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PositionBillStatusSummaryAction
#1HB1211EnrolledAbortion matters. Provides that a person may not knowingly or intentionally perform a dismemberment abortion unless reasonable medical judgment dictates that performing the dismemberment abortion is necessary to: (1) prevent serious health risks to t...
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2019-04-08
Signed by the President Pro Tempore
#2SB0535EnrolledPublic notice advertising; extraterritorial powers of cities and towns. Provides that a political subdivision may not pay more than $250 for each insertion of a public notice. Provides that if a public notice that is required to be published: (1) exc...
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2019-04-15
House advisors appointed: McNamara, Goodrich, Saunders, Prescott and Jackson
#3SB0189EnrolledEmergency communication disorder permits. Allows the department of education to issue an emergency communication disorder permit to an individual to serve the needs of certain students who are eligible for speech and language services. Provides that ...
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2019-04-02
Signed by the Speaker
#4SB0552EnrolledGaming matters. Authorizes sports wagering at riverboats, racinos, a Vigo County casino, and satellite facilities. Provides for the administration and conduct of sports wagering. Imposes initial and annual fees on a licensed owner, operating agent, v...
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2019-04-18
Senate advisors appointed: Mishler, Melton, Ford Jon and Leising
#5HB1063PassedSchool safety equipment. Adds definition of a "bleeding control kit". Provides that, subject to an appropriation by the general assembly or a donation, each school corporation and charter school shall develop and implement a Stop the Bleed program (p...
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2019-04-18
Signed by the Governor
#6HB1591EnrolledElectronic estate planning. Allows a person to contest two or more wills if there is prima facie evidence that: (1) the decedent suffered from an irreversible medical or psychiatric condition that predated the earliest will to be challenged; or (2) a...
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2019-04-22
Senate advisors appointed: Young M and Randolph Lonnie M
#7HB1177EnrolledTownship government issues. Requires a township to prepare a capital improvement plan for at least the ensuing three years if the balance in certain capital improvement funds in the preceding year exceeds both of the following: (1) 150% of the townsh...
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2019-04-18
House reconsidered and concurred in Senate amendments; Roll Call 553: yeas 91, nays 1
#8SB0258EnrolledSex offender employment and residence. Prohibits a sexually violent predator or an offender against children from working: (1) as or for a child care provider; (2) as a babysitter; (3) as a provider of respite care services and other support services...
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2019-04-15
House advisors appointed: Schaibley, Young J, Hatfield and Summers
#9HB1065EnrolledRegional holding facility. Provides that a "regional holding facility" is an existing facility that is currently established and operated by the department of correction (department) that offers mental health and substance abuse treatment, workforce ...
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2019-04-16
Returned to the House with amendments
#10HB1223EnrolledAdministrative law judges. Establishes the office of administrative law proceedings (office) within the state personnel department to hear certain administrative proceedings that result in a finding of fact determining the legal rights, duties, or pr...
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2019-04-17
House concurred in Senate amendments; Roll Call 546: yeas 92, nays 0
#11HB1330EnrolledDisposal of abandoned or derelict aircraft. Specifies that a "person" includes a political subdivision for purposes of the statute concerning liens for the repair, storage, servicing, or furnishing of supplies for certain motor vehicles, airplanes, m...
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2019-04-18
Signed by the Speaker
#12HB1402EnrolledInnkeeper's taxes and other local taxes. Renames the convention center operating fund established under the Vanderburgh County innkeeper's statute to the convention center operating, capital improvement, and financial incentive fund (fund). Provides ...
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2019-04-18
Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 543: yeas 35, nays 9
#13SB0127EnrolledReferendum for school safety levy. Allows a school corporation to adopt a resolution to place a referendum on the ballot to impose a school safety referendum tax levy to improve school safety. Allows a school corporation to impose a school safety ref...
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2019-04-22
Senate advisors appointed: Merritt, Ford J.D. and Becker
#14HB1123EnrolledTelephone solicitation. Provides that the exemption from the state's "do not call" statute for insurance producers applies only if: (1) the producer; or (2) the insurer on whose behalf the producer is calling; has an established business relationship...
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2019-04-18
Senate advisors appointed: Koch and Stoops
#15HB1010EnrolledIncome tax deductions. Increases the income tax deduction for income from military retirement or survivor's benefits beginning in 2019.
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2019-04-15
Senate advisors appointed: Buchanan, Niezgodski and Holdman
#16HB1518EnrolledAlcoholic beverage matters. Amends for consistency provisions allowing a manufacturer that has two types of production facilities in one building to serve alcohol from a single bar. Specifies that a person with an interest in an artisan distiller's p...
