This search option will search the Kentucky Administrative Regulations, the Kentucky Constitution, all legislative sessions from 1986 to present, all web pages, MSWord (*.doc) and pdf files excluding the Kentucky Revised Statutes for the search phrase.
This search option will search only the Kentucky Administrative Regulations for the search phrase.
This search option will search only the Kentucky Revised Statutes for the search phrase.
This search option will search only the Kentucky Constitution for the search phrase.
This search option will search the legislative record from 1986 to present.
The current sessionis selected by default. The
All Sessionsoption will search across all sessions from 1986 to present for the specific phrase. The option is available to select a single session e.g. Regular Session 2013 or multiple sessions to search for the phrase. Please click to select a session and a check mark will be displayed on the right indicating that the session is selected. Clicking the session will select and unselect a session.
This search option will search for a specific bill based on the session selected, bill type and bill number e.g. HB 2 for legislative session 2013. If the prefiled bills option is available, all prefilled bills will be displayed in the dropdown in an ascending order.
This search option will search for phrases within the meeting minutes of various legislative committees.
The Search results will be displayed on the right. A hide an preview button located at the top left hand corner will hide and display the file preview window. To view the file in a separate tab, click on the "hide preview" button. Pagination is provided to step through the results. Every page contains a maximum of a hundred rows. The maximum number of rows of data is limited to five thousand for a search.
Finds a list of words or phases
banana pear "apple pie"
"apple pie" -salad +"ice cream"
Finds a single phrase (quotation marks are optional)
Finds a structured group of words or phrases linked by and, or not, w/.
tart apple pie the entire phrase must be present
apple pie and pear tart both phrases must be present
apple pie or pear tart either phrase must be present
apple pie and not pear tart- only apple pie must be present
apple w/5 pear apple must occur within 5 words of pear
apple not w/27 pear- apple must not occur within 27 words of pear
subject contains apple pie finds apple pie in a subject field
apple and pear or orange juicecould mean (apple and pear) or orange, or it could mean apple and (pear or orange)