06RS SB171

SB171

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SB 171/LM (BR 1538) - J. Denton

     AN ACT relating to public safety.
     Create a new section of KRS Chapter 11 to require the Commonwealth Office of Technology, to the extent money is available, to establish a statewide planning and mapping system for public buildings; specify what the planning and mapping system is to include; require state agencies and political subdivisions to participate in the mapping system, and to provide specified information for inclusion in the system; require the Commonwealth Office of Technology to seek federal funds for the mapping system, to distribute grants to state agencies and political subdivisions, and empower the agency to accept gifts, grants, and contributions; create annual reporting requirements to give an overview of the system.

SB 171 - AMENDMENTS


     HCS/LM - Retain existing provisions and amend KRS 189.125 to add a requirement that a child of specified age, weight, and height be secured in a child booster seat that meets federal requirements; permit a police officer to issue a citation for not wearing a seatbelt and prohibit this violation from becoming part of a person's driving history record; prohibit any local ordinance from superseding the requirements; amend KRS 189.515 to require that a person age 16 and older wear protective headgear when operating an ATV on public property; require a person under age 16 operating or riding in an ATV to wear protective headgear at all times; amend KRS 189.990 to specify that a violation of the seatbelt requirements may be pre-paid and not subject to court costs; amend KRS 431.452 to conform; create a new section of KRS Chapter 189 to prohibit law enforcement roadblocks for the sole purpose of checking for violations of KRS 189.125; require the Transportation Cabinet to erect signs at border crossings and on interstate highways notifying about seat belt use requirements; require that law enforcement officers issue courtesy warnings rather than citations between the effective date of the Act and January 1, 2007.

     HFA (1/P, M. Cherry) - Attach the provisions of SB 152/GA.

     HFA (2/Title, M. Cherry) - Make title amendment.

     HFA (3/P, C. Meade) - Attach the provisions of HB 30.

     HFA (4/P, G. Lynn) - Attaches the provisions of HB 343/GA.

     HFA (5/P, J. Fischer) - Attach the provisions of HB 489 with the exception of the whereas clauses.

     HFA (6/P, R. Weston) - Attach provisions of HB 666.

     HFA (7/P, J. Fischer) - Attach the provisions of HB 489.

     Feb 8-introduced in Senate
     Feb 10-to State and Local Government (S)
     Mar 1-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar
     Mar 2-2nd reading, to Rules
     Mar 6-posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Tuesday, March 7, 2006
     Mar 7-3rd reading, passed 38-0; received in House
     Mar 9-to State Government (H)
     Mar 13-posting waived
     Mar 14-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
     Mar 15-2nd reading, to Rules
     Mar 16-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, March 17, 2006
     Mar 23-floor amendments (1) and (2-title) filed
     Mar 24-taken from the Regular Orders of the Day; recommitted to Health and Welfare (H); posting waived; reported favorably, to Rules with Committee Substitute ; floor amendments (6) and (7) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendments (3) (4) and (5) filed
     Apr 11-3rd reading, passed 94-2 with floor amendments (1) and (2-title)
     Apr 12-received in Senate; posted for passage for concurrence in House floor amendments (1) and (2-title) ; Senate concurred in House floor amendments (1) and (2-title) ; passed 32-1; enrolled, signed by each presiding officer; delivered to Governor
     Apr 22-signed by Governor (Acts ch. 223)

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