1 HOUSE CALENDAR No. 12, 2019 HOUSE CONVENES AT 11:00 AM ROLL CALL INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE READING AND CORRECTION OF JOURNAL INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS Reference of Bills and Concurrent Resolutions 2090 HB 2090, AN ACT concerning elections; relating to voter registration; amending K.S.A Supp and and repealing the existing sections. Representatives Clayton, Amyx, Benson, Carlin, Gartner, Highberger, Hodge, Kuether, Lusk, Moore, Neighbor, Parker, Probst, S. Ruiz, Stogsdill, Ward, Warfield, Weigel, Whipple, Wolfe Moore, Woodard, Xu (Elections) 2091 HB 2091, AN ACT concerning elections; relating to advance voting in person; amending K.S.A Supp and repealing the existing section. Representative Pittman (Elections) 2092 HB 2092, AN ACT concerning elections; relating to voter registration; allowing voter registration on election days; amending K.S.A Supp , c and and repealing the existing sections. Representatives Pittman, Finney (Elections) 2093 HB 2093, AN ACT concerning sales and compensating use tax; relating to exemptions, sales of currency, certain coins and bullion; amending K.S.A.
2 2 HOUSE CALENDAR 2018 Supp and repealing the existing section. (Taxation) Committee on Taxation 2094 HB 2094, AN ACT concerning children and minors; relating to children with problem sexual behavior; Kansas department for children and families; voluntary services. Committee on Federal and State Affairs (Federal and State Affairs) 2095 HB 2095, AN ACT concerning motor vehicles; relating to distinctive license plates; providing for the alpha kappa alpha license plate. Representative Finney (Transportation) 2096 HB 2096, AN ACT concerning the state treasurer; relating to financial institutions; establishing the Kansas children's savings account program; Kansas children's savings account program trust fund; Kansas children's savings account program expense fund; providing an income tax credit for donations to the Kansas children's savings account program trust fund; amending K.S.A d and repealing the existing section. Representative Highberger (Financial Institutions and Pensions) 2097 HB 2097, AN ACT concerning county jails; relating to cost of keeping civil prisoners; amending K.S.A and repealing the existing section. Committee on Judiciary (Judiciary) 2098 HB 2098, AN ACT concerning records; relating to the Kansas open records act; criminal investigation records; amending K.S.A Supp and repealing the existing section. Committee on Judiciary (Judiciary) 2099 HB 2099, AN ACT concerning retirement and pensions; relating to the Kansas police and firemen's retirement system; affiliation of the Kansas department of wildlife, parks and tourism; membership of certain law enforcement officers and employees; employee and employer contributions. Committee on Financial Institutions and Pensions (Financial Institutions and Pensions)
3 HOUSE CALENDAR HB 2100, AN ACT concerning retirement and benefits; relating to the Kansas public employees retirement system and systems thereunder; providing a costof-living adjustment for certain retirants. Committee on Financial Institutions and Pensions (Financial Institutions and Pensions) 2101 HB 2101, AN ACT concerning financial institutions; relating to credit unions; enacting the state credit union code; amending K.S.A , , a, , , , , , , , , and and K.S.A Supp , , , , , , , a, , a, , , , and and repealing the existing sections; also repealing K.S.A , and Committee on Financial Institutions and Pensions (Financial Institutions and Pensions) 2102 HB 2102, AN ACT concerning the department of health and environment; establishing the KanCare bridge to a healthy Kansas program; amending K.S.A Supp and repealing the existing section. Committee on Appropriations (Appropriations) REPORTS OF SELECT COMMITTEES MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR COMMUNICATIONS FROM STATE OFFICERS MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE Reference of Senate Bills and Concurrent Resolutions INTRODUCTION OF ORIGINAL MOTIONS AND HOUSE RESOLUTIONS Motions and Resolutions Offered on a Previous Day
