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BR 446 proposes to amend KRS 11A.010 to include in the definition of "officer" board members and persons that perform functions of major management positions through contractual employment arrangements; define "state agency" instead of "agency"; add definitions for "person," "matter," and "board member"; amend KRS 11A.020 to prohibit a public servant from using his or her official position to use or misuse state property and resources or to solicit, sell, or engage in a financial transaction with a subordinate or a person the public servant supervises or is doing business with or is regulated by the state agency that employs the public servant; amend KRS 11A.040 to prohibit a public servant from employment negotiations with a person or business that does business with or is regulated by the state agency for which he or she works or supervises; amend KRS 11A.045 to prohibit a public servant, his or her spouse or dependent child, or a board member from accepting any gift up to $50 per year from a lobbyist, employer, or real party in interest; require a public servant to disclose to the commission the existence of a legal defense fund established for the public servant, and report donations to the legal defense fund by filing quarterly reports with the commission; prohibit donations to the legal defense fund from certain specified persons; amend KRS 11A.050 to require an officer or public servant to file a statement of financial disclosure within 90, rather than 30, daysafter leaving his or her position; require disclosure of additional information relating to nature of businesses; amend KRS 11A.060 to add the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, and the Auditor of Public Accounts as officials who submit nominees to the Governor for appointment to the Executive Branch Ethics Commission; create a new section of KRS Chapter 11A to prohibit a board member who owns or controls an interest of more than five percent in a business to undertake, execute, hold, or enjoy any gain granted by the board of which he or she is a member; require that a board member disclose in writing to the other members of the board his or her direct or indirect interest in any undertaking that puts the member’s personal interest in conflict with that of the board, require a board member to abstain from all decisions regarding such interests; amend KRS 11A.990 to require that persons who fail to file a statement of financial disclosure by a date specified have his or her salary withheld from the sixteenth day of noncompliance until he or she complies; amend KRS 61.102 to extend protections for employees that report or disclose actual or suspected wrongdoing to the [[Executive Branch Ethics Commission]]; amend KRS 61.103 to change the time period from 90 days to one year for an employee to bring a civil action alleging a violation of KRS 61.102; amend KRS 11A.015 and 11A.130 to conform.<ref>[http://www.lrc.ky.gov/record/10RS/SB82.htm BR 446 on lrc.ky.gov]</ref>
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BR 446 proposes to amend KRS 11A.010 to include in the definition of "officer" board members and persons that perform functions of major management positions through contractual employment arrangements; define "state agency" instead of "agency"; add definitions for "person," "matter," and "board member"; amend KRS 11A.020 to prohibit a public servant from using his or her official position to use or misuse state property and resources or to solicit, sell, or engage in a financial transaction with a subordinate or a person the public servant supervises or is doing business with or is regulated by the state agency that employs the public servant; amend KRS 11A.040 to prohibit a public servant from employment negotiations with a person or business that does business with or is regulated by the state agency for which he or she works or supervises; amend KRS 11A.045 to prohibit a public servant, his or her spouse or dependent child, or a board member from accepting any gift up to $50 per year from a lobbyist, employer, or real party in interest; require a public servant to disclose to the commission the existence of a legal defense fund established for the public servant, and report donations to the legal defense fund by filing quarterly reports with the commission; prohibit donations to the legal defense fund from certain specified persons; amend KRS 11A.050 to require an officer or public servant to file a statement of financial disclosure within 90, rather than 30, daysafter leaving his or her position; require disclosure of additional information relating to nature of businesses; amend KRS 11A.060 to add the [[Secretary of State]], the [[Attorney General]], and the [[Auditor of Public Accounts]] as officials who submit nominees to the Governor for appointment to the [[Executive Branch Ethics Commission]]; create a new section of KRS Chapter 11A to prohibit a board member who owns or controls an interest of more than five percent in a business to undertake, execute, hold, or enjoy any gain granted by the board of which he or she is a member; require that a board member disclose in writing to the other members of the board his or her direct or indirect interest in any undertaking that puts the member’s personal interest in conflict with that of the board, require a board member to abstain from all decisions regarding such interests; amend KRS 11A.990 to require that persons who fail to file a statement of financial disclosure by a date specified have his or her salary withheld from the sixteenth day of noncompliance until he or she complies; amend KRS 61.102 to extend protections for employees that report or disclose actual or suspected wrongdoing to the [[Executive Branch Ethics Commission]]; amend KRS 61.103 to change the time period from 90 days to one year for an employee to bring a civil action alleging a violation of KRS 61.102; amend KRS 11A.015 and 11A.130 to conform.<ref>[http://www.lrc.ky.gov/record/10RS/SB82.htm BR 446 on lrc.ky.gov]</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:40, 12 January 2010

Senate Bill 82 (or BR 446 2010) was introduced on January 7, 2010 by Senator Damon Thayer to the 2010 General Assembly.

It is an act relating to executive branch ethics.

BR 446 proposes to amend KRS 11A.010 to include in the definition of "officer" board members and persons that perform functions of major management positions through contractual employment arrangements; define "state agency" instead of "agency"; add definitions for "person," "matter," and "board member"; amend KRS 11A.020 to prohibit a public servant from using his or her official position to use or misuse state property and resources or to solicit, sell, or engage in a financial transaction with a subordinate or a person the public servant supervises or is doing business with or is regulated by the state agency that employs the public servant; amend KRS 11A.040 to prohibit a public servant from employment negotiations with a person or business that does business with or is regulated by the state agency for which he or she works or supervises; amend KRS 11A.045 to prohibit a public servant, his or her spouse or dependent child, or a board member from accepting any gift up to $50 per year from a lobbyist, employer, or real party in interest; require a public servant to disclose to the commission the existence of a legal defense fund established for the public servant, and report donations to the legal defense fund by filing quarterly reports with the commission; prohibit donations to the legal defense fund from certain specified persons; amend KRS 11A.050 to require an officer or public servant to file a statement of financial disclosure within 90, rather than 30, daysafter leaving his or her position; require disclosure of additional information relating to nature of businesses; amend KRS 11A.060 to add the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, and the Auditor of Public Accounts as officials who submit nominees to the Governor for appointment to the Executive Branch Ethics Commission; create a new section of KRS Chapter 11A to prohibit a board member who owns or controls an interest of more than five percent in a business to undertake, execute, hold, or enjoy any gain granted by the board of which he or she is a member; require that a board member disclose in writing to the other members of the board his or her direct or indirect interest in any undertaking that puts the member’s personal interest in conflict with that of the board, require a board member to abstain from all decisions regarding such interests; amend KRS 11A.990 to require that persons who fail to file a statement of financial disclosure by a date specified have his or her salary withheld from the sixteenth day of noncompliance until he or she complies; amend KRS 61.102 to extend protections for employees that report or disclose actual or suspected wrongdoing to the Executive Branch Ethics Commission; amend KRS 61.103 to change the time period from 90 days to one year for an employee to bring a civil action alleging a violation of KRS 61.102; amend KRS 11A.015 and 11A.130 to conform.[1]

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  1. BR 446 on lrc.ky.gov