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HB 2377

AN ACT concerning driving; relating to driving under the influence; authorizing reinstatement of a driver's license for certain persons with an ignition interlock device restriction; removing the motorized bicycle license option for persons whose driving privileges are suspended for a DUI-related offense; relating to commercial drivers' licenses; increasing the period of disqualification for certain offenses and allowing certain persons disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle to have commercial driving privileges restored; prohibiting prosecuting attorneys from concealing certain traffic violations from the CDLIS driver report; modifying the criminal penalties for driving a commercial motor vehicle under the influence and driving under the influence, authorizing courts to waive certain fines and clarifying that amendment or dismissal of certain charges is permitted; allowing persons with suspended driving privileges to seek driving privileges restricted to driving only a motor vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock device earlier in the suspension period; requiring persons with an ignition interlock device restriction to complete the ignition interlock device program before driving privileges are fully reinstated; providing that the highway patrol has oversight of state certification of ignition interlock manufacturers and their service providers; requiring the secretary of revenue to adopt certain rules and regulations related to ignition interlock device program costs; providing for reduced ignition interlock device program costs for certain persons; reducing the restricted driving privileges period for certain persons less than 21 years of age; clarifying that a city attorney or a county or district attorney shall not enter into a diversion agreement for certain traffic violations if the defendant is a commercial driver's license holder; amending K.S.A. 8-1016 and K.S.A. 2021 Supp. 8-235, 8-241, 8-2,142, 8-2,144, 8-2,150, 8-1014, 8-1015, 8-1567, 8-1567a, 12-4415, 21-6604, 21-6804 and 22-2908 and repealing the existing sections.

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House - Final Action - Passed as amended; - 03/03/2021

On roll call the vote was:

Yea - (101):

Alcala, Amyx, Anderson, Arnberger, Awerkamp, Baker, Ballard, Barker, Bergkamp, Bishop, Blex, Borjon, Burroughs, Byers, Carlin, Carlson, Carmichael, W. Carpenter, Clark, Clayton, Coleman, Collins, Concannon, Corbet, Croft, Curtis, Day, Dodson, Donohoe, Ellis, Eplee, Esau, Estes, Fairchild, Featherston, Finney, French, Garber, Gartner, Haswood, Hawkins, Helgerson, Henderson, Highberger, Highland, Hoffman, Hoheisel, Houser, Hoye, Huebert, Humphries, S. Johnson, T. Johnson, Kelly, Kessler, Kuether, Landwehr, Lynn, Miller, Minnix, Moser, Murphy, Neelly, Neighbor, Newland, Ohaebosim, Orr, Ousley, Parker, Patton, Poskin, Probst, Proehl, Rahjes, Ralph, L. Ruiz, S. Ruiz, Ryckman, Samsel, Sanders, Sawyer, Schreiber, A. Smith, C. Smith, E. Smith, Stogsdill, Sutton, Tarwater, Thompson, Toplikar, Turner, Vaughn, Victors, Waggoner, Wasinger, Weigel, Williams, Winn, Wolfe Moore, Woodard, Xu,

Nay - (23):

Bergquist, Burris, B. Carpenter, Delperdang, Finch, Francis, Helmer, Howe, Jacobs, Jennings, Lee, Long, Mason, Owens, Penn, Poetter Parshall, Proctor, Resman, Rhiley, Seiwert, Thomas, Waymaster, Wheeler,

Present but not Voting - (0):

Absent and Not Voting - (1):


Not Voting - (0):