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Bill Number: SB62

Sponsor Names: Committee on Education,

Amending the standards for school-administered vision screenings for students, establishing the Kansas children's vision health and school readiness commission and relating to the powers and duties of the Kansas commission for the deaf and hard of hearing with regard to registration of interpreters, communication access services guidelines and adoption of rules and regulations.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB62Introduced1/25/2021 2:39:24 PMSenate
SB62Referred to1/26/2021 2:39:02 PMSenate
SB62Hearing: Thursday, February 4, 2021, 1:30 PM Room 144-S1/27/2021 10:38:10 AMSenate
SB62Committee Report recommending bill be passed by2/23/2021 2:56:48 PMSenate
SB62Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/1/2021 2:31:14 PMSenate
SB62Committee of the Whole - Be passed3/1/2021 2:37:35 PMSenate
SB62Final Action - Passed; Yea: 35 Nay: 43/2/2021 10:52:10 AMSenate
SB62Received and Introduced3/2/2021 1:38:38 PMHouse
SB62Referred to3/3/2021 9:43:07 AMHouse
SB62Hearing: Wednesday, March 10, 2021, 1:30 PM Room 218-N - CANCELED3/3/2021 12:45:12 PMHouse
SB62Hearing: Thursday, March 11, 2021, 1:30 PM Room 218-N3/5/2021 11:24:22 AMHouse
SB62Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/29/2021 12:57:42 PMHouse
SB62Withdrawn from Calendar; Referred to3/31/2021 9:10:32 AMHouse
SB62Withdrawn from Committee on Appropriations and re-referred to Committee of the Whole1/31/2022 11:09:17 AMHouse
SB62Withdrawn from Calendar, Rereferred to2/11/2022 9:19:24 AMHouse
SB62Committee Report recommending bill be further amended and be passed as amended by2/16/2022 12:42:23 PMHouse
SB62Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/2/2022 11:20:36 AMHouse
SB62Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted3/2/2022 11:21:04 AMHouse
SB62Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Rhiley3/2/2022 11:26:30 AMHouse
SB62Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Rhiley was rejected3/2/2022 11:34:45 AMHouse
SB62Committee of the Whole - Be passed as further amended3/2/2022 11:37:04 AMHouse
SB62Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 115 Nay: 63/2/2022 11:42:26 AMHouse
SB62Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed3/3/2022 6:21:21 PMSenate
SB62Motion to accede adopted; Representative Huebert, Representative Thomas and Representative Stogsdill appointed as conferees3/8/2022 11:14:47 AMHouse
SB62Conference committee report now available3/30/2022 8:16:01 AMHouse
SB62Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 121 Nay: 33/30/2022 11:40:10 AMHouse
SB62Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 34 Nay: 53/30/2022 4:57:17 PMSenate
SB62Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, April 1, 20224/1/2022 3:37:04 PMSenate
SB62Approved by Governor on Monday, April 11, 20224/11/2022 2:20:14 PMSenate

Bill Number: SB215

Sponsor Names: Committee on Education,

Transferring the authority for postsecondary driver's education programs and driver training schools to the department of revenue and authorizing the board of education of a school district to contract with transportation network companies to provide certain transportation services.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB215Introduced2/10/2021 2:54:21 PMSenate
SB215Referred to2/11/2021 11:43:36 AMSenate
SB215Hearing: Thursday, January 27, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 144-S1/19/2022 9:09:44 AMSenate
SB215Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by2/21/2022 2:56:36 PMSenate
SB215Committee of the Whole - Now working on2/23/2022 10:43:07 AMSenate
SB215Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted2/23/2022 10:43:31 AMSenate
SB215Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended2/23/2022 10:45:27 AMSenate
SB215Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 40 Nay: 02/23/2022 4:01:08 PMSenate
SB215Received and Introduced3/1/2022 11:06:49 AMHouse
SB215Referred to3/2/2022 10:06:03 AMHouse
SB215Hearing: Wednesday, March 16, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 218-N3/9/2022 10:09:48 AMHouse
SB215Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/17/2022 12:04:28 PMHouse
SB215Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/21/2022 2:10:44 PMHouse
SB215Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted3/21/2022 2:10:58 PMHouse
SB215Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Esau3/21/2022 2:15:12 PMHouse
SB215Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Esau was withdrawn3/21/2022 2:23:26 PMHouse
SB215Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended3/21/2022 2:24:21 PMHouse
SB215Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 122 Nay: 03/21/2022 4:01:22 PMHouse
SB215Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed3/22/2022 8:16:21 PMSenate
SB215Motion to accede adopted; Representative Huebert, Representative Thomas and Representative Stogsdill appointed as conferees3/23/2022 1:06:33 PMHouse
SB215Conference committee report now available3/31/2022 12:28:07 PMHouse
SB215Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 117 Nay: 03/31/2022 3:05:12 PMHouse
SB215Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 39 Nay: 03/31/2022 8:46:57 PMSenate
SB215Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, April 8, 20224/8/2022 10:26:20 AMSenate
SB215Approved by Governor on Monday, April 18, 20224/18/2022 3:01:03 PMSenate

