise, Mark Mangeot, Karen Waldrop, Department of Fish and Wildlife; Amber Arnett, Amy Barker, Department of Corrections; Bob Elkins, James R. Gridor, Jr, Kristi Redmen, Labor Cabinet; Virginia V. Davis, Tony Dehner, Department of Alcholic Beverage Control; Michael T. Davis, Marc A. Guilfoil, Mary Scollay, John Ward, Kentucky Horse Racing Commission; Rick Hiles, Ky HBPA; Andy Roberts, KHHA/KAEP; Dawn Bellis, Jack Coleman, David J. Moore, Ambrose Wilson, Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction; Allison Lile, Office of Health Policy; Rick Hiles, Ky HBPA; FD Marcum, and KAEP Andy Roberts, KHHA/KAEP.

 

The Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee met on Tuesday, July 10, 2012, and submits this report:

 

Administrative Regulations Reviewed by the Subcommittee:

 

KENTUCKY HIGHER EDUCATION ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY: Division of Student and Administrative Services: Kentucky Loan Program

      11 KAR 3:100. Administrative wage garnishment. Melissa Justice, senior associate counsel, represented the division.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendment: to amend Section 6 to comply with the drafting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendment was approved.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT CABINET: Department of Military Affairs: Division of Administrative Services: Military Assistance Trust Funds

      106 KAR 2:030. National Guard adoption benefit program. Colonel Steve Bullard, director of administrative services, represented the division.

      In response to a question by Co-Chair Bowen, Colonel Bullard stated that Kentucky’s First Lady developed this program, which was adapted for the National Guard to correspond to the state employee benefit. Funding for the program was allocated from the military assistance trust fund.

A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: to amend the RELATES TO; STATUTORY AUTHORITY; and NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY paragraphs and Section 1 to correct statutory citations. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

Board of Dentistry: Board

      201 KAR 8:562. Licensure of dental hygienists. Brian Bishop, executive director, represented the board.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: to amend Sections 4, 15, and 17 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

Kentucky State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors: Board

      201 KAR 18:220. Administrative hearings. Jonathan Buckley, general counsel, and David Cox, executive director, represented the board.

 

Board of Nursing: Board

      201 KAR 20:450. Alternative program. Nathan Goldman, general counsel; Morgan Ransdell, board prosecutor; and Paula Schenk, manager of consumer protection, represented the board.

      In response to a question by Representative Ford, Ms. Schenk stated that if a nurse voluntarily reported a substance abuse problem and completed the program successfully, there would not be officially documented disciplinary action by the board. Failure to adhere to the program may result in license revocation.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: to amend Section 3 to correct minor drafting errors. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      201 KAR 20:510. Voluntary relinquishment of a license or credential.

 

TOURISM, ARTS AND HERITAGE CABINET: Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources: Game

      301 KAR 2:041. Shooting areas, dog training areas, commercial foxhound training enclosures, and bobwhite shoot-to-train season. David Hise, attorney; Mark Mangeot, legislative liaison; and Karen Waldrop, wildlife director, represented the department.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: to amend Sections 3, 4, 6, 8, and 10 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      301 KAR 2:300. Black bears.

      In response to a question by Co-Chair Bowen, Dr. Waldrop stated that the current bear population could withstand the proposed hunting season.

 

Hunting and Fishing

      301 KAR 3:022. License, tag, and permit fees.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendment: to amend Section 2(4) to change “Shooting Preserve Permit” to “Shooting Area Permit.” Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendment was approved.

 

JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY CABINET: Department of Corrections: Office of the Secretary

      501 KAR 6:050. Luther Luckett Correctional Complex. Amber Arnett, staff attorney, and Amy Barker, assistant general counsel, represented the department.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: to amend Section 1 and the material incorporated by reference to conform to other departmental policies, clarify provisions, and correct minor drafting errors. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      501 KAR 6:110. Roederer Correctional Complex.

 

      501 KAR 6:260. Procedures for recommendation of early termination of probation and review of compliance of supervised individuals.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend Sections 1 through 4 to clarify provisions; (2) to amend Sections 2 and 5 to correct citations; and (3) to amend Sections 1, 2, 3, and 5 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      501 KAR 6:280. Risk and needs assessment.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend the NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY paragraph to correct statutory citations; and (2) to amend Section 1 and the material incorporated by reference to clarify provisions, correct minor drafting errors, and renumber the policies. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

LABOR CABINET: Department of Workplace Standards: Division of Occupational Safety and Health Compliance: Division of Occupational Safety and Health Education and Training: Occupational Safety and Health

      803 KAR 2:300. General. Bob Elkins, safety standards specialist; James R. Grider, Jr., assistant general counsel; and Kristi Redmon, health standards specialist, represented the division.

      In response to questions by Co-Chair Bell, Ms. Redmon stated that these administrative regulations provided consistency in chemical labeling. This consistency should facilitate compliance, and the implementation cost was expected to be offset by the savings vis a vis fewer employee accidents and deaths. The changes affected agricultural operations that fell within the same scope of practice as the industrial facilities involved.

      In response to a question by Senator Kerr, Ms. Redmon stated that an industry that used chemicals would be affected by these administrative regulations. New labeling and new data sheets were required. The primary expense was expected to be the cost for training regarding the new labeling. These administrative regulations contained requirements that Kentucky was mandated by the federal government to adopt. These requirements were not more stringent than the federal requirements.

      Staff stated that the division had filed a FISCAL NOTE ON STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT as part of the amendment process. These were federal requirements that Kentucky was mandated to adopt.

      In response to a question by Representative Ford, Ms. Redmon stated that a farmer who repackaged chemicals for agricultural use would not be impacted by these amendments because requirements for repackaging for personal use were not being revised.

      In response to a question by Co-Chair Bowen, Ms. Redmon stated that these administrative regulations were similar to administrative regulations mandated by the U.S. EPA to be adopted by Kentucky’s Department for Environmental Protection. Kentucky had a deadline of six (6) months to adopt these administrative regulations.

 

      803 KAR 2:307. Hazardous materials.

 

      803 KAR 2:309. General environmental controls.

 

      803 KAR 2:313. Materials handling and storage.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend the RELATES TO paragraph to correct a citation; and (2) to amend the NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY paragraphs and Section 3 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      803 KAR 2:316. Welding, cutting, and brazing.

 

      803 KAR 2:317. Special industries.

 

      803 KAR 2:319. Commercial diving operations.

 

      803 KAR 2:320. Toxic and hazardous substances.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: to amend Sections 2 and 3 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      803 KAR 2:403. Occupational health and environmental controls.

 

      803 KAR 2:405. Fire protection and prevention.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend the RELATES TO and STATUTORY AUTHORITY paragraphs to correct citations; and (2) to amend the NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY paragraph to clearly state the necessity for and function served by this administrative regulation, as required by KRS 13A.220. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      803 KAR 2:407. Adoption of 29 C.F.R. Part 1926.250-252.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend the RELATES TO paragraph to add a citation; and (2) to amend the NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY paragraph to clearly state the necessity for and function served by this administrative regulation, as required by KRS 13A.220. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      803 KAR 2:425. Toxic and hazardous substances.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendment: to amend Section 2 for clarification. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendment was approved.

 

      803 KAR 2:500. Maritime employment.

 

PUBLIC PROTECTION CABINET: Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control: Licensing

      804 KAR 4:370. Entertainment destination center license. Virginia V. Davis, legislative liaison, and Tony Dehner, commissioner, represented the department.

