HB 106 (BR 155) - C. Belcher, R. Damron, T. Riner
AN ACT relating to a child identification program.
Amend KRS 186.412 to require the Transportation Cabinet to implement a child identification program for children ages 2 to 15; require a color photo ID and a means to store and retrieve child information; require a fee of $4 to be charged for the card; require a Social Security number and birth certificate for the card application; require the card to contain a child's name and the number of the Kentucky Missing Person Clearinghouse; require the card to expire every 2 years.
HB 106 - AMENDMENTS
HCS - Retain provisions of the original bill with the following exceptions: make ID valid for 4 years instead of 2 years; allow for IDs to be updated with a current photo and information at a cost of $4, with the fee to be distributed evenly between the Transportation Cabinet and the Administrative Office of the Courts; specify that the descriptive data and a photo image of the child shall be stored in the Kentucky Driver's License Information System and subject to the provisions of the Federal Driver Privacy Protection Act; specify who may access and use the data in the system; EFFECTIVE January 1, 2003.
HFA (1, C. Belcher) - Specify that $2 of the $4 fee for initial and replacement child IDs be retained by the circuit clerk to defray administrative expenses of the program rather than go to the Administrative Office of the Courts.
SFA (1, R. Stivers) - Specify that the administrative fee for the child identification program is to be returned to the Administrative Office of the Courts and add a subsection to provide that fees designated under this section for use by the Administrative Office of the Courts shall be used for deputy clerks.
SFA (2, R. Stivers) - Specify that the administrative fee of the circuit clerks for the child identification program is to be placed by the Administrative Office of the Courts in a trust and agency account and used to hire additional deputy clerks and enhance deputy clerk salaries.
SFA (3, E. Tori) - Add a new Section 2 to require the Transportation Cabinet to request a waiver from the Federal Highway Administration to use pigmented binder materials in a demonstration project at a school crosswalk; upon the waiver being granted, require the Senate Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Protection Committee to direct the cabinet where to conduct the demonstration project; renumber existing "Section 2" as "Section 3".
SFA (4/Title, E. Tori) - Amend the title to read as follows: "AN ACT relating to transportation.".
(Prefiled by the sponsor(s))
Jan 8-introduced in House; to Transportation (H)
Jan 30-posted in committee; posting waived
Jan 31-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
Feb 1-2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Monday, February 4, 2002
Feb 5-floor amendment (1) filed to Committee Substitute
Feb 6-3rd reading, passed 95-0 with Committee Substitute, floor amendment (1)
Feb 7-received in Senate
Feb 11-to Judiciary (S)
Mar 13-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar; floor amendment (1) filed
Mar 14-2nd reading, to Rules
Mar 15-floor amendment (2) filed
Mar 18-floor amendments (3) and (4-title) filed
Mar 20-recommitted to Appropriations and Revenue (S)
Mar 27-taken from committee; to Rules (S); posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Wednesday, March 27, 2002
Mar 28-3rd reading; floor amendment (1) withdrawn ; passed 33-0 with floor amendments (2) (3) and (4-title)
Mar 29-received in House; posted for passage for concurrence in Senate floor amendments (2) (3) and (4-title)
Apr 1-House concurred in Senate floor amendments (2) (3) and (4-title) ; passed 89-1
Apr 2-received in House; enrolled, signed by each presiding officer; delivered to Governor
Apr 9-signed by Governor (Acts ch. 261)