Bill Number: SB347

Sponsor Names: Committee on Commerce, Labor and Economic Development,

House Substitute for SB 347 by Committee on Commerce, Labor and Economic Development - Enacting the attracting powerful economic expansion act to provide for tax and other incentives for projects in specified industries, or for national corporate headquarters, that involve a significant capital investment, including a refundable tax credit for a portion of the investment, reimbursement of certain payroll costs and training costs, retention of certain payroll withholding taxes and a sales tax exemption for project construction.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Kansas register.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB347Introduced1/18/2022 4:16:21 PMSenate
SB347Referred to1/18/2022 4:16:52 PMSenate
SB347Hearing continuation: Thursday, January 20, 2022, 10:30 AM Room 546-S1/19/2022 1:24:01 PMSenate
SB347Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by1/26/2022 2:37:43 PMSenate
SB347Committee of the Whole - Now working on1/27/2022 3:02:38 PMSenate
SB347Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted1/27/2022 3:02:57 PMSenate
SB347Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Erickson1/27/2022 3:07:47 PMSenate
SB347Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Erickson was adopted1/27/2022 3:16:33 PMSenate
SB347Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Erickson1/27/2022 3:17:13 PMSenate
SB347Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Erickson was adopted1/27/2022 3:21:12 PMSenate
SB347Committee of the Whole - Be passed as further amended1/27/2022 3:24:16 PMSenate
SB347Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 32 Nay: 71/27/2022 3:43:38 PMSenate
SB347Received and Introduced1/28/2022 8:41:16 AMHouse
SB347Hearing: Monday, January 31, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 346-S1/28/2022 10:45:03 AMHouse
SB347Referred to1/31/2022 10:05:01 AMHouse
SB347Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by2/7/2022 9:02:59 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Now working on2/8/2022 1:22:41 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted recommending substitute bill be passed2/8/2022 1:23:05 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Tarwater2/8/2022 1:32:37 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Tarwater was adopted2/8/2022 1:36:59 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Tarwater2/8/2022 1:38:03 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Tarwater was adopted2/8/2022 1:43:22 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Jacobs2/8/2022 2:28:07 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Jacobs was adopted2/8/2022 2:30:34 PMHouse
SB347Committee of the Whole - Substitute bill be passed as amended2/8/2022 2:37:07 PMHouse
SB347Emergency Final Action - Substitute passed as amended; Yea: 80 Nay: 412/8/2022 3:37:24 PMHouse
SB347Senator Erickson moved to concur.2/9/2022 3:22:32 PMSenate
SB347Substitute motion to non-concur and appoint a conference committee. Motion failed.2/9/2022 3:38:00 PMSenate
SB347Concurred with amendments; Yea: 31 Nay: 92/9/2022 3:50:20 PMSenate
SB347Enrolled and presented to Governor on Thursday, February 10, 20222/10/2022 11:39:25 AMSenate
SB347Approved by Governor on Thursday, February 10, 20222/10/2022 12:20:09 PMSenate

Bill Number: SB450

Sponsor Names: Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance,

Sub for SB 450 by Committee on Financial Institutions and Insurance: Eliminating the crediting to the Kansas public employees retirement fund of 80% of the proceeds from the sale of surplus real estate, authorizing state educational institutions to sell and convey real property given to such state educational institutions as an endowment, bequest or gift and authorizing the state board of regents to adopt policies relating to such sale and conveyance.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB450Introduced2/8/2022 2:56:01 PMSenate
SB450Referred to2/9/2022 12:03:46 PMSenate
SB450Withdrawn from Committee on Ways and Means; Referred to2/9/2022 3:54:57 PMSenate
SB450Hearing: Tuesday, February 15, 2022, 9:30 AM Room 546-S2/10/2022 8:39:07 AMSenate
SB450Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by2/17/2022 3:03:33 PMSenate
SB450Committee of the Whole - Now working on2/22/2022 11:06:51 AMSenate
SB450Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted recommending substitute bill be passed2/22/2022 11:07:04 AMSenate
SB450Committee of the Whole - Substitute bill be passed2/22/2022 11:10:06 AMSenate
SB450Final Action - Substitute passed; Yea: 38 Nay: 22/23/2022 4:13:38 PMSenate
SB450Received and Introduced3/1/2022 11:10:19 AMHouse
SB450Referred to3/2/2022 10:07:21 AMHouse
SB450Hearing: Wednesday, March 16, 2022, 3:30 PM Room 218-N3/9/2022 10:49:21 AMHouse
SB450Committee Report recommending bill be passed by3/17/2022 12:06:18 PMHouse
SB450Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/23/2022 12:03:11 PMHouse
SB450Committee of the Whole - Be passed3/23/2022 12:07:16 PMHouse
SB450Emergency Final Action - Passed; Yea: 117 Nay: 53/23/2022 1:00:30 PMHouse
SB450Enrolled and presented to Governor on Monday, March 28, 20223/28/2022 4:14:27 PMSenate
SB450Approved by Governor on Friday, April 1, 20224/1/2022 2:06:58 PMSenate

Bill Number: SB455

Sponsor Names: Committee on Education,

Allowing K-12 students to transfer to and attend school in any school district in the state.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB455Introduced2/8/2022 2:56:40 PMSenate
SB455Referred to2/9/2022 12:03:54 PMSenate
SB455Withdrawn from Committee on Education; Referred to2/23/2022 3:17:39 PMSenate
SB455Withdrawn from Committee on Ways and Means; Rereferred to3/1/2022 3:05:29 PMSenate
SB455Hearing: Tuesday, March 8, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 144-S3/1/2022 3:15:44 PMSenate
SB455Hearing: Wednesday, March 9, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 144-S3/1/2022 3:15:44 PMSenate
SB455Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/18/2022 12:43:22 PMSenate
SB455Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/21/2022 1:54:26 PMSenate
SB455Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted3/21/2022 1:55:08 PMSenate
SB455Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Pettey3/21/2022 2:36:31 PMSenate
SB455Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Pettey was rejected3/21/2022 2:54:24 PMSenate
SB455Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended3/21/2022 3:00:19 PMSenate
SB455Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 23 Nay: 163/22/2022 11:01:37 AMSenate
SB455Received and Introduced3/22/2022 8:47:19 PMHouse
SB455Referred to3/23/2022 9:59:38 AMHouse

