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PositionBillStatusSummaryAction
#1HB1413IntroducedRight to repair. Requires a manufacturer of a consumer electronic device that is sold in Indiana to: (1) provide to an independent service provider or owner of the electronic device any service documentation the manufacturer provides to its authorize...
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2019-01-14
#2SB0439IntroducedWagering on sports. Authorizes sports wagering at riverboats, racinos, and satellite facilities. Provides for the administration and conduct of sports wagering. Imposes initial and annual licensing fees on a licensed owner, operating agent, permit ho...
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2019-01-14
#3HB1363IntroducedWagering on sports. Authorizes sports wagering at riverboats, racinos, and satellite facilities. Provides for the administration, conduct, and taxation of sports wagering. Imposes initial and annual fees on a licensed owner, operating agent, or permi...
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2019-01-14
#4HB1064EngrossedIvy Tech Community College. Establishes the Ivy Tech Community College public safety officer scholarship program. Provides that a public safety officer may be eligible for a scholarship for educational costs of completing a certificate program or ass...
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2019-03-19
#5SB0087IntroducedPhysical custody and parenting time. Adds a rebuttable presumption in child custody proceedings that: (1) joint physical custody is in the best interests of the child; and (2) equal parenting time is in the best interests of the child. Provides that ...
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2019-01-03
#6HB1015PassedVarious gaming 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 ...
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2019-05-08
Public Law 293
#7HB1209PassedDiscipline of coaches. Requires the department of education (department) to notify the Indiana High School Athletic Association (association) of any license revocation or suspension involving a licensed teacher who has been convicted of certain offen...
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2019-05-01
Public Law 169
#8HB1089PassedEducation matters. Provides that a school corporation shall accept a transferring student who does not have legal settlement in the school corporation and who has a parent who is a current employee of the transferee school corporation with an annual ...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 241
#9HB1405PassedTaxation of data centers. Provides that a county or municipal fiscal body may designate an area in which a property tax exemption will be provided for certain enterprise information technology equipment. Provides a state sales and use tax exemption (...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 256
#10SB0632PassedRadon in schools. Requires the state department of health (department) to distribute a manual of best practices for managing indoor air quality at schools, including recommendations for radon testing, to the legislative council, the department of edu...
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2019-04-10
Public Law 21
#11HB1246PassedHealth matters. Establishes distribution parameters for certain money appropriated to the first steps program. Permits the office of the secretary of family and social services to apply for a state plan amendment requiring Medicaid reimbursement for ...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 246
#12SB0322EnrolledSales tax administration. Provides that a marketplace facilitator is required to collect and remit state sales tax as a retail merchant when it facilitates a retail transaction for sellers on the marketplace facilitator's marketplace. Specifies circu...
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2019-04-16
House advisors appointed: Thompson, Barrett, Campbell and Harris
#13SR0004PassedA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Maureen Weingardt upon her retirement and thanking her for her years of exceptional service to the Indiana State Senate.
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2018-11-20
Senators Alting, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Boots, Bray, Breaux, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Doriot, Ford J.D., Ford Jon, Freeman, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Head, 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
#14SB0131EnrolledSales tax on recreational vehicles. Removes the expiration of the provision in current law that provides that the sales tax rate on certain cargo trailers or recreational vehicles is the rate of the other state or other country in which the cargo tra...
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2019-04-17
House advisors appointed: Miller D, Stutzman, Errington and Harris
#15SB0140IntroducedCall center worker and consumer protection. Requires the Indiana economic development corporation (IEDC) to compile a list of all employers that relocate a call center to a foreign country and to disqualify employers on that list from state grants, l...
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2019-01-03
#16HB1022IntroducedExpanded criminal history checks. Provides that an expanded criminal history check may be used instead of certain background checks and criminal history checks.
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2019-01-03
#17HB1097IntroducedAdvanced practice registered nurses. Allows an advanced practice registered nurse who: (1) had primary responsibility for the treatment and care of a deceased individual for a period longer than six months; and (2) pronounced the time of death for th...
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2019-02-18
Amendment #2 (Barrett) prevailed; voice vote
#18HB1092IntroducedElimination of lower speed limit for trucks. Provides that the maximum speed limit for a vehicle having a declared gross weight greater than 26,000 pounds operated on a highway that is: (1) on the national system of interstate and defense highways lo...
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2019-01-03
#19HB1004PassedSchool 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 employ a law enf...
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2019-05-02
Public Law 197
#20HB1417IntroducedDistribution of local income taxes. Phases in a new distribution formula for certain local income tax (LIT) revenue using a weighted combination of property tax levies and total residential assessed value for taxing units receiving this LIT revenue. ...
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2019-01-14
#21SB0476EngrossedHomelessness study. Urges the legislative council to assign the topic of homelessness to an appropriate interim study committee in 2019.
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2019-03-05
#22HB1379IntroducedDrug crisis task force. Establishes the drug crisis task force to prepare an evidence based comprehensive plan that prioritizes the one time and annual funding needed over a 10 year period to address the drug crisis. Sets forth membership and duties ...
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2019-01-14
#23HB1225PassedSafe schools. Provides that school corporations, charter schools, and accredited nonpublic schools with the sheriff for the county in which the school corporation, charter school, or accredited nonpublic school is located, may apply for a grant from ...
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2019-04-18
Public Law 50
#24HB1236PassedElectric bicycles. Defines the term "electric bicycle" as a bicycle equipped with: (1) operable pedals; and (2) an electric motor with a power output not greater than 750 watts. Provides that an electric bicycle is not a motor vehicle. Provides that ...
