1 SENATE CALENDAR No. 27, 2019 SENATE CONVENES at 2:30 PM Order of Business ROLL CALL INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS Reference of Bills and Concurrent Resolutions 204 SB 204, AN ACT concerning economic development; relating to evaluations of economic development incentives; creating the legislative post audit economic development incentive review subcommittee. Committee on Select Committee on Federal Tax Code Implementation (Commerce) 205 SB 205, AN ACT concerning the Kansas charitable gaming act; relating to the secretary of revenue; administrator of act, designee; amending K.S.A Supp and repealing the existing section. Committee on Federal and State Affairs (Federal and State Affairs) 206 SB 206, AN ACT concerning the state fire marshal; relating to law enforcement powers; fire safety prevention standards; requiring investigation of fire deaths; amending K.S.A and K.S.A Supp and repealing the existing sections. Committee on Federal and State Affairs (Federal and State Affairs) 207 SB 207, AN ACT concerning alcoholic beverages; relating to microbreweries and microdistilleries; exemption from enforcement tax levy; amending K.S.A Supp b and and repealing the existing sections. Committee on Federal and State Affairs (Federal and State Affairs)
2 2 SENATE CALENDAR Reference of Appointments MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR COMMUNICATIONS FROM STATE OFFICERS MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE Consideration of Motions to Concur or Nonconcur REPORTS OF SELECT COMMITTEES Consideration of Appointments Consent Calendar (Senate action to be taken on third day or thereafter) 40 (Third Day) SB 40, AN ACT regulating traffic; concerning authorized emergency vehicles; amending K.S.A and repealing the existing section. Committee on Transportation (Transportation) 41 (Third Day) SB 41, AN ACT concerning motor vehicles; relating to the use of safety belts; classifying violations as a traffic infraction; amending K.S.A and repealing the existing section. Committee on Transportation (Transportation) 71 (Second Day) SB 71, AN ACT concerning postsecondary education; relating to the state board of regents; eliminating the expiration of the postsecondary technical education authority; requiring an annual report; amending K.S.A ,402 and repealing the existing section; also repealing K.S.A ,404. Committee on Education (Education)
3 SENATE CALENDAR 3 Final Action on Bills and Concurrent Resolutions 17 SB 17, AN ACT concerning motor vehicles; relating to driver's licenses, motorcycles, requiring class M license for temporary permits; amending K.S.A Supp and repealing the existing section. Committee on Transportation (Transportation) (Be Passed as Amended) 25 SB 25, AN ACT concerning certain claims against the state, making appropriations, authorizing certain transfers, imposing certain restrictions and limitations, and directing or authorizing certain disbursements, procedures and acts incidental to the foregoing. Joint Committee on Special Claims Against the State (Ways and Means) (Be Passed as Amended) 28 SB 28, AN ACT concerning insurance; relating to risk-based capital instructions; effective date; amending K.S.A Supp. 40-2c01 and repealing the existing section. Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance (Financial Institutions and Insurance) 66 SB 66, AN ACT concerning insurance; relating to insurance holding companies; exempting certain domestic insurers from filing enterprise risk reports; amending K.S.A Supp and repealing the existing section. Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance (Financial Institutions and Insurance) INTRODUCTION OF ORIGINAL MOTIONS AND SENATE RESOLUTIONS CORRECTION AND APPROVAL OF THE JOURNAL CONSIDERATION OF MOTIONS AND SENATE RESOLUTIONS REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES
4 4 SENATE CALENDAR General Orders 32 SB 32, AN ACT exempting certain non-insurance healthcare benefits coverage from the jurisdiction of the commissioner of insurance; amending K.S.A Supp , a and b and repealing the existing sections. Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance (Financial Institutions and Insurance) (Be Passed as Amended) ANTICIPATED END OF DEBATE CALENDAR 7 SB 7, AN ACT concerning school boards; relating to timing of elections of officers and certain other matters; amending K.S.A , , and and repealing the existing sections. Senator Hawk (Ethics, Elections and Local Government) (Be Passed as Amended) 67 SB 67, AN ACT concerning life insurance; establishing the unclaimed life insurance benefits act. Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance (Financial Institutions and Insurance) 82 SB 82, AN ACT concerning financial institutions; relating to the state banking code; form of delivery of certain notices; certificates of existence; conversion to state banks; amending K.S.A Supp , 9-808, and and repealing the existing sections. Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance (Financial Institutions and Insurance) 27 SB 27, AN ACT concerning employment security law; relating to lessor employment units and lessee clients; restrictions on leasing certain employees; amending K.S.A and repealing the existing section. Committee on Commerce (Commerce) 59 SB 59, AN ACT creating the Eudora community library district act. Senator Holland (Ethics, Elections and Local Government) Bills Adversely Reported
5 SENATE CALENDAR 5 Status of Bills and Resolutions Senate bills passed in Senate: Nos. 9, 18, 19, 20, 22, 39 Senate bills killed in Senate: Senate bills passed by the House: Senate bills killed in the House: Senate bills in conference: Senate bills awaiting the signature of the governor: Senate bills signed by the Governor: Senate bills becoming law without Governor's signature: Senate bills vetoed by Governor: Senate bills line item vetoed by Governor: Senate bills becoming law notwithstanding Governor's veto: Senate resolutions adopted: Nos. 1701, 1702, 1703, 1704, 1705, 1706, 1707, 1708, 1709, 1710, 1711, 1712, 1713, 1714 Senate resolutions killed: Senate concurrent resolutions adopted: Nos. 1602, 1603, 1606 Senate concurrent resolutions killed: Senate concurrent resolutions adopted by House: Nos. 1602, 1603 Senate concurrent resolutions killed in House: House bills passed in the Senate: House bills killed in the Senate: House bills in conference: House concurrent resolutions adopted by the Senate: No House concurrent resolutions killed in the Senate: House concurrent resolutions in conference: Bills in Senate Committees Agriculture and Natural Resources Senate Bills: Nos. 49, 50, 110, 111, 112, 117, 152, 153, 182 House Bills: No Assessment and Taxation Senate Bills: Nos. 76, 91, 104, 123, 125, 135, 140, 151, 174, 177, 178, 179, 184, 188, 191, 196, 197, 201 House Bills: Nos. 2033, 2063 Commerce Senate Bills: Nos. 5, 26, 38, 42, 60, 90, 92, 141, 146, 168, 172, 175, 176, 180 House Bills: No Confirmation Oversight Education Senate Bills: Nos. 16, 47, 52, 128, 148, 156, 199
6 6 SENATE CALENDAR Ethics, Elections and Local Government Senate Bills: Nos. 3, 4, 43, 51, 56, 105, 115, 116, 129, 130, 131, 132, 149, 159 Senate Concurrent Resolutions: No Federal and State Affairs Senate Bills: Nos. 8, 23, 37, 53, 64, 70, 98, 99, 137, 158, 164, 183, 203 Senate Concurrent Resolutions: No House Bills: No Financial Institutions and Insurance Senate Bills: Nos. 15, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 109, 121, 163, 200, 202 Interstate Cooperation Judiciary Senate Bills: Nos. 21, 45, 46, 55, 58, 65, 77, 78, 80, 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 95, 96, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 108, 114, 119, 133, 134, 150, 154, 157, 160, 161, 166 House Bills: Nos. 2034, 2038, 2039 Organization, Calendar and Rules Public Health and Welfare Senate Bills: Nos. 6, 10, 11, 12, 48, 54, 61, 93, 113, 120, 122, 144, 162, 165, 167, 193, 194, 195 Select Committee on Federal Tax Code Implementation Senate Bills: Nos. 13, 185 Senate Select Committee on Education Finance Senate Bills: Nos. 44, 142 Transportation Senate Bills: Nos. 62, 63, 79, 94, 97, 136, 138, 139, 143, 187, 189, 192 Utilities Senate Bills: Nos. 24, 68, 69, 124, 126, 127, 145, 169, 170, 171, 181, 198 Ways and Means Senate Bills: Nos. 1, 2, 14, 57, 72, 73, 74, 75, 118, 147, 155, 173, 186, 190 Senate Concurrent Resolutions: No. 1601