Bill Number: SB577

Sponsor Names: Committee on Ways and Means,

Proposing state board of education redistricting plan apple.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Kansas register and the date of publication in the Kansas register of the notice prescribed in section 14.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB577Introduced3/22/2022 9:41:22 PMSenate
SB577Referred to3/23/2022 9:35:04 AMSenate
SB577Hearing: Monday, March 28, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 546-S3/23/2022 12:07:36 PMSenate
SB577Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/29/2022 4:00:43 PMSenate
SB577Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/29/2022 4:11:51 PMSenate
SB577Motion to advance to Final Action subject to amendment, debate, and roll call. Motion carried.3/29/2022 4:15:55 PMSenate
SB577Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 31 Nay: 83/29/2022 4:50:46 PMSenate
SB577Received and Introduced3/30/2022 10:15:45 AMHouse
SB577Referred to3/31/2022 9:15:51 AMHouse

Bill Number: SB578

Sponsor Names: Committee on Ways and Means,

Reconciling conflicting amendments to certain statutes.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB578Introduced4/26/2022 2:48:42 PMSenate
SB578Referred to4/26/2022 2:49:06 PMSenate

Bill Number: SB579

Sponsor Names: Committee on Federal and State Affairs,

Establishing the homegrown Kansas leadership program to provide tuition assistance for individuals who earn a teaching degree or a master's degree in education and agree to teach in Kansas after earning such degree.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB579Introduced4/28/2022 10:42:01 PMSenate

Bill Number: SB580

Sponsor Names: Committee on Federal and State Affairs,

Establishing an accelerated teacher training program.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
SB580Introduced4/28/2022 10:42:05 PMSenate

Bill Number: HB2106

Sponsor Names: Committee on Taxation,

Decreasing the state rate for sales and use taxes for sales of food and food ingredients and providing for the levying of taxes by cities and counties and discontinuing the nonrefundable food sales tax credit.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect on and after January 1, 2023, and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2106Introduced1/21/2021 11:25:16 AMHouse
HB2106Referred to1/22/2021 8:09:09 AMHouse
HB2106Hearing: Wednesday, January 27, 2021, 3:30 PM Room 346-S1/22/2021 11:46:15 AMHouse
HB2106Committee Report recommending bill be passed by2/3/2021 1:01:04 PMHouse
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/4/2021 3:22:47 PMHouse
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Be passed3/4/2021 3:24:59 PMHouse
HB2106Emergency Final Action - Passed; Yea: 123 Nay: 03/4/2021 4:36:39 PMHouse
HB2106Received and Introduced3/5/2021 10:01:59 AMSenate
HB2106Referred to3/10/2021 11:34:16 AMSenate
HB2106Hearing: Tuesday, March 16, 2021, 9:30 AM Room 548-S3/10/2021 4:07:43 PMSenate
HB2106Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/29/2021 2:00:12 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/30/2021 5:43:55 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted3/30/2021 5:44:12 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Baumgardner3/30/2021 5:46:09 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Baumgardner was adopted3/30/2021 5:53:08 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Pyle3/30/2021 5:53:57 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Pyle was adopted Yea: 30 Nay: 23/30/2021 6:00:43 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Pyle3/30/2021 6:03:27 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Pyle was withdrawn3/30/2021 6:08:56 PMSenate
HB2106Committee of the Whole - Be passed as further amended3/30/2021 6:12:29 PMSenate
HB2106Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 24 Nay: 153/31/2021 10:28:18 AMSenate
HB2106Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed4/7/2021 10:15:39 AMHouse
HB2106Motion to accede adopted; Senator Tyson, Senator Alley and Senator Holland appointed as conferees4/7/2021 3:36:56 PMSenate
HB2106Senator Warren, Senator Baumgardner, and Senator Haley are appointed to replace Senator Tyson, Senator Alley, and Senator Holland on the Conference Committee5/6/2021 2:21:37 PMSenate
HB2106Senator Tyson, Senator Peck, and Senator Holland are appointed to replace Senator Warren, Senator Baumgardner, and Senator Haley on the Conference Committee3/29/2022 10:48:07 AMSenate
HB2106Senator Tyson, Senator Peck, and Senator Holland are appointed to replace Senator Warren, Senator Baumgardner, and Senator Haley on the Conference Committee3/29/2022 10:52:08 AMSenate
HB2106Representative Smith, A., Representative Highland, and Representative Gartner are appointed to replace Representative Smith, A., Representative Mason, and Representative Gartner on the Conference Committee3/29/2022 2:18:02 PMHouse
HB2106Representative Mason is appointed to replace Representative Highland on the Conference Committee3/30/2022 11:34:42 AMHouse
HB2106Conference committee report now available4/1/2022 10:26:43 AMSenate
HB2106Conference Committee Report agree to disagree adopted; Senator Tyson, Senator Peck and Senator Holland appointed as second conferees4/1/2022 10:37:22 AMSenate
HB2106Conference Committee Report agree to disagree adopted; Representative Smith, A., Representative Mason and Representative Gartner appointed as second conferees4/1/2022 12:49:52 PMHouse
HB2106Conference committee report now available4/1/2022 10:47:13 PMSenate
HB2106Motion to suspend Joint Rule 4 (k) to allow consideration adopted;4/27/2022 3:53:52 PMSenate
HB2106Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 39 Nay: 04/27/2022 4:59:12 PMSenate
HB2106Motion to suspend Joint Rule 4 (k) to allow consideration adopted;4/28/2022 8:56:17 PMHouse
HB2106Substitute motion to not adopt and appoint a conference committee failed Yea: 39 Nay: 754/28/2022 10:02:16 PMHouse
HB2106Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 114 Nay: 34/28/2022 10:29:08 PMHouse
HB2106Engrossed on Friday, April 29, 20225/2/2022 3:01:30 PMHouse
HB2106Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, May 6, 20225/6/2022 10:14:16 AMHouse
HB2106Approved by Governor on Wednesday, May 11, 20225/12/2022 12:36:11 PMHouse

