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9/11 First Responders Day - HB 320
Amelioration costs for local government code violations, lien for - HB 47
Blue lights on jail vehicles, requirement for fiscal court approval - HB 41: HCS
Coal ash impoundments, emergency action plans, requirements for - HB 237
Create a Task Force to study feasibility of election of public service commissioners - HCR 124
Death, discovery of, duty to report - HB 351
Digging, declare April "Safe Digging Awareness Month" - HR 131
Electrical inspection of marinas - HB 481
Electrician and master electricians, minors, requirements for - HB 247: SCS
Emergency medical services, omnibus chapter revisions - HB 296
Felony conduct, duty to report - HB 351
Fireworks,
broaden sales, use, and possession of - HB 333
usage of, make requirement for - HB 333: HFA (1)
Hazardous
substance release, notification - HB 458
substance release, recovery and cleanup - HB 458: HCS
Justice and Public Safety Cabinet, secretary, election of - SB 151: HFA (2)
Mentally ill, release of, notice - HB 408
Nuisances, lien priority - HB 47
Office of Homeland Security 911 funding information, requirements for - SB 119: SCS
Peace
Officer Professional Standards, certification after break in employment - HB 272
Officer Professional Standards, recertification of retirees returning to work - HB 272
Postseason elk quota hunt, require department to conduct - HB 348
Products containing bisphenol-A, prohibition on - HB 223
Release of large species by state agencies, local approval required for - HB 353
Smoking in enclosed public places and enclosed places of employment, prohibition of - HB 193; HB 193: HFA (1),(2)
State death benefits, emergency responders in ambulances, eligiblity - SB 97
Storage of spent nuclear fuel under U.S. government authorization - SB 34
Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976, recommended amendments, resolution for - HCR 89
Underground
facility damage prevention - HB 426
petroleum storage tanks, contractors for removal or repair of - HB 22
Vehicles, yielding of right-of-way to - HB 289

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