7 SENATE CALENDAR 7 Senate Committee Agenda The following is a tentative schedule of Committees and is subject to change day-today. Committees not listed have no meetings scheduled. New or changed material for the present week will be printed in italics. On Call Committees and Joint Committees will be listed at the end of the Agenda. Sub- Committees will be listed at the time of the Committee's regular meeting Any individual with a disability may request accommodations for any committee or legislative session. Requests should be made at least two (2) working days in advance of the meeting by contacting Legislative Administrative Service at: (785) TTY:711, or SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS SCHEDULE All Committees will meet Daily TIME MEETING ROOM 8:30 a.m. Agriculture and Natural Resources 159-S Commerce 548-S Transportation 546-S 9:30 a.m. Assessment and Taxation 548-S Ethics, Elections and Local Government 142-S Financial Institutions and Insurance 546-S Public Health and Welfare 118-N 10:30 a.m. Federal and State Affairs 144-S Judiciary 346-S Ways and Means 548-S 1:30 p.m. Education 144-S Utilities 548-S Note: Senate committees: Interstate Cooperation, Organization, Calendar and Rules, Confirmation Oversight, and any subcommittees are not listed. These committees are On call and will appear in Daily Calendars Senate Schedule Week of February 20-22, :30 p.m. Session; Final Action; General Orders 2:30 p.m. Session; Final Action, Possible General Orders 8:00 a.m. Session
8 8 SENATE CALENDAR Agriculture and Natural Resources 8:30 a.m. Judy Marks, Committee Assistant S SB 49 Authorizing the secretary of wildlife, parks and tourism to establish fees for cabins operated by the department and camping permits at state parks. HB 2001 Amending the sunset and assessment rates for the remediation reimbursement program. Final action on bills previously heard SB 182 Providing for water measuring device inspections and limiting the liability of water right owners regarding water measuring devices and the use of water measuring device technicians. Final action on bills previously heard Discussion on: SB 117 Requirements for the treatment and transportation of diseased dogs and cats. Meeting scheduled - Agenda to be announced Commerce 8:30 a.m. Debbie Bartuccio, Committee Assistant S Hearing continuation on: SB 168 Enacting the Kansas home inspectors professional competence and financial responsibility act. HB 2044 Income tax credit for taxpayer purchases of certain goods and services from qualified vendors providing employment for blind or disabled individuals. Final action on: HB 2044 Income tax credit for taxpayer purchases of certain goods and services from qualified vendors providing employment for blind or disabled individuals. Final action on: SB 60 Amending Kansas real estate commission licensing provisions for brokers and sales persons. SB 90 Extending the tax credit under the center for entrepreneurship act to financial institutions and increasing the annual tax credit limit for all contributors. Final action on bills previously heard Meeting on call of the chair
9 SENATE CALENDAR 9 Transportation 8:30 a.m. Florence Deeter, Committee Assistant S Presentation on: 3 M, Randy Barth, Transportation and Road Safety SB 79 Modifying left turn lane traffic requirements. SB 136 Designating a bridge on United States highway 77 in Cowley county as the SGT Kevin Gilbertson veterans memorial bridge. SB 138 Designating a portion of United States highway 77 as the Capt. Donald Root Strother memorial highway. MEETING SCHEDULED UPON ADJOURNMENT OF THE SENATE SB 143 Allowing certain individuals to be eligible for restricted driving privileges. Assessment and Taxation 9:30 a.m. Diane Brian, Committee Assistant S Request for bill introductions SB 123 Providing a sales tax exemption for kids need to eat, inc. HB 2033 Providing sales tax authority for Dickinson, Finney, Jackson, Russell and Thomas counties. HB 2063 Tax lid exemption when taxing entity abolished and duties assumed by a city or county. Request for bill introductions SB 76 Sales tax rate on food and food ingredients. Possible final action on bills previously heard No meeting scheduled Ethics, Elections and Local Government 9:30 a.m. Randi Walters, Committee Assistant S SB 131 When township officials take the oath of office and the deadline for filing for municipal office when no primary is held.
