SB 33 (BR 409) - C. Borders, T. Buford, P. Herron Jr, V. McGaha, R. Roeding, E. Tori, J. Westwood
AN ACT relating to state holidays.
Amend KRS 18A.190 to declare Veterans Day as an observed state holiday and delete the second observed day off for New Years.
SB 33 - AMENDMENTS
HFA (1/FN, J. Barrows) - Reinstate the mandatory extra day observed in conjunction with the first day of January.
HFA (2, M. Long) - Allow each state employee the option of one day off on either Veterans' Day or on the second observed day for New Years, with state offices to be open both days.
HFA (3, J. Barrows) - Reinstate the mandatory extra day observed in conjunction with the first day of January; make technical corrections.
HFA (4, E. Ballard) - Make technical correction.
HFA (5, J. Vincent) - Restore the extra day at New Years and delete Presidents' Day.
HFA (6, J. Barrows) - Delete entire provisions in the bill and direct the Department of Personnel to conduct a study of state employees and propose recommendations of potential additions or changes to statutory holidays; require the Department of Personnel to report to the Interim Joint Committee on State Government no later than its November 1998 interim meeting on the recommendations.
(Prefiled by the sponsor(s).)
Jan 6-introduced in Senate; to State and Local Government (S)
Jan 15-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar
Jan 16-2nd reading, to Rules
Jan 21-posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for January 22, 1998
Jan 22-3rd reading, passed 37-0
Jan 23-received in House
Jan 26-to State Government (H)
Feb 27-posted in committee
Mar 3-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
Mar 4-2nd reading, to Rules
Mar 10-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for March 11, 1998; floor amendment (1) filed
Mar 12-floor amendments (2) (3) and (4) filed
Mar 13-floor amendment (5) filed
Mar 25-floor amendment (6) filed
Apr 1-3rd reading; floor amendment (3) defeated; passed 95-0 with floor amendments (4) and (5); received in Senate; posted for passage for concurrence in House amendments on April 1, 1998; Senate concurred in House floor amendments (4) and (5); passed 34-0
Apr 2-enrolled, signed by each presiding officer, delivered to Governor
Apr 14-signed by Governor