Tim Couch represents House District 90 in the Kentucky House, is a member of four committees, and is the primary sponsor of 310 bills.
AN ACT relating to preserving the right of Kentuckians to own and use firearms. Create a new section of KRS Chapter 237 to state legislative findings and make declarations that all federal laws and regulations commandeering state or local law enforcement to enforce federal restrictions of firearms are invalid and of no effect in Kentucky and that the General Assembly has the duty to enact all measures to prevent their enforcement; that the General Assembly has the duty to protect and defend the state and federal constitutions; and that proposed presidential actions relating to the acquisition, possession, and use of firearms and accessories are violative of presidential powers and citizens' rights under the federal constitution.
Direct the Transportation Cabinet to designate a portion of United States Highway 421 in Leslie County in honor of Hughes and Sallie Morgan.
Direct the Transportation Cabinet to designate a portion of Kentucky Route 1482 in Clay County as the "Amon Couch Memorial Highway."
AN ACT relating to the sale of tobacco products. Amend KRS 438.311 to allow minors to sell tobacco products on behalf of an employer.
Urge the United States Congress to enact economic incentives and tax relief for certain counties in the Commonwealth.
Direct the Transportation Cabinet to designate a bridge on Kentucky Route 80 in Leslie County as the "Corporal Gordon Jones Memorial Bridge."