Legislative Update: Social Worker Protection and Family Visitation Centers

Deborah Yetter at the Courier-Journal has the latest on the proposed legislation to provide social worker protection and to establish more family visitation centers, House Bill 362. Bottom line? They’re still working. I would say surely the broad support for this “Boni Bill” will result in legislation and funding, but nothing apparently is sure in Kentucky politics.

The legislative history is below the fold.

Deborah Yetter at the Courier-Journal has the latest on the proposed legislation to provide social worker protection and to establish more family visitation centers, House Bill 362. Bottom line? They’re still working. I would say surely the broad support for this “Boni Bill” will result in legislation and funding, but nothing apparently is sure in Kentucky politics.

The legislative history is below the fold.

House Bill 362
Introduced by Rep. Thomas J Burch on February 7, 2007, to authorize up to 375 new staff positions within the Department for Community Based Services; establish a Blue Ribbon Task Force to discuss staff salary and other issues.
Passed in the House (98 to 0) on March 1, 2007.
Received in the Senate on March 2, 2007.
Passed in the Senate (34 to 0) on March 9, 2007, to authorize up to 375 new staff positions within the Department for Community Based Services; establish a Blue Ribbon Task Force to discuss staff salary and other issues.
Received in the House on March 9, 2007.

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