Mary Lou Marzian represents House District 34 in the Kentucky House, is a member of three committees, and is the primary sponsor of 542 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 female genital mutilation. Create a new section of KRS Chapter 508 to create a Class A felony relating to female genital mutilation; create a new section of KRS Chapter 211 to require the Department for Public Health in the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to develop, produce, and disseminate education materials related to female genital mutilation; amend KRS 620.030 establishing that if a person knows or has reasonable cause to believe that a child is a victim of female genital mutilation, then that person shall immediately make an oral or written report to the appropriate authorities.
AN ACT relating to screening for hepatitis C. Amend KRS 214.160 to establish that all pregnant women be tested for hepatitis C and recommend testing for children born from a pregnant woman who has a positive hepatitis C test result.
Express support for the Republic of Korea and the Winter Olympic Games, and support the trade agreement between the United States and the Republic of Korea.
AN ACT relating to telecommunications. Amend KRS 278.5461 to include a definition of "personally identifiable information"; amend KRS 278.5462 to provide that no telecommunications or Internet service provider shall collect personally identifiable information from a customer as a result of the customer's use of the telecommunications or Internet services without the customer's express written approval.
Recognize the role that the hospitality industry can play in disrupting child sex trafficking and encouraging residents, employees, and agencies to use hotels and venues which are signatories of the Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct.