Kansas State Legislature

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125 Representatives
  • 85 Republicans
  • 40 Democrats
40 Senators
  • 29 Republicans
  • 11 Democrats

Bills

Recently Introduced

SCR 1619

Providing for the first adjournment of the Senate and House of Representatives for a period of time during the 2024 regular session of the Legislature.

SB 530

Providing that residential housing constructed through loans or grants from the state housing trust fund shall meet certain energy conservation standards.

  • Introduced Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by Committee On Federal And State Affairs

SB 531

Creating a civil cause of action against schools that give or make available harmful material to minors and removing the affirmative defense to promotion to minors of material harmful to minors for public and nonpublic schools.

  • Introduced Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by Committee On Federal And State Affairs

SB 532

Establishing a blueprint for literacy to create a literacy advisory committee, appoint a director of literacy education, require the state board of regents and the state board of education to collaborate on a literacy micro-credential and professional development, authorize the state board of regents to recommend diagnostic and formative literacy assessments, authorize university presidents and deans of education oversight over postsecondary literacy courses and require a plan to establish centers of excellence in reading.

  • Introduced Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by Committee On Assessment And Taxation
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Recently Passed

SB 362

Repealing the expiration provisions of the Sedgwick county urban area nuisance abatement act.

  • Introduced Jan 18 2024
  • Received and Introduced Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by Committee On Local Government

SB 190

Requiring a waiver of extradition proceedings as a condition of release prior to trial for any person charged with a felony.

  • Introduced Feb 07 2023
  • Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 31 Nay: 6 Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by Committee On Judiciary

HB 2557

Expanding the definition of "peer support counseling session" in the rules of evidence.

  • Introduced Jan 19 2024
  • Final Action - Passed; Yea: 108 Nay: 12 Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by Committee On Judiciary

HB 2353

Increasing the amount of time a person may be held for treatment and adding criteria for when continued treatment may be ordered under the care and treatment act for mentally ill persons.

  • Introduced Feb 08 2023
  • Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 119 Nay: 0 Feb 22 2024
  • Sponsored by Committee On Judiciary
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2023-2024 Regular Session 1471
2021 Special Session 7
2021-2022 Regular Session 1457
2020 Special Session 37
2019-2020 Regular Session 1398
2017-2018 Regular Session 1464

Sources

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