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HB59 (BR260) - T. Burch, T. Riner, M. King, D. Watkins, B. Yonts

     AN ACT relating to the address protection program and declaring an emergency.
     Amend KRS 14.260 to require the Secretary of State or designee to operate the address protection program; clarify that a sworn statement may be used to prove abuse or neglect; require the program to issue a document to a participant to prove the individual's county of residence; amend KRS 14.304 to allow an individual participating in the expanded address program to vote; amend KRS 23A.208 and 24A.178 to allow an administrative fee for a crime found to have an underlying factual basis of domestic violence or abuse; amend KRS 186.412 to require a circuit clerk to accept a participant's verified substitute address for driver's license applications, amend KRS 209.030 and 209A.030 to define an application assistant and exempt that individual from certain reporting requirements, EMERGENCY.


HB59 - AMENDMENTS

     HCS1 - Retain original provisions except clarify that any sworn statement is used to demonstrate eligibility, remove a section relating to vulnerable adults, and clarify that an application assistant shall continue to report instances of abuse and neglect of vulnerable adults and children; declare an EMERGENCY.
     SFA1( W. Schroder ) - Amend KRS 525.200 to add elements to the offense of assault on a service animal in the first degree; amend KRS 439.3401 to classify a person convicted of attempted murder as a "violent offender".
     SFA2( W. Schroder ) - Make title amendment.
     CCR1 - Cannot agree.
     FCCR1 - Amend KRS 14.260 to require the Secretary of State or designee to operate the address protection program; clarify that a sworn statement can be used to prove abuse or neglect; require the program to issue a document to a participant to prove the individual's county of residence; amend KRS 14.304 to allow an individual participating in the expanded address program to vote; amend KRS 23A.208 and 24A.178 to allow an administrative fee for a crime found to have an underlying factual basis of domestic violence or abuse; amend KRS 186.412 to require a circuit clerk to accept a participant's verified substitute address for driver's license applications; amend KRS 209A.030 to define an application assistant and exempt that individual from certain reporting requirements; amend KRS 525.200 to add elements to the offense of assault on a service animal in the first degree; amend KRS 439.3401 to classify a person convicted of attempted murder as a "violent offender"; impose a 50 percent minimum service requirement for parole eligibility; amend KRS 14A.1-070 to define "veteran" and "veteran-owned business"; create a new section of Subchapter 2 of KRS Chapter 14A to exempt veteran-owned businesses from paying filing fees to the Secretary of State's office for filing various business documents; amend KRS 14A.2-060 to exempt a veteran-owned business from paying the filing fee for annual reports and amended annual reports for four years after the initial registration of the business; amend and create various sections of KRS Chapter 273 to modernize statutes regulating nonprofit corporations; amend KRS 275.015 to amend the definition of "nonprofit limited liability company" to comply with statutory requirements; amend KRS 423.010 to enumerate the requirements imposed on an individual applying for a commission as a notary public; amend KRS 620.100 to require that counsel appointed prior to a temporary removal hearing to represent a child or an indigent parent, custodian, or other party to have been trained in domestic violence issues; allow a continuance up to 72 hours if counsel is unavailable; require court to advise the child and parents prior to the temporary removal hearing of their right to testify and the right not to incriminate themselves; add a noncodified section naming the address protection provisions the "Tom Shwab Address Protection Act of 2016". EMERGENCY.

     Oct 08, 2015 - Prefiled by the sponsor(s).
     Jan 05, 2016 - introduced in House; to Health & Welfare (H)
     Jan 06, 2016 - posted in committee
     Jan 14, 2016 - reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute (1)
     Jan 15, 2016 - 2nd reading, to Rules
     Jan 20, 2016 - taken from Rules; placed in the Orders of the Day for Thursday, January 21
     Jan 21, 2016 - 3rd reading, passed 94-0 with Committee Substitute (1); received in Senate
     Jan 25, 2016 - to Veterans, Military Affairs, & Public Protection (S)
     Mar 17, 2016 - reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar
     Mar 18, 2016 - 2nd reading, to Rules
     Mar 21, 2016 - posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Tuesday, March 22, 2016 (Consent Orders #2)
     Mar 22, 2016 - passed over and retained in the Consent Orders of the Day; floor amendments (1) and (2-title) filed
     Mar 23, 2016 - taken from the Consent Orders of the Day, placed in the Regular Orders of the Day; passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
     Mar 24, 2016 - 3rd reading, passed 37-0 with floor amendments (1) and (2-title)
     Mar 25, 2016 - received in House; to Rules (H)
     Mar 28, 2016 - posted for passage for concurrence in Senate floor amendments (1) and (2-title) for Tuesday, March 29, 2016
     Mar 29, 2016 - House refused to concur in Senate floor amendments (1) and (2-title); Conference Committee appointed in House; received in Senate; posted for passage for receding from Senate floor amendments (1) and (2-title); Senate refused to recede from floor amendments (1) and (2-title); Conference Committee appointed in Senate
     Apr 01, 2016 - Conference Committee report filed in House and Senate; Conference Committee report adopted in House and Senate; Free Conference Committee appointed in House and Senate; Free Conference Committee report filed in Senate
     Apr 15, 2016 - posted for passage for consideration of Free Conference; Free Conference Committee report adopted in Senate; passed 37-0; received in House