IN Legislation | 2011 | Regular Session | Passed

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HB1288PassProvides that a civil taxing unit's maximum permissible property tax levy may not be reduced if the unit does not use its entire maximum levy authority in the preceding year. Provides that a school corporation's maximum permissible transportation lev...
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2011-05-16
SECTION 4 effective retroactive to 01/01/2008
HB1291PassProvides that a municipality is not liable for the investigation, assessment, or opinion offered by the city board of works, town council, or designee in connection to storm water nuisances. Establishes an alternative dispute process for dealing with...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1474PassProvides that the information forms to be completed by medical facilities where abortions are performed must: (1) elicit disclosure of the age of the father; (2) include the date the pregnancy was terminated; and (2) include the date the form was rec...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HJR0006PassProvides that only marriage between one man and one woman shall be valid or recognized as a marriage in Indiana. Provides that a legal status identical or substantially similar to that of marriage for unmarried individuals shall not be valid or recog...
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2011-05-16
Public Law 231
HB1297PassProvides that in order to serve as a depository of public funds, a financial institution does not have to maintain a capital ratio in excess of the minimum required by the institution's governmental supervisory body if the institution has fully colla...
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2011-05-16
Effective 05/10/2011
HB1486PassMakes various changes to the law concerning retention of an examiner by the department of insurance, annual audited financial reporting, insurance producer education and licensing, insurer investments, holding company system transactions, insurance a...
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2011-05-16
SECTIONS 28 through 47 effective 07/01/2011
HB1046PassProvides a 50% property tax deduction to a residential builder for a single family residence, townhouse, or condominium that has never been occupied. Specifies that the deduction terminates when title to the structure is transferred to the homeowner....
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1047PassRequires the division to: (1) conduct a study on the number and types of audits and surveys required of entities providing services for which the division pays; and (2) evaluate whether certain providers that have achieved national accreditation shou...
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2011-05-16
Effective 05/10/2011
HB1048PassMakes the following changes: (1) Allows a member of the 1977 police officers' and firefighters' pension and disability fund (1977 fund) (or survivor of a member) who applied for disability prior to 1990 and is receiving a disability benefit to apply ...
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2011-05-16
SECTION 6 effective 05/10/2011
HB1310PassAllows the board of trustees of Purdue University to establish a fire department for the West Lafayette campus, with fire and emergency response and medical services jurisdiction on the West Lafayette campus and streets passing through and adjacent t...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1311PassEliminates review of zoning decisions by certiorari, and establishes a judicial review procedure. Provides procedures for vacation of a plat, including any recorded covenants. Allows a plan commission to adopt a rule to limit further consideration fo...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1313PassProvides that tax increment revenues for a tax increment financing (TIF) allocation area do not include property taxes that are imposed after being approved by the voters in a referendum or local public question.
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2011-05-16
SECTION 22 effective 05/10/2011
HB1054PassLists criminal statutes that are codified outside IC 35. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the criminal code evaluation commission.)
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1316PassEstablishes the division of youth services transitional services fund (fund) to provide juvenile transitional services to delinquent offenders. Permits a juvenile court to order a parent to pay the clerk of the court to provide funds to reimburse: (1...
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2011-05-16
SECTION 6 effective 05/10/2011
HB1055PassEnacts the uniform adult guardianship and protective proceedings jurisdiction act. Governs issues concerning original jurisdiction, registration, transfer, and out-of-state enforcement of guardianships and protective orders appointed or issued for ad...
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2011-05-16
SECTION 11 effective 05/10/2011
HB1502PassUrges the legislative council to assign the topics of: (1) unlawful ingestion of controlled substances by pregnant women; (2) substance abuse by men; and (3) whether the penalty for unlawful use of a controlled substance should be based on the amount...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1318PassProvides that on request of an individual who has applied for employment with a noncriminal justice organization or individual, the state police shall process a request for a national fingerprint based criminal history check of the individual from th...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1058PassAuthorizes the attorney general to bring an action against the board of directors of a homeowners association or individual members of a homeowners association if the attorney general makes certain findings. Provides for judicial remedies for violati...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1321PassMakes changes to the uniform commercial code pertaining to secured transactions to conform to recommendations made by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. Provides clarification regarding how a name of an individual debtor ...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2013
HB1324PassUrges the legislative council to assign the topics of child molesting and child solicitation to an existing study committee to study the topic, including whether to elevate the sentences for the offenses under certain circumstances.
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1325PassMakes criminal conversion of a leased motor vehicle a Class D felony instead of a Class A misdemeanor.
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1071PassSpecifies requirements for billing and claims related to anatomic pathology services.
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1334PassRequires the joint study committee on transportation and infrastructure assessment and solutions to study, during the 2011 interim, issues related to the use of motorized bicycles and motor scooters.
