Gov. Brownback Signs A New Round Of Bills This Week
Governor Sam Brownback has signed 5 new bills into law this week.
House Bill 2210 - Prohibits residents from changing their party affiliation in an election year, from the date of the deadline for candidates to file for office in June through the certification of the results of the August Primary Election.
House Bill 2514 - Alters the priorities in the liquidation of insolvent insurance companies where the Federal Home Loan Bank is a secured creditor.
House Bill 2599 - Authorizes the Secretary of State to grant an easement on land along the Kansas River for use by the Kansas City Kansas Fire Department as an emergency management boat ramp.
Senate Bill 284 - Amends the membership and changes the composition of the 911 Coordinating Council.
Senate Bill 248 - Requires that, whenever feasible, notice be given to any crime victim at least 14 working days prior to the release of any inmate who committed crimes against the victim.