Bill Number: HB2239

Sponsor Names: Committee on Assessment and Taxation,

Providing tax credits for graduates of aerospace and aviation-related educational programs and employers of program graduates, school and classroom supplies purchased by teachers, contributions to community colleges and technical colleges, qualified railroad track maintenance expenditures of short line railroads and associated rail siding owners or lessees and expanding eligibility, amount and transferability of the research and development tax credit, providing homestead property tax refunds from the income tax refund fund to certain persons based on the increase in property tax over the base year property tax amount, providing for an additional personal income tax exemption for 100% disabled veterans, establishing the salt parity act to allow pass-through entities to elect to pay state income tax at the entity level, establishing a checkoff for contributions to the Kansas historic site fund, establishing a revenue neutral rate complaint process for tax levies, authorizing the county clerk to limit the amount of ad valorem taxes to be levied in certain circumstances, establishing a deadline for budgets to be filed with the director of accounts and reports, requiring roll call votes and publication of information to exceed the revenue neutral rate, classifying certain agritourism activities and zoos as land devoted to agricultural use, classifying land devoted to agriculture that is subject to the federal grassland conservation reserve program as grassland, establishing a property tax exemption for antique utility trailers, allowing for the proration of value when certain personal property is acquired or sold prior to September 1 of any tax year, providing for the exemption of inventory and work-in-progress machinery and equipment for telecommunications machinery and equipment, increasing the extent of exemption for residential property from the statewide school levy, providing for abatement or credit of property tax for buildings and improvements destroyed or substantially destroyed by natural disaster, providing a sales tax exemption for certain fencing and for reconstructing, repairing or replacing certain fencing damaged or destroyed by a wildfire, flood, tornado or other natural disaster, excluding separately stated delivery charges from sales or selling price, removing the expiration on manufacturer cash rebates on motor vehicles, providing countywide retailers' sales tax authority for Wilson county, requiring disclosure of distribution of revenues on countywide retailers' sales tax ballot proposals, validating the election held to approve a retailers' sales tax levy by the city of Latham, extending the time period for eligibility in the loan repayment program and the income tax credit for rural opportunity zones, enacting the Gage park improvement authority act and providing for the creation of the Gage park improvement authority and an election for the imposition of a countywide sales tax sales tax within the boundaries of Shawnee county.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2239Introduced2/4/2021 11:07:50 AMHouse
HB2239Referred to2/5/2021 8:23:00 AMHouse
HB2239Hearing: Wednesday, February 17, 2021, 3:30 PM Room 346-S2/11/2021 12:00:21 PMHouse
HB2239Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by2/25/2021 1:21:47 PMHouse
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/4/2021 2:13:44 PMHouse
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted3/4/2021 2:14:03 PMHouse
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended3/4/2021 2:18:22 PMHouse
HB2239Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 123 Nay: 03/4/2021 4:33:37 PMHouse
HB2239Engrossed on Friday, March 5, 20213/10/2021 9:19:27 AMHouse
HB2239Received and Introduced3/10/2021 2:47:56 PMSenate
HB2239Referred to3/11/2021 11:20:42 AMSenate
HB2239Hearing: Monday, March 22, 2021, 9:30 AM Room 548-S3/18/2021 1:15:03 PMSenate
HB2239Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by3/26/2021 8:34:40 AMSenate
HB2239Withdrawn from Calendar, Rereferred to3/16/2022 6:00:30 PMSenate
HB2239Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/21/2022 3:48:51 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/23/2022 2:52:34 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted recommending substitute bill be passed3/23/2022 2:53:13 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Tyson3/23/2022 2:56:07 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Tyson was adopted3/23/2022 2:58:08 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Tyson3/23/2022 2:59:21 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Tyson was adopted3/23/2022 3:02:57 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Baumgardner3/23/2022 3:04:58 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Baumgardner was adopted3/23/2022 3:07:55 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Holland3/23/2022 3:12:02 PMSenate
HB2239Senator Hilderbrand raised a question of germaneness. The amendment was ruled not germane.3/23/2022 3:20:31 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Ruling of the chair was sustained Yea: 26 Nay: 93/23/2022 3:42:07 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Francisco3/23/2022 3:47:10 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Senator Francisco was adopted3/23/2022 3:52:28 PMSenate
HB2239Committee of the Whole - Substitute bill be passed as amended3/23/2022 3:56:40 PMSenate
HB2239Emergency Final Action - Substitute passed as amended; Yea: 36 Nay: 23/24/2022 2:02:46 AMSenate
HB2239Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed3/28/2022 3:33:22 PMHouse
HB2239Motion to accede adopted; Senator Tyson, Senator Peck and Senator Holland appointed as conferees3/29/2022 10:20:22 AMSenate
HB2239Representative Mason is appointed to replace Representative Highland on the Conference Committee3/30/2022 11:35:18 AMHouse
HB2239Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 39 Nay: 04/1/2022 5:28:37 PMSenate
HB2239Conference committee report now available4/1/2022 6:50:11 PMSenate
HB2239Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 103 Nay: 104/1/2022 9:48:32 PMHouse
HB2239Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, April 8, 20224/8/2022 10:02:27 AMHouse
HB2239Engrossed on Wednesday, April 6, 20224/11/2022 8:45:15 AMHouse
HB2239Approved by Governor on Thursday, April 14, 20224/15/2022 10:28:46 AMHouse

