IN HB1001 | 2023 | Regular Session


Spectrum: Moderate Partisan Bill (Republican 4-1)
Status: Engrossed on February 24 2023 - 50% progression
Action: 2023-02-27 - First reading: referred to Committee on Appropriations
Pending: Senate Appropriations Committee
Hearing: Mar 30 @ 9:00 am in Room 431
Text: Latest bill text (Engrossed) [PDF]


State 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. Provides that the auditor of state is also known as the state comptroller. Provides that, after June 30, 2023, the auditor of state shall use the title "state comptroller" in conducting state business, in all contracts, on business cards, on stationery, and with other means of communication as necessary. Establishes the opioid settlement fund into which funds received from opioid litigation settlements must be deposited. Allows the budget committee to submit the budget report and budget bill or bills to the governor on or before the second Monday of January, or the third Monday of January in the year in which a gubernatorial election is held (instead of before that date). Requires the state personnel department to require a contractor, when contracting for health care coverage for state employees, to use value based coverage. Allows the Indiana economic development corporation to certify an applicable tax credit that exceeds the maximum allowable amount after review by the budget committee. Provides that specified expenses are eligible to be funded by the fund established under the regional economic acceleration and development initiative (READI). Provides that the READI program expires on June 30, 2026. Allows an individual to claim an increased exemption amount for a dependent child in the first year in which the exemption amount may be claimed for the child. Reduces the individual income tax rate to 2.9% by 2026 and eliminates all trigger provisions in current law. Allows a county fiscal body to impose a tax rate on the adjusted gross income of local taxpayers in the county for public health purposes. Establishes the regional public safety training fund. Repeals provisions relating to the establishment of the: (1) Indiana homeland security foundation; (2) Indiana homeland security fund; and (3) fire training infrastructure fund. Allows certain members of the public employees' retirement fund or Indiana state teachers' retirement fund to file an election to begin receiving retirement benefits while holding a position. Changes the state police pre-1987 benefit and supplemental pension benefit calculation from being based on the sixth year of service to the fourth year of service. Repeals the public mass transportation fund. Repeals the financial responsibility compliance verification fund. Changes the number of years of service on which the salary matrix for state police employees is based to 15 years (instead of 20 years). Requires the department of correction to deposit the amount appropriated for the county misdemeanant fund by a county's multiplier. Requires the office of Medicaid policy and planning (office) to: (1) develop a schedule for the review of Medicaid reimbursement rates; and (2) provide a copy of the schedule to the budget committee; not later than November 1, 2023. Increases the maximum amount of a grant made under the prekindergarten pilot program. Establishes the commission on improving the status of children fund to support the staffing and operations of the commission. Provides that a part of state user fees shall be deposited in the Indiana secured school fund. Repeals the distribution schedule for appropriations made for certain child development programs. Deletes reimbursement rate parameters for reimbursement of managed care organizations under the healthy Indiana plan. Extends the sunset of the collection of hospital assessment fees and health facility quality assessment fees from June 30, 2023, to June 30, 2025. Increases the total number of adult learner students at the Excel Centers for Adult Learners and Christel House DORS centers for whom the school may receive state funding. Provides that the parent of a student or an emancipated minor who attends an accredited nonpublic school and who meets financial eligibility requirements may request reimbursement of fees charged for curricular materials. Prohibits school corporations and charter schools from charging a fee for curricular materials to students. Repeals the charter and innovation network school grant program. Establishes the innovation network school grant program. Establishes the Indiana education scholarship account donation fund to accept donations for administration of the Indiana education scholarship account program. Repeals the special education fund. Establishes the outcomes based formula fund from which the commission for higher education may annually request distributions from the outcomes based formula fund for each state educational institution. Provides that state user fees remaining after required distributions shall be distributed to the state general fund (instead of the court technology fund). Makes certain amendments to the juvenile diversion grant program, the juvenile community alternatives grant program, and the juvenile behavioral health competitive grant pilot program (programs). Requires grants for the programs to be administered by the Indiana criminal justice institute in consultation with the juvenile justice oversight committee (oversight committee) and the grant process workgroup created by the oversight committee, taking into consideration the grant program report prepared and submitted to the commission on improving the status of children in Indiana by the oversight committee. Requires the state comptroller to deposit distributions of pro bono legal services fees received from the: (1) clerk of a circuit court; (2) clerk of a city or town court; or (3) Marion County small claims court; in the pro bono legal services fund. Provides that unexpended and unencumbered amounts appropriated to the legislative services agency in a state fiscal year ending before July 1, 2024, do not revert to the state general fund. Extends the judicial and legislative branch leave conversion pilot program through June 30, 2025. Provides for the calculation of salary increases for the governor and state elected officials. Provides for the calculation of salary increases for court officers. Requires the state comptroller to transfer $80,000,000 from the tobacco master settlement agreement fund to the state construction fund on July 1, 2023. Provides that unexpended and unencumbered amounts appropriated from the federal economic stimulus fund in the state fiscal year ending before July 1, 2023, do not revert to the state general fund. Appropriates money for various purposes for the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2023. Provides that a certain amount of property tax revenue distributed to a school corporation's operations fund must be determined without regard to the property tax caps. Provides that the corresponding reduction in tax revenue to other political subdivisions must be allocated proportionately. Establishes phased-in maximum tax rates that apply to certain school corporations. Requires the state comptroller to distribute a grant amount to schools based on a targeted amount of funding and the net collected revenue the school received from its operations fund levy in the previous calendar year. Establishes the credential completion grant. Removes pathways for choice scholarship eligibility. Increases the annual income maximum for choice scholarship eligibility. Provides that a school corporation is eligible for an academic performance grant. Defines "base student funding" and "state student funding". Provides that state appropriations may not be used to pay for the administration, operation, or programs of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction. Makes conforming changes.

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Roll Calls

2023-02-23 - House - House - Third reading (Y: 66 N: 29 NV: 0 Abs: 5) [PASS]
2023-02-22 - House - House - Amendment #11 (GiaQuinta) failed (Y: 26 N: 61 NV: 6 Abs: 7) [FAIL]
2023-02-22 - House - House - Amendment #2 (Sweet) prevailed (Y: 53 N: 34 NV: 6 Abs: 7) [PASS]
2023-02-22 - House - House - Amendment #14 (Porter) failed (Y: 28 N: 62 NV: 2 Abs: 8) [FAIL]


2023-02-27SenateFirst reading: referred to Committee on Appropriations
2023-02-24HouseReferred to the Senate
2023-02-23HouseSenate sponsors: Senators Mishler and Garten
2023-02-23HouseThird reading: passed; Roll Call 234: yeas 66, nays 29
2023-02-22HouseSecond reading: amended, ordered engrossed
2023-02-22HouseAmendment #11 (GiaQuinta) failed; Roll Call 205: yeas 26, nays 61
2023-02-22HouseAmendment #16 (DeLaney) ruled out of order
2023-02-22HouseAmendment #12 (Hamilton) prevailed; voice vote
2023-02-22HouseAmendment #13 (Pryor) prevailed; voice vote
2023-02-22HouseAmendment #2 (Sweet) prevailed; Roll Call 204: yeas 53, nays 34
2023-02-22HouseAmendment #14 (Porter) failed; Roll Call 203: yeas 28, nays 62
2023-02-22HouseAmendment #3 (Thompson) prevailed; voice vote
2023-02-20HouseCommittee report: amend do pass, adopted
2023-01-12HouseFirst reading: referred to Committee on Ways and Means
2023-01-12HouseAuthored by Representative Thompson
2023-01-12HouseCoauthored by Representatives Porter and Cherry


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