      In response to a question by Senator Kerr, Mr. Dehner stated that entertainment districts similar to 4th Street Live were not precluded for the city of Lexington; however, Victorian Square had opted out of participation.

      In response to questions by Senator Givens, Mr. Dehner stated that Newport on the Levee was the primary initiator of this administrative regulation. Subcommittee staff stated that subdivisions within the definition of “entertainment destination” were in accordance with the drafting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A.

 

Kentucky Horse Racing Commission: Thoroughbred Racing

      810 KAR 1:018. Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices. Marc A. Guilfoil, deputy executive director; Dr. Mary Scollay, equine medical director; and John Ward, executive director, represented the commission. Rick Hiles, president, Kentucky Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association, and member of the Equine Drug Research Council, and Dr. Andy Roberts, veterinarian and member of the Equine Drug Research Council, appeared in opposition to these administrative regulations.

      Mr. Hiles stated that the Equine Drug Research Council was opposed to provisions regarding adjunct bleeder medication, which was proven effective and used in human surgical procedures. The Equine Drug Research Council voted unanimously to accept these provisions regarding adjunct bleeder medication only after being promised by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission that the KHRC would not seek to ban the medication lasix. Because the KHRC had voted to ban lasix by future administrative regulation, the Equine Drug Research Council was now voicing its original opposition to the provisions regarding adjunct bleeder medication. Additionally, the change from a maximum allowable limit of five (5) to two (2) micrograms of phenylbutazone for thoroughbreds was overburdensome. Kentucky was the only state proposing these measures, and there were different requirements for different breeds of horses, which was confusing. The horse industry in Kentucky was already in jeopardy, and these administrative regulations may cause further harm.

      Dr. Roberts stated that the Equine Drug Research Council agreed to compromise by voting unanimously for approval of these administrative regulations, but the KHRC turned out to be acting in bad faith because it did not keep its promise to protect the current provisions for the use of lasix. The Equine Drug Research Council was required by statute to report to the General Assembly, and this testimony constituted that report.

      In response to questions by Senator Givens, Mr. Hiles stated that he had not intended to testify on these administrative regulations until the KHRC voted to promulgate an administrative regulation to ban the use of lasix. Lasix was needed for therapeutic use on equine. Dr. Roberts stated that the Jockeys’ Guild wanted to ban lasix to bolster public perception of racing integrity and to make Kentucky’s administrative regulations commensurate with international standards. For these reasons, the Jockeys’ Guild lobbied the KHRC to approve a ban on lasix. Mr. Hiles stated that the racing industry in the United States wanted Kentucky to ban lasix as a pilot project to test the impact that other states may expect. Banning lasix would affect approximately ninety-five (95) percent of racing horses. Dr. Roberts stated that the Equine Drug Research Council was established by statute in 1985, and the KHRC had never before overridden a decision of the Equine Drug Research Council. New York had attempted banning lasix, and it resulted in the destruction of the local racing industry.

      In response to questions by Co-Chair Bowen, Dr. Roberts stated that the therapeutic benefit of lasix was as a diuretic, one of the safest types of drugs. It removed excess water and prevented bleeding from broken capillaries. In horses that were not racing, lasix was primarily used for heart problems. Mr. Hiles stated that this was the first major dispute between the KHRC and the Equine Drug Research Council.

      In response to a question by Senator Kerr, Mr. Hiles described the makeup of the Equine Drug Research Council, whose members were appointed by the governor. The Equine Drug Research Council voted unanimously to accept these administrative regulations only because the KHRC promised to protect the use of lasix if administered by the state veterinarian. Because the KHRC voted to promulgate an administrative regulation to ban the use of lasix, the Equine Drug Research Council was no longer in support of these administrative regulations.

      Subcommittee staff stated that the administrative regulations for consideration at this Subcommittee meeting addressed phenylbutazone and who administered lasix, but did not place a ban on the use of lasix.

      In response to questions by Representative Damron, Dr. Roberts stated that a ban on lasix had been voted on by the KHRC but the administrative regulation to that effect had not yet been filed. Mr. Hiles stated that the first part of the KHRC’s plan was to ban the use of lasix for graded stakes races. Lasix was used in European horse racing, but not on the actual day of racing. Dr. Roberts stated that the effects of lasix lasted about eight (8) hours and did not have an adverse effect on horses. Lasix did not cause severe dehydration if used properly. Mr. Hiles stated that delaying these administrative regulations would not have an adverse impact on this season’s Keeneland races.

      Representative Damron stated that Mr. Hiles and Dr. Roberts had sufficiently informed this Subcommittee of the concerns regarding a ban on lasix; however, that administrative regulation had not yet been filed, and the remainder of the discussion needed to refocus on the administrative regulations currently on the agenda for consideration.

      In response to a question by Co-Chair Bowen, Dr. Roberts stated that Kentucky had been a leader in positive reformation of the horse racing industry. The KHRC had played an important part in that leadership; however, the KHRC had recently experienced membership changes.

      In response to a question by Representative Lee, Dr. Scollay stated that there were different drug standards for different breeds of horses because different types of races had different times for the prerace examinations. The concern was that if horses that were examined early, as thoroughbreds were, were still under effects of a drug, the drug may mask or obscure possible dangers to a jockey. Upon early examination, many horses were over the limit for phenylbutazone. Standardbred horses, on the other hand, were not examined until the warm-up period about one (1) hour prior to racing; therefore, the effects of the drugs would have had sufficient time to have worn off before the examination. Drug testing prohibited administering medicine too close to race time. There was usually a fine for a first offense of improper drug administration. A second offense may be grounds for disqualification. Mr. Hiles stated that the effects of phenylbutazone lasted approximately eight (8) hours. The threshold limit was two (2) micrograms for thoroughbreds and five (5) micrograms for harness racehorses and standardbreds. Dr. Scollay stated that these administrative regulations required injection, rather than oral administration, of phenylbutazone in thoroughbreds.

      Representative Lee stated that consideration of a ban on lasix should take place once that administrative regulation was promulgated.

      Representative Damron stated that he took exception to Dr. Roberts’ statement that the KHRC had played an important part in leadership; however, the KHRC had recently experienced membership changes. Representative Damron stated that Mr. Ward was an excellent choice to be the executive director, was quite competent, and that he had great respect for Mr. Ward’s expertise, professionalism, and integrity. Mr. Hiles stated that the comment was not intended toward Mr. Ward. Dr. Roberts stated that his issues were with the commissioners, not with staff of the KHRC.

      Mr. Guilfoil stated that the process of amending these administrative regulations began in August 2011. The KHRC held three (3) town hall meetings, and the issues were extensively vetted. Mr. Guilfoil was not aware of a promise not to ban lasix in return for acceptance of these administrative regulations by the Equine Drug Research Council. The KHRC supported intravenous administration by a veterinarian to protect the integrity of racing. Dr. Scollay stated that the effects on horses from the withdrawal of adjunct bleeder medication had not been sufficiently studied, especially if the purpose was to prevent bleeding. Kentucky was in the minority of states that still allowed adjunct bleeder medication. Mr. Ward stated that adjunct bleeder medication requirements were for the purpose of protecting the integrity of horse racing in Kentucky in order to build a future for this sport and to meet international standards.

      In response to a question by Senator Givens, Dr. Scollay stated that she had reported to the public that banning lasix was not a matter being considered by the KHRC, which was accurate at the time. Later, the KHRC determined that lasix should be banned.