10 10 SENATE CALENDAR SB 130 Permit persons voting an advance ballot to correct a signature deficiency prior to the final canvass. SB 132 Election offenses; electioneering crime changes. SB 129 Allow voters to vote at any polling place within a county if approved by the county election officer. Financial Institutions and Insurance 9:30 a.m. Michael Welton, Committee Assistant S Discussion & action on: SB 15 Amending the definition of "service-connected" in the Kansas police and firemen's retirement system. No meeting scheduled Public Health and Welfare 9:30 a.m. Donola Fairbanks, Committee Assistant N SB 122 Implementing medicaid and educational services for foster care youth and certain former foster care youth. SB 162 Requiring notification to the governor and legislature of missing foster care youth. SB 193 Making amendments to behavioral sciences regulatory board licensing for certain professions. Final action on: SB 61 Amending podiatrist qualifications and scope of practice. Federal and State Affairs 10:30 a.m. Connie Burns, Committee Assistant S Request for bill introductions Informational Briefing on Sports Wagering
11 SENATE CALENDAR 11 Request for bill introductions (Continuation) Informational Briefing on Sports Wagering Meeting on call of the chair Judiciary 10:30 a.m. Debbie Welton, Committee Assistant S SB 134 Amending the crime of counterfeiting currency. SB 80 Increasing the criminal penalty for criminal possession of a weapon by a felon and adding ammunition to the definition of weapon. SB 119 Encouraging judicial districts to establish and utilize specialty courts. Possible action on previously heard bills SB 133 Clarifying when a receipt of property seized by law enforcement should be sent to the court and who seized weapons should be returned to. SB 166 Deeming children as foster children under the grandparents as caregivers act. Possible action on previously heard bills SB 87 Allowing certain persons with suspended drivers' licenses to enter into amnesty agreements with the district court. SB 88 Increasing the criminal penalties for violation of a protective order. SB 89 Modifying the membership and duties of the substance abuse policy board of the Kansas criminal justice coordinating council. Possible action on previously heard bills Ways and Means 10:30 a.m. Nancy Fontaine, Committee Assistant S Request for bill introductions Briefing on: Stem Cell Therapy Annual Report Subcommittee reports on: Department of Labor Subcommittee reports on: Secretary of State Subcommittee reports on: Real Estate Commission SB 118 Protecting counties from debts or obligations of a county hospital upon its closure. Request for bill introductions Subcommittee reports on: Health Care Stabilization Fund Board Subcommittee reports on: Commission on Veterans Affairs Subcommittee reports on: Larned State Hospital
12 12 SENATE CALENDAR Subcommittee reports on: Osawatomie State Hospital Subcommittee reports on: Kansas Guardianship Program SB 173 Authorizing the board of regents on behalf of the university of Kansas to sell certain real property in Douglas county. Request for bill introductions Subcommittee reports on: Kansas Human Rights Commission Subcommittee reports on: Kansas Board of Examiners in Fitting and Dispensing of Hearing Instruments Subcommittee reports on: Governmental Ethics Commission Subcommittee reports on: Board of Veterinary Examiners Subcommittee reports on: Optometry Board Note: Ways and Means Subcommittees appear in alphabetical order at the end of listings for Senate standing committees. Education 1:30 p.m. Amy Robinson, Committee Assistant S Final action on: SB 47 Creating the student opportunity scholarship program. SB 199 Creating the AO-K to work program that allows certain adults to earn high school equivalency credentials by participating in career pathway oriented postsecondary classes. Presentation on: Reading Roadmap - Brief Overview and Update Final action on: SB 148 Amending requirements for school district board requests for proposals for construction or repair projects. Final action on bills previously heard No meeting scheduled Utilities 1:30 p.m. Rosemary Cubie, Committee Assistant S (proponents) SB 69 Requiring the state corporation commission to study electric rates and consider certain factors in establishing just and reasonable electric rates.
