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1 2008 HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE COMMITTEE ACTION INDEX BILL NUMBER SUBJECT DATE OF HEARING/ DISCUSSION DATE OF FINAL ACTION BY FULL COMMITTEE HB 2007 HB 2012 HB 2027 HB 2059 HB 2060 HB 2088 HB 2089 HB 2104 HB 2105 HB 2141 HB 2142 HB 2156 HB 2166 HB 2167 HB 2176 HB 2187 Contracts; indemnification clauses and additional insured requirements in certain contracts void. Increased penalties for certain DUI violations Posted land, searches of buildings Upon adoption, the right to inherit from birth parent ceases Exempting proceeds of federal earned income tax credit from seizure and sale Criminal trespass against children; notification to sex offender; civil immunity from liability; penalties. Continuation of child support through college. Unlawful to sell mature or adult only video or computer games to minors; unlawful to display Prohibiting the sale of flavored cigarettes Community corrections revocation reduction grant program Program credits, like good time, for offenders who complete vocational or technical training or substance abuse treatment; limited to 10% of prison sentence. Communication of sympathy not admitted into evidence in civil causes of action Theft, mandatory jail time for subsequent convictions. Children in need of care; reports of alleged abuse or neglect to the county or district attorney & SRS Wards and guardians; duties and powers of guardians concerning the withholding of nutrition and hydration Civil procedure, depositions Amended into Substitute SB BPA Failed Amended provisions into Substitute SB Amended provisions into Substitute SB HB 2188 Professional screening panels BPA HB 2189 HB 2192 Attorney fees; civil actions concerning loss by fire, tornado, lighting or hail Continuation of child support through college

2 HB 2228 HB 2229 HB 2231 Contract; indemnification clauses and additional insured requirements in construction contracts void. Establishing unlawful conduct of animal fighting Increasing severity levels for burglary and aggravated burglary HB 2241 HB 2261 Grandparents have the right to intervene in child custody or visitation litigation to request visitation based upon statutory parameters. Chief judge of the judicial district elected by district judges, no designated by the supreme court Requested a Kansas Judicial Council study HB 2262 HB 2263 Contract; indemnification clauses and additional insured required in motor carriers contracts void. Forfeiture, covered offenses includes electronic solicitation HB 2269 HB 2279 HB 2284 HB 2286 HB 2299 HB 2300 Driving while suspended; if suspended for certain crimes, mandatory jail and fine. Offender registration; convictions for manufacturing of controlled substance, possession of certain drugs with the intent to manufacture controlled substance required to register. Wills, attestation by a notary public. Unlawful advertising of proprietary material Local domestic partnership registries prohibited. Re-referred from House floor Civil procedure; intentional infliction of emotional distress Amended the provisions into Substitute SB 35 HB 2301 Mandatory days in jail for second or subsequent theft or burglary convictions HB 2326 Worthless check HB 2340 HB 2354 HB 2367 Recovery of certain damages in antitrust cases Public utilities and common carriers; violations subject to comparative negligence; eliminating costs and attorney fees. Public benefits; illegal aliens denied certain state and local benefits HB 2377 HB 2380 Juvenile offender does not include person under 18 who violates a city ordinance that does not have a statutory counterpart Counties; foreclosure and sale of real estate Requested a Kansas Judicial Council Study HB 2381 Probable cause determination required before submission of DNA specimen to KBI

3 HB 2382 HB 2384 HB 2415 HB 2443 HB 2446 HB 2458 HB 2463 HB 2465 Protection orders not submitted to the national criminal information center without opportunity for hearing Criminal procedure; palm prints; expungment of DNA samples and profile records; collection of DNA samples Separate maintenance payments linked to change in CPI (urban). Leaving the scene of an accident where a death occurred, mandatory suspension of driving privileges DNA testing on death row inmates Cities' authority over nuisance including weeds, dangerous structure and other materials. Unlawfully hosting minors applied to minors less than 21 Establishing the office of district attorney in the nineteenth judicial district HB 2473 Model stalking code Requested a Kansas Judicial Council Study HB 2477 HB 2489 HB 2490 HB 2509 HB 2527 Uniform Interstate Family Support act; state debtor setoff Restricting minors' access to internet pornography; schools; public libraries. Aggravated incest; penalty change Guardians and conservators; conflict of interest. Access to records in child in need of care cases. Requested a Kansas Judicial Council Study HB 2545 Controlled substances, ecstacy and certain meth substances a felony Substitute HB 2545 Controlled substances, ecstacy BP HB 2617 Mandatory implied consent for serious & fatality accidents BPA HB 2618 Administrative procedure amendments Substitute HB 2618 Administrative Procedure BP HB 2619 Change of Judge in civil cases HB 2620 HB 2621 HB 2642 HB 2643 State board of healing arts, nondisciplinary resolutions Child custody & parenting time; service member provisions; military deployment, mobilization or temporary duty Commission on judicial performance; access to court records; immunity from liability. Resolving a conflict between two statutes concerning service of process for garnishment on insurance companies BPA BPA BPA BP and placed on Consent

4 HB 2644 HB 2650 Revises sections of the guardianship and conservator act concerning the procedure for appointing a guardian or conservator. Controlled substances; salvia divinorum BPA HB 2656 Authorizing cemetery corporations to convey real estate not platted into cemetery lots free from trust restrictions BP and placed on Consent HB 2674 Creating the crime of negligent homicide HB 2684 Felony criminal desecration of human remains HB 2700 HB 2701 HB 2707 HB 2715 HB 2723 HB 2726 Community corrections in Johnson County; adult offender program extended to July 1, Laboratory fees for criminal procedures; heart of America regional computer forensics laboratory. Theft, intent to deprive, leased or rented motor vehicles Kansas insurance code, rules and regulations. Consumer protection; ticket scalping; ticket brokers Polygraph examinations prohibited for certain alleged victims BP and placed on Consent BP and place on Consent BPA BPA HB 2727 Sexual assault, evidence BPA HB 2731 HB 2732 Sentencing, departure presentence report Sentencing, mitigating factors, departure limitations on crime of extreme sexual violence BPA HB 2733 HB 2766 HB 2767 HB 2768 HB 2780 Mandatory imprisonment for new felony conviction committed under certain circumstances. Civil procedure; expert and opinion testimony Evidence of collateral source benefits admissible in action for personal injury or death where damages requested. Dead human bodies; removal and delivery Criminal procedure; new crime committed on probation or community correction, services of warrant for violation of original conviction BPA BPA HB 2793 HB 2794 Law enforcement agencies required to adopt written policies concerning responding to calls involving persons living with mental illness Civil procedure; public works bonds and certificates of deposit; use of

5 HB 2795 HB 2799 Consumer protection; application of act; definition of consumer; civil penalties; private remedies Court of appeals judges appointed by governor, subject to senate confirmation; creating a court of appeals nominating commission to nominate three qualified persons; governor appoints any qualified persons Sent to Federal & State Affairs HB 2813 Retired Judges, retention election HB 2814 HB 2815 HB 2816 HB 2818 HB 2819 HB 2820 Criminal procedure; appearance bonds, motion for judgment. Alcoholic beverages; possession by or furnishing to minors; identification card shall reasonably appear to contain a photograph of the minor; knowingly permitting possession by minor Driver's license suspension; possession of illegal drugs or weapons in school. Expungement; persons applying for a concealed carry permit; disclosure of criminal history. Criminal use of weapons; allowing persons in compliance with the national firearms act to possess and sell silencers and automatic weapons. Child in need of care code orders control over domestic case orders BPA Removed and sent to Federal & State Affairs Removed and sent to Federal & State Affairs HB 2825 HB 2830 HB 2831 HB 2845 HB 2848 Closing court proceedings and sealing court records; good cause finding on the record required. Presumptive prison for felony theft. Creating the crime of theft of a vehicle Increasing the penalties for theft and aiding escape when such crimes concern employees or volunteers of the department of corrections. Workers compensation; bilateral scheduled injuries under permanent partial general disability BPA BP HB 2850 Stalking, protection orders BPA HB 2873 HB 2886 HB 2901 HB 2902 Revoking the authorization of the issuance of bonds for capital improvement projects to expand prison capacity Repealing the cap on the amount of damages awarded in wrongful death actions accruing on or after July 1, Sentencing and postrelease supervision for certain crimes. Law enforcement family support act; officers disabled or killed in line of duty BP

6 HB 2910 HB 2966 HB 2988 Repealing the crime of domestic battery; battery includes domestic battery; domestic violence designation on criminal offenses; pleas. Repealing the cap on the amount of damages awarded in wrongful death actions accruing on and after July 1, 2008 Parenting time and visitation; weight to be given to a child's preference SENATE BILLS SB 32 Substitute SB 32 Health care; medical assistance repayment; discretionary trusts. Child custody & parenting time; service member provisions; military deployment, mobilization or temporary duty BP SB 41 Negligence; ordinary care required when gun possession at issue in personal injury or wrongful death action SB 46 Defacing identification marks of a firearm, increase from class B nonperson misdemeanor to a severity level 10, nonperson felony Sent to House Federal & State Affairs SB 48 Municipal court, accused person's competency to stand trial, mental health evaluation SB 56 Increasing fees for county law libraries SB 74 SB 87 SB 97 SB 184 SB 366 SB 373 SB 379 Recovery of medical assistance, probate code. Kansas offender registration act; prohibition from adopting or enforcing the residency restrictions Third or subsequent convictions for burglary, sentence Paying costs related to sexually violent predators Traffic citations; method of giving notice of failure to comply Medicaid inspector general. Contracts; indemnification clauses and additional insured requirements in construction contracts void Substitute SB 379 Indemnification Contracts BP Senate Substitute SB 409 SB 410 SB 411 Substance abuse treatment for certain offenders, state substance abuse treatment facility Technical changes regarding Kansas juvenile correctional complex Factors affecting inmate's suitability for parole Sent to Select Committee on Corrections Reform and Oversight BPA

7 SB 412 SB 414 Health care; medical assistance repayment; discretionary trusts. Electors of county or counties may establish an office of the district attorney; salary based on felony caseload BP Substitute SB 414 Stalking BP SB 418 Kansas sentencing commission; duty to annually produce official juvenile correctional facility population projections BP and Placed on Consent SB 419 Criminal procedure; form and consent of journal entry BP and Placed on Consent SB 423 Notice of filing of foreign judgment BP SB 424 Oil and gas leases, distribution of monies deposited with the court BP SB 430 Aggravated criminal threat, penalty BPA SB 431 SB 432 SB 433 SB 434 SB 435 SB 448 SB 449 SB 450 SB 467 SB 476 SB 477 SB 479 SB 481 SB 536 SB 545 Probate, small estates, increasing allowances for spouses and minor children. (Judicial Council) Uniform transfer on death security registration act; security accounts Uniform prudent management of institutional funds act. Code of civil procedure, electronically stored information Amendment to revised Kansas juvenile justice code and revised Kansas code for care of children Applicability of Kansas general corporation code to certain cooperative. UCC secured transactions, striking forms Cemetery corporations, investment of permanent maintenance fund Manufactured housing, filing of security notice. Arrest for violating condition of probation or conditions of release. Offender registration, electronic solicitation Postrelease supervision for certain offenders convicted under K.S.A. Controlled substance, schedule I, salvia and gypsum weed Prohibiting adoption and enforcing residency restrictions on registered offenders. Health insurance coverage information for children in divorce action BP BP BP BP BPA BP BP BP and Placed on Consent BP and Placed on Consent BPA BPA Amended provisions into SB BPA BP BPA

8 SB 581 SB 582 SB 588 SB 590 SB 615 SB 640 Juvenile offender, possession of alcohol. Driving under the influence, ignition interlock and impoundment of vehicle Traffic in contraband in a correctional facility. Establishing the substance abuse policy board Motor vehicles, failure to maintain financial security Recodification of certain drug crimes Withdrawn and sent to Select Committee on Corrections The House Judiciary Committee minutes are sent to the committee members via . Members are directed to report any changes that need to be made. They stand approved a week after they are ed.

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