Bill Number: HB2466

Sponsor Names: Committee on Education,

Substitute for HB 2466 by Committee on Education - Establishing the promoting advancement in computing knowledge act to increase the availability of computer science education in Kansas schools and the career technical education credentialing and student transitioning to employment success pilot program; also exempting national assessment providers from the student online personal protection act.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2466Prefiled for Introduction on Wednesday, January 5, 20221/5/2022 3:37:55 PMHouse
HB2466Introduced1/10/2022 2:11:23 PMHouse
HB2466Referred to1/11/2022 9:46:42 AMHouse
HB2466Hearing: Tuesday, January 25, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 218-N1/19/2022 10:39:57 AMHouse
HB2466Hearing: Tuesday, February 1, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 218-N1/26/2022 9:49:19 AMHouse
HB2466Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by2/17/2022 12:08:45 PMHouse
HB2466Committee of the Whole - Now working on2/22/2022 4:22:59 PMHouse
HB2466Committee of the Whole - Passed over and retain a place on the calendar2/22/2022 4:23:16 PMHouse
HB2466Withdrawn from Calendar; Referred to2/23/2022 12:00:49 PMHouse
HB2466Withdrawn from Committee on Appropriations and re-referred to Committee of the Whole3/1/2022 11:12:25 AMHouse
HB2466Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/9/2022 1:02:55 PMHouse
HB2466Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted recommending substitute bill be passed3/9/2022 1:03:05 PMHouse
HB2466Committee of the Whole - Substitute bill be passed3/9/2022 1:12:03 PMHouse
HB2466Emergency Final Action - Substitute passed; Yea: 115 Nay: 43/9/2022 1:24:59 PMHouse
HB2466Received and Introduced3/9/2022 2:50:53 PMSenate
HB2466Referred to3/10/2022 8:03:17 AMSenate
HB2466Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/17/2022 3:09:48 PMSenate
HB2466Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/23/2022 5:52:45 PMSenate
HB2466Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted3/23/2022 5:53:31 PMSenate
HB2466Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended3/23/2022 6:18:16 PMSenate
HB2466Emergency Final Action - Substitute passed as amended; Yea: 27 Nay: 113/24/2022 2:08:21 AMSenate
HB2466Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed3/28/2022 3:25:53 PMHouse
HB2466Motion to accede adopted; Senator Baumgardner, Senator Erickson and Senator Sykes appointed as conferees3/29/2022 10:26:17 AMSenate
HB2466Conference committee report now available4/1/2022 1:46:08 PMSenate
HB2466Conference Committee Report agree to disagree adopted; Senator Baumgardner, Senator Erickson and Senator Sykes appointed as second conferees4/1/2022 1:56:57 PMSenate
HB2466Conference Committee Report agree to disagree adopted; Representative Huebert, Representative Thomas and Representative Stogsdill appointed as second conferees4/1/2022 5:25:11 PMHouse
HB2466Motion to suspend Joint Rule 4 (k) to allow consideration adopted;4/27/2022 11:04:07 AMSenate
HB2466Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 29 Nay: 64/27/2022 11:29:17 AMSenate
HB2466Conference committee report now available4/27/2022 11:33:30 AMSenate
HB2466Motion to suspend Joint Rule 4 (k) to allow consideration adopted;4/27/2022 2:48:50 PMHouse
HB2466Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 109 Nay: 104/27/2022 3:40:21 PMHouse
HB2466Engrossed on Thursday, April 28, 20224/28/2022 8:49:13 PMHouse
HB2466Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, May 6, 20225/6/2022 10:14:02 AMHouse
HB2466Approved by Governor on Monday, May 9, 20225/10/2022 3:10:43 PMHouse