4 4 HOUSE CALENDAR THE UNFINISHED BUSINESS BEFORE THE HOUSE Consent Calendar Final Action on Bills and Concurrent Resolutions Bills Under Consideration to Concur or Nonconcur General Orders (The Line) 2033 HB 2033, AN ACT concerning concerning sales and compensating use tax; relating to countywide retailers' sales tax, ballot authority, Dickinson, Jackson and Russell counties, rates, Thomas county; amending K.S.A Supp and and repealing the existing sections. Committee on Taxation (Taxation) (Be Passed as Amended) REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES Bills Adversely Reported
5 HOUSE CALENDAR 5 Status of Bills and Resolutions House bills passed and sent to Senate: No House bills killed by House: House bills passed by the Senate: House bills in conference: House bills killed by Senate: House bills signed by the Governor: House bills awaiting the signature of the governor: House bills vetoed by Governor: House bills becoming law without Governor's signature: House resolutions killed: House resolutions adopted: Nos. 6001, 6002, 6003, 6004, 6005 House concurrent resolutions killed: House concurrent resolutions adopted and sent to Senate: No House concurrent resolutions adopted by Senate: No House concurrent resolutions in conference: House concurrent resolutions killed by House: House concurrent resolutions killed by Senate: Senate bills in conference: Senate bills passed in House: Senate bills killed by House: Senate concurrent resolutions adopted by House: Nos. 1602, 1603 Senate concurrent resolutions in conference: House and Senate Bills in House Committees Agriculture Nos. 2001, 2062, 2085 Agriculture and Natural Resources Budget
6 6 HOUSE CALENDAR Appropriations Calendar and Printing Children and Seniors No Commerce, Labor and Economic Development Nos. 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2022, 2026, 2044, 2060, 2061, 2076 Corrections and Juvenile Justice Nos. 2018, 2042, 2045, 2046, 2047, 2048, 2049, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2073 Education Elections Nos. 2010, 2019, 2021, 2075 House Concurrent Resolutions: Nos. 5001, 5003 Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Nos. 2004, 2024, 2080, 2081, 2084 Federal and State Affairs Nos. 2008, 2009, 2015, 2023, 2032, 2034, 2036, 2067, 2068, 2069 House Concurrent Resolutions: No Financial Institutions and Pensions No. 2031
7 HOUSE CALENDAR 7 General Government Budget Health and Human Services Nos. 2029, 2030, 2066, 2077, 2082, 2089 Higher Education Budget Insurance Nos. 2041, 2053, 2054, 2055, 2056, 2057, 2058, 2059, 2074, 2083 Interstate Cooperation Judiciary Nos. 2020, 2038, 2039, 2064, 2065, 2072, 2079 K-12 Education Budget No Legislative Budget (House) Local Government No Rules and Journal
8 8 HOUSE CALENDAR Rural Revitalization Social Services Budget Taxation Nos. 2005, 2011, 2040, 2043, 2063, 2086 Transportation Nos. 2003, 2070, 2071, 2087, 2088 Transportation and Public Safety Budget Nos. 2027, 2028 Veterans and Military Nos. 2007, 2037
9 HOUSE CALENDAR 9 House Committee Agenda January 30, 2019 The following is a tentative schedule of Committees and is subject to change day-to-day. Committees not listed have no meetings scheduled. Material shown in italics is new or changed from the previous day's Agenda. On Call Committees and Joint Committees will be listed at the end of the Agenda. Subcommittees will be listed following the regular committee or in that time period with their meeting day and time noted. In order to take part in committee meetings, individuals with special needs should contact the committee secretary at least two working days prior to the scheduled meeting time. Week of January 28 - February 1, :00 a.m. Daily Appropriations 112-N Federal and State Affairs 346-S Rural Revitalization 582-N Appropriations Kathy Holscher, Committee Assistant :00 a.m. 112-N Informational briefing: Behavioral Health Bruce Witt Informational briefing: Department of Corrections Lansing Correctional Facility Update and Correction Officers Update Informational briefing: State Hospitals Informational briefing: Department of Commerce Urban and Rural Development Informational briefing: Debt Service Report Meeting on call of the chair Federal and State Affairs Connie Bahner, Committee Assistant :00 a.m. 346-S Informational hearing:
