Emil Bergquist
Kansas · State Representative · District 91 · Republican
Overview
Bills
Votes
Address
Room 149-S Kansas State Capitol Building 300 SW 10th St. Topeka, KS 66612
Phone
785-296-7681
Address
Room 149-S Kansas State Capitol Building 300 SW 10th St. Topeka, KS 66612
Phone
785-296-7681
Featured Bills
Apr 28, 2023
Failed in House
Sponsor
Kansas House Resolution 6018
Reaffirming Kansas’ commitment to internal combustion engine vehicles.
Active
Apr 24, 2023
Vetoed by Governor
Sponsor
Kansas House Bill 2313
Creating the born-alive infants protection act to provide legal protections for infants who are born alive regardless of the intent of the delivery.
Active
Mar 15, 2023
Passed House
Sponsor
Kansas House Resolution 6015
Commemorating the celebration of St. Patrick's Day.
Active
Mar 01, 2023
Passed House
Sponsor
Kansas House Resolution 6012
Commemorating the 125th Anniversary of Friends University.
Active
Jan 25, 2023
Passed House
Sponsor
Kansas House Resolution 6006
Congratulating and commending the 2023 Kansas Teacher of the Year team.
Active
Recent Votes
Apr 28, 2023
Voted Yes
Yes
Concurred with amendments in conference;
Passed
Kansas House Bill 2010
Senate Substitute for HB 2010 by Committee on Judiciary - Updating a statutory cross reference to provide proper jury instruction in cases when a defendant lacks the required mental state to commit a crime; increasing the penalty for certain violations of criminal discharge of a firearm when a person was present in the dwelling, building, structure or motor vehicle at which the offender discharged a firearm; enacting the reduce armed violence act to increase the criminal penalties for certain violations of criminal possession of a weapon by a convicted felon that involve firearms; providing that the service of postrelease supervision period shall not toll except as otherwise provided by law; and allowing certain nondrug offenders to participate in a certified drug abuse treatment program.
Apr 28, 2023
Voted Yes
Yes
Conference Committee Report was adopted;
Passed
Kansas House Bill 2021
Requiring the secretary for children and families to assess certain children and the secretary of corrections to provide certain services to juveniles in detention, changing the criteria used to refer and admit juveniles to a juvenile crisis intervention center, allowing evidence-based program account money to be used on certain children, requiring the department of corrections to build data systems and allowing for overall case length limit extensions for certain juvenile offenders.
Apr 28, 2023
Voted No
No
Emergency Final Action - Adopted;
Passed
Kansas House Resolution 6026
Approving an amendment to the gaming compact with the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation concerning sports wagering.
Apr 28, 2023
Voted Yes
Yes
Conference Committee Report was adopted;
Passed
Kansas Senate Bill 113
House Substitute for SB 113 by Committee on K-12 Education Budget - Making appropriations for the department of education for FY 23, FY 24 and FY 25; establishing the mental health intervention team program; authorizing certain students to participate in activities regulated by the Kansas state high school activities association; requiring school districts to post certain enrollment and academic information on school district websites; revising school district open-enrollment procedures; authorizing local school board members to receive compensation from their school district; authorizing current-year student enrollment for determinations of state foundation aid; continuing the 20 mill statewide tax levy for schools; amending the school districts that qualify for and the amount that school districts are able to levy pursuant to the cost-of-living weighting.
Apr 28, 2023
Voted Yes
Yes
Conference Committee Report was adopted;
Passed
Kansas Senate Bill 106
Reconciling multiple amendments to certain statutes.
Apr 28, 2023
Voted Yes
Yes
Conference Committee Report was adopted;
Passed
Kansas House Bill 2285
Requiring the secretary of health and environment to study drug overdose death cases and providing for the confidentiality of related records, restricting the authority of the secretary of health and environment and local health officers to control the spread of infectious or contagious diseases, repealing the authority of the secretary to quarantine individuals and impose penalties for violations thereof and prohibiting the secretary of health and environment from requiring COVID-19 vaccination for children attending a child care facility or school.