Bill Number: HB2512

Sponsor Names: Committee on K-12 Education Budget,

Substitute for Substitute for HB 2512 by Committee on K-12 Education Budget - Making appropriations for the Kansas state department of education for FY 2022, FY 2023 and FY 2024, establishing requirements relating to academic achievement and third-grade literacy, authorizing credits to be earned through alternative educational opportunities, requiring KSHSAA members and employees to report child abuse and neglect, requiring boards of education of school districts to consider district needs assessments and academic assessments when approving district budgets, authorizing part-time enrollment for certain students, establishing an alternative graduation rate calculation for virtual schools, providing virtual school state aid for credit deficient students and amending the age of initial eligibility for the tax credit for low income students scholarship program.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Kansas register.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2512Introduced1/20/2022 11:21:48 AMHouse
HB2512Referred to1/21/2022 8:24:23 AMHouse
HB2512Hearing: Wednesday, January 26, 2022, 3:30 PM Room 546-S1/24/2022 11:35:15 AMHouse
HB2512Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by2/17/2022 12:11:24 PMHouse
HB2512Withdrawn from Calendar; Referred to2/23/2022 12:00:55 PMHouse
HB2512Withdrawn from Committee on Appropriations; Referred to3/7/2022 11:13:12 AMHouse
HB2512Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by3/17/2022 12:07:43 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/22/2022 1:08:58 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted recommending substitute bill be passed3/22/2022 1:09:49 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Hoffman3/22/2022 1:11:51 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Hoffman was adopted3/22/2022 1:12:21 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Winn3/22/2022 1:15:52 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Winn was rejected3/22/2022 1:21:30 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Tarwater3/22/2022 1:22:58 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Tarwater was adopted3/22/2022 1:44:52 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Owens3/22/2022 1:46:05 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Owens was adopted3/22/2022 1:55:10 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Ousley3/22/2022 1:56:40 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Ousley was adopted Yea: 58 Nay: 543/22/2022 2:04:11 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Hoye3/22/2022 2:06:22 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Hoye was rejected Yea: 38 Nay: 813/22/2022 2:14:13 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Hoye3/22/2022 2:15:44 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Hoye was rejected Yea: 44 Nay: 733/22/2022 2:19:00 PMHouse
HB2512Motion to Reconsider Adopted Yea: 75 Nay: 453/22/2022 2:29:54 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Ousley was rejected Yea: 50 Nay: 703/22/2022 2:31:05 PMHouse
HB2512Committee of the Whole - Substitute bill be passed as amended3/22/2022 2:31:53 PMHouse
HB2512Final Action - Substitute passed as amended; Yea: 76 Nay: 463/23/2022 10:24:37 AMHouse
HB2512Received and Introduced3/28/2022 10:17:13 AMSenate
HB2512Engrossed on Wednesday, March 23, 20223/28/2022 11:23:14 AMHouse
HB2512Referred to3/29/2022 9:29:22 AMSenate

Bill Number: HB2567

Sponsor Names: Committee on Ways and Means,

Senate Substitute for HB 2567 by Committee on Ways and Means - Making appropriations for the Kansas state department of education for FY 22, FY 23 and FY 24; enacting the every child can read act; authorizing course credits to be earned outside the classroom; making members of the Kansas state high school activities association mandatory reporters of child abuse and neglect; requiring school districts to consider certain assessments when budgeting for the following school year; authorizing part-time school district enrollment; establishing open enrollment requirements for school districts; amending the initial age of eligibility for the tax credit for low income students scholarship program; making changes to the virtual school act and authorizing additional virtual school state aid; removing federal impact aid from the determination of local foundation aid; amending the capital improvement state aid formula; requiring the state department of education to report on student achievement outcomes; amending the Kansas promise scholarship act; establishing requirements for certain nonacademic surveys and questionnaires; increasing educational benefits for relatives of deceased, injured or disabled public safety officers, military personnel and prisoners of war; and authorizing additional education programs under the Jonson county education research triangle authority act.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Kansas register.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2567Introduced1/27/2022 11:10:35 AMHouse
HB2567Referred to1/28/2022 8:27:40 AMHouse
HB2567Hearing: Tuesday, February 8, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 582-N - CANCELED2/3/2022 10:28:36 AMHouse
HB2567Hearing: Thursday, February 10, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 582-N2/8/2022 4:08:18 PMHouse
HB2567Committee Report recommending bill be passed by2/16/2022 12:44:54 PMHouse
HB2567Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Proehl2/22/2022 3:34:42 PMHouse
HB2567Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Proehl was adopted2/22/2022 3:39:09 PMHouse
HB2567Committee of the Whole - Now working on2/22/2022 3:44:33 PMHouse
HB2567Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended2/22/2022 3:44:53 PMHouse
HB2567Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 114 Nay: 62/23/2022 10:42:13 AMHouse
HB2567Engrossed on Wednesday, February 23, 20222/23/2022 11:13:10 AMHouse
HB2567Received and Introduced3/1/2022 2:56:24 PMSenate
HB2567Referred to3/2/2022 12:10:39 PMSenate
HB2567Hearing: Wednesday, March 16, 2022, 10:30 AM Room 548-S3/9/2022 1:11:38 PMSenate
HB2567Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by3/11/2022 9:18:26 AMSenate
HB2567Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/22/2022 8:19:11 PMSenate
HB2567Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted recommending substitute bill be passed3/22/2022 8:19:40 PMSenate
HB2567Committee of the Whole - Substitute bill be passed3/22/2022 8:38:11 PMSenate
HB2567Final Action - Substitute passed; Yea: 39 Nay: 03/24/2022 2:11:48 AMSenate
HB2567Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed3/28/2022 3:33:46 PMHouse
HB2567Motion to accede adopted; Senator Baumgardner, Senator Erickson and Senator Sykes appointed as conferees3/29/2022 10:33:53 AMSenate
HB2567Representative Ousley is appointed to replace Representative Winn on the Conference Committee3/31/2022 3:12:11 PMHouse
HB2567Conference committee report now available3/31/2022 9:39:04 PMSenate
HB2567Conference Committee Report agree to disagree adopted; Senator Baumgardner, Senator Erickson and Senator Sykes appointed as second conferees3/31/2022 9:51:09 PMSenate
HB2567Conference Committee Report agree to disagree adopted; Representative Williams, Representative Hoffman and Representative Ousley appointed as second conferees3/31/2022 11:33:41 PMHouse
HB2567Conference committee report now available4/1/2022 8:44:15 PMSenate
HB2567Conference committee report now available4/28/2022 1:23:41 PMSenate
HB2567Motion to suspend Joint Rule 4 (k) to allow consideration adopted;4/28/2022 2:09:48 PMSenate
HB2567Motion to suspend Joint Rule 4 (k) to allow consideration adopted;4/28/2022 3:25:52 PMHouse
HB2567Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 24 Nay: 144/28/2022 4:22:12 PMSenate
HB2567Rep. Highberger challenged consideration under Joint Rule 3(f) regarding the number of bills that may be contained in a conference committee report. The bill was ruled to be in order.4/28/2022 5:05:27 PMHouse
HB2567Rep. Highberger challenged consideration under Joint Rule 3(f) regarding the requirement that included bills have passed at least one chamber during the current biennium. The bill was ruled to be in order.4/28/2022 5:25:36 PMHouse
HB2567Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 75 Nay: 454/28/2022 5:53:05 PMHouse
HB2567Reengrossed on Monday, May 2, 20225/2/2022 3:04:08 PMHouse
HB2567Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, May 6, 20225/6/2022 10:18:48 AMHouse
HB2567Approved by Governor on Monday, May 16, 20225/16/2022 3:58:52 PMHouse