      Co-Chair Bell stated that Mr. Ward was a person of character and honesty. He did not approve of overzealous regulations pertaining to what citizens do with their animals on their own property. It was not the government’s role to require certain veterinarians for the administration of specific medications. Prohibiting administering phenylbutazone through feed seemed unwise. Kentucky’s walking horse industry was destroyed by overcorrection after problems, and Co-Chair Bell did not want the same to happen to the racing industry.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend Section 6 to clarify provisions and to specify that the cost for administering lasix shall be twenty (20) dollars or less if the actual cost is lower; and (2) to amend Sections 1, 7, 8, 20, and 23 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      810 KAR 1:028. Disciplinary measures and penalties.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend Sections 2, 4, 6, 7, and 8 to clarify provisions; (2) to amend the STATUTORY AUTHORITY and the NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY paragraphs to update citations; and (3) to amend Sections 2, 4, 5, 10, and 11 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      810 KAR 1:040. Drug, medication, and substance classification schedule and withdrawal guidelines.

 

Harness Racing

      811 KAR 1:090. Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend Section 6 to clarify provisions and to specify that the cost for administering lasix shall be twenty (20) dollars or less if the actual cost is lower; and (2) to amend Sections 1, 2, 7, 20, and 23 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      811 KAR 1:093. Drug, medication, and substance classification schedule and withdrawal guidelines.

 

      811 KAR 1:095. Disciplinary measures and penalties.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend Sections 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9 to clarify provisions; (2) to amend the STATUTORY AUTHORITY and the NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY paragraphs to update citations; and (3) to amend Section 11 to comply with the formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

Quarter Horse, Appaloosa and Arabian Racing

      811 KAR 2:093. Drug, medication, and substance classification schedule and withdrawal guidelines.

 

      811 KAR 2:096. Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend Section 6 to clarify provisions and to specify that the cost for administering lasix shall be twenty (20) dollars or less if the actual cost is lower; and (2) to amend Sections 1, 7, 8, 20, and 23 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

      811 KAR 2:100. Disciplinary measures and penalties.

      A motion was made and seconded to approve the following amendments: (1) to amend Sections 2, 4, 6, 7, and 8 to clarify provisions; (2) to amend the STATUTORY AUTHORITY and the NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY paragraphs to update citations; and (3) to amend Sections 2, 4, 5, 10, and 11 to comply with the drafting and formatting requirements of KRS Chapter 13A. Without objection, and with agreement of the agency, the amendments were approved.

 

Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction: Division of Plumbing: Plumbing

      815 KAR 20:100. Joints and connections. Dawn M. Bellis, general counsel, and David J. Moore, division director, represented the division.

 

CABINET FOR HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES: Office of Health Policy: Data Reporting and Public Use Data Sets

      900 KAR 7:030. Data reporting by health care providers. Allison Lile, healthcare data administrator, represented the office.

 

The following administrative regulations were deferred to the August 14, 2012, meeting of the Subcommittee:

 

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CABINET: Department of Revenue: Office of Sales and Excise Taxes: Sales and Use Tax; Administration and Accounting

      103 KAR 31:170 & E. Disaster area relief sales and use tax refunds.

 

KENTUCKY COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM: Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services: Board

      202 KAR 7:601. Training, education, and continuing education.

 

TOURISM, ARTS AND HERITAGE CABINET: Department of Parks: Parks and Campgrounds

      304 KAR 1:040. Campgrounds.

 

      304 KAR 1:080. Kentucky ProudTM Promotion Program.

 

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT CABINET: Department for Natural Resources: Division of Mine Permits: Bond and Insurance Requirements

      405 KAR 10:011E. Repeal of 405 KAR 10:010 and 405 KAR 10:020.

 

The Subcommittee adjourned at 3:30 p.m. until August 14, 2012.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


OTHER COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

COMPILER'S NOTE: In accordance with KRS 13A.290(9), the following reports were forwarded to the Legislative Research Commission by the appropriate jurisdictional committees and are hereby printed in the Administrative Register. The administrative regulations listed in each report became effective upon adjournment of the committee meeting at which they were considered.

 

INTERIM JOINT COMMITTEE ON NATURAL

RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT

Meeting of June 7, 2012

 

The following administrative regulations were available for consideration and placed on the agenda of the Interim Joint Committee on Natural Resources and Environment for its meeting of June 7, 2012, having been referred to the Committee on June 6, 2012, pursuant to KRS 13A.290(6):

 

301 KAR 1:201

301 KAR 2:251

 

The following administrative regulations were found to be deficient pursuant to KRS 13A.290(7) and 13A.030(2):

 

None

 

The Committee rationale for each finding of deficiency is attached to and made a part of this memorandum.

 

The following administrative regulations were approved as amended at the Committee meeting pursuant to KRS 13A.320:

 

None

 

The wording of the amendment of each such administrative regulation is attached to and made a part of this memorandum.

 

The following administrative regulations were deferred pursuant to KRS 13A.300:

 

None

 

Committee activity in regard to review of the above-referenced administrative regulations is reflected in the minutes of the June 7, 2012 meeting, which are hereby incorporated by reference.  Additional committee findings, recommendations, or comments, if any, are attached hereto.

 

 

INTERIM JOINT COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION

Meeting of July 13, 2012

The following administrative regulations were available for consideration and placed on the agenda of the Interim Joint Committee on Education for its meeting of July 13, 2012, having been referred to the Committee on July 5, 2012, pursuant to KRS 13A.290(6):

 

702 KAR 1:160

703 KAR 5:002

703 KAR 5:140

703 KAR 5:240

704 KAR 3:340

704 KAR 5:070

 

The following administrative regulations were found to be deficient pursuant to KRS 13A.290(7) and 13A.030(2):

 

None

 

The Committee rationale for each finding of deficiency is attached to and made a part of this memorandum.

 

The following administrative regulations were approved as amended at the Committee meeting pursuant to KRS 13A.320:

 

None

 

The wording of the amendment of each such administrative regulation is attached to and made a part of this memorandum.

 

The following administrative regulations were deferred pursuant to KRS 13A.300:

 

None

 

Committee activity in regard to review of the above-referenced administrative regulations is reflected in the minutes of the July 13, 2012 meeting, which are hereby incorporated by reference.  Additional committee findings, recommendations, or comments, if any, are attached hereto.

 

 

 

 

 


 


CUMULATIVE SUPPLEMENT

 

 

 

 

 

Locator Index - Effective Dates

 

      The Locator Index lists all administrative regulations published in VOLUME 39 of the Administrative Register of Kentucky from July 2012 through June 2013. It also lists the page number on which each administrative regulation is published, the effective date of the administrative regulation after it has completed the review process, and other action which may affect the administrative regulation. NOTE: The administrative regulations listed under VOLUME 38 are those administrative regulations that were originally published in VOLUME 38 (last year's) issues of the Administrative Register of Kentucky but had not yet gone into effect when the 2012 Kentucky Administrative Regulations Service was published.

 

 

 

 

KRS Index

 

      The KRS Index is a cross-reference of statutes to which administrative regulations relate. These statute numbers are derived from the RELATES TO line of each administrative regulation submitted for publication in VOLUME 39 of the Administrative Register of Kentucky.

 

 

 

 

Technical Amendment Index

 

      The Technical Amendment Index is a list of administrative regulations which have had technical, nonsubstantive amendments entered since being published in the 2012 Kentucky Administrative Regulations Service. These technical changes have been made by the Regulations Compiler pursuant to KRS 13A.040(9) and (10) or 13A.312(2). Since these changes were not substantive in nature, administrative regulations appearing in this index will NOT be published in the Administrative Register of Kentucky.

 

 

 

 

Subject Index

 

      The Subject Index is a general index of administrative regulations published in VOLUME 39 of the Administrative Register of Kentucky, and is mainly broken down by agency.

