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  • Writer's pictureDr. Frank Simon

2024 Bills to Support and Oppose in the KY Legislature

Kentuckians for Freedom

Legislation Recommendations Summary



 Click on the links for more information about each bill

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Support:

  • House Bill 44 (Voter roll election integrity bill)

  • House Bill 49 and Senate Bill 239 (The Healthcare Heroes Recruitment and Retention Act, which is a physician right of conscience bill)

  • House Bill 177 (No mandatory Covid19 vaccines for kids)

  • House Bill 191 (School Board enforcement of no Erotic Literature in Public Schools)

  • House Bill 304 (School Accountability and Parental Rights Bill)

  • House Bill 346 (Baby Olivia Act)

  • Senate Bill 6 (No mandatory education meetings with divisive concepts; more protections for students for graduating; etc.)

  • Senate Bill 80 (Removal of credit cards and debit cards as legit ID to vote)

  • School choice for families

  • Elimination of property taxes for everyone, as a redesign of the tax code

 

Support or Amend:

 

  • House Bill 199 (Freestanding Birthing Center Bill that we like except for the certificate of need law restriction)

 

In the Middle:

  • House Bill 10 (Momnibus Bill that the ACLU, the Family Foundation, and Kentucky Right to Life support; pro-life but not pro-liberty; possibly expensive; and has some features that nonprofits could do rather than government)

 

Amend or Oppose:

  • House Bill 275 (Education Omnibus Bill that has good intentions behind most of it but sets a regulatory precedent and has too many rules for its certified private school framework)

 

Oppose:

  • Senate Bill 203 (the Horizons Act)

  • Senate Bill 155 (Uniform Commercial Code Central Bank Digital Currency Bill)

  • Senate Bill 99 (Legalization of abortion in cases of rape and incest)

  • House Bill 428 (Forcing insurance companies to cover elective abortions)

  • House Bill 429 (Legalization of assisting and financing Kentuckians to procure abortion procedures in other states without any records being sent to the government)

  • House Bill 450 (Age Verification for Social Media etc.: the bill is poor strategy even though the intention to keep kids safe online is good)



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