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2019-05-02
Public Law 206
#25HB1619IntroducedSpecial permits. Allows the Indiana department of transportation and certain local authorities to issue a permit that allows for the transportation of: (1) material; (2) products; or (3) equipment; belonging to an electric cooperative in certain inst...
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2019-01-22
#26HB1658IntroducedDecriminalization of marijuana. Decriminalizes possession of two ounces or less of marijuana.
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2019-01-24
#27HB1277IntroducedFamily and juvenile law matters. Establishes a rebuttable presumption in child custody proceedings that an award of joint physical custody is in the best interest of the child. Provides that if the department of child services (DCS) or a prosecuting ...
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2019-01-10
#28HB1663IntroducedMedicaid self-directed care. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services to apply to the United States Department of Health and Human Services for a state plan amendment requesting participation in the community first choice op...
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2019-01-24
#29HB1330PassedDisposal 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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2019-05-01
Public Law 172
#30SR0087N/AA SENATE RESOLUTION urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of worker misclassification reporting by state agencies.
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#31HB1473PassedIndiana bond bank. Allows the Indiana bond bank to require certain entities to establish separate reserve accounts as additional security in connection with the issuance of bonds or notes. Allows and establishes terms and procedures for certain entit...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 259
#32HB1551IntroducedTobacco issues. Increases the cigarette tax from $0.995 per pack to $1.995 per pack. Raises the age from 18 years of age to 21 years of age for prohibitions and crimes concerning the sale, purchase, and possession of cigarettes and other tobacco prod...
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2019-01-24
#33HB1594EnrolledIndiana finance authority matters. Provides that any proposed extension or amendment to certain public-private agreements that: (1) makes a substantial change to: (A) the scope of the public-private agreement; or (B) the uses of the revenue generated...
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2019-04-16
House advisors appointed: Brown T, Cherry and Porter
#34HB1134IntroducedBan on flame retardant material. Defines "flame retardant chemical". Prohibits the manufacture, assembly, acceptance for sale, and selling of certain upholstered furniture, mattresses, and mattress pads that contain more than 0.1% of a flame retardan...
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2019-01-07
#35HB1307IntroducedHealth care service cost sharing. Requires a state employee health plan, an accident and sickness insurer, and a health maintenance organization to count cost sharing payments made on behalf of a covered individual toward the covered individual's cos...
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2019-02-12
#36HB1237PassedSubscription auto sales. Extends the subscription program prohibition to May 1, 2020. Provides that effective July 1, 2013, a document preparation fee in excess of $200 is an unfair practice. Specifies certain disclosure requirements concerning docum...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 245
#37HB1546PassedPrior authorization and Medicaid. Specifies that after December 31, 2020 the prior authorization for health care services statute applies to the risk based managed care Medicaid program. Requires, after December 31, 2020, that a Medicaid managed care...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 265
#38SB0552EnrolledGaming 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
#39HB1123PassedTelephone solicitation. Adds to the list of telephone calls that are exempt from the "do not call" statute any telephone call made to a consumer by a caller that: (1) is: (A) a communications service provider that offers broadband internet service; o...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 242
#40SB0560PassedVarious election law matters. Makes the following changes in election law: (1) Removes provisions relating to candidates for President of the United States filing ballot placement requests with the secretary of state. (2) Provides that the election d...
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2019-05-06
Public Law 278
#41HB1001PassedState budget. Appropriates money for capital expenditures, the operation of the state, K-12 and higher education, the delivery of Medicaid and other services, and various other distributions and purposes. Renames the build Indiana fund the lottery su...
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2019-04-29
Public Law 108
#42HCR0001PassedA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION to allow the House of Representatives and the Senate of the 121st General Assembly to adjourn and recess separately throughout the First Regular Session for periods in excess of three (3) consecutive days as the need, in the j...
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2018-11-20
Returned to the House
#43SR0008PassedA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Kye Hoehn upon her retirement.
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2018-11-20
First reading: adopted voice vote
#44SR0007PassedA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Senator Mike Delph upon his retirement from the Indiana State Senate.
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2018-11-20
Senator Young M added as coauthor
#45SR0006PassedA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Tracy Mann upon her retirement and thanking her for 28 years of exceptional service to the Indiana State Senate.
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2018-11-20
Senators Alting, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Boots, Breaux, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Doriot, Ford J.D., Ford Jon, Freeman, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Head, Holdman, Houchin, Koch, 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
#46SR0002PassedA SENATE RESOLUTION congratulating Covenant Christian High School on being awarded the National Athletic Trainers' Association's Safe Sports School Award.
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2018-11-20
First reading: adopted voice vote
#47SB0034IntroducedSmoking in a motor vehicle with a small child present. Provides that a person who smokes in a motor vehicle while a child less than six years of age is a passenger commits a Class B infraction. Provides that a person who is convicted of smoking in a ...
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2019-01-03
#48SB0020IntroducedSentencing. Makes Level 2 through Level 4 felonies nonsuspendible if the person has a prior unrelated felony conviction. Increases the maximum penalty for a Level 1 felony from 40 to 50 years. Makes the penalty for a Level 3 felony six to 20 years, w...
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2019-01-03
#49SB0104IntroducedSmall loans. Changes the current incremental finance charge limits that apply to a small loan to a maximum annual rate. Prohibits making, or taking other actions with respect to, a small loan with a greater rate or amount of interest, or other fees a...
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2019-02-26
Third reading: defeated; Roll Call 211: yeas 22, nays 27
#50SB0027EngrossedPunitive damages. Provides that certain limitations on punitive damages do not apply to civil actions where the defendant has been charged with committing an act of sexual misconduct and the act of sexual misconduct gives rise to the civil action. Ra...
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2019-03-14
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