13 SENATE CALENDAR 13 Meeting 1 of 2 SB 181 Creating the Kansas energy policy task force to study electric utility services and energy policy issues in Kansas. Meeting 2 of 2 TIME AT 3:30 P.M. IN ROOM 152-S NOTE TIME CHANGED TO 11:00 A.M. AND ROOM CHANGED TO 152-S SB 169 Requiring deposit in the water program management fee fund of certain moneys received by the Kansas department of health and environment. SB 170 Requiring the fees and civil penalties collected by the Kansas department of health and environment under the asbestos control program to be deposited in the air quality fee fund. SB 171 Requirements for Kansas public water supply loans and lead level limitations for installation or repair to public water supply systems. On-Call Committees Ways and Means Subcommittee on Department of Administration 7:30 a.m. Joyce Daneke, Committee Assistant S Deliberation on agency budget: Department of Administration Ways and Means Subcommittee on Agriculture and Natural Resources 12:00 p.m. Joyce Daneke, Committee Assistant S Deliberation on agency budgets: Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism Department of Health and Environment - Environment Kansas Water Office KSU - Extension System and Ag Research Program Department of Agriculture Kansas State Fair Board Ways and Means Subcommittee on Corrections 12:00 p.m. Joyce Daneke, Committee Assistant S Consideration of agency budgets: Department of Corrections El Dorado Correctional Facility Ellsworth Correctional Facility
14 14 SENATE CALENDAR Hutchinson Correctional Facility Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex Lansing Correctional Facility Larned Correctional Mental Health Facility Norton Correctional Facility Topeka Correctional Facility Winfield Correctional Facility Meeting canceled Ways and Means Subcommittee on General Government Joyce Daneke, Committee Assistant NOTE TIMEAT 7:30 A.M. IN ROOM 548-S Consideration of agency budgets: Kansas Corporation Commission NOTE TIME UPON ADJOURNMENT OF THE SENATE IN ROOM 548-S Deliberation on agency budgets: Department of Revenue NOTE TIME AT 7:30 A.M. IN ROOM 548-S Deliberation on agency budgets: Kansas Corporation Commission Ways and Means Subcommittee on Lottery and Gaming Joyce Daneke, Committee Assistant NOTE TIME UPON ADJOURNMENT OF THE SENATE IN ROOM 159-S Consideration of agency budgets: Kansas Lottery Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission NOTE TIME AT 12:00 P.M. IN ROOM 159-S Deliberation on agency budgets: Kansas Lottery Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Services Joyce Daneke, Committee Assistant S Meeting 1 of 2 TIME AT 11:30 A.M. Deliberation on agency budgets: Larned State Hospital Osawatomie State Hospital Meeting 2 of 2 TIME UPON ADJOURNMENT OF THE SENATE Consideration of agency budget: Department for Aging and Disability Services
15 SENATE CALENDAR 15 MEETING AT 12:00 P.M. IN ROOM 548-S Deliberation on agency budget: Department for Aging and Disability Services ***************** Doctor of the Day Telephone: Cell: W February 20 Hannah Maxfield, MD, Lenexa February 21 Chad Johanning, MD, Lawrence February 22 Bethany Enoch, MD, Pittsburg Corey Carnahan, Secretary of the Senate Jan Lunn, Calendar Clerk c