Bill Sponsor
John Carmichael
Kansas · State Representative · District 92 · Democrat
Overview
Bills
Votes
Address
State Capitol Room 451-S, Kansas Building 300 SW 10th St., Topeka, KS 66612
Phone
785-296-7650
Address
1475 N. Lieunett, Wichita, KS 67203
Address
State Capitol Room 451-S, Kansas Building 300 SW 10th St., Topeka, KS 66612
Phone
785-296-7650
Address
1475 N. Lieunett, Wichita, KS 67203
Featured Bills
May 23, 2022
Failed in House
Cosponsor
Kansas House Bill 2009
Removing sodomy between consenting members of the same sex from criminal sodomy.
Active
May 23, 2022
Failed in House
Cosponsor
Kansas House Bill 2010
Creating a traffic infraction for operating a vehicle while fatigued.
Active
May 23, 2022
Failed in House
Cosponsor
Kansas House Bill 2012
Decreasing penalties for certain voting crimes and making amendments to the elements of the substantive offenses.
Active
May 23, 2022
Failed in House
Cosponsor
Kansas House Bill 2013
Changing the supreme court clerk's information requirements for licensed attorneys and changing procedures related to the supreme court nominating commission and the judicial district nominating commissions.
Active
May 23, 2022
Failed in House
Cosponsor
Kansas House Bill 2016
Replacing the workers compensation prevailing factor standard with a substantial factor standard.
Active
Recent Votes
Feb 6, 2024
Voted Yes
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Yes
Final Action - Passed;
Passed
Kansas House Bill 2545
Providing for the sale of property not retrieved by an occupant after notice, allowing electronic signatures and delivery for rental agreements, defining property that has no commercial value, providing for the deemed effectiveness of rental agreements not signed or delivered by an owner or occupant and specifying custody of abandoned or towed property under the self-service storage act.
Feb 1, 2024
Voted Yes
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Yes
Final Action - Substitute passed;
Passed
Kansas House Bill 2103
Substitute for HB 2103 by Committee on Financial Institutions and Pensions - Eliminating the statutory 15% alternative investment limit for the KPERS fund and requiring the KPERS board to establish an alternative investment percentage limit.
Jan 31, 2024
Voted Yes
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Yes
Conference Committee Report was adopted;
Passed
Kansas Senate Bill 15
Increasing the maximum amount of yearly income tax credits available for purchases under the disability employment act from qualified vendors, continuing in existence such credits beyond tax year 2023 of eligible purchases available for such credit and further defining qualifying vendors and employees eligible for the credit, establishing a grant program to facilitate transitions by employers to minimum wage employment for persons with disabilities and creating the Kansas sheltered workshop transition fund.
Jan 18, 2024
Voted No
No
Conference Committee Report was adopted;
Passed
Kansas House Bill 2284
Providing an income tax rate of 5.25% for individuals, exempting all social security benefits from Kansas income tax, increasing the standard deduction by a cost-of-living adjustment, increasing the Kansas personal exemption, decreasing the privilege tax normal tax, establishing a 0% state rate for sales and use taxes for food and food ingredients on April 1, 2024, and increasing the extent of property tax exemption for residential property from the statewide school levy.
Jan 8, 2024
Voted No
No
Emergency Final Action - Adopted;
Passed
Kansas House Resolution 6030
Condemning the October 7 attacks on the State of Israel.
Apr 28, 2023
Voted Yes
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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.