Bill Number: HB2596

Sponsor Names: Committee on Transportation,

Authorizing the board of education of a school district to contract with transportation network companies to provide certain transportation services.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2596Introduced2/3/2022 11:03:28 AMHouse
HB2596Referred to2/4/2022 8:38:52 AMHouse
HB2596Hearing: Wednesday, February 9, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 582-N2/4/2022 9:35:18 AMHouse
HB2596Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by2/17/2022 12:12:09 PMHouse
HB2596Withdrawn from Calendar; Referred to2/23/2022 12:01:22 PMHouse
HB2596Withdrawn from Committee on Appropriations and re-referred to Committee of the Whole3/1/2022 11:15:41 AMHouse
HB2596Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/23/2022 12:29:33 PMHouse
HB2596Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted3/23/2022 12:29:50 PMHouse
HB2596Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Francis3/23/2022 12:32:06 PMHouse
HB2596Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Francis was adopted3/23/2022 12:37:07 PMHouse
HB2596Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended3/23/2022 12:38:28 PMHouse
HB2596Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 122 Nay: 03/23/2022 1:04:04 PMHouse
HB2596Received and Introduced3/28/2022 10:17:40 AMSenate
HB2596Engrossed on Thursday, March 24, 20223/28/2022 11:48:21 AMHouse
HB2596Referred to3/29/2022 9:29:38 AMSenate

Bill Number: HB2597

Sponsor Names: Committee on Assessment and Taxation,

Senate Substitute for HB 2597 by Committee on Assessment and Taxation – Establishing a property tax revenue neutral rate complaint process, authorizing the county clerk to limit the amount of ad valorem taxes to be levied in certain circumstances, establishing a deadline for budgets to be filed with the director of accounts and reports, requiring roll call votes and publication of information, amending the definition of land devoted to agricultural use for property tax purposes to include incidental agritourism activity and zoos, providing for land devoted to agricultural use that is subject to the federal grassland conservation reserve program to be classified as grassland, establishing a property tax exemption for antique utility trailers and allowing for the proration of value for property tax purposes when certain personal property is acquired or sold prior to September 1 of any tax year.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2597Introduced2/3/2022 11:03:34 AMHouse
HB2597Referred to2/4/2022 8:38:55 AMHouse
HB2597Hearing: Thursday, February 10, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 582-N2/4/2022 9:35:18 AMHouse
HB2597Committee Report recommending bill be passed by2/15/2022 11:55:41 AMHouse
HB2597Committee of the Whole - Now working on2/22/2022 11:07:24 AMHouse
HB2597Committee of the Whole - Be passed2/22/2022 11:11:52 AMHouse
HB2597Final Action - Passed; Yea: 116 Nay: 52/23/2022 10:47:16 AMHouse
HB2597Received and Introduced3/1/2022 2:56:48 PMSenate
HB2597Referred to3/2/2022 12:10:51 PMSenate
HB2597Withdrawn from Committee on Transportation; Referred to3/16/2022 5:59:32 PMSenate
HB2597Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by3/21/2022 2:11:31 PMSenate
HB2597Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/23/2022 10:49:30 AMSenate
HB2597Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted recommending substitute bill be passed3/23/2022 10:50:03 AMSenate
HB2597Committee of the Whole - Substitute bill be passed3/23/2022 10:54:18 AMSenate
HB2597Emergency Final Action - Substitute passed; Yea: 32 Nay: 63/24/2022 2:13:07 AMSenate
HB2597Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed3/28/2022 3:34:46 PMHouse
HB2597Motion to accede adopted; Senator Tyson, Senator Peck and Senator Holland appointed as conferees3/29/2022 10:36:14 AMSenate
HB2597Representative Mason is appointed to replace Representative Highland on the Conference Committee3/30/2022 11:42:53 AMHouse
HB2597Conference committee report now available4/1/2022 8:51:03 PMSenate

Bill Number: HB2703

Sponsor Names: Committee on Commerce, Labor and Economic Development,

Changing law relating to employment including employment security law provisions regarding the employment security fund status and employer contribution rates and the definition of employment to conform with federal law, making revisions to the department of labor’s my reemployment plan program and enacting the Kansas targeted employment act to facilitate employment of persons with developmental disabilities through a tax credit incentive for employers.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2703Introduced2/11/2022 9:05:23 AMHouse
HB2703Hearing: Wednesday, February 16, 2022, 1:30 PM Room 346-S2/11/2022 11:52:55 AMHouse
HB2703Referred to2/14/2022 9:35:23 AMHouse
HB2703Committee Report recommending bill be passed by2/21/2022 11:50:05 AMHouse
HB2703Committee of the Whole - Now working on2/22/2022 4:09:05 PMHouse
HB2703Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Clayton2/22/2022 4:14:52 PMHouse
HB2703Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Clayton was rejected Yea: 37 Nay: 802/22/2022 4:17:45 PMHouse
HB2703Committee of the Whole - Be passed2/22/2022 4:19:01 PMHouse
HB2703Final Action - Passed; Yea: 121 Nay: 02/23/2022 10:53:58 AMHouse
HB2703Received and Introduced3/1/2022 2:57:18 PMSenate
HB2703Referred to3/2/2022 12:11:06 PMSenate
HB2703Hearing: Thursday, March 10, 2022, 10:30 AM Room 546-S3/2/2022 12:50:50 PMSenate
HB2703Hearing: Monday, March 14, 2022, 10:30 AM Room 546-S3/9/2022 4:27:33 PMSenate
HB2703Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/16/2022 4:15:47 PMSenate
HB2703Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/22/2022 5:30:58 PMSenate
HB2703Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted3/22/2022 5:31:22 PMSenate
HB2703Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended3/22/2022 5:32:44 PMSenate
HB2703Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 39 Nay: 03/24/2022 2:14:54 AMSenate
HB2703Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed3/28/2022 3:20:12 PMHouse
HB2703Motion to accede adopted; Senator Erickson, Senator Dietrich and Senator Holland appointed as conferees3/29/2022 10:38:47 AMSenate
HB2703Conference committee report now available3/31/2022 6:21:26 PMSenate
HB2703Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 39 Nay: 03/31/2022 8:49:32 PMSenate
HB2703Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 110 Nay: 33/31/2022 11:25:46 PMHouse
HB2703Engrossed on Tuesday, April 5, 20224/5/2022 8:47:42 AMHouse
HB2703Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, April 8, 20224/8/2022 10:05:03 AMHouse
HB2703Approved by Governor on Monday, April 18, 20224/18/2022 3:05:16 PMHouse

Bill Number: HB2711

Sponsor Names: Committee on Taxation,

Reducing the rate of sales and compensating use taxes on all sales and further reducing the rate on sales of food and food ingredients and making the food sales income tax credit refundable.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2711Introduced2/16/2022 11:14:58 AMHouse
HB2711Referred to2/17/2022 9:31:48 AMHouse
HB2711Hearing: Wednesday, March 2, 2022, 3:30 PM Room 346-S2/23/2022 1:00:26 PMHouse
HB2711Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by3/17/2022 12:10:59 PMHouse

Bill Number: HB2712

Sponsor Names: Committee on Appropriations,

Establishing the Kansas commission for the United States semiquincentennial.

Effective Date:  This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute book.


Bill NumberStatusOccurred DateChamber
HB2712Introduced2/17/2022 11:27:02 AMHouse
HB2712Referred to2/18/2022 9:13:52 AMHouse
HB2712Hearing: Thursday, March 3, 2022, 9:00 AM Room 112-N2/22/2022 10:35:49 AMHouse
HB2712Committee Report recommending bill be passed by3/15/2022 1:05:37 PMHouse
HB2712Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/17/2022 11:27:38 AMHouse
HB2712Committee of the Whole - Be passed3/17/2022 11:32:39 AMHouse
HB2712Emergency Final Action - Passed; Yea: 119 Nay: 13/17/2022 11:47:39 AMHouse
HB2712Received and Introduced3/17/2022 2:56:45 PMSenate
HB2712Referred to3/18/2022 9:23:40 AMSenate
HB2712Hearing: Tuesday, March 22, 2022, 8:00 AM Room 548-S3/21/2022 3:06:22 PMSenate
HB2712Committee Report recommending bill be passed by3/22/2022 2:19:34 PMSenate
HB2712Committee of the Whole - Now working on3/23/2022 10:35:27 AMSenate
HB2712Committee of the Whole - Be passed3/23/2022 10:38:06 AMSenate
HB2712Emergency Final Action - Passed; Yea: 39 Nay: 03/24/2022 2:15:37 AMSenate
HB2712Enrolled and presented to Governor on Wednesday, March 30, 20223/30/2022 4:26:53 PMHouse
HB2712Approved by Governor on Thursday, April 7, 20224/7/2022 3:07:27 PMHouse

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