10 10 HOUSE CALENDAR HB2032 Requiring that sports gaming be operated and managed solely by racetrack gaming facilities. HB2068 Creating the Kansas sports wagering act. Possible action on bills previously heard Meeting on call of the chair Rural Revitalization Diane Threadgold, Committee Assistant :00 a.m. 582-N Briefing on: Local Food and Farm Task Force Findings, Kerry Wefald, Marketing Director, Kansas Department of Agriculture Presentation by: Retail Grocers Association Jon McCormick, President/CEO, Kansas Food Dealers Association Mike Floersch, Ray's Apple Market Informational briefing: Northwest Kansas Collaborative, Scott Sproul, President/CEO of the Northwest Kansas Economic Innovation Center, Inc. Informational briefing: Rural Community Collaboration and City-County Consolidation, Terry Woodbury, Founder and Past President of Public Square Communities Presentation on: Broadband in Kansas, Stanley Adams, Director of Broadband Initiatives, Kansas Department of Commerce 9:00 a.m. Mon/Wed Financial Institutions and Pensions 281-N Financial Institutions and Pensions Rich Mergen, Committee Assistant :00 a.m. 281-N Presentation on: KPERS 101 Part II, "KPERS Funding"
11 HOUSE CALENDAR 11 Alan D. Conroy, Executive Director, Kansas Public Employees Retirement System 9:00 a.m. Tue/Thu Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications 281-N Local Government 218-N Veterans and Military 218-N Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Patricia Kready, Committee Assistant :00 a.m. 281-N Briefing on: Audit of the Kansas 911 System - Legislative Division of Post Audit Proposed Legislative changes to the 911 Statutes - Scott Ekberg, NG911 Administrator, Kansas 911 Coordinating Council Local Government Gary Deeter, Committee Assistant :00 a.m. 218-N Committee orientation Overview of agency services Kansas Association of Counties - Jay Hall, Legislative Policy Director League of Kansas Municipalities - Eric Sartorius, Executive Director Veterans and Military Carol Robertson, Committee Assistant :00 a.m. 218-N Presentation on: Update on HB2147-Native American Income Tax Refunds Kathleen Smith, Department of Revenue Presentation on: Annual Report Department of Motor Vehicles David Harper, Department of Revenue 1:30 p.m. Daily Agriculture and Natural Resources Budget 142-S Children and Seniors 346-S Commerce, Labor and Economic Development 112-N Corrections and Juvenile Justice 152-S Education 218-N Health and Human Services 546-S Higher Education Budget 281-N Transportation 582-N
12 12 HOUSE CALENDAR Agriculture and Natural Resources Budget Melissa Leach, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 142-S Informational hearing: Board of Accountancy Informational hearing: Dept. of Agriculture Meeting on call of the chair Children and Seniors Iris Evans, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 346-S Presentation on: Kansas Alzheimer's Disease Plan by Ann Elifrits Presentation on: Child Death Review Board Report by Melissa Johnson Meeting on call of the chair Commerce, Labor and Economic Development Dana Rooney, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 112-N Informational briefing: Overcoming Barriers to Employment Hearing on: HB2044 Income tax credit for taxpayer purchases of certain goods and services from qualified vendors providing employment for blind or disabled individuals.
