06RS HB133


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HB 133 (BR 886) - J. Jenkins, K. Bratcher, S. Brinkman, Dw. Butler, L. Clark, J. Comer Jr, C. Embry Jr, D. Horlander, D. Keene, T. Kerr, G. Lynn, C. Miller, R. Nelson, D. Owens, J. Richards, T. Riner, C. Siler, J. Wayne, M. Weaver, B. Yonts

     AN ACT relating to public employees.
     Amend KRS 161.155 to provide that there shall be no loss of income or benefits to a teacher or school employee for work time lost because of personal injury incurred by the teacher or employee as the result of an assault while in the performance of assigned duties for a period of one year subsequent to the assault; amend KRS 156.026, 161.157, l61.623 to conform.


     HCS - Amend KRS 161.155 to define "assault" as an act that intentionally causes injury so significant that the victim is determined to be, by certification of a physician or surgeon, incapable of performing the duties of his or her job; require a school district to coordinate among the income and benefits from workers' compensation, temporary disability retirement, and district payroll and benefits so there is no loss of income or benefits to a teacher or employee for work time lost because of an assault while performing the teacher's or employee's assigned duties for a period of up to 1 year after the assault; amend various statutes to conform.

     HFA (1, K. Bratcher) - Amend KRS 156.502 to require a parent to administer medication to his or her child when prescribed by a physician to help control assaultive, disruptive, or irrational behavior; prohibit students from attending school when they do not take their prescriptions.

     (Prefiled by the sponsor(s).)

     Jan 3-introduced in House; to Education (H)
     Jan 30-posted in committee
     Feb 15-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
     Feb 16-2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, February 17, 2006
     Feb 21-floor amendment (1) filed to Committee Substitute
     Feb 22-3rd reading; floor amendment (1) ruled not germane ; passed 99-0 with Committee Substitute
     Feb 23-received in Senate
     Feb 27-to Education (S)

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