The House Committee on Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications had a hearing yesterday on HB 2084, which amends the Kansas 911 Act. Here is a written summary of the bill from the Revisor of Statutes Office. The Committee had supporting testimony from the 911 Coordinating Council, Sheriff’s Association, Chiefs of Police Association, several counties Emergency Communication agencies, Sprint. Several neutral parties submitted testimony the League of Municipalities, KS Association of Counties, AT&T, CenturyLink on the bill too. The Committee has not scheduled any action on the bill yet.
HB 2084 Summary 911 Legislation
May 28, 2020