 

 


 

LOCATOR INDEX

 

 


VOLUME 38

The administrative regulations listed under VOLUME 38 are those administrative regulations that were originally published in Volume 38 (last year's) issues of the Administrative Register but had not yet gone into effect when the 12 bound Volumes were published.

 

 


SYMBOL KEY:

* Statement of Consideration not filed by deadline

** Withdrawn, not in effect within 1 year of publication

*** Withdrawn before being printed in Register

**** Emergency expired after 180 days

(r) Repealer regulation: KRS 13A.310-on the effective date of an administrative regulation that repeals another, the regulations compiler shall delete the repealed administrative regulation and the repealing administrative regulation.

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EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS:

(Note: Emergency regulations expire 180 days from the date filed; or 180 days from the date filed plus number of days of requested extension, or upon replacement or repeal, whichever occurs first.)

 

103 KAR 31:170E               1934                           5-11-12

405 KAR 10:011E(r)           1935                             5-4-12

405 KAR 10:015E               1937                             5-4-12

921 KAR 2:015E                 1429                         12-29-11

      Replaced                     1969                           6-20-12

 

ORDINARY ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS:

11 KAR 3:100

      Amended                     1977                (See 39 Ky.R.)

101 KAR 2:102

      Amended                     1171                             7-6-12

101 KAR 2:140

      Amended                     1176

      As Amended                1944                             7-6-12

101 KAR 3:015

      Amended                     1178                             7-6-12

103 KAR 8:010

      Amended                         73

      As Amended                1297

103 KAR 31:170                  2107

106 KAR 2:030                    2108                (See 39 Ky.R.)

201 KAR 8:562

      Amended                     1870                (See 39 Ky.R.)

201 KAR 13:040

      Amended                     1875                (See 39 Ky.R.)

201 KAR 18:220

      Amended                     1991

201 KAR 20:450

      Amended                     1994                (See 39 Ky.R.)

201 KAR 20:490

      Amended                     1764

      As Amended                1945                           6-20-12

201 KAR 20:510

      Amended                     1997

201 KAR 23:015

      Amended                     1767

      As Amended                1947                           6-20-12

201 KAR 30:050

      Amended                     1768

      As Amended                1947                             7-6-12

201 KAR 32:035

      Amended                     1877                (See 39 Ky.R.)

202 KAR 7:601

      Amended                     1770                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 1:201

      Amended                     1783                             6-7-12

301 KAR 1:410

      Amended                     1788

      AmComments              1974                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 2:041

      Amended                     1879                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 2:049

      Amended                     1883                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 2:081

      Amended                     1887                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 2:082

      Amended                     1893                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 2:084

      Amended                     1898                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 2:300

      Amended                     1899                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 3:022

      Amended                     1903                (See 39 Ky.R.)

301 KAR 2:251

      Amended                     1661

      As Amended                1948                             6-7-12

304 KAR 1:040                           

      Amended                     2002

304 KAR 1:080                    2110

304 KAR 1:410                    1974

405 KAR 10:015                  2111

405 KAR 10:030

      Amended                     2004

405 KAR 16:020

      Amended                     2007

501 KAR 6:020

      Amended                     1905                (See 39 Ky.R.)

501 KAR 6:050

      Amended                     2011                (See 39 Ky.R.)

501 KAR 6:090

      Repealed                     1808                             7-6-12

501 KAR 6:091(r)                1808                             7-6-12

501 KAR 6:110

      Amended                     2013

501 KAR 6:200

      Amended                     1791

      As Amended                1951                             7-6-12

501 KAR 6:240

      Amended                     1793

      As Amended                1953                             7-6-12

501 KAR 6:260                    1916                (See 39 Ky.R.)

501 KAR 6:280                    1918                (See 39 Ky.R.)

503 KAR 1:110

      Amended                     1795

      As Amended                1953                             7-6-12

503 KAR 3:070

      Amended                     1665

      As Amended                1956                             7-6-12

601 KAR 1:018

      Amended                     1487

      As Amended                1957                             7-6-12

601 KAR 1:019                    1399

      As Amended                1962                             7-6-12

702 KAR 1:160

      Amended                     1799                (See 39 Ky.R.)

703 KAR 5:002(r)                1401                (See 39 Ky.R.)

703 KAR 5:070

      Amended                     1907                (See 39 Ky.R.)

703 KAR 5:140

      Amended                     1391                (See 39 Ky.R.)

703 KAR 5:220                      707

703 KAR 5:225                    1919                (See 39 Ky.R.)

703 KAR 5:240                    1407                (See 39 Ky.R.)

704 KAR 3:340

      Amended                     1909                (See 39 Ky.R.)

704 KAR 5:070                    1410                (See 39 Ky.R.)

803 KAR 2:300

      Amended                     2016

803 KAR 2:307                           

      Amended                     2018

803 KAR 2:309

      Amended                     2021

803 KAR 2:313

      Amended                     2023                (See 39 Ky.R.)

803 KAR 2:316

      Amended                     2025

803 KAR 2:317

      Amended                     2027

803 KAR 2:319

      Amended                     2029

803 KAR 2:320

      Amended                     2031                (See 39 Ky.R.)

803 KAR 2:403

      Amended                     2037

803 KAR 2:405

      Amended                     2040                (See 39 Ky.R.)

803 KAR 2:407

      Amended                     2042                (See 39 Ky.R.)

803 KAR 2:425

      Amended                     2044                (See 39 Ky.R.)

803 KAR 2:500

      Amended                     2046

804 KAR 4:370

      Amended                     2049

806 KAR 3:190

      Amended                     1910                (See 39 Ky.R.)

810 KAR 1:018

      Amended                     2052                (See 39 Ky.R.)

810 KAR 1:028

      Amended                     2061                (See 39 Ky.R.)

810 KAR 1:040                    2116

811 KAR 1:090

      Amended                     2068                (See 39 Ky.R.)

811 KAR 1:093                    2118

811 KAR 1:095

      Amended                     2077                (See 39 Ky.R.)

811 KAR 2:093                    2119

811 KAR 2:096

      Amended                     2084                (See 39 Ky.R.)

811 KAR 2:100

      Amended                     2093                (See 39 Ky.R.)

815 KAR 6:010

      Amended                     1498

      Amended                     1866

      As Amended                1966                             7-6-12

815 KAR 6:070                    1521

      As Amended                1968

      Withdrawn                                                        6-8-12

815 KAR 20:100

      Amended                     2099

900 KAR 7:030

      Amended                     2102

900 KAR 9:010                    2121

921 KAR 2:015

      Amended                     1501

      As Amended                1969                           6-20-12

921 KAR 3:035

      Amended                     1804                           6-20-12

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SYMBOL KEY:

* Statement of Consideration not filed by deadline

** Withdrawn, not in effect within 1 year of publication

*** Withdrawn before being printed in Register

(r) Repealer regulation: KRS 13A.310-on the effective date of an administrative regulation that repeals another, the regulations compiler shall delete the repealed administrative regulation and the repealing administrative regulation

 


 

VOLUME 39

 


 

EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS:

(Note: Emergency regulations expire 180 days from the date filed; or 180 days from the date filed plus number of days of requested extension, or upon replacement or repeal, whichever occurs first.)

