Governor Colyer Signs Eleven Bills into Law
Topeka – Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer, M.D. has signed the following bills into law:
On Friday, May 11:
- Senate Bill No. 56: Creates the Kansas Cybersecurity Act.
On Saturday, May 12:
- Senate Sub for House Bill No. 2028: Establishes the Kansas Telemedicine Act.
On Monday, May 14:
- House Bill No. 2470: Permits the sale of beer in sealable and refillable containers as well as the operation of self-serve automated taps; modernizes additional alcohol regulations.
- House Sub for Senate Bill No. 179: Creates juvenile crisis intervention centers; amends Kansas code for care of children and newborn infant protection act; amends powers and duties of the DCF Secretary.
- Senate Bill No. 199: Amends bond requirements for civil court appeals.
- Senate Bill No. 282: Updates substance classification in the uniform controlled substances act.
- Senate Bill No. 288: Repeals prohibition on Saturday process service.
- House Sub for Senate Bill No. 374: Changes administrative procedures and regulations relating to driving under the influence.
- Senate Bill No. 461: Reconciles amendments to statutes.
- House Bill No. 2479: Amends criminal procedure.
- House Bill No. 2488: Prohibits the use of automated sales suppression devices.
The Governor has now signed 107 bills into law this session. By law, the Kansas governor has 10 calendar days to sign bills into law, veto bills or allow bills to become law without his signature.