Topeka – Kansas Governor Sam Brownback today signed the following 11 bills into law:
Sub. for HB 2052 – Concerns Appropriations for Fiscal Years 2017 through 2021.
HB 2080 – Concerns reinstatement of forfeited benefit units and rural water district.
HB 2095 – Provides a special vehicle permit for certain vehicle combinations.
HB 2158 – Amends the law related to canvassing of advanced ballots.
HB 2170 – Amends the traffic safety laws related to bicycles.
HB 2213 – Reauthorizes the Kansas Board of Regents fee schedule in the Kansas private and out-of-state post-secondary educational institution act.
Sub. for SB 13 – Amends the laws related to the sale of certain alcoholic beverages.
SB 20– Amends the State Banking Code, Kansas Money Transmitter Act, Kansas Mortgage Business Act, and the Kansas Credit Services Organization Act.
SB 46 – Amends the law pertaining to rights and procedures related to water rights.
SB 50 – Changes membership of the advisory committee on uniform state laws and the joint committee on claims against the state, and adds the unauthorized practice of law to the Kansas Consumer Protection Act.
SB 65 – Allows for creditor sale of repossessed alcoholic liquors pledged as collateral.
The Governor has now signed 56 bills into law this session and vetoed two. By law, the Kansas governor has 10 calendar days to sign the bill into law, veto the bill or allow the bill to become law without his or her signature.