 

105 KAR 1:400E                       4                           5-30-12

502 KAR 10:120E                     8                           5-31-12

906 KAR 1:160E                   182                           7-13-12

907 KAR 14:005E                 184                           6-22-12

 

ORDINARY ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS:

 

11 KAR 3:100                                              (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  187

16 KAR 2:120

      Amended                         66

40 KAR 2:330                        350

105 KAR 1:400

      Amended                         68

105 KAR 1:420

      Amended                         72

105 KAR 1:430

      Amended                         74

106 KAR 2:030                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  199

201 KAR 2:340                      172

201 KAR 8:562                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  199

201 KAR 13:040                                          (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    11

201 KAR 20:230

      Amended                       257

201 KAR 20:370

      Amended                       258

201 KAR 20:411

      Amended                       259

201 KAR 20:450                                          (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  203

201 KAR 22:001

      Amended                         76

201 KAR 22:040

      Amended                         77

201 KAR 22:045

      Amended                         79

201 KAR 22:053

      Amended                         81

201 KAR 30:030

      Amended                         83

201 KAR 30:125

      Amended                         86

201 KAR 30:180

      Amended                         87

201 KAR 30:190

      Amended                         90

201 KAR 33:035                                          (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    12

201 KAR 44:090                    353

201 KAR 44:100                    354

201 KAR 44:110                    356

201 KAR 44:120                    357

202 KAR 7:601                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      AmComments                  40

301 KAR 1:410                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    13

301 KAR 2:041                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  205

301 KAR 2:049                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    15

301 KAR 2:081                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    18

301 KAR 2:082                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    23

301 KAR 2:084                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    27

301 KAR 2:300                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      AmComments                  53

301 KAR 3:022                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      AmComments                  56                (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  208

302 KAR 16:091

      Amended                         94

302 KAR 27:050

      Amended                         95

302 KAR 28:020

      Amended                       100

302 KAR 28:050

      Amended                       102

302 KAR 29:020

      Amended                       104

302 KAR 29:050

      Amended                       106

302 KAR 29:060

      Amended                       110

306 KAR 1:011(r)                  358

307 KAR 1:005                      359

307 KAR 4:020

      Amended                       262

307 KAR 8:011(r)                  361

307 KAR 9:010

      Amended                       264

401 KAR 5:055

      Amended                       265

401 KAR 5:060

      Amended                       268

401 KAR 51:001

      Amended                       113

401 KAR 51:017

      Amended                       124

401 KAR 51:052

      Amended                       135

501 KAR 6:020                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    27

501 KAR 6:050                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  209

501 KAR 6:130

      Amended                       144

501 KAR 6:140

      Amended                       146

501 KAR 6:230

      Amended                       270

501 KAR 6:260                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  211

501 KAR 6:270

      Amended                       272

501 KAR 6:280                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  212

501 KAR 11:011(r)                362

502 KAR 10:120

      Amended                       148

601 KAR 9:090

      Amended                       274

702 KAR 1:160                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    28                           7-13-12

703 KAR 5:002                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    30                             7-3-12

703 KAR 5:070                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      AmComments                  59                             7-3-12

703 KAR 5:140                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    31                             7-3-12

703 KAR 5:225                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      AmComments                  60

703 KAR 5:240                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    32                           7-13-12

704 KAR 3:340                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    34                           7-13-12

704 KAR 5:070                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    35

803 KAR 2:313                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  212

803 KAR 2:320                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  212

803 KAR 2:405                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  217

803 KAR 2:407                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  217

803 KAR 2:425                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  217

806 KAR 3:190                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                    36

807 KAR 5:001

      Amended                       275

807 KAR 5:006

      Amended                       295

807 KAR 5:011

      Amended                       312

807 KAR 5:076

      Amended                       320

810 KAR 1:018                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  218

810 KAR 1:028                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  224

811 KAR 1:090                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  230

811 KAR 1:095                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  237

811 KAR 2:096                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  243

811 KAR 2:100                                            (See 38 Ky.R.)

      As Amended                  251

815 KAR 20:020

      Amended                       151

815 KAR 20:034

      Amended                       325

815 KAR 20:191

      Amended                       155

815 KAR 35:020                    363

815 KAR 35:060

      Amended                       162

900 KAR 6:060

      Amended                       327

900 KAR 6:085

      Amended                       329

900 KAR 6:090

      Amended                       331

900 KAR 6:130                      365

906 KAR 1:160

      Amended                       335

907 KAR 14:005                    367

910 KAR 1:190

      Amended                       164

921 KAR 1:001

      Amended                       337

921 KAR 1:380

      Amended                       339

921 KAR 1:400

      Amended                       342

921 KAR 1:410

      Amended                       345

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SYMBOL KEY:

* Statement of Consideration not filed by deadline

** Withdrawn, not in effect within 1 year of publication

*** Withdrawn before being printed in Register

(r) Repealer regulation: KRS 13A.310-on the effective date of an administrative regulation that repeals another, the regulations compiler shall delete the repealed administrative regulation and the repealing administrative regulation.

 

 


 

 

 

 


 


KRS INDEX

KRS SECTION                                      REGULATION

 

12.355                                               201 KAR 22:045

13B                                                   815 KAR 35:060

13B.010                                              921 KAR 1:410

15.055                                                 921 KAR 1:410

15.380                                                 906 KAR 1:160

16.505 - 16.652                                  105 KAR 1:430

48.010                                               401 KAR 51:001

58.200                                               815 KAR 20:191

61.510 - 61.705                                  105 KAR 1:430

61.645                                                    105 KAR:400

61.701                                                 105 KAR 1:420

61.702                                                 105 KAR 1:420

61.645                                                 105 KAR 1:420

61.870-884                                         807 KAR 5:001

67A.620                                              921 KAR 1:410

78.510 - 78.852                                  105 KAR 1:430

95.620                                                 921 KAR 1:410

95.878                                                 921 KAR 1:410

131.570                                               921 KAR 1:410

141.040                                               306 KAR 1:011

150.010                                               301 KAR 2:300

150.025                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.092                                               301 KAR 2:300

150.170                                               301 KAR 2:300

150.175                                               301 KAR 2:300

                                                            301 KAR 3:022

150.180                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.183                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.240                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.275                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.280                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.290                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.450                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.485                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.520                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.525                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.600                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.603                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.620                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.660                                               301 KAR 3:022

