House Bill 314

Actions | Amendments
Last Action 04/14/22: delivered to Secretary of State (Acts Ch. 201)
Title AN ACT relating to consolidated local governments.
Bill Documents Acts Chapter 201
Current/Final
Introduced
Fiscal Impact Statements Local Mandate
Additional Fiscal Impact Statements Exist
Bill Request Number 425
Sponsors J. Nemes, K. Bratcher, K. Fleming, J. Miller
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 67C.103 to remove outdated language regarding apportionment of legislative council seats, designate that the oversight committee to approve settlements or consent decrees, and to interview former officials or employees; amend KRS 67C.105 to limit mayor to two consecutive terms, post January 1, 2023; amend KRS 67C.111 to allow for the formation of new cities within a consolidated local government, prohibit formation in certain areas, establish criteria for approval of the new cities, allow annexation of territory by cities within the consolidated local government; amend KRS 67C.115 to define powers of the county attorney in a consolidated local government; amend KRS 67C.139 giving the legislative council 60 days to approve mayoral appointments; amend KRS 67C.143 to allow a member preferring a charge to participate in the discipline of legislative council members; amend KRS 67C.147 to require annual report concerning the urban services district expenditures; amend KRS 67C.301 to define "chief's designee"; amend KRS 67C.321 to allow chief of police designee to undertake certain portions of an investigation concerning allegations against a peace officer; amend KRS 67C.323 to conform; amend KRS 67C.325 to allow the chief's designee to receive information.
Index Headings of Original Version Consolidated Local Governments - Legislative council, legal representation, confidential records and information
Consolidated Local Governments - Mayoral elections, council elections, county attorney duties, review board confidentiality
Annexation - Consolidated local governments, petitions
Attorney, County - Consolidated local government, duties
Cities - Consolidated local governments, new cities, petition
Local Mandate - Consolidated local governments, petitions, duties
Jump to Proposed Amendments House Committee Substitute 1 with Fiscal Impact Statements
House Floor Amendment 1
House Floor Amendment 2
House Floor Amendment 3
House Floor Amendment 4
House Floor Amendment 5 with Fiscal Impact Statements
Senate Committee Substitute 1 with Fiscal Impact Statements
Senate Floor Amendment 1
Senate Floor Amendment 2
Senate Floor Amendment 3
Senate Floor Amendment 4
Senate Floor Amendment 5
Senate Floor Amendment 6
Votes Vote History
Governor's Veto Message Veto

Actions

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01/18/22
  • introduced in House
  • to Committee on Committees (H)
03/01/22
  • to Local Government (H)
03/02/22
  • reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute (1)
03/03/22
  • 2nd reading, to Rules
03/04/22
  • posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Monday, March 07, 2022
03/07/22
  • floor amendments (1) and (3) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendment (2-title) filed to Bill
03/08/22
  • floor amendment (4) filed to Committee Substitute
03/14/22
  • floor amendment (5) filed to Committee Substitute
  • 3rd reading, passed 70-23 with Committee Substitute (1) and Floor Amendment (4)
03/15/22
  • received in Senate
  • to Committee on Committees (S)
03/16/22
  • to State & Local Government (S)
03/23/22
  • reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute (1)
03/24/22
  • 2nd reading, to Rules
  • floor amendments (1) and (3) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendments (2) and (4) filed to bill
03/25/22
  • posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Tuesday, March 29, 2022
03/29/22
  • floor amendment (6) filed to Committee Substitute , floor amendment (5-title) filed to bill
  • 3rd reading
  • floor amendments (2) and (4) withdrawn
  • floor amendments (1) and (3) defeated
  • passed 26-8-1 with Committee Substitute (1)
  • received in House
  • to Rules (H)
  • taken from Rules
  • posted for passage for concurrence in Senate Committee Substitute (1)
  • House concurred in Senate Committee Substitute (1)
  • passed 73-20
03/30/22
  • enrolled, signed by Speaker of the House
  • enrolled, signed by President of the Senate
  • delivered to Governor
04/06/22
  • Vetoed
04/13/22
  • received in House
  • to Rules (H)
  • taken from Rules
  • posted for passage for consideration of Governor's veto
  • veto overridden
  • passed 73-24
  • received in Senate
  • to Rules (S)
  • posted for passage for consideration of Governor's veto
  • veto overridden
  • passed 27-9-1
04/14/22
  • received in House
  • enrolled, signed by Speaker of the House
  • enrolled, signed by President of the Senate
  • delivered to Secretary of State (Acts Ch. 201)

