Mark Steffen

  • Kansas
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 34

Capitol Office

Room 235-E
Kansas State Capitol Building
300 SW 10th St.
Topeka, KS 66612

Phone 785-296-6981

Serving District 34

Sponsored Bills


SB 330

Authorizing the construction of a memorial honoring Kansas gold star families.

  • Introduced Jan 12 2022
  • Hearing: Tuesday, January 25, 2022, 10:30 AM Room 144-S Jan 19 2022

SB 2

Prohibiting certain acts by business entities, governmental entities or public officials based upon a person's vaccination status or possession of an immunity passport; ensuring a right to in-person visitation at medical care facilities and adult care homes; allowing patients to sign a liability waiver to be prescribed off-label use drugs; prohibiting certain public health orders related to isolation and quarantine, stay-at-home orders, curfews and face masks; limiting isolation or quarantine orders to recommendations and providing criminal penalties for certain violations; amending the employment security law to provide exceptions to benefit eligibility conditions and disqualification conditions based on an employee's unwillingness to receive a vaccination; amending the Kansas act against discrimination to define unlawful employment practices related to vaccination status or possession of an immunity passport; limiting state of disaster emergency powers of the governor related to stay-at-home orders, curfews and face masks; and amending provisions related to childhood immunizations required for attendance at a child care facility or school and exemptions from such requirements.

  • Introduced Nov 22 2021

SB 211

Allowing physicians to have patients sign a liability waiver for off-label use of prescription drugs.

  • Introduced Feb 10 2021
  • Referred to Committee on Public Health and Welfare Feb 11 2021

SB 212

Granting civil immunity for exposing another to infectious disease due to a lack of immunization, prohibiting an employer from taking adverse employment action based on an employee's immunization status, prohibiting the secretary of health and environment from requiring additional immunizations to attend a child care facility or school.

  • Introduced Feb 10 2021
  • Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by Committee on Public Health and Welfare Mar 29 2021
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