Addia Wuchner represents House District 66 in the Kentucky House, is a member of three committees, and is the primary sponsor of 443 bills.
AN ACT relating to school attendance. Amend KRS 159.070 to permit a student to enroll in the school nearest to their home, except in cases in which there are academic or skill prerequisites for attendance in the school.
AN ACT relating to the vaccination of postsecondary students. Create a new section of KRS Chapter 164 to require students entering postsecondary education institutions to submit documentation of vaccination for diseases required by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services; provide for religious exemption; provide that the cabinet is not required to pay for the vaccinations.
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.
Designate the Jack Reno Memorial Overpass in Boone County.
AN ACT relating to full disclosure in public safety and declaring an emergency. Create a new section of KRS 311.710 to 311.820 to create the Ultrasound Informed Consent Act to require an ultrasound prior to an abortion; amend KRS 311.990 to provide a criminal penalty; EMERGENCY.
AN ACT relating to prevailing wage and declaring an emergency. Amend various KRS sections to delete prevailing wage provisions; abolish the Prevailing Wage Review Board; make conforming amendments; create new section of KRS Chapter 65 to prohibit local governments from requiring employers to pay prevailing wage to employees; repeal KRS 337.505, 337.510, 337.512, 337.520, 337.522, 337.524, 337.525, 337.530, 337.540, 337.548, and 337.550, relating to prevailing wages in public works; apply this repeal to public works projects for which bids have not yet been awarded as of the effective date of the Act; EMERGENCY.