13 HOUSE CALENDAR 13 Hearing on: HB2006 Requiring the department of commerce to create a database of economic development incentive program information. Corrections and Juvenile Justice Linda Kentch, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 152-S Final action on: HB2042 Removing the authority of the secretary of state to prosecute election crimes. Informational briefing: Kansas Department of Corrections continuation Informational briefing: Jennifer A. Pealer, Ph.d., Evidence Based Practices in Criminal and Juvenile Justice Education Deborah Bremer, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 218-N Presentation on: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) Attachment Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC) Health and Human Services David Long, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 546-S Presentation on: Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Kansas Medicaid Program KDHE's 2019 Pregnancy Maintenance Initiative Report Presentation on: K-TRACS - Kansas State Board of Pharmacy
14 14 HOUSE CALENDAR Higher Education Budget Janice Koehler, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 281-N Briefing by staff on: Overview of performance-based budgeting by Dylan Dear, Legislative Research Budget Analysis Shirley Morrow, Legislative Research Transportation Betty Boaz, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 582-N Presentation on Trucking 101 by Tom Whitaker Presentation by KS Department of Transportation 3:30 p.m. Daily Agriculture 582-N General Government Budget 281-N Judiciary 346-S K-12 Education Budget 546-S Social Services Budget 144-S Taxation 112-N Transportation and Public Safety Budget 142-S Agriculture John Willey, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 582-N Hearing on:
15 HOUSE CALENDAR 15 HB2062 Relating to the applicability of conditions for operating recreational trails. Discussion & action on: HB2001 Amending the sunset and assessment rates for the remediation reimbursement program. Informational hearing: Kansas Water Authority General Government Budget Patti Mills, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 281-N Judiciary Kathi Rakestraw, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 346-S Hearing continuation on: HB2065 Removing the duty of the driver of an authorized emergency vehicle to drive with due regard for the safety of all others. Discussion & Possible Action on Bills Previously Heard K-12 Education Budget Phyllis Fast, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 546-S
16 16 HOUSE CALENDAR Informational briefing: Mental Health Pilot Program - Dale Dennis, KSDE; Kyle Kessler, Community Mental Health Centers Association of Kansas Informational briefing: Special Education Post Audit Review - Heidi Zimmerman, Legislative Post Audit Special Education Maintenance of Effort & Supplemental Information - John Hess, Legislative Research School Finance Formula, Part 3 - John Hess, Legislative Research Social Services Budget Tony Prohaska, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 144-S Briefing on: Larned State Hospital - Bob Rien, Pawnee County Commissioner Substance Use Disorder Treatment-Behavioral Health Association of Kansas, Stuart Little Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, Dr. Dena Hubbard Community Care Network of Kansas - Denise Cyzman, Executive Director Briefing on: Adult Long-Term Care and Abuse Issues - Mitzi McFatrich, Executive Director, Kansas Advocates for Better Care Kansas Health Care Association/Kansas Center for Assisted Living - Cindy Luxem, CEO and President Leading Age Kansas - Rachel Monger, Vice President of Government Affairs Community-Based Services for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities - Annette Graham, Director, Central Plains Area Agencies on Aging Taxation Lea Gerard, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 112-N Hearing on: HB2043 Review of tax credits, tax exemptions and economic development programs.
17 HOUSE CALENDAR 17 Final action on bills previously heard Transportation and Public Safety Budget Leslie Wolfe, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 142-S Presentation on: Kansas Department of Corrections Roger Werholtz, Interim Secretary, Department of Corrections Chuck Simmons, Interim Deputy Secretary, Facilities Management Hope Cooper, Deputy Secretary, Community & Field Service Randy Bowman, Deputy Secretary, Juvenile Services Margie Phelps, Reentry Director Harold Sass, Chief Information Officer Keith Bradshaw, Executive Director, Contract Programs & Finance 3:30 p.m. Mon/Wed Insurance 212-N Insurance Connie Beckett, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 212-N Hearing on: HB2058 Updating definitions relating to small employer health plans and association health plans. HB2057 Specifying the conditions under which a small employer carrier may establish certain classes of business. HB2056 Exempting health plans issued to associations of small employers from certain statutory provisions governing small employer health plans.
18 18 HOUSE CALENDAR 3:30 p.m. Tue/Thu Elections 212-N Elections Cathy Foxworthy, Committee Assistant :30 p.m. 212-N Informational briefing: Letitia Harmon, ACLU *********************************** Doctor of the Day Room 480-W Cell Phone: Office Phone: No Doctor Scheduled Doctor Diane Steere Wichita No Doctor Scheduled SUSAN KANNARR, Chief Clerk Connie J. Russell, Calendar Clerk