Proposed Amendments

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Amendment House Committee Substitute 1
Fiscal Impact Statement Local Mandate to House Committee Substitute 1
Summary Retain original provisions; amend KRS 67C.111 to substitute "qualified voters" for "residents" in issues of new city formation; delete amendments to KRS 67C.105, 67C.301, 67C.321, 67C.323, and 67C.325 from the original bill.
Index Headings Local Government - Consolidated local government, new cities, creation process
Consolidated Local Governments - New cities, creation process
Cities - Consolidated local government, new cities, creation process
Local Mandate - Consolidated local government, new cities, creation process

Amendment House Floor Amendment 1
Sponsor J. Calloway
Summary Retain all original provisions; provide that a childcare facility shall not have a license revoked for failing to require facial coverings; require that individuals be permitted to opt-out of any public school requirement for medical devices, and medical procedures and treatments requirements; provide that an individual shall not be required to submit any documentation or certification to opt-out; provide that nothing in the section shall be interpreted to contradict KRS 158.035; provide that postsecondary education institutions may not require individuals to use medical devices, submit to medical procedures and treatments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic on property not used for the delivery of medical services; provide that a postsecondary education institution may implement a requirement for facial coverings that is not responsive to the COVID-19 pandemic; EMERGENCY.
Index Headings Education, Elementary and Secondary - COVID-19 precautions, opt-out, medical device, vaccine, and healthcare requirements
Education, Higher - COVID-19 precautions, student opt-out, medical device, vaccine, and healthcare requirements
Education, Higher - COVID-19 precautions, student opt-out, medical device, vaccine, testing, and healthcare requirements
Effective Dates, Emergency - COVID-19 precautions, opt-out, medical device, vaccine, testing requirements, emergency
Universities and Colleges - COVID-19 precautions, opt-out, medical device, vaccine, testing, and healthcare requirements
Children and Minors - COVID-19 precautions, parent opt-out, medical device, vaccine, testing, healthcare requirements

Amendment House Floor Amendment 2
Sponsor J. Calloway
Summary Make title amendment.
Index Headings Title Amendments - HB 28

Amendment House Floor Amendment 3
Sponsor J. Calloway
Summary Retain all original provisions; provide that a childcare facility shall not have a license revoked for failing to require facial coverings; require that individuals be permitted to opt-out of any public school requirement for medical devices, medical procedures and treatments, and blanket healthcare requirements; provide that an individual shall not be required to submit any documentation or certification to opt-out; provide that nothing in the section shall be interpreted to contradict KRS 158.035; provide that postsecondary education institutions may not require individuals to use medical devices, submit to medical procedures and treatments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic on property not used for the delivery of medical services; provide that a postsecondary education institution may implement a requirement for facial coverings that is not responsive to the COVID-19 pandemic; EMERGENCY.
Index Headings Education, Elementary and Secondary - COVID-19 precautions, opt-out, medical device, vaccine, and healthcare requirements
Education, Higher - COVID-19 precautions, student opt-out, medical device, vaccine, and healthcare requirements
Education, Higher - COVID-19 precautions, student opt-out, medical device, vaccine, testing, and healthcare requirements
Effective Dates, Emergency - COVID-19 precautions, opt-out, medical device, vaccine, testing requirements, emergency
Universities and Colleges - COVID-19 precautions, opt-out, medical device, vaccine, testing, and healthcare requirements
Children and Minors - COVID-19 precautions, parent opt-out, medical device, vaccine, testing, healthcare requirements

Amendment House Floor Amendment 4
Sponsor K. Fleming
Summary Add new Section 2 providing for a 2 term limit for mayor, beginning January 1, 2023; specify that legislative council has 60 days to approve or disapprove the creation of a new city; add a new Section 5. retaining the original provisions and specify the presiding officer of the legislative council shall make all legislative council appointments to agencies, boards, and commissions.
Index Headings Consolidated Local Governments - New city incorporation, legislative appointments to boards and commissions
Cities - Consolidated local governments, new city incorporation, 60 day approval

Amendment House Floor Amendment 5
Fiscal Impact Statement Local Mandate to House Floor Amendment 5
Sponsor N. Kulkarni
Summary Retain original provisions of HCS/1, add a new section of the KRS disallowing tax credits for newly formed cities, unless written agreement is reached between the city and the consolidated local government; amend KRS 68.190 to conform; amend KRS 91A.080 to conform.
Index Headings Taxation - New cities, prohibition on tax credits without agreement
Consolidated Local Governments - New cities, prohibition on tax credits without agreement
Cities - Certain new cities, prohibition on tax credits without agreement
Cities, First Class - New cities, prohibition on tax credits without agreement
Cities, Home Rule Class - Certain new cities, prohibition on tax credits without agreement
Local Mandate - New cities, prohibition on tax credits without agreement

