Bill Request 98

Title AN ACT proposing to amend Section 36 of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to time and place of meetings of the General Assembly.
Bill Documents Original
Sponsors C. McDaniel
Summary of Original Version Propose to amend Section 36 of the Constitution of Kentucky to require the General Assembly to convene if the Governor declares a state of emergency in the Commonwealth, and the state of emergency exceeds thirty days in the aggregate of a calendar year during which time the General Assembly is not in regular session. The subjects to be considered by the General Assembly shall be the Governor's executive orders and directives issued pursuant to and relevant to the executive order declaring a state of emergency; ballot language; submit to voters for ratification or rejection.
Index Headings County Clerks - Constitutional amendment, General Assembly, time and place of meetings, ballot access
Elections and Voting - Constitutional amendment, General Assembly, time and place of meetings
General Assembly - Constitutional amendment, time and place of meetings
Governor - State of emergency, executive orders, review by the General Assembly, constitutional amendment
Secretary of State - Constitutional amendment, General Assembly, time and place of meetings, ballot language
Constitution, Ky. - General Assembly, time and place of meetings, proposed amendment

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07/09/20 Prefiled by the sponsor(s).

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