Indiana Senator Michael Young [R]

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INHB1047PassJustice reinvestment advisory council. Specifies the purpose and certain duties of the justice reinvestment advisory council, including the duty to study jail overcrowding, and adds additional members, including members of the Indiana evidence based ...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 34
INHB1096PassTechnical corrections. Resolves technical conflicts and addresses technical errors in the Indiana Code. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the code revision commission.)
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2020-03-30
Public Law 156
INHB1120PassCommunity corrections and credit time. Amends guidelines related to educational credit time for a person incarcerated in the department of correction. Provides that, before May 1, 2023, the department of correction shall submit a report to the legisl...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 106
INHB1143PassDevice implantation as a condition of employment. Prohibits an employer from requiring a candidate for employment or an employee to have a device implanted or otherwise incorporated into the candidate's or employee's body as a condition of employment...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 20
INHB1346PassJail overcrowding. Repeals all provisions concerning the county jail overcrowding task force. Adds additional members to the justice reinvestment advisory council ("advisory council"), including members of the Indiana evidence based decision making i...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 48
INHB1032PassInterfering with public safety. Renames the offense of "interfering with law enforcement" to "interfering with public safety", and provides that a person who enters a marked off area after having been denied entry by an emergency medical services pro...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 95
INHB1313PassCourts and family law matters. Provides that a magistrate has the same powers as a judge, except the power of judicial mandate. Repeals certain sections that enumerate the powers for magistrates. Repeals the judicial technology oversight committee. I...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 162
INSB0148VetoZoning and housing matters. Amends a statute concerning manufactured homes (manufactured home statute) to provide, with respect to a manufactured home located outside of a mobile home community, as follows: (1) A comprehensive plan or zoning ordinanc...
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2020-03-25
Vetoed by the Governor
INSB0080PassCode Revision Corrections. Addresses problems in the Indiana Code not suitable for resolution in the annual Technical Corrections bill, including resolution of the conflicts between versions of sections that were both amended and repealed during the ...
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2020-03-21
Public Law 133
INSB0335PassCriminal law issues. Provides that, if certain criminal penalties are increased (or, in the case of an infraction, imposed) due to a prior conviction or infraction committed by a defendant, the new offense must have been committed not later than 12 y...
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2020-03-21
Public Law 142
INSB0302PassIndigency determinations. Establishes a procedure for a criminal court to use in determining if a defendant is indigent. Provides that, if a court has ordered a defendant to pay part of the cost of representation, the court shall inquire at sentencin...
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2020-03-21
Public Law 140
INSB0194PassDrug scheduling. Adds new scheduled drugs (including emergency scheduled drugs) to the statutory drug schedules. Defines "isomer". Defines "narcotic" to include opium esters, ethers, and salts of isomers, esters, and ethers. Makes other changes and c...
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2020-03-18
Public Law 61
INSB0249PassExploitation of dependents and endangered adults. Defines "person in a position of trust" and "self-dealing". Provides that a: (1) person commits exploitation of a dependent or an endangered adult if the person recklessly uses or exerts control over ...
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2020-03-18
Public Law 70
INSB0206PassDeposition of a child victim. Defines "child victim" as a child less than 16 years of age who is the victim of a sex offense, and specifies that a child victim has the right to confer with a representative of the prosecuting attorney's office before ...
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2020-03-18
Public Law 62
INSB0146PassSexual assault victims' rights. Provides rights to sexual assault victims, including the right to: (1) speak with a victim advocate or victim service provider, if available, and a victims assistance or a social worker, if a victim advocate or victim ...
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2020-03-18
Public Law 58
INSB0209PassSearch warrants. Provides that a warrant authorizing a search, testing, or other analysis of an item is deemed executed when the item is seized. Provides that a warrant return is sufficient if the return contains a statement indicating that the item ...
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2020-03-18
Public Law 63
INSB0039PassSpecialized driving privileges. Provides that in certain circumstances a court may stay the suspension of a person's driving privileges and grant specialized driving privileges for a period of time as determined by the court. Provides that the court ...
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2020-03-14
Public Law 29
INSB0109PassStatute of limitations. Provides that an otherwise barred offense may be commenced not later than five years from the earlier of the date on which: (1) the state first discovers DNA evidence sufficient to charge the offender; (2) the state first beco...
