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"Pension spiking," costs less than $2,500 not billed to employers - HB 116
Campaign reports, single threshold, establishment of - HB 203
Elected officials, filing deadline change for - HB 158
of statewide constitutional officers, change to even-numbered year - SB 93
of statewide constitutional offices, change to even-numbered year - HB 46
Expungement and criminal records, eligibility, process, standards, and protections - HB 40
Gender-neutral language, insert - SB 164
Jailer, office of, consolidated with sheriff - HB 151
Jailers, salaries - SB 184
and legislative compensation, setting of - HB 469; HB 469: HFA (1)
Form Retirement System, housekeeping bill - HB 353
Retirement Systems, exemptions for volunteer service on retired reemployed requirements - HB 488
Retirement Systems, limitation on creditable compensation growth - SB 157; HB 444
Legislators, election to discontinue or not participate in LRP or KERS for service to Gen. Assembly - HB 495
Local knife ordinances and restrictions, limits on - SB 146
Offender employment and licensure, requirements applying to - SB 18
Officers with duties coextensive with the state, salary resulting from change in county population - HB 137
Personnel, firearms controls in course of official duties - HB 278
Prepared student remarks, viewpoint-neutral review of - SB 71: SFA (1)
Property valuation administrators, salary resulting from change in county population - HB 137: HCS
pension funds, disclosure of placement agents - SB 22
Pension Oversight Board, oversight of additional state-administered retirement systems - HB 47
Reemployment after retirement, prearranged agreements for elected officials - SB 62
Require all retirement systems except, state police, to disclose retirement account information - HB 506
Rescue squad members, death or disability, survivor benefits - HB 44
Retired judges and justices, per diem salary for temporary active service - SB 152; HB 241
authorize $520 million in funding notes for KTRS - HB 4: HFA (1)
authorize payment to spouse upon request for account balance payable under a QDRO - HB 481
certain public agencies allowed to cease participation in KERS and CERS - HB 62; HB 62: SCS, HCS
discontinue benefits for new legislators and allow opt-out for current legislators - HB 400
establish intent to phase in to full ARC for KTRS - HB 4: HFA (2)
establishment of intent to phase into full ARC for KTRS - HB 4: HFA (3)
forfeiture of pension benefits - SB 194
Kentucky Retirement Systems housekeeping bill - HB 108; HB 108: HFA (1)
require state retirement systems to disclose legislators' retirement account information - SB 20
require state retirement systems to disclose retirement account information - HB 494
restrict account consolidation for legislative retirement - SB 23
restrict consolidation of retirement accounts for legislators - HB 493
study of Kentucky Teachers' Retirement System by Public Pension Oversight Board - HB 4: HFA (1),(3)
vacancies on the Kentucky Retirement Systems board, process for filing - HB 287; HB 287: HCS
registrar, vital records, security of - SB 131
troopers, reemployment of by sheriff's offices - HB 181
retirement systems, actuarial reporting requirements - HB 306
retirement systems, ban placement agents, require adherence to state contract law - HB 49
Teachers, retirement systems housekeeping bill - HB 500
Volunteer firefighters, permit state employee leave for - HB 264
Wage discrimination, prohibited on basis of sex, race, or national origin - HB 2