150.720                                               301 KAR 3:022

154.12-100                                         307 KAR 1:005

154.20-033                                         307 KAR 1:005

                                                            307 KAR 8:011

                                                            307 KAR 9:010

154.31                                                 307 KAR 1:005

                                                            307 KAR 4:020

154.32                                                 307 KAR 8:011

154.32-010                                         307 KAR 1:005

154.34-070                                         307 KAR 9:010

154.45-001-154.45-120                      306 KAR 1:011

157.390                                                 16 KAR 2:120

158.645                                               703 KAR 5:225

158.6451                                             703 KAR 5:070

                                                            703 KAR 5:225

158.6453                                             703 KAR 5:070

                                                            703 KAR 5:225

158.6455                                             703 KAR 5:070

                                                            703 KAR 5:225

161.020                                                 16 KAR 2:120

161.028                                                 16 KAR 2:120

161.030                                                 16 KAR 2:120

161.100                                                 16 KAR 2:120

161.700                                               921 KAR 1:410

161.1211                                               16 KAR 2:120

161.1221                                               16 KAR 2:120

164.772                                             201 KAR 22:040

                                                          815 KAR 35:060

186.570                                               921 KAR 1:410

186A.115                                            601 KAR 9:090

186A.500-550                                     601 KAR 9:090

189.010-210                                       601 KAR 9:090

194A.050                                            921 KAR 1:001

194A.060                                            910 KAR 1:190

196                                                      501 KAR 6:130

                                                            501 KAR 6:140

                                                            501 KAR 6:230

                                                            501 KAR 6:270

                                                            501 KAR 6:999

197                                                      501 KAR 6:130

                                                            501 KAR 6:140

                                                            501 KAR 6:230

                                                            501 KAR 6:270

                                                            501 KAR 6:999

205.201                                               910 KAR 1:190

205.203                                               910 KAR 1:190

205.455                                               910 KAR 1:190

205.460                                               910 KAR 1:190

205.465                                               910 KAR 1:190

205.560                                             907 KAR 14:005

205.594                                               921 KAR 1:410

205.595                                               921 KAR 1:410

205.705                                               921 KAR 1:380

205.710-205.800                                921 KAR 1:001

                                                            921 KAR 1:380

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

205.710-205.802                                921 KAR 1:410

205.990                                               921 KAR 1:400

205.992                                               921 KAR 1:380

209A.030                                            910 KAR 1:190

213.046                                               921 KAR 1:380

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

214.610                                             201 KAR 22:040

216B.010                                            900 KAR 6:060

                                                            900 KAR 6:085

                                                            900 KAR 6:090

                                                            900 KAR 6:130

216B.020                                            900 KAR 6:130

216B.040                                            900 KAR 6:130

216B.061                                            900 KAR 6:085

216B.062                                            900 KAR 6:060

216B.085                                            900 KAR 6:090

216B.086                                            900 KAR 6:090

216B.090                                            900 KAR 6:090

216B.095                                            900 KAR 6:090

216B.400                                          201 KAR 20:411

216B.990                                            900 KAR 6:060

                                                            900 KAR 6:085

                                                            900 KAR 6:090

                                                            900 KAR 6:130

216B.0615                                          900 KAR 6:085

217B                                                 302 KAR 27:050

                                                          302 KAR 28:020

                                                          302 KAR 28:050

                                                          302 KAR 29:020

                                                          302 KAR 29:060

217B.190                                          302 KAR 29:050

217B.515                                          302 KAR 29:050

217B.520                                          302 KAR 29:050

217B.525                                          302 KAR 29:050

217B.545                                          302 KAR 29:050

218A.240                                            906 KAR 1:160

218A.435                                          501 KAR 11:011

218A.1446                                          906 KAR 1:160

224.01-010                                         401 KAR 5:055

                                                            401 KAR 5:060

                                                          401 KAR 51:001

224.01-070                                         401 KAR 5:055

224.01-400                                         401 KAR 5:055

                                                            401 KAR 5:060

224.10-100                                       401 KAR 51:017

224.20-100                                       401 KAR 51:001

                                                          401 KAR 51:052

224.20-110                                       401 KAR 51:001

                                                          401 KAR 51:052

224.20-120                                       401 KAR 51:001

                                                          401 KAR 51:052

224.70-100                                         401 KAR 5:055

                                                            401 KAR 5:060

224.70-120                                         401 KAR 5:055

                                                            401 KAR 5:060

224.99-010                                         401 KAR 5:055

                                                            401 KAR 5:060

227.480                                             815 KAR 35:020

227.487                                             815 KAR 35:020

227.491                                             815 KAR 35:020

227A.010                                          815 KAR 35:060

227A.060                                          815 KAR 35:060

227A.100                                          815 KAR 35:060

237.110                                               921 KAR 1:410

247.232                                             302 KAR 16:091

278                                                      807 KAR 5:006

278.010                                               807 KAR 5:011

                                                            807 KAR 5:076

278.020                                               807 KAR 5:001

278.030                                               807 KAR 5:011

                                                            807 KAR 5:076

278.160                                               807 KAR 5:011

                                                            807 KAR 5:076

278.170                                               807 KAR 5:011

278.180                                               807 KAR 5:011

                                                            807 KAR 5:076

278.185                                               807 KAR 5:011

                                                            807 KAR 5:076

278.190                                               807 KAR 5:011

                                                            807 KAR 5:076

278.300                                               807 KAR 5:001

278.310                                               807 KAR 5:076

278.380                                               807 KAR 5:076

281A.120                                          502 KAR 10:120

281A.130                                          502 KAR 10:120

281A.150                                          502 KAR 10:120

281A.160                                          502 KAR 10:120

281A.170                                          502 KAR 10:120

310.005                                               910 KAR 1:190

310.021                                               910 KAR 1:190

310.031                                               910 KAR 1:190

311A.110                                            202 KAR 7:601

311A.115                                            202 KAR 7:601

311A.120                                            202 KAR 7:601

311A.130                                            202 KAR 7:601

314.041                                             201 KAR 20:230

                                                          201 KAR 20:370

314.042                                             201 KAR 20:370

314.051                                             201 KAR 20:230

                                                          201 KAR 20:370

314.071                                             201 KAR 20:230

                                                          201 KAR 20:370

314.073                                             201 KAR 20:230

314.091                                             201 KAR 20:370

314.142                                             201 KAR 20:411

314.470                                             201 KAR 20:411

315.010                                               201 KAR 2:340

315.020                                               201 KAR 2:340

315.035                                               201 KAR 2:340

315.191                                               201 KAR 2:340

318.010                                             815 KAR 20:020

318.015                                             815 KAR 20:020

318.054                                             815 KAR 20:034

318.130                                             815 KAR 20:020

                                                          815 KAR 20:034

318.150                                             815 KAR 20:020

318.160                                             815 KAR 20:191

318.200                                             815 KAR 20:020

319B.010                                          201 KAR 44:090

319B.030                                          201 KAR 44:090

                                                          201 KAR 44:120

319B.040                                          201 KAR 44:400

319B.130                                          201 KAR 44:110

324A.010                                          201 KAR 30:030

324A.030                                          201 KAR 30:030

324A.035                                          201 KAR 30:030

                                                          201 KAR 30:125

                                                          201 KAR 30:180

                                                          201 KAR 30:190

