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Abortion, federal constitutional prohibition of - HCR 15
Adoption,
  • application fees - SB 16: HCS
  • health history information required - HB 469
  • home study, filing, requirements for - HB 30; SB 16: HCS
  • international, petition not required - HB 304; HB 304: SCS, HCS
  • international, recognition of - SB 16: HCS; HB 30: HFA (1)
Advisory council, Health and Family Services, permissive use by - HB 110: HCS
All-terrain vehicles, no person under age 16 shall operate - HB 86
Boarding school students, exempt from compulsory public school attendance - SB 71
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, protection of - HCR 17
Child
  • booster seat requirement, exempt children 8 years of age and older - HB 334: HFA(1)
  • booster seats, require and make violations a primary offense - HB 334
  • support, adjust for shared parenting time - HB 360
  • support, emancipation - HB 204: SFA(1), HCS
  • support, emancipation in case of mental disability - HB 204
  • support, modification for non-parent - HB 119: HFA(1)
  • support, modification of award for non-parent - HB 119; HB 119: HCS
  • support, update guidelines table - HB 359
Civil action, child sexual abuse, extend time limitations - HB 488
Cloning - HB 438
Commission for a Healthy Kentucky, creation of - SB 222; HB 56
Community-based and self-directed services, approach by Cabinet for Health Services - SJR 94
Controlled substance child endangerment - SB 63; SB 63: SFA (2)
Covenant marriage, create the option of entering into - HB 431
Custodial sexual misconduct - HB 180, 305; HB 180: HFA (1)
Custody, state, extension of commitment - HB 186
Daily physical activity for public school students, require - HB 71
Drivers' licenses, educational requirements - HB 317
Election essay and slogan contest, topics and monetary awards for - HB 141
Electricians, verifiable experience gained at age sixteen or seventeen applied toward licensure of - HB 419, 499
Elementary school, recess, physical activity in - SB 172: HFA(4),(6)
Embryos, prohibited acts related to - HB 386
Exemption from jury duty - HB 228
Expelled students, educational services for - HB 151
Foreign adoption, recognition of - SB 16
Foster
  • and adopted children, tuition waiver, participation during military service - HB 23
  • children, health care provided by the state to age 23 - HB 446
Friedreich's Ataxia Awareness Day, third Saturday in May recognized as - SR 60; HR 70
Governor's Scholars Program, reorganization of - SB 134
Graduated driver's license, requirements for intermediate and full license - HB 22: HCS
Health
  • and Family Services Cabinet, creation of - SB 47; HB 110
  • services, cigarette tax, increased funding due to - HB 486
High schools, physical activity in - SB 172: HFA(7),(8)
In vitro fertilization, prohibit the fertilization of more than one egg during the process of - HB 145
Inmate labor, leasing of - HB 75
Intermediate drivers's license, provisions of - HB 22
Interstate Compact for Juveniles - HB 46
James William Lazzaro and Madison Leigh Heflin Newborn Screening Act, cite as - SB 24: HCS
Juvenile sexual offenders, adjudication and treatment - HB 53
Kentucky
  • Commission on Autism Spectrum disorders, creation of - HB 296: HFA(1)
  • Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorders, creation of - HB 296
KinCare Support Program, creation of - HB 35
Lead,
  • blood testing as condition of school or day care enrollment - SB 216
  • elevated blood levels, testing and reporting of - HB 479
Local school district wellness policies, implementation of - HB 90
Marriage, judicial bypass procedure for pregnant minors - HB 16
Medical and education consent affidavits, combination of - HB 35: HCS
Medication
  • administration at school - HB 88: FCCR
Myositis Awareness Day, September 21 of each year recognized as - HB 366
Newborn
  • screening, provisions for - SB 25, 28
Offender registration, change in - HB 455
Parental interference, civil remedy for - HB 27; HB 27: HCS
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, October 15, 2005, declared as - HR 177
Reimbursement for school services provided for state agency children, increase funding for - HB 453
Required school physical activity for - SB 172: SFA(1),(2)
Schools,
  • food and beverage requirements in - SB 172: CCR, FCCR
  • food and beverages, requirements relating to - SB 172: HCS
  • health and nutrition - SB 172: SCS, SFA (3)
  • medications, immunity for reaction to - SB 189: HCA(1)
  • physical activity in - SB 172: HFA(1),(3)
Seat belt usage, primary offense - HB 334: HFA(2)
Sex
  • crimes against child family member, loss of parental authority - HB 368
  • offender registration, include distributors of child pornography - HB 268
  • offenders, bar from school grounds - HB 224
Sexual
  • Assault Awareness Month, declare March as - HR 107
  • Assault Awareness, declare March as - SR 47
  • offenses, enticement by telecommunications device, creation of crime and penalty - HB 209
  • offenses, use of electronic communications system to procure a minor - SB 106; SB 106: HFA (1)
  • relations, prohibit between school personnel and students - HB 52
Shared parenting time, adjust child support for - SB 202
Specific learning disability, redefine to include dyslexia and other conditions - HB 320
State Citizens Foster Care Review Board, election of chair and vice chair - HB 327
Status offenders, detention in secure facilities, require courts to review only written reports - HB 226
Student
  • harassment, intimidation, or bullying, definition of - HB 405; SB 189: HCS, HFA (2); HB 405: HFA (1)
  • harassment, intimidation, or bullying, definition of, protection from - SB 188
  • harassment, intimidation, or bullying, protection from - HB 405; SB 189: HCS, HFA (2); HB 405: HFA (1)
Students and teachers, awards for - HB 437
Support,
  • garnishment, lump sum payment, definition of - HB 155: HFA(1)
  • garnishment, lump sum payment, reporting of - HB 155: HCS
Truancy, determination of - HB 72
Truant students, agreement by board of education for police to take into custody - HB 408, 409
United States Department of Agriculture's Dietary Guidelines for Americans, schools to comply with - SB 172: HFA(5)

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