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2020-03-14
Public Law 31
INSR0070PassA SENATE RESOLUTION recognizing Steve Hale.
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2020-03-10
First reading: adopted voice vote
INHB1132EnrollCriminal and juvenile law matters. Provides that the alteration or obliteration of certain markings on a firearm is a Level 5 felony. Provides that the possession of a firearm with altered or obliterated markings is a Level 5 felony. Requires a defen...
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2020-03-05
Senate advisors appointed: Young M, Randolph Lonnie M and Houchin
INSR0061PassA SENATE RESOLUTION to honor Senator Mark Stoops upon his retirement from the Indiana Senate.
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2020-03-05
Senators Alting, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Boots, Bray, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Donato, Doriot, Ford Jon, Freeman, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Holdman, Houchin, Koch, Kruse, Leising, Merritt, Messmer, Mishler, Niemeyer, Perfect, Raatz, Rogers, Ruckelshaus, Sandlin, Spartz, Tomes, Walker, Young M, Zay added as coauthors
INSR0062PassA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Senator Victoria Spartz upon her retirement from the Indiana Senate.
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2020-03-05
Senators Alting, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Boots, Bray, Breaux, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Donato, Doriot, Ford J.D., Ford Jon, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Holdman, Houchin, Koch, Kruse, Lanane, Leising, Melton, Merritt, Messmer, Mishler, Mrvan, Niemeyer, Niezgodski, Perfect, Raatz, Randolph, Rogers, Ruckelshaus, Sandlin, Stoops, Tallian, Taylor G, Tomes, Walker, Young M, Zay added as coauthors
INSCR0006PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION memorializing Trooper Peter "Bo" Stephan and urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to name a portion of State Road 25 the "Trooper Peter "Bo" Stephan Memorial Highway".
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2020-02-27
Returned to the Senate
INHCR0042PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Indiana's women veterans.
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2020-02-27
Representative Lauer added as coauthor
INSR0046PassA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Bob Vollmer upon his retirement from the Department of Natural Resources.
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2020-02-25
Senators Alting, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Boots, Bray, Breaux, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Donato, Doriot, Ford J.D., Ford Jon, Freeman, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Holdman, Houchin, Kruse, Lanane, Leising, Melton, Merritt, Messmer, Mishler, Mrvan, Niemeyer, Niezgodski, Perfect, Raatz, Randolph, Rogers, Ruckelshaus, Sandlin, Spartz, Stoops, Tallian, Taylor G, Tomes, Walker, Young M, Zay added as coauthors
INSR0024PassA SENATE RESOLUTION supporting Taiwan's signing of a Bilateral Trade Agreement with the United States, reaffirming support for increasing Taiwan's international profile and for strengthening ties between Indiana and Taiwan.
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2020-02-24
Senator Charbonneau added as coauthor
INSCR0051PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Judge John G. Baker upon his retirement from the Indiana Court of Appeals.
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2020-02-24
Returned to the Senate
INHCR0028EngrossA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the Indiana Senate and the Indiana House of Representatives to adopt the practice of recommitting all bills creating or amending a criminal penalty to the Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee or the House Court...
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2020-02-20
Second reading: failed Division of the Senate: yeas 18, nays 28
INSCR0005PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing the 21st Century Scholars Program for 30 years of helping Hoosiers afford a college education.
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2020-02-18
Representative Barrett added as cosponsor
INHCR0032PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing FFA and all of its work to advance the quality of agricultural education both locally and nationally.
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2020-02-18
Returned to the House
INHCR0030PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing the Indiana Rangers, Company D of the 151st Infantry Regiment of the Indiana National Guard.
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2020-02-17
Representative Barrett added as coauthor
INSCR0040PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring the League of Women Voters on the 100th anniversary of its founding.
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2020-02-17
Representative Lauer added as cosponsor
INSB0069EngrossPossession of firearms on school property. Exempts certain retired law enforcement officers described in the federal Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) from the prohibition against carrying a firearm on school property. Makes conforming amen...
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2020-02-13
To House Public Policy Committee
INSB0131EngrossNational motto in schools. Provides that each school corporation and charter school may place a durable poster or framed picture representing: (1) the national motto of the United States, "In God We Trust"; (2) an accurate representation of the Unite...
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2020-02-13
To House Education Committee
INSB0451EngrossCrime stoppers and restitution. Defines "crime stoppers" and provides that the court may order a person to pay restitution to crime stoppers if crime stoppers paid an award for a tip.
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2020-02-13
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0435EngrossWaiver of penalties and interest. Provides that the fiscal body of a county may adopt an ordinance to establish a property tax amnesty program and require a waiver of interest and penalties added before January 1, 2020, on delinquent taxes and specia...
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2020-02-13
To House Ways and Means Committee
INHCR0011PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the creation of a Medal of Honor Memorial Highway in Indiana.
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2020-02-13
Second reading: adopted standing vote
INSCR0025PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION congratulating Adam Ferguson for being named the 2020 Plainfield Community School Corporation Teacher of the Year.
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2020-02-12
Returned to the Senate
INSB0434EngrossPrivate card games. Defines "private low stakes card game" and provides a defense to certain gambling crimes if the gambling was a private low stakes card game. Defines "cheating" and makes cheating at gambling a Class A misdemeanor, and increases th...
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2020-02-11
To House Public Policy Committee
INSB0449EngrossJuveniles. For certain serious offenses committed by a juvenile: (1) reduces the minimum age for committing the child to the department of correction from 13 to 12; (2) adds an attempt to commit certain serious offenses to the list of serious offense...
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2020-02-11
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0043EngrossFraud consolidation. Repeals and consolidates various fraud, deception, and mischief offenses. Defines "financial institution" for purposes of crimes involving financial institutions. Defines "item of sentimental value" and enhances the penalties for...
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2020-02-10
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0200EngrossDriver's license suspensions. Repeals certain driving privilege suspensions when a motor vehicle is used in dealing certain controlled substances.
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2020-02-10
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
INSB0262EngrossFilm and media production incentives. Provides the following effective July 1, 2021: (1) Authorizes the Indiana destination development corporation (corporation) to employ a film commissioner. (2) Authorizes the corporation to establish a film and me...
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2020-02-10
To House Ways and Means Committee
INHB1076EngrossSummons to appear for a misdemeanor. Provides that in lieu of arresting a person who has allegedly committed a misdemeanor (other than a traffic misdemeanor) in a law enforcement officer's presence, the officer may issue a summons and promise to appe...
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2020-02-05
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0236IntroTHC. Establishes a defense to operating with a controlled substance in the person's body if the substance is THC and the sample was taken under certain circumstances.
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2020-02-04
Third reading: defeated; Roll Call 148: yeas 19, nays 30
INSB0016EngrossJuvenile delinquents and firearms. Prohibits a person who has been adjudicated a delinquent child for committing an act while armed with a firearm that would be a serious violent felony if committed by an adult (serious delinquent) from possessing a ...
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2020-02-04
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0072EngrossHyperbaric oxygen treatment pilot program. Removes the requirement that rules adopted by the state department of health, in consultation with the department of veterans' affairs, include patient health improvement as a condition for approval of payme...
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2020-02-04
To House Ways and Means Committee
INSB0436IntroAuthority of the attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor. Grants the attorney general authority to appoint a special prosecutor to prosecute certain crimes if the county prosecuting attorney refuses as a matter of policy to prosecute those c...
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2020-01-30
Senator Sandlin added as second author
INSCR0016PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Beverly Brown upon her retirement from the Indiana Senate.
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2020-01-29
Returned to the Senate
INSCR0007PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Indiana University in recognition of its Bicentennial Anniversary on January 20, 2020.
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2020-01-28
Representatives Bosma, Abbott D, Austin, Aylesworth, Baird, Bartels, Bartlett, Bauer, Beck, Behning, Boy, Brown, T., Burton, Campbell, Cherry, Chyung, Clere, Cook, Davisson, Deal, DeLaney, DeVon, Dvorak, Eberhart, Ellington, Engleman, Errington, Frye, GiaQuinta, Goodin, Hamilton, Harris, Heaton, Heine, Huston, Jordan, Karickhoff, Lauer, Lehman, Leonard, Lindauer, Lucas, Manning, May, Mayfield, McNamara, Morris, Negele, Prescott, Schaibley, Sherman D, Smaltz, Soliday, Speedy, Stutzman, Thompson, Vermilion A, Zent, Ziemke added as cosponsors
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