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1074PassProvides that, beginning in 2012, school board members selected by election must be elected at general elections and take office the following January 1. Provides that a school board plan may be amended to allow for both election and appointment of t...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1075PassSpecifies that for purposes of out of hospital do not resuscitate declarations, health care facilities are considered out of hospital.
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1340PassRequires the state board of education (state board) to receive, distribute, and account for funds received for career and technical education under federal law. Assigns to the state board responsibility for the planning and implementation of secondar...
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2011-05-16
Effective 04/01/2011
HB1341PassRequires a school corporation, including a charter school, to expend a proportionate share of its state special education grant on providing special education services to parentally placed nonpublic school students with disabilities.
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2011-05-16
SECTION 4 effective 04/26/2011
HB1343PassAllows money in the lake and river enhancement fund to be used in projects such as sediment removal, control of exotic or invasive plants or animals, or removal of logjams or obstructions.
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1528PassMakes various changes to the laws concerning: (1) financial institutions; (2) debt management companies; (3) pawnbrokers; (4) money transmitters; (5) check cashers; (6) persons licensed under the Uniform Consumer Credit Code; and (7) first lien mortg...
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2011-05-16
SECTIONS 77 through 78 effective 07/01/2011
HB1082PassProvides that an off-road vehicle or snowmobile that is owned and used for official business by the state, a municipal corporation, or a volunteer fire department is not required to be registered with the department of natural resources (DNR). Provid...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HB1083PassProvides defenses to the crimes of disseminating matter that is harmful to minors, child exploitation, and possession of child pornography if a cellular telephone was used and the defendant and recipient of the matter are certain ages and meet other ...
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2011-05-16
Effective 07/01/2011
HR0073PassHonoring First Lieutenant Malcolm M. Webb upon receiving Medal of Valor.
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2011-04-29
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0120PassHonoring Pi Kappa Phi winners, R.B. Stewart Award, Purdue's top fraternity.
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2011-04-29
First reading: adopted voice vote
HR0074PassHonoring Attorney James H. Voyles, the Paul H. Buchanan Award winner.
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2011-04-29
First reading: adopted voice vote
HCR0062PassFixing the date for the 1st regular technical session.
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2011-04-29
Returned to the House
HR0071PassHonoring Donna Fulton, longtime House employee, upon her retirement.
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2011-04-29
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0114PassUrging the Indiana delegation to propose an amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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2011-04-29
Senators Alting, Banks, Becker, Boots, Bray, Buck, Charbonneau, Delph, Eckerty, Gard, Glick, Grooms, Head, Hershman, Holdman, Kenley, Kruse, Landske, Lawson, Leising, Merritt, Miller, Mishler, Nugent, Paul, Smith, Steele, Tomes, Walker, Waltz, Waterman, Wyss, Yoder, M. Young and Zakas added as coauthors
SR0122PassUrging legislative council to authorize Criminal Law Study Commission meetings.
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2011-04-29
First reading: adopted voice vote
HR0069PassUrging a study committee on issues concerning professional teaching standards.
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2011-04-29
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0121PassHonoring Dan Novreske on his retirement, 40 years service in state government.
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2011-04-29
Senators Alting, Arnold, Banks, Becker, Boots, Bray, Breaux, Broden, Buck, Charbonneau, Delph, Eckerty, Gard, Glick, Grooms, Head, Hershman, Holdman, Hume, Kruse, Lanane, Landske, Lawson, Leising, Long, Merritt, Miller, Mishler, Mrvan, Nugent, Paul, Randolph, Rogers, Schneider, Simpson, Skinner, Smith, Steele, Tallian, Taylor, Tomes, Walker, Waltz, Waterman, Wyss, Yoder, M. Young, R. Young and Zakas added as coauthors
HCR0005PassUrging the United States government to cease mandates.
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2011-04-29
Senator Steele added as cosponsor
HR0070PassHonoring the memory of Bill Brown, Attacks HS basketball star.
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2011-04-29
First reading: adopted voice vote
HR0072PassHonoring Richard Sheets, longtime employee of LSA, upon his retirement.
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2011-04-29
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0107PassStudy of the management of the New Hire database.
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2011-04-29
Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR0109PassHonoring Lovilee Johnson on her retirement after 37 years of service to Indiana.
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2011-04-28
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0118PassExpressing the Senate's sincere appreciation to the staff of LSA.
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2011-04-28
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0117PassExpressing sincere appreciation for the Chiropractor of the Day program.
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2011-04-28
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0112PassHonoring Valena Clauss on her retirement from teaching kindergarten, 39 years.
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2011-04-28
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0115PassRecognizing the outstanding work of the Indiana State Senate employees.
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2011-04-28
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0108PassHonoring Mayor Steve Luecke of South Bend for his service to the citizens.
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2011-04-28
First reading: adopted voice vote
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