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Active Indiana Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
SB0426County and township assessor qualifications. Removes requirements that a candidate for county or township assessor must attain a certain level assessor-appraiser certification as a condition for becoming a candidate for the office. Provides that an i...2015-03-31
Amendment #1 (Truitt) prevailed; voice vote
HB1452Natural resources matters. Allows the department of administration to sell abandoned railroad corridor property to an adjacent landowner under certain conditions. Adds supplies purchased for resale at properties owned or managed by the department of ...2015-03-31
Third reading: passed; Roll Call 357: yeas 48, nays 0
HB1050Actions against a surveyor. Provides that an action to recover damages for a deficiency in a land survey must be brought against the surveyor not later than 10 years after the date of the survey.2015-03-31
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
SB0508Animals and agriculture. Makes certain changes to the exemptions to the food establishment requirements concerning eggs and poultry. Defines "equine massage therapy". Provides that equine massage therapy is not included in the practice of veterinary ...2015-03-31
Third reading: passed; Roll Call 360: yeas 94, nays 0
SB0372Standard deduction for homesteads. Provides that after December 31, 2015, if more than one individual or entity qualifies property as a homestead for an assessment date, only one standard deduction from the assessed value of the homestead may be appl...2015-03-31
Representative Pryor added as cosponsor
SB0358Medications. Defines "medication therapy management" for the purposes of the regulation of pharmacies and pharmacists. Adds the provision of medication therapy management to the definition of "the practice of pharmacy". Includes advanced practice nur...2015-03-31
Third reading: passed; Roll Call 350: yeas 91, nays 4
HB1104Financial examinations and the state board of accounts. Permits the state board of accounts to determine the frequency with which the state board of accounts conducts financial examinations based on risk based criteria approved by the audit and finan...2015-03-31
Returned to the House with amendments
HB1045Recreational facility immunity. Specifies the duties and responsibilities of the users and the operator of a recreational facility operated by an elementary, secondary, or postsecondary educational institution. Specifies that the operator of such a r...2015-03-31
Senator Young, M. added as third sponsor
SB0094Statute of limitations for rape. Provides that a rape charge otherwise barred by the statute of limitations may be brought within five years of the time that: (1) the state first discovers DNA evidence sufficient to charge the offender; (2) the state...2015-03-31
Motion to Concur in House Amendments: prevailed; adopted roll call
HB1161Immunity for damage caused rescuing a child. Grants civil immunity to a person who forcibly enters a locked motor vehicle for the purpose of rescuing a child. Does not extend civil immunity to acts involving gross negligence or willful and wanton mis...2015-03-31
Returned to the House with amendments

Most Viewed Indiana Bills

BillSummaryText
SB0539Regulation of e-liquids. Defines "e-liquid" as a substance that is intended to be vaporized and inhaled using a vapor pen. Requires a manufacturer of e-liquid to obtain a permit from the alcohol and tobacco commission before bottling e-liquid or sell...Bill Text
HB1320Distributed generation. Amends provisions related to cogeneration facilities to include certain host operations. Provides that the utility regulatory commission may authorize an electricity supplier to establish certain tariffs, rates and charges, an...Bill Text
SB0101Religious freedom restoration. Prohibits a governmental entity from substantially burdening a person's exercise of religion, even if the burden results from a rule of general applicability, unless the governmental entity can demonstrate that the burd...Bill Text
HB1144Handgun license repeal. Repeals the law that requires a person to obtain a license to carry a handgun in Indiana. Makes conforming amendments.Bill Text
HB1432Regulation of e-liquids. Defines "e-liquid" as a substance that is intended to be vaporized and inhaled using a vapor pen. Requires a manufacturer of e-liquid to obtain a permit from the alcohol and tobacco commission before bottling e-liquid or sell...Bill Text
HB1609State board of education. Provides that the members of the state board of education shall elect annually a chairperson from the members of the state board.Bill Text
HB1046Study of sales tax exemptions for bullion or currency. Refers the following questions to the legislative council for assignment to an appropriate interim study committee: (1) Whether sales of precious metals bullion or currency should be exempt from ...Bill Text
HB1478Marion County fire consolidation. Authorizes the consolidation of a township fire department or fire protection territory in Marion County into the fire department of the consolidated city if the following occur: (1) The mayor of the consolidated cit...Bill Text
HB1486Education issues. Requires the state board of education (state board) to adopt voluntary prekindergarten standards that align with the kindergarten through grade 12 standards. Provides that records of the state board shall be kept by the state board....Bill Text
HB1143Possession of firearms on state property. Prohibits a state agency, including a state supported college or university, from regulating the possession or transportation of firearms, ammunition, or firearm accessories: (1) on land that is; or (2) in bu...Bill Text

Most Monitored Indiana Bills

BillSummaryText
HB1235Tobacco and smoking. Imposes a tax on electronic cigarettes. Deposits the tax into the tobacco use prevention and cessation trust fund. Prohibits a tobacco sales certificate if the premises contains a pharmacy. Increases the fee for a tobacco sales c...Bill Text
HB1432Regulation of e-liquids. Defines "e-liquid" as a substance that is intended to be vaporized and inhaled using a vapor pen. Requires a manufacturer of e-liquid to obtain a permit from the alcohol and tobacco commission before bottling e-liquid or sell...Bill Text
SB0539Regulation of e-liquids. Defines "e-liquid" as a substance that is intended to be vaporized and inhaled using a vapor pen. Requires a manufacturer of e-liquid to obtain a permit from the alcohol and tobacco commission before bottling e-liquid or sell...Bill Text
HB1144Handgun license repeal. Repeals the law that requires a person to obtain a license to carry a handgun in Indiana. Makes conforming amendments.Bill Text
SB0284Medical marijuana. Establishes a medical marijuana program and permits caregivers and patients who have received a physician recommendation to possess a certain quantity of marijuana for treatment. Creates the department of marijuana enforcement (DOM...Bill Text
HB1169Use of electronic cigarettes. Adds use of an electronic cigarette to the definition of "smoking" for purposes of the laws that prohibit smoking in certain places.Bill Text
HB1320Distributed generation. Amends provisions related to cogeneration facilities to include certain host operations. Provides that the utility regulatory commission may authorize an electricity supplier to establish certain tariffs, rates and charges, an...Bill Text
HB1026Sunday sales of alcoholic beverages for carryout. Provides that a holder of an alcoholic beverage permit who is authorized by law to sell alcoholic beverages for carryout may sell alcoholic beverages for carryout on Sunday.Bill Text
SB0384Taxation of electronic cigarettes. Imposes a tax on electronic cigarettes at a rate of $0.0083 per milligram of nicotine per one milliliter of consumable product. Deposits the revenue from the tax in the state general fund.Bill Text
HB1143Possession of firearms on state property. Prohibits a state agency, including a state supported college or university, from regulating the possession or transportation of firearms, ammunition, or firearm accessories: (1) on land that is; or (2) in bu...Bill Text

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