324A.040                                          201 KAR 30:030

                                                          201 KAR 30:190

324A.045                                          201 KAR 30:125

324A.052                                          201 KAR 30:030

327.010                                             201 KAR 22:001

                                                          201 KAR 22:045

327.040                                             201 KAR 22:053

327.050                                             201 KAR 22:040

327.070                                             201 KAR 22:040

                                                          201 KAR 22:045

                                                          201 KAR 22:053

334A.030                                              16 KAR 2:120

334A.033                                              16 KAR 2:120

334A.035                                              16 KAR 2:120

334A.050                                              16 KAR 2:120

334A.060                                              16 KAR 2:120

339.230                                             815 KAR 35:060

367.83801                                             40 KAR 2:330

367.83805                                             40 KAR 2:330

367.83807                                             40 KAR 2:330

403.160                                               921 KAR 1:400

403.210-403.240                                921 KAR 1:001

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

403.211                                               921 KAR 1:380

403.211-403.215                                921 KAR 1:410

405.060                                               921 KAR 1:410

405.405-405.991                                921 KAR 1:410

405.430                                               921 KAR 1:380

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

405.440                                               921 KAR 1:001

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

405.467                                               921 KAR 1:380

405.520                                               921 KAR 1:001

                                                            921 KAR 1:380

405.991                                               921 KAR 1:400

406.021                                               921 KAR 1:380

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

406.025                                               921 KAR 1:380

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

407.5101-407.5902                            921 KAR 1:001

                                                            921 KAR 1:380

                                                            921 KAR 1:410

421.500-421-550                              201 KAR 20:411

427.120                                               921 KAR 1:410

427.125                                               921 KAR 1:410

439                                                      501 KAR 6:130

                                                            501 KAR 6:140

                                                            501 KAR 6:230

                                                            501 KAR 6:270

                                                            501 KAR 6:999

454.220                                               921 KAR 1:400

610.170                                               921 KAR 1:380

29 C.F.R.                                          815 KAR 35:060

31 C.F.R.                                            921 KAR 1:410

33 C.F.R.                                            401 KAR 5:055

40 C.F.R.                                            401 KAR 5:055

                                                            401 KAR 5:060

                                                          401 KAR 51:001

                                                          401 KAR 51:017

                                                          401 KAR 51:052

45 C.F.R.                                            921 KAR 1:001

                                                            921 KAR 1:380

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

                                                            921 KAR 1:410

49 C.F.R.                                          502 KAR 10:120

                                                            807 KAR 5:006

7 U.S.C.                                            302 KAR 27:050

                                                          302 KAR 28:050

                                                          302 KAR 29:060

12 U.S.C.                                          201 KAR 30:125

                                                          201 KAR 30:190

15 U.S.C.                                            921 KAR 1:410

20 U.S.C.                                            703 KAR 5:225

26 U.S.C.                                            105 KAR 1:430

                                                            306 KAR 1:011

33 U.S.C.                                            401 KAR 5:055

                                                            401 KAR 5:060

42 U.S.C.                                            401 KAR 5:055

                                                            401 KAR 5:060

                                                          401 KAR 51:001

                                                          401 KAR 51:017

                                                          401 KAR 51:052

                                                            910 KAR 1:190

                                                            921 KAR 1:001

                                                            921 KAR 1:380

                                                            921 KAR 1:400

                                                            921 KAR 1:410

49 U.S.C.                                          502 KAR 10:120

                                                            807 KAR 5:006

Pub.L.110-245                                    105 KAR 1:430

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 


TECHNICAL AMENDMENT INDEX

 

The Technical Amendment Index is a list of administrative regulations which have had technical, nonsubstantive amendments entered since being published in the 2010 bound Volumes. These technical changes have been made by the Regulations Compiler pursuant to KRS 13A.040(9) and (10) or 13A.312(2). Since these changes were not substantive in nature, administrative regulations appearing in this index will NOT be published in the Administrative Register.  NOTE: Finalized copies of the technically amended administrative regulations are available for viewing on the Legislative Research Commission Web site at http://www.lrc.ky.gov/home.htm.

 

Regulation                                                     Effective

Number                                                              Date

 


 

921 KAR 2:270                                          7/5/2012

922 KAR 1:430                                          7/5/2012

 

 

 

 


 


SUBJECT INDEX

 


 

AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF

Agriculture Pest Control

      Certification; 302 KAR 27:050

Amusement Rides

      Rides and attractions not included in the definition of amusement ride or attraction; 302 KAR 16:091

Ornamental Turf Lawn and Interior Plantscape Pest Control

      Certification; 302 KAR 28:050

      General provisions; 302 KAR 28:020

Structural Pest Control

      Certification; 302 KAR 29:060

      Commercial structural pest control and fumigation; 302 KAR 29:050

      General provisions; 302 KAR 29:020

 

AIR QUALITY, DIVISION OF

Attainment and Maintenance of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards

      Definitions for 401 KAR Chapter 51; 401 KAR 51:001

      Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality; 401 KAR 51:017

      Review of new sources in or impacting upon nonattainment areas; 401 KAR 51:052

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, CABINET FOR

Economic Development Finance Authority

      Applications for Kentucky Incentive Program; 307 KAR 1:005

      Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act; 307 KAR 4:020

      Repeal of 306 KAR 1:010, 1:020, 1:030, 1:040, 1:050, 1:060, 1:070 and 1:090; 306 KAR 1:011

Kentucky Business Investment Program

      Repeal of 307 KAR 8:010; 307 KAR 8:011

Kentucky Reinvestment Act

      Application for Kentucky Reinvestment Act Program; 307 KAR 9:010

 

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF

Assessment and Accountability

      Accountability Definitions and Procedures; 703 KAR 5:240

      Procedures for the inclusion of special populations in the state-required assessment and accountability programs; 703 KAR 5:070

      Repeal of 703 KAR 5:001, 020, 040, 050, 060, 130 and 160; 703 KAR 5:002

      School and district accountability, recognition, support, and consequences; 703 KAR 5:225

General Administration

      School health services; 702 KAR 1:160

Kindergartens and Nursery Schools

      Common Kindergarten entry screener; 704 KAR 5:070

Office of Instruction

      Commonwealth Diploma Program; 704 KAR 3:340

 

EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT CABINET

Education, Department of; Titles 702-704 KAR (See Education, Department of)

 

EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS BOARD

Teaching Certificates

      Emergency certification and out-of-field teaching; 16 KAR 2:120

 

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT CABINET

Environmental Protection, Department of

      Air Quality, Division of (See Air Quality, Division of; 401 KAR Chapter 51)

Public Service Commission

Utilities

      Alternative rate adjustment procedure for small utilities; 807 KAR 5:076

      General Rules; 807 KAR 5:006

      Rules of procedure; 807 KAR 5:001

      Tariffs; 807 KAR 5:011

      Water, Division of (See Water Quality, Division of, 401 KAR Chapter 5)

 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF

      Air Quality, Division of (See Air Quality, Division of; 401 KAR Chapter 51)

 

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CABINET

Kentucky Retirement Systems (See Kentucky Retirement Systems, KAR Title 105)

 

FISH AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF

Fish

      Taking of fish by nontraditional fishing methods; 301 KAR 1:410

Game

      Black bear; 301 KAR 2:300

      Importation of game birds; 301 KAR 2:084

      Shooting areas, dog training areas, commercial foxhound training enclosures; and bobwhite shoot-to-train; 301 KAR 2:041

      Small game and furbearer hunting and trapping on public areas; 301 KAR 2:049

      Transportation and holding of live exotic wildlife; 301 KAR 2:082

      Transportation and holding of live native wildlife; 301 KAR 2:081

Hunting and Fishing

      License, tag, and permit fees; 301 KAR 3:022

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT CABINET

Agriculture, Department of (See Agriculture, Department of; KAR Title 302 KAR)

Dentistry; Board of

      Licensure of dental hygienists; 201 KAR 8:562

Kentucky Real Estate Appraisers Board (See Kentucky Real Estate Appraisers Board, 201 KAR Chapter 30)

Marriage and Family Therapists, Board of

      Supervision of marriage and family therapist associates; 201 KAR 32:035

Military Affairs; Department of

      Military Assistance Trust Funds

            National Guard adoption benefit program; 106 KAR 2:030

Nursing, Board of

      Applications for licensure; 201 KAR 20:370

      Alternative program; 201 KAR 20:450

      Renewal; 201 KAR 20:230

      Sexual assault nurse examiner program standards and credential requirements; 201 KAR 20:411

      Voluntary relinquishment of a license or credential; 201 KAR 20:510

Ophthalmic Dispensers; Board of

      Licensing; application; examination; experience; renewal; and inactive status; 201 KAR 13:040

Pharmacy, Board of

      Special pharmacy permit for clinical practice; 201 KAR 2:340

Physical Therapy, Board of (See Physical Therapy, Board of; 201 KAR Chapter 22)

Professional engineers and land surveyors, Board of Licensure for

      Fees; 201 KAR 18:040

Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Pedorthics; Board of

      Inactive status; 201 KAR 44:100

      Licensure by endorsement; 201 KAR 44:110

      Post residency registration; 201 KAR 44:120

      Requirements for licensure as an orthotist, prosthetist, orthotist-prosthetist, pedorthist, or orthotic fitter on or after January 1, 2013; 201 KAR 44:090

