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SB 3/LM/CI (BR 90) - R. Stivers II

     AN ACT relating to drugs.
     Amend KRS 217.015 to include drugs containing non-liquid ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine within the definition of a legend drug; amend KRS 217.182 to limit the amount of ephedrine-based, pseudoephedrine-based, or phenylpropanolamine-based legend drugs available without a prescription to 15 grams per year and 3.6 grams per month; amend KRS 218A.1446 to require the use of the electronic sales logging system, to require the system to block sales to certain purchasers, and to require annual statistical reporting; create a new section of KRS Chapter 218A to prohibit sales of ephedrine-based products to certain drug offenders.

SB 3 - AMENDMENTS


     SCA (1, T. Jensen) - Amend to raise the monthly dispensing limit to 7.5 grams if the dispensing is done pursuant to a prescription.
     SFA (1, J. Rhoads) - Amend to increase the allowable dispensing limits where there is no prescription to 36 grams per year and 7.5 grams per month.
     SFA (2, J. Rhoads) - Amend provision relating to the pseudoephedrine block list to replace the provision placing all drug offenders on the list with a provision placing all methamphetamine offenders on the list.
     SFA (3, J. Denton) - Amend to limit applicability of the pseudoephedrine block list restrictions to persons convicted of methamphetamine related offenses instead of any drug offense.
     SFA (4, J. Rhoads) - Amend to increase the allowable dispensing limits where there is no prescription to 24 grams per year and 7.2 grams per month and to allow those limits to be exceeded by prescription.
     HCS/LM/CI - Amend to remove legend drug status, to limit block list application to methamphetamine offenders, and to provide for limited block list retroactivity.
     HFA (1, J. Fischer) - Amend to insert a new section of KRS Chapter 217 to prohibit a person, employer, or insurer from being compelled to provide, pay for, reimburse, or provide any drug to which they may object due to a sincerely held religious or moral belief.
     HFA (2, J. Fischer) - Amend to insert a new section of KRS Chapter 218A to prohibit a person, employer, or insurer from being compelled to provide, pay for, reimburse, or provide any drug to which they may object due to a sincerely held religious or moral belief.
     HFA (3, D. Floyd) - Amend to provide that a pharmacy technician may only sell the identified substances upon the direction of a registered pharmacist or pharmacy intern.
     HFA (4, B. Yonts) - Make technical corrections.
     HFA (5, B. Yonts) - Amend to remove the requirement that medication dispensed by prescription be subject to the electronic log keeping requirement.
     HFA (6, S. Overly) - Retain original provisions; amend KRS 529.010, relating to prostitution and human trafficking, to add definitions for "human trafficking victims fund," "minor," and "victim of human trafficking"; create new sections of KRS Chapter 529 to create offenses for patronizing prostitution and patronizing a minor victim of human trafficking and provide penalties; create a new section of KRS Chapter 529 to create a fee for patronizing a minor victim of human trafficking; create a new section of KRS Chapter 529 to create a human trafficking victims fund; create a new section of KRS Chapter 529 to require asset forfeiture for human trafficking offenders; amend KRS 516.030, relating to forgery in the second degree, to include coercing another person to make or obtain a false instrument in the commission of human trafficking; create a new section of KRS Chapter 16 to require the Department of Kentucky State Police to designate a unit to receive and investigate human trafficking complaints; amend KRS 15.334 relating to police training to require training in recognizing and investigating human trafficking and assisting the victims thereof; amend KRS 15.718 to require training in human trafficking for prosecutors; amend KRS 421.500, relating to victims services, to include victims of human trafficking; amend KRS 421.570, relating to victim advocates, to include training on human trafficking; amend KRS 431.600, relating to multidisciplinary team coordination of child sexual abuse investigations and prosecutions to include human trafficking victims advocates; create a new section of KRS Chapter 336 to require the Labor Cabinet to report incidents of human trafficking; amend KRS 337.385, relating to unpaid wages and damages, to require punitive damages when an employee is subjected to forced labor or services; amend KRS 413.249, relating to civil actions relating to childhood sexual abuse or childhood sexual assault, to provide an increased statute of limitations for child victims of human trafficking; amend KRS 431.082 to provide a cause of action for victims of human trafficking; amend KRS 17.500 to require persons convicted of patronizing a minor to register as sex offenders; APPROPRIATION.
     HFA (7/Title, S. Overly) - Make title amendment.

     Feb 28-introduced in Senate; taken from Committee on Committees (S); 1st reading; returned to Committee on Committees (S)
     Feb 29-taken from Committee on Committees (S); 2nd reading; returned to Committee on Committees (S); to Judiciary (S)
     Mar 1-reported favorably, to Rules with committee amendment (1) ; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 1, 2012; passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day; floor amendments (1) (2) (3) and (4) filed
     Mar 2-3rd reading; floor amendments (1) and (2) withdrawn ; floor amendment (3) defeated ; passed 25-11 with committee amendment (1), floor amendment (4)
     Mar 5-received in House
     Mar 7-to Judiciary (H)
     Mar 12-posting waived; posted in committee
     Mar 20-floor amendments (1) and (2) filed to Committee Substitute ; reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
     Mar 21-2nd reading, to Rules; floor amendment (3) filed to Committee Substitute
     Mar 22-floor amendment (4) filed to Committee Substitute
     Mar 27-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for; floor amendments (5) and (6) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendment (7-title) filed
     Mar 28-3rd reading; floor amendment (3) defeated ; floor amendment (2) ruled not germane ; 3rd reading, passed 60-36 with Committee Substitute, floor amendments (4) and (5)
     Mar 29-received in Senate
     Mar 30-posted for passage for concurrence in House Committee Substitute, floor amendments (4) and (5) ; Senate concurred in House Committee Substitute, floor amendments (4) and (5) ; passed 29-8; enrolled, signed by each presiding officer; delivered to Governor
     Apr 11-signed by Governor (Acts ch. 122)

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