Amendment Senate Committee Substitute 1
Fiscal Impact Statement Local Mandate to Senate Committee Substitute 1
Summary Retain original provisions, except amend KRS 67C.111 to add effective date of July 15, 2024; add incorporation provisions for new cities; add new section creating the Louisville Metro Comprehensive Review Commission; direct a comprehensive study of the metro government model of local government; establish membership of commission; provide areas for review; establish reporting date of September 15, 2023.
Index Headings Effective Dates, Delayed - New city incorporation, July 15, 2024
Local Government - Consolidated local government, new cities, creation process
Studies Directed - Consolidated local government model review
Consolidated Local Governments - New cities, creation process, annexation, study directed
Annexation - Consolidated local governments, suburban cities
Cities - Consolidated local government, new cities, creation process, study directed

Amendment Senate Floor Amendment 1
Sponsor M. McGarvey
Summary Delete all sections, except Section 8.
Index Headings Consolidated Local Governments - Review commission, consolidated local government model

Amendment Senate Floor Amendment 2
Sponsor M. McGarvey
Summary Delete entire bill; substitute a mayoral review of consolidated local government.
Index Headings Studies Directed - Consolidated local government review
Consolidated Local Governments - Consolidated local government review

Amendment Senate Floor Amendment 3
Sponsor M. McGarvey
Summary Retain original provisions; create a new section of KRS Chapter 67C permitting a consolidated local government to establish a citizen review board independent of the police department, and an investigatory office led by an appointee of the mayor for review of police department policies, procedures, and operations; require an ordinance that establishes a governmental body to include powers, duties, internal protocols, reporting requirements, and a body's authority to adopt bylaws, policies, and procedures; provide investigatory office leader the power to administer oaths and request subpoenas issued by the Circuit Court to compel testimony or production of documents with enforcement by petition to Circuit Court; make board and investigatory office review or discussion of potential or ongoing investigations in closed session subject to KRS 61.815(1), make confidential and privileged information and records, proceedings, opinions, and deliberations, provided to or generated by board or investigatory office with open record requests to be made to appropriate agency and certain exemption from open records requirements; EMERGENCY.
Index Headings Courts, Circuit - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Effective Dates, Emergency - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Local Government - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Peace Officers and Law Enforcement - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Police, City and County - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Consolidated Local Governments - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Boards and Commissions - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review

Amendment Senate Floor Amendment 4
Sponsor M. McGarvey
Summary Retain original provisions; create a new section of KRS Chapter 67C permitting a consolidated local government to establish a citizen review board independent of the police department, and an investigatory office led by an appointee of the mayor for review of police department policies, procedures, and operations; require an ordinance that establishes a governmental body to include powers, duties, internal protocols, reporting requirements, and a body's authority to adopt bylaws, policies, and procedures; provide investigatory office leader the power to administer oaths and request subpoenas issued by the Circuit Court to compel testimony or production of documents with enforcement by petition to Circuit Court; make board and investigatory office review or discussion of potential or ongoing investigations in closed session subject to KRS 61.815(1); make confidential and privileged information and records, proceedings, opinions, and deliberations, provided to or generated by board or investigatory office with open record requests to be made to appropriate agency and certain exemption from open records requirements; EMERGENCY.
Index Headings Courts, Circuit - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Effective Dates, Emergency - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Local Government - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Peace Officers and Law Enforcement - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Police, City and County - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Consolidated Local Governments - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review
Boards and Commissions - Citizen oversight and investigation, consolidated local government, police review

Amendment Senate Floor Amendment 5
Sponsor A. Southworth
Summary Make title amendment.
Index Headings Title Amendments - HB 314/GA

Amendment Senate Floor Amendment 6
Sponsor A. Southworth
Summary Retain original provisions of HB 314/SCS1;. amend KRS 199.898 to provide that parents and guardians of children enrolled in licensed, certified, or publicly funded child care facilities have a right to refuse facial coverings on behalf of their children without any retribution; create a new section of KRS Chapter 158 to prohibit requiring facial coverings on any public school premises, on school-sponsored transportation, or at a school-sponsored event; create a new section of KRS Chapter 164 to permit requiring facial coverings on property owned, leased, or operated by public postsecondary education institutions; .provide that a school may impose a mask mandate but permit parents to opt out.
Index Headings Education, Elementary and Secondary - Facial coverings, limited prohibition of requirement, parent opt-out, response to COVID-19 pandemic
Education, Higher - Facial coverings, limited prohibition of requirement, response to COVID-19 pandemic
Health and Medical Services - Facial coverings, limited prohibition of requirement, response to COVID-19 pandemic
Universities and Colleges - Facial coverings, limited prohibition of requirement, response to COVID-19 pandemic
Children and Minors - Facial coverings, limited prohibition of requirement, parent opt-out, response to COVID-19 pandemic
Piggybacked Bills - Attach provisions of HB 51/GA

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