Kentucky General Assembly Bill Tracker

The Bill Tracker will continually be updated as bills are filed and move.

Kentucky General Assembly Bill Tracker

The Bill Tracker will continually be updated as bills are filed and move.

Blueprint Legislative Priority

Create Safe and Nurturing Learning Environments

House Bill 22 would eliminate the use of corporal punishment in schools.

Review the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children policy priority fact sheet here.

Status

HB 22 is sponsored by Representative Steve Riley and is awaiting a hearing in the House Education Committee.

Awaiting Committee Hearing

Blueprint Legislative Priority

End the Epidemic of E-cigarette Use Among Youth

House Bill 32 would enact a tax on e-cigarettes that is equal to the current tax on cigarettes to prevent e-cigarette use among youth.

Review the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children policy priority fact sheet here.

Status

HB 32 is sponsored by Representative Jerry Miller and has been assigned to the House Appropriations & Revenue Committee.

Awaiting Committee Hearing

Blueprint Legislative Priority

Support Children’s Healthy Growth and Development

Senate Bill 45 would strengthen licensed child care program standards on healthy eating and drinking, active play, and screen time.

Review the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children policy priority fact sheet here.

Status

SB 45 is sponsored by Senator Danny Carroll.

Awaiting Committee Assignment

Blueprint Legislative Priority

Protect Kentucky Youth from E-cigarettes and Other Harmful Tobacco Products

Senate Bill 56 would ensure Kentucky complies with the federal minimum legal sale age for all tobacco products and eliminate purchase, use, and possession penalties for youth up to age 21 so children and teens can grow into healthier adults.

Review the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children policy priority fact sheet here.

Status

SB 56 is sponsored by Senator Ralph Alvarado and has passed the Senate Health & Welfare Committee.

Read the latest statement from Terry Brooks on SB 56.

Passed Senate Committee