 

HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES, CABINET FOR

Aging and Independent Living, Department for

      Aging Services

      Nutrition program for older persons; 910 KAR 1:190

Certificate of Need

      Certificate of Need criteria for physician exemption; 900 KAR 6:130

      Certificate of Need filing, hearing, and show cause hearing; 900 KAR 6:090

      Implementation of outstanding Certificate of Need when ownership has changed; 900 KAR 6:085

      Timetable for submission of Certificate of Need applications; 900 KAR 6:060

Data Reporting and Public Use Data Sets

      Data reporting by health care providers; 900 KAR 7:030

Kentucky Health Information

      Kentucky health information exchange participation; 900 KAR 9:010

Income Support; Department for

      Child support collection and enforcement; 921 KAR 1:410

      Child support enforcement program application and inter governmental process; 921 KAR 1:380

      Definitions; 921 KAR 1:001

      Establishment, review, and modification of child support and medical support orders; 921 KAR 1:400

Inspector General; Office of

      Monitoring system for products containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine; 906 KAR 1:160

Medicaid Services; Department for

      Health care-acquired conditions and other provider preventable conditions; 907 KAR 14:005

 

HOUSING, BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION, DEPARTMENT OF

Building Code Enforcement, Division of; 815 KAR Chapters 4-8 (See Building Code Enforcement, Division of)

Electrical

 

      Licensing of electrical contractors, electricians, and master electricians pursuant to KRS 227A.060; 815 KAR 35:060

Plumbing

      Joints and connections; 815 KAR 20:100

      Minimum fixture requirements; 815 KAR 20:191

      Parts or materials list; 815 KAR 20:020

      Requirements for approval of continuing education courses and providers; 815 KAR 20:034

 

INSURANCE, DEPARTMENT OF

Authorization of Insurers and General Requirements

      Risk-based capital for insurers; 806 KAR 3:190

 

JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY CABINET

Kentucky State Police; Department of; 502 KAR Chapter 11 (See Kentucky State Police; Department of)

Asset Forfeiture

      Repeal 501 KAR 11:010; 501 KAR 11:011

Office of the Secretary

      Bell County Forestry Camp; 501 KAR 6:140

      Corrections policies and procedures; 501 KAR 6:020

      Corrections secured policies and procedures; 501 KAR 6:999

      Little Sandy Correctional Complex; 501 KAR 6:230

      Luther Luckett Correctional Complex; 501 KAR 6:050

      Probation and parole policies and procedures; 501 KAR 6:280

      Probation and parole policies and procedures; 501 KAR 6:270

      Procedures for recommendation of early termination of probation and review of compliance of supervised individuals; 501 KAR 6:260

      Roederer Correctional Complex; 501 KAR 6:110

      Western Kentucky Correctional Complex; 501 KAR 6:130

 

KENTUCKY COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM

Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services

      Training, education, and continuing education; 202 KAR 7:601

 

KENTUCKY HIGHER EDUCATION ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY

Division of Student and Administrative Services

      Kentucky Loan Program; 11 KAR 3:100

 

KENTUCKY HORSE RACING COMMISSION

Harness

      Disciplinary measures and penalties; 811 KAR 1:095

      Drug, medication, and substance classification schedule and withdrawal guidelines; 811 KAR 1:093

      Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices; 811 KAR 1:090

Quarter Horse, Appaloosa, and Arabian Racing

      Disciplinary measures and penalties; 811 KAR 2:100

      Drug, medication, and substance classification schedule and withdrawal guidelines; 811 KAR 2:093

      Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices; 811 KAR 2:096

Thoroughbred Racing

      Disciplinary measures and penalties; 810 KAR 1:028

      Drug, medication, and substance classification schedule and withdrawal guidelines; 810 KAR 1:040

      Medication; testing procedures; prohibited practices; 810 KAR 1:018

 

KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS BOARD

      Continuing education for appraisers; 201 KAR 30:125

      Distance education standards; 201 KAR 30:180

      Educational requirements for certification; 201 KAR 30:190

      Types of appraisers required in federally-related transactions; certification and licensure; 201 KAR 30:030

 

KENTUCKY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS

General Rules

      401(h) account established under 26 USC 401(h); 105 KAR 1:420

      Federal taxation limitation year; 105 KAR 1:400

      General compliance with federal tax laws; 105 KAR 1:430

 

KENTUCKY STATE POLICE; DEPARTMENT OF

Driver Training

      Hazardous materials endorsement requirements; 502 KAR 10:120

 

LABOR CABINET

Workplace Standards, Department of; 803 Chapter 2 (See Workplace Standards, Department of)

 

NATURAL RESOURCES; DEPARTMENT FOR

Bond and Insurance Requirements

      General bonding provisions; 405 KAR 10:015

      General requirements for liability insurance; 405 KAR 10:030

      Repeal of 405 KAR 10:010 and 10:020; 405 KAR 10:011E

Performance Standards for Surface Mining Activities

      Contemporaneous reclamation; 405 KAR 16:020

 

OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

Division of Consumer Protection

      Mold remediation; 40 KAR 2:330

 

 

PHYSICAL THERAPY, BOARD OF

      Code of ethical standards and standards of practice for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants; 201 KAR 45:053

      Continued competency requirements and procedures; 201 KAR 22:045

      Definitions for 201 KAR Chapter 22; 201 KAR 22:001

      Procedure for renewal or reinstatement of a credential for a physical therapist or a physical therapist assistant; 201 KAR 22:040

 

PUBLIC PROTECTION CABINET

Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of

      Entertainment destination center license; 804 KAR 4:370

Housing, Buildings, and Construction, Department of 815 KAR Chapter 25 (Housing, Buildings, and Construction, Department of)

Insurance, Department of; Title 806 Chapters 2, 14-17(See Insurance, Department of)

Kentucky Horse Racing Commission; KAR Titles 810 and 811(See Kentucky Horse Racing Commission)

 

REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF

Sales and Use Tax; Administration and Accounting

      Disaster area relief sales and use tax refunds; 103 KAR 31:170

 

TRANSPORTATION CABINET

Motor Carriers; Division of

      Overweight or over dimensional farm equipment; 601 KAR 1:019

      Special overweight or overdimensional motor vehicle load permits; 601 KAR 1:018

Motor Vehicle Tax

      Procedures for inspecting vehicles; 601 KAR 9:090

 

TOURISM, ARTS AND HERITAGE CABINET

Fish and Wildlife Resources, Title 301 Chapters 1-4 (See Fish and Wildlife Resources)

Parks; Department of

      Campgrounds; 304 KAR 1:040

      Kentucky Proud Promotion Program; 304 KAR 1:080

 

WATER, DIVISION OF

      KPDES application requirements; 401 KAR 5:060

      Scope and applicability of the KPDES Program; 401 KAR 5:055

 

WORKPLACE STANDARDS, DEPARTMENT OF

Occupational Safety and Health

      Adoption of 29 C.F.R. Part 1926.250-252; 803 KAR 2:407

      Commercial diving operations; 803 KAR 2:319

      Fire protection and prevention; 803 KAR 2:405

      General; 803 KAR 2:300

      General environmental controls; 803 KAR 2:309

      Hazardous materials; 803 KAR 2:307

      Maritime employment; 803 KAR 2:500

      Materials handling and storage; 803 KAR 2:313

      Occupational health and environmental controls; 803 KAR 2:403

      Special industries; 803 KAR 2:317

      Toxic and hazardous substances; 803 KAR 2:320 and 2:425

      Welding, cutting, and brazing; 803 KAR 2:316