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  • Introduced
    Feb 09, 2021
  • Passed House
    Feb 23, 2022
  • Passed Senate
    Mar 23, 2022
  • Signed into Law
    Apr 25, 2022
HB 2299
Kansas House Bill
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Requiring retention of fingerprints by the Kansas bureau of investigation for participation in the federal rap back program; imposing restrictions on surveillance by certain employees of the Kansas department of wildlife and parks on private property; expanding the jurisdiction and powers of law enforcement officers to include situations when an activity is observed leading the officer to reasonably suspect a person is committing, has committed or is about to commit a crime and reasonably believe that a person is in imminent danger of death or bodily injury without immediate action; allowing a search warrant to be executed within 240 hours from the time of issuance; and directing the Kansas department for children and families to share certain information with investigating law enforcement agencies.
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House • Apr 25, 2022: Approved by Governor on Monday, April 18, 2022
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  • Apr 25, 2022 | House
    • Reengrossed on Sunday, April 3, 2022
    • Enrolled and presented to Governor on Friday, April 8, 2022
    • Approved by Governor on Monday, April 18, 2022
  • Apr 01, 2022 | House
    • Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 110 Nay: 3
  • Apr 01, 2022 | Senate
    • Conference committee report now available
    • Conference Committee Report was adopted; Yea: 40 Nay: 0
  • Mar 29, 2022 | Senate
    • Motion to accede adopted; Senator Warren, Senator Wilborn and Senator Haley appointed as conferees
  • Mar 28, 2022 | House
    • Nonconcurred with amendments; Conference Committee requested; appointed Representative Patton , Representative Ralph and Representative Carmichael as conferees
  • Mar 23, 2022 | Senate
    • Committee of the Whole - Committee Report be adopted
    • Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Senator Haley
    • Senator Hilderbrand raised a question of germaneness. The amendment was ruled not germane.
    • Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended
    • Emergency Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 39 Nay: 0
  • Mar 21, 2022 | Senate
    • Committee Report recommending bill be passed as amended by Committee on Judiciary
  • Mar 17, 2022 | Senate
    • Hearing: Thursday, March 17, 2022, 10:30 AM Room 346-S
  • Mar 02, 2022 | Senate
    • Referred to Committee on Judiciary
  • Mar 01, 2022 | Senate
    • Received and Introduced
  • Feb 23, 2022 | House
    • Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 119 Nay: 2
    • Engrossed on Tuesday, February 22, 2022
  • Feb 22, 2022 | House
    • Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Patton
    • Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Patton was adopted
    • Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Burris
    • Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Burris was adopted
    • Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Fairchild
    • Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Fairchild was rejected Yea: 35 Nay: 84
    • Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended
  • Jan 27, 2022 | House
    • Committee Report recommending bill be passed by Committee on Judiciary
  • Jan 21, 2022 | House
    • Hearing: Friday, January 21, 2022, 3:30 PM Room 582-N - CANCELED
  • Jan 20, 2022 | House
    • Hearing: Thursday, January 20, 2022, 3:30 PM Room 582-N
  • Feb 15, 2021 | House
    • Hearing: Monday, February 15, 2021, 3:30 PM Room 582-N
  • Feb 09, 2021 | House
    • Introduced
    • Referred to Committee on Judiciary
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