The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Resources agency would undergo a yearly audit under a bill that has won final approval from the state Senate.
The bill also seeks to limit the tenure of state fish and wildlife commissioners to two four-year appointments. It would prohibit anyone convicted of a felony from serving as a commissioner.
Themeasure cleared the Senate on a 37-0 vote Monday. It now goes to Gov. Steve Beshear.
The legislation is Senate Bill 64.