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Reginald Thomas

Democratic — Senator — District 13
Available Terms:
  • 2013-2014
  • 2015-2016
  • 2017-2018

Reginald Thomas represents Senate District 13 in the Kentucky Senate, is a member of four committees, and is the primary sponsor of 172 bills.

  • Capitol Office:

    702 Capitol Ave
    Annex Room 255
    Frankfort KY 40601
    Phone: 502-564-8100 x608
    Fax: 502-564-0777

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

  • SR 37

    Adjourn in honor and loving memory of Paul Martin Clark Sr.

  • SB 90

    AN ACT relating to breast-feeding. Amend KRS 211.755 to establish that a mother breast-feeding a child or expressing milk in any location, public or private, where the mother and child are otherwise authorized to be shall report any violations to the local health department, independent health department, or county health department, having jurisdiction for the county in which the violation occurred; provide that the local health department, independent health department, or county health department shall conduct an investigation of any reported violation; amend KRS 211.990 to establish a fine of $500 for the first offense and $1,000 for each subsequent offense for any person or municipality that violates KRS 211.755(2) or (3).

  • SR 18

    Adjourn in honor and loving memory of Fred Franklin Bradley.

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  • SB 84

    AN ACT relating to school health coordinators. Amend KRS 156.502 to create the position of school health coordinaor in Kentucky schools.

  • SCR 21

    Recognize the importance of diversifying energy sources for generating electricity in Kentucky; encourage the development of a statewide energy strategy.

  • SB 46

    AN ACT relating to the regulation of firearms and ammunition by local governments. Create a new section of KRS Chapter 65 to allow urban-county governments and consolidated local governments to regulate firearms and ammunition to reduce gun violence, except when state or federal law preemepts local governance; amend KRS 65.870 to conform.

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