SB 207 (BR 30) - R. Roeding, G. Johnson, M. Long, J. Pendleton
AN ACT relating to administrative regulations.
Amend KRS 13A.015 to require the notice of intent to include a detailed summary information relating to regulated entities, including impact on small businesses and individuals and special problems faced by them; amend KRS 13A.030 to specify that a subcommittee may make a nonbinding determination that an administrative regulation is deficient; amend KRS 13A.032 to specify that a finding of deficiency shall be competent evidence regarding the validity of an administrative regulation; amend KRS 13A.190 to establish requirements for the promulgation of an emergency administrative regulation; amend KRS 13A.210 to require administrative bodies to use any number of tiers that will solve most efficiently and effectively the problem the administrative regulation addresses and to specify the format and material to be included in the tiering statement; amend KRS 13A.220 to conform; amend KRS 13A.240 to specify format and material to be included in regulatory impact analysis; amend KRS 13A.245 to require the necessity, function and conformity paragraph to include information regarding compliance with federal requirements; amend KRS 13A.290 to specify the action taken by a legislative subcommittee to which administrative regulation is assigned.
SB 207 - AMENDMENTS
SCS - Retain the provisions of the original bill and correct an improper reference to Section 1 on page 21, line 25.
SFA (1, R. Roeding) - Amend to increase from two months to three months the time period in which an agency should have foreseen the need to promulgate an emergency administrative regulation.
HCS - Retain original provisions except delete the amendment to KRS 13A.030 by restoring the original language; state that emergency regulations can be promulgated only if there is imminent danger to the public health, safety, welfare or the property of a Kentucky citizen, to prevent a loss of federal or state funds, to meet a deadline established by state or federal law or regulations, or to protect human health and the environment; delete that the requirement of the assessment include the costs of compliance; amend KRS 13A.290 to state that the subcommittee may exercise the same authority granted in KRS 13A to the Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee; make technical changes.
Feb 3-introduced in Senate
Feb 7-to State and Local Government (S)
Feb 15-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar with Committee Substitute
Feb 16-2nd reading, to Rules
Feb 18-posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Wednesday, February 23, 2000
Feb 22-floor amendment (1) filed to Committee Substitute
Feb 23-taken from the Consent Orders of the Day, placed in the Regular Orders of the Day; 3rd reading, passed 37-0 with Committee Substitute, floor amendment (1)
Feb 24-received in House
Feb 25-to State Government (H)
Mar 1-posted in committee
Mar 14-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
Mar 15-2nd reading, to Rules
Mar 16-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, March 17, 2000
Mar 20-3rd reading, passed 95-0 with Committee Substitute
Mar 21-received in Senate
Mar 29-posted for passage for concurrence in House Committee Substitute ; taken from the Regular Orders of the Day, placed in the Consent Orders of the Day; Senate concurred in House Committee Substitute ; passed 37-0
Apr 11-enrolled, signed by each presiding officer, delivered to Governor