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Abortion,
performance of in relation to fetal heartbeat detection - HB 132
ultrasound requirements - HB 575
Alcoholic beverages, consumption by passengers on waterways - SB 218
Automated business record falsification devices or zappers, possession prohibited - HB 69
Bees and hives, inclusion in livestock and poultry disease control disposal protocols - SB 179
Booking photograph, use for commercial purpose with removal fee, prohibition - HB 51
Cannabidiol, use and possession of - SB 124
Capital sentencing system, omnibus revisions to - SB 202
Caregiver affidavit, authority to make health and school decisions for children - SB 176
Child pornography, inclusion as sex crime - HB 343: SCS
Controlled substances, penalties and protocols relating to - SB 5; SB 5: HCS
Correctional facilities, payments, processes, and prohibitions relating to - HB 343
Criminal records expungement, exclusion from public record - SB 107
Cruelty to animals, indolent in fighting activities - HB 408
Death penalty, replace with life imprisonment without parole - SB 77; HB 330
Department of Corrections, expansion of Farm Operations Program - HB 358; HB 358: HCS
Dogs and cats, torture and neglect - HB 409
DUI,
admissibility of controlled substance testing - HB 524
penalties imposed - HB 34
per se level reduced from 0.08 to 0.05 - HB 14
Electric shock drowning prevention, marina requirements and penalties for - HB 107
Emergency
overtime, direct Personnel Cabinet to promulgate administrative regulations on - HJR 188
overtime, require Secretary of Personnel to promulgate administrative regulations on - HB 577
Employment leave for crime victims, creation of and requirements for - HB 242
Expungement
and criminal records, eligibility, process, standards, and protections - HB 64: HCS (1)
and criminal records; eligibility, process, standards, and protections - HB 64; HB 64: HCS (2)
of records, criminal history - SB 145
Firearms, federal laws and rules, invalidate - HB 429
Gross misdemeanant, creation of - HB 537
Harassing communications, expansion of crime, and means of communication - HB 412
HB 408 - HB 408: HCS
Heroin trafficking, penalties and release authority relating to - SB 11
Heroin, trafficking in - HB 100
Inmates, transfers to secure health facilities for treatment of specified conditions - HB 382
Kentucky Department of Education, compilation of required reports - HB 473
Landscape architects, licensure and regulation of - HB 314
Manslaughter, inclusion of criminal abuse within scope of offense - HB 168
Medical
cannabis, authorization and regulation of - HB 350
parole, prisoners with substantial or chronic conditions, provision for - HB 397; HB 397: HCS
Medication- induced abortion, prior physical examination required - HB 163
Medication-induced abortion, prior physical examination required - HB 163
Non-consensual pornography, distribution of - HB 130
Orders for parole, victim request for review by Governor - HB 55
Overdoses, Good Samaritan immunity for reporting of - SB 62
Pardon Board, proposed creation of - SB 156
Patent infringement, bad-faith claims of - SB 116
Persistent offenders, life without parole - HB 50
Possession of controlled substances, mandatory drug treatment and community service - HB 49
Probation
and parole officer supervision levels, establishment of maximum number of supervisees - HB 32
for public employee or officer convicted of corruption, prohibit - HB 210
Protective orders, stalking - HB 501
Public transportation, offenses against user or operator of - HB 25
Racial impact statement, legislation, preparation for - SB 240
Restraining
order, victim of sex offense - SB 234: SCS
order, victim of sex offense, violation of - SB 234
shock probation, prohibit, DUI death - HB 347
Strangulation,
establish offense of - SB 233
offense of - HB 269
synthetic drugs, increase penalties for possession and trafficking of - HB 495
Trespass, simplified remedy for elderly and vulnerable - HB 65
Voyeurism, undergarments not publicly visible - SB 225
Vulnerable users of a public roadway, penalties for serious physical injury or death of - HB 156

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