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  1. Introduced Jan 24, 2014
  2. Passed House Mar 13, 2014
  3. Passed Senate
  4. Signed into Law

HB 256

Kentucky House Bill

AN ACT relating to the protection of vulnerable adults. Create a new section of KRS Chapter 209 to define terms; create a new section of KRS Chapter 209 to require the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to create and maintain an adult abuse registry; make the registry available electronically; prohibit unsubstantiated findings; prohibit placement of an individual on the registry unless all administrative appeals and judicial proceedings related to the appeal have been completed and upheld; prohibit a long-term-care facility or provider from employing an individual or volunteer whose name appears on the registry; amend KRS 209.140 to permit limited release of information related to the adult abuse registry to long-term-care providers.
Session:
2014 Regular Session
Bill Subjects:
Senior Issues Legal Issues Labor and Employment Other Health State Agencies
Sponsors (6):

Votes

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Actions

Date Chamber  
Mar 31, 2014 Senate taken from Judiciary (S); 1st reading; returned to Judiciary (S)
Mar 17, 2014 Senate to Judiciary (S)
Mar 14, 2014 Senate received in Senate
Mar 13, 2014 House 3rd reading, passed 99-0 with Committee Substitute
Mar 11, 2014 House posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 13, 2014
Mar 7, 2014 House 2nd reading, to Rules
Mar 6, 2014 House reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar with Committee Substitute
Jan 30, 2014 House posted in committee
Jan 27, 2014 House to Health & Welfare (H)
Jan 24, 2014 House introduced in House

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