Tom Burch represents House District 30 in the Kentucky House, is a member of three committees, and is the primary sponsor of 416 bills.
AN ACT relating to employer funding for the County Employees Retirement System and declaring an emergency. Amend KRS 61.565 to establish a phase-in of the actuarially required employer contributions to the County Employees Retirement System (CERS) so that by July 1, 2024, the full actuarially required contribution rate is paid; provide that the maximum annual increase in projected dollars paid shall not exceed 10% of the value from the prior fiscal year through June 30, 2023, provide that rates payable by CERS employers from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2023; shall be based upon the assumptions established in the 2017 actuarial valuation; require the systems' board of trustees to amend employer rates payable on or after July 1, 2018, accordingly; EMERGENCY.
AN ACT relating to employment schedules. Create new sections of KRS Chapter 337 requiring employers to give employees a good faith schedule of hours to be worked; require employers to have a voluntary standby list of employees who wish to work additional hours and to post weekly schedules at least 7 days in advance; require employers to provide certain rest periods for employees; allow employees to identify time limitations for scheduling work hours; require compensation for employer changes to the schedule; set forth unlawful practices; amend KRS 337.990 to establish a penalty of $500 to $2,000 for a violation of these provisions.
Honor the victims of the Marshall County High School shooting and offer encouragement and support to the entire Marshall County community.
AN ACT relating to retired justices and judges. Amend KRS 423.010 to provide that retired justices and judges shall have the powers of notaries public.
Adjourn in honor and loving memory of Charles Emmett "Charlie" Horlander.
AN ACT relating to employment. Amend KRS 336.130 to delete references restricting rights of public employees to organize, associate collectively, or strike; amend KRS 336.180 to amend definition of "labor organization" and delete definitions of "employer" and "employee"; amend KRS 336.990 to conform; amend KRS 67A.6904 to allow urban-county governments to make an agreement with a labor organization to require as a condition of employment membership therein; amend KRS 67C.406 to allow consolidated local governments to make an agreement with a labor organization to require as a condition of employment membership therein; amend KRS 70.262, 78.470, and 78.480 to remove exceptions; amend KRS 345.050 to allow public employers to make an agreement with a labor organization to require as a condition of employment membership therein; repeal KRS 65.016, KRS 336.132, and KRS 336.134.