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2019-04-18
Senate advisors appointed: Messmer, Lanane and Bohacek
#17HB1248EnrolledPharmacists; physician assistants. Sets out the conditions for emergency pharmaceutical refills and prescription adaptations. Permits a pharmacist to prescribe certain devices or supplies approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration. Provides...
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2019-04-15
Signed by the President Pro Tempore
#18HB1284EnrolledSelf-defense and the defense of others. Provides immunity for a justified use of force in certain instances. Requires a court to award, in certain instances, reasonable attorney's fees and costs to a defendant when the justified use of force immunity...
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2019-04-18
CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
#19HB1358EnrolledUse of unmanned aerial vehicles. Requires a law enforcement officer to obtain a warrant to use an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) over private property or to conduct a search of private property, unless: (1) the owner of the property consents; or (2) a...
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2019-04-18
Signed by the Speaker
#20SB0471EnrolledOffenses involving critical infrastructure. Repeals the term "key facility" and replaces it with "critical infrastructure facility". Defines "critical infrastructure facility". Provides that a person who, not having a contractual interest in the prop...
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2019-04-08
Signed by the Speaker
#21SB0563EnrolledEconomic development. Establishes the small business innovation voucher program (program) to provide vouchers to eligible small businesses to be used by the business to purchase research and development support or other forms of technical assistance ...
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2019-04-16
House advisors appointed: Lehman, Mayfield, Hamilton and Klinker
#22HB1331EnrolledHomeowners associations. Provides that, subject to certain specified exceptions, a homeowners association may not: (1) prohibit the owner of a dwelling unit from installing a solar energy system; (2) impose unreasonable limitations on the owner's abi...
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2019-04-22
Senate advisors appointed: Rogers and Lanane
#23HB1002EnrolledCareer and technical education. Makes various changes concerning the following: (1) The membership, duties, meetings, and deadlines of certain requirements concerning the governor's workforce cabinet (cabinet). (2) Eligibility and requirements regard...
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2019-04-15
Senate advisors appointed: Raatz, Stoops and Kruse
#24HB1118PassedHoward County magistrate. Allows the judges of the Howard circuit and superior courts to jointly appoint a magistrate to serve the Howard County courts.
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2019-04-18
Signed by the Governor
#25HB1185EnrolledBunkhouse safety requirements. Defines "bunkhouse". Provides that, before January 1, 2021, the commission may adopt rules to exempt bunkhouses from being required to be equipped with an automatic fire sprinkler system.
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2019-04-08
Signed by the President Pro Tempore
#26HB1004EnrolledSchool safety. Provides that the Indiana safe schools fund may not be used to provide grants to employ a school resource officer or a law enforcement officer. Provides that an Indiana secured school fund matching grant may be used to: (1) employ a la...
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2019-04-15
Senate advisors appointed: Crider and Melton
#27HB1128EnrolledConstruction permits. Provides that a local unit may not require, as a condition precedent to granting, issuing, or approving certain permits for any Class 1 or Class 2 structures, completion of work upon which the performance bond or other surety wa...
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2019-04-08
Signed by the President Pro Tempore
#28HB1268EnrolledVeteran status information data base. Requires the following questions to be included on applications for a driver's license or permit and for a state identification card: (1) "Have you served in the armed forces of the United States?". (2) "Are you ...
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2019-04-09
Signed by the President Pro Tempore
#29HB1362EnrolledPeer to peer vehicle sharing. Defines peer to peer vehicle sharing. Provides requirements for a peer to peer vehicle sharing program. Provides that a shared vehicle may not be shared on a peer to peer vehicle program if any safety recalls have not be...
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2019-04-22
Senate advisors appointed: Garten and Melton
#30HB1342PassedTelephone CPR instruction training. After July 1, 2020, requires an individual to complete a telephone cardiopulmonary resuscitation (T-CPR) training program (program) approved by the division of fire and building safety (division) if the individual:...
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2019-04-18
Signed by the Governor
#31HB1025EnrolledCounty highway engineer's salary. Increases the state subsidy for a county highway engineer's annual salary. Makes an appropriation.
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2019-04-17
House reconsidered and concurred in Senate amendments; Roll Call 550: yeas 92, nays 0
#32SB0085Enrolled1977 fund retirement and surviving spouse benefits. Increases the basic monthly pension benefit payable to a member of the 1977 police officers' and firefighters' pension and disability fund (1977 fund) who retires after June 30, 2019, with 20 years ...
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2019-04-18
Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 538: yeas 44, nays 0
#33SB0603EnrolledFire protection districts and annexation. Provides that property added to a fire protection district (district) is considered part of the district as of the date that the district was originally established. Makes provisions regarding: (1) the effect...
