Addia Wuchner represents House District 66 in the Kentucky House, is a member of 0 committees, and is the primary sponsor of 437 bills.
AN ACT relating to the prevention of human trafficking, child abuse, and exploitation. Amend KRS 17.500 to include promoting human trafficking involving commercial sexual activity as a criminal offense against a minor if the victim is under 18; amend KRS 156.095 to require public schools to display the National Human Trafficking Reporting Hotline; amend KRS 156.070 to require the State Board of Education to address matters pertaining to the health and well-being of schoolchildren; create a new section of KRS Chapter 620 to require the cabinet to notify the school of a child whose custody has been granted to the cabinet as a result of dependency, neglect, or abuse of the persons authorized to contact the child at school; amend KRS 15.232 to give the Attorney General concurrent jurisdiction in human trafficking prosecutions; amend KRS 176.415 to require the Department of Highways to post the hotline number of the National Human Trafficking Resource Center in all rest areas; amend KRS 600.020 to add "take into protective custody" to the definition of "take into custody"; amend KRS 610.190 to allow a peace officer to take a child into protective custody under various circumstances; amend KRS 610.200 to allow peace officers to file a status offense complaint; amend KRS 610.220 to prohibit the placement of nonoffenders in secure or nonsecure detention; amend KRS 630.030 to allow circumstances under which a child may be taken into protective custody; amend KRS 15A.068 to require a person or organization operating a facility to file a report, notify the child's attorney, and petition for a transfer of custody; repeal KRS 610.012.
AN ACT relating to serious physical injury. Amend KRS 500.080 to add specific injuries to a child under 12 to the definition of "serious physical injury."
Adjourn in honor and loving memory of Justin and Stephanie Shults.
Honor the Kentucky Division of Historic Properties.
Honor Thomas More College's Sydney Moss upon being named NCAA Division III Player of the Year for the third consecutive season.
Honor the Thomas More College women's basketball team upon winning the NCAA Division III national championship.