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A measure that would add to major school safety legislation that passed into law last year advanced to the state House of Representatives on Jan. 28.
The Kentucky House voted 85-4 on Feb. 3 to give final passage to a bill that would create new paths for Kentucky hemp while keeping the state’s hemp program in line with federal law.
The Kentucky Association of Counties joined the Kentucky League of Cities and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce in issuing a joint statement urging the General Assembly to increase infrastructure funding.
Legislation designed to help Kentucky’s fledgling hemp industry has passed the state Senate by a 37-0 vote.
Gov. Beshear delivered his first budget address on Jan. 28.
Legislation delving into whether direct marketers are defined as independent contractors passed the state Senate today. That makes it the first bill of the 2019 Regular Session to be sent to the governor's desk for his signature.
Refusing to take a blood alcohol concentration test for suspicion of drunken driving could become more difficult under legislation approved by the state Senate on Jan. 28.
Review of activity from the fourth week of the 2020 General Assembly.