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2019-04-18
Senate advisors appointed: Koch, Tallian and Brown L
#34HB1269EnrolledAdministrative boards. Establishes the governor's security council. Abolishes the counterterrorism and security council and transfers the council's duties to the governor's security council. Abolishes the emergency alert system advisory committee. Ab...
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2019-04-15
Signed by the President Pro Tempore
#35SB0472EnrolledUtility matters. Establishes the 15 member 21st century energy policy development task force (task force). Requires the task force to: (1) examine and evaluate specified aspects of the state's policies concerning electric generation portfolios; (2) d...
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2019-04-18
Senate advisors appointed: Garten, Randolph Lonnie M and Charbonneau
#36HB1155EnrolledClark County circuit court. Establishes two new courts beginning July 1, 2019. Requires the governor to fill the vacancy in each of the courts that occurs when the court comes into existence. Provides that the first elected judges under the Indiana C...
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2019-03-28
Returned to the House with amendments
#37HB1470EnrolledUtility transmission improvements and costs. Amends the statute concerning transmission, distribution, and storage system improvements charges (TDSIC) for electric and gas utilities to provide that for purposes of the statute, "eligible transmission,...
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2019-04-03
Signed by the President Pro Tempore
#38SB0094EnrolledInterim study committee. Urges the legislative council to assign the topic of municipal annexation to the appropriate interim study committee during the 2019 interim.
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2019-04-18
Motion to concur filed
#39SB0029EnrolledSchool materials for juvenile detainees. Provides that, if a child is or will be detained in a juvenile detention facility (facility) for more than seven calendar days, the school corporation must, upon the child's parent or facility's request, provi...
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2019-04-16
Signed by the Speaker
#40SB0080EnrolledCode revision corrections. Addresses problems in the Indiana Code not suitable for resolution in the annual Technical Corrections bill, including corresponding amendment to certain percentages and overly broad or ambiguous language. (The introduced v...
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2019-04-11
House advisors appointed: Torr, Leonard, Boy and Moseley
#41SB0221EnrolledTownship mergers. Eliminates the requirement that one member of the township board of a merged township must reside within each of the townships that merged.
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2019-04-16
House advisors appointed: Ziemke and Bartlett
#42SB0111EnrolledSubstance abuse prevention grant programs. Provides that the division of mental health and addiction may establish and administer the: (1) community and faith based substance abuse programs grant; and (2) community and faith based substance abuse tra...
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2019-04-16
Signed by the Speaker
#43SB0057EnrolledRevised uniform athlete agents act. Makes the following changes to the statute concerning athlete agents to reflect changes made in the Revised Uniform Athlete Agents Act: (1) Amends the definition of "athlete agent". (2) Defines the term "interschol...
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2019-04-09
Signed by the Speaker
#44SB0110EnrolledDrug dealing. Adds an item to the existing list of enhancing circumstances for offenses relating to controlled substances. Provides that an enhancing circumstance means that the person committed the offense in, on, or within 100 feet of a drug treatm...
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2019-04-08
House advisors appointed: Steuerwald, Young J, Beck and Pierce
#45SB0079EnrolledRights of police officers. Adds provisions establishing minimum due process and personnel rights of a full-time, paid, nonprobationary member of a police department (member) who is the subject of: (1) an internal investigation; or (2) an investigatio...
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2019-04-18
Senate concurred in House amendments; Roll Call 531: yeas 43, nays 3
#46SB0162EnrolledChronic pain management. Requires state employee health plans, Medicaid, policies of accident and sickness insurance, and health maintenance organization contracts to provide coverage for chronic pain management. Requires the office of Medicaid polic...
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2019-04-17
Senate concurred in House amendments; Roll Call 517: yeas 47, nays 0
#47SB0156PassedFire protection district per diems. Increases the maximum amount (from $20 to $100) that a member of the board of fire trustees of a fire protection district may receive for each day that the member devotes to the work of the district.
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2019-04-03
Public Law 4
#48SB0033EnrolledComprehensive addiction recovery centers. Establishes certification and a grant program for comprehensive addiction recovery centers to be administered by the division of mental health and addiction (division). Sets forth requirements for certificati...
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2019-04-18
Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 537: yeas 44, nays 0
#49SB0099EnrolledWage assignments for clothing and tools. Provides that a wage assignment for the purchase, rental, or use of uniforms, shirts, pants and other job-related clothing may not be an amount that exceeds the direct cost paid by the employer to an external ...
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2019-04-15
House advisors appointed: Jordan, Goodrich, Bartlett, Deal and Moseley
#50SB0220EnrolledGoing upon the premises of another. Amends the law providing that a person who goes upon the premises of another for certain purposes does not have an assurance that the premises are safe for the person's purpose. Specifies that the law applies to a ...
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2019-04-15
Returned to the Senate without amendments
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