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Kansas State Legislature

125 Representatives
  • 84 Republicans
  • 41 Democrats
40 Senators
  • 29 Republicans
  • 11 Democrats
0 House Committees
0 Senate Committees


Recently Introduced

SCR 1616

Ratifying and providing continuation of the Governor's state of disaster emergency declarations on and after March 12, 2020, through January 25, 2021.

SCR 1615

Adjournment of the Senate and the House of Representatives for a period of time during the 2020 regular session of the Legislature; extending such session beyond 90 calendar days.

HR 6041

Recognizing Kansas' celebration of the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America.

SB 502

Creating the Kansas historic site fund checkoff.

  • Introduced Mar 18 2020
  • Referred to Committee on Assessment and Taxation Mar 19 2020
  • Sponsored by Committee On Assessment And Taxation
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Recently Passed

HB 2585

Senate Substitute for HB 2585 by Committee on Utilities - Exempting certain public utilities from Kansas income taxation and allowing the state corporation commission to approve certain contract and reduced electric rates and associated cost recovery from all rate classes.

  • Introduced Feb 06 2020
  • Concurred with amendments; Yea: 75 Nay: 45 May 21 2020
  • Sponsored by Committee On Utilities, Committee On Energy, Utilities And Telecommunications

HB 2466

Enacting the Kansas taxpayer protection act; requiring the signature and tax identification number of paid tax return preparers on income tax returns; authorizing actions to enjoin paid tax return preparers from engaging in certain conduct.

  • Introduced Jan 22 2020
  • Motion to accede adopted; Senator Wilborn, Senator Rucker and Senator Miller appointed as conferees May 21 2020
  • Sponsored by Committee On Taxation

HB 2034

Senate Substitute for HB 2034 by Committee on Judiciary - Requiring restitution be due immediately unless the court orders a payment plan.

  • Introduced Jan 16 2019
  • Concurred with amendments; Yea: 114 Nay: 3 May 21 2020
  • Sponsored by Committee On Judiciary, Committee On Federal And State Affairs

HB 2702

Decoupling the KIT and KIR workforce training programs from the high performance incentive fund program and enhancing the workforce training tax credit.

  • Introduced Feb 14 2020
  • Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 89 Nay: 28 May 21 2020
  • Sponsored by Committee On Commerce, Labor And Economic Development
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2019-2020 Regular Session 1398
2017-2018 Regular Session 1464


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