IN Legislation | 2015 | Regular Session

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HB1307PassLake County city and town court jurisdiction. Increases the maximum civil jurisdiction from an amount in controversy of $3,000 to an amount in controversy of $6,000 for the: (1) East Chicago, Gary, Hammond, Hobart, and Crown Point city courts; and (2...
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2015-05-04
Public Law 143
SB0329PassDisposition of aborted remains. Defines "fetus". Establishes a right, beginning January 1, 2016, for a pregnant woman who has an abortion to determine the final disposition of the aborted fetus. Requires that a pregnant woman be informed orally and i...
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2015-05-04
Public Law 113
HB1341PassInsurance matters. Requires disregard of a spouse's assets in Medicaid eligibility determinations related to long term care insurance. Corrects a conflict concerning payment of expenses of the department of insurance (department) from the general fun...
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2015-05-04
Public Law 146
SB0199PassSubstantive problems in the Indiana Code. Resolves various nontechnical conflicts and problems not suitable for resolution in the annual technical corrections bill, including: (1) statutes that have been both amended and repealed; (2) ambiguous langu...
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2015-05-04
Public Law 109
HB1194PassHigh school diplomas. Provides that, beginning with the annual case review when a student who is a child with a disability is in grade 8, the student's individualized education program must include the type of diploma the student will seek and the co...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 99
HB1053PassDrink sales at microbrewery, farm winery, and artisan distillery. Allows any combination of a microbrewery, farm winery, and an artisan distillery that occupy the same building to sell by the glass the microbrewery's beer, the farm winery's wine, and...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 97
HB1300PassOrdinances related to building and housing laws. Specifies that an ordinance or other regulation adopted by a political subdivision that qualifies as a fire safety law or a building law: (1) must be submitted to the fire prevention and building safet...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 101
HB1242PassReserve officer training. Requires police reserve officers to complete mandatory inservice training: (1) in interacting with persons with mental illness, addictive disorders, mental retardation, autism, developmental disabilities, and Alzheimer's dis...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 100
HB1050PassActions 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.
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2015-04-30
Public Law 96
HB1045PassRecreational 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...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 95
HB1036PassStatutory authorization to construct interstates. Removes requirement that the general assembly enact a statute authorizing the construction of I-69 in Perry Township (Marion County) before I-69 may be constructed in Perry Township.
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2015-04-30
Public Law 94
HB1015PassBenefit corporations. Allows a business entity to incorporate as a benefit corporation under Indiana law.
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2015-04-30
Public Law 93
HB1413PassAircraft. Removes the automatic reclassification of an aircraft in an aircraft dealer's inventory from the status of "aircraft inventory" to the status of "property of a nondealer" after 180 days. Provides that an airplane that has total time in serv...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 102
HB1414PassSchool safety drills. Allows a school to substitute a tornado drill or manmade occurrence disaster drill for not more than two fire drills each semester. Provides that the substitutions may not be made in consecutive months. Provides that the governi...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 103
SB0358PassMedications. 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...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 89
SB0361PassDefense to liability concerning liquefied petroleum gas providers. Provides that the provider of liquefied petroleum gas that was used in: (1) liquefied petroleum gas equipment; or (2) a liquefied petroleum gas appliance; involved in causing bodily i...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 90
SB0306PassLimited liability arising from trespassing. Provides that a person who possesses any fee, reversionary, or easement interest in real property, including an owner, a lessee, or another lawful occupant of real property, does not owe a duty of care to a...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 88
SB0474PassAnalysis of water utility planning and needs. Requires the Indiana finance authority (authority) to prepare an analysis of the planning and long range needs of: (1) the water utilities serving the 15 most populous cities in Indiana; and (2) five othe...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 91
SB0546PassAbortion matters. Amends the definition of "abortion clinic" as follows: (1) Refers to a health care provider instead of a freestanding entity. (2) Exempts from the definition of "abortion clinic" a health care provider that provides an abortion indu...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 92
HB1068PassBackground checks. Makes changes to the definition of an "expanded criminal history check", which is required for employment at a school.
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2015-04-30
Public Law 98
HB1434PassDepartment of child services. Makes changes to the child services and juvenile laws concerning the following: (1) Criminal history background checks. (2) Exception of certain governmental employees to licensing or certification requirements of social...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 104
HB1508PassPerformance bonds of land developers. Prohibits a unit of local government from adopting or enforcing an ordinance, rule, or other policy requiring a land developer of Class 1 or Class 2 structures to do the following: (1) With certain exceptions, ob...
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2015-04-30
Public Law 105
SB0285PassInmate correspondence. Allows a confined person to elect to use another method of correspondence offered by the department of correction instead of using stationery, envelopes, and postage provided by the department.
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2015-04-29
Public Law 78
SB0173PassDOC specialized vocational program. Allows the department of correction to establish a specialized vocational program to train minimum security risk inmates in certain trades that are capable of providing inmates with employment paying a sustainable ...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 73
SB0297PassSmall brewer barrel limits. Changes the number of barrels of beer that a small brewer may manufacture in a calendar year for sale or distribution within Indiana from 30,000 to 90,000. Provides that the barrel limits apply to the aggregate number of b...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 79
SB0313PassDefinition of "sexual conduct". Adds exhibition of the female breast to the definition of "sexual conduct" for purposes of the law concerning child exploitation and child pornography.
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2015-04-29
Public Law 80
SB0484PassFire and emergency response issues. Creates the intrastate mutual aid compact to complement existing mutual aid agreements. Allows the Indiana department of homeland security (IDHS) to deploy a national urban search and rescue response system task fo...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 85
SB0556PassFire prevention and building safety. Changes the definition of "building law" to include a law governing sanitary conditions and sanitary facilities in elementary and secondary school buildings and on the school grounds. Allows the fire prevention an...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 86
SB0094PassStatute 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...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 72
SB0007PassAbandoned mobile homes. Makes changes to the procedure in current law for the sale or salvage of an abandoned mobile home located on private property, other than mobile homes located in a mobile home community. Provides, except in the case of an aban...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 71
SB0280PassMilitary designation on driver's licenses and ID cards. Provides that an individual may request an indication of the individual's veteran status or active military or naval service status on the individual's driver's license or state identification c...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 77
HCR0080PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to name the section of Interstate 70 from Brazil to Indianapolis and the section of Interstate 65 from Seymour to Indianapolis as "The Tuskegee Airmen Highway".
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2015-04-29
Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 598: yeas 98, nays 0
SB0355PassVarious probate and trust matters. Provides that a trust may incorporate by reference a document that exists at the time the trust is executed. Specifies that funeral expenses and expenses of a tombstone are expenses of administration. Expands the de...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 81
SB0197PassChauffeur's license exemption. Authorizes an individual to transport: (1) a recreational vehicle; or (2) a towing vehicle and recreational vehicle; without a chauffeur's license in certain circumstances.
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2015-04-29
Public Law 76
SB0433PassShotguns. Repeals the prohibition against manufacturing, importing, selling, or possessing a sawed-off shotgun. Provides for a 10 year sentence enhancement if a person possesses a sawed-off shotgun in violation of federal law while committing certain...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 84
SB0567PassRedevelopment commissions and authorities. Requires a redevelopment commission or redevelopment authority to hold an organizational meeting on a day that is not a Saturday, a Sunday, or a legal holiday and that is their first meeting day of the year....
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2015-04-29
Public Law 87
SB0390PassLake County solid waste management district. Provides that the county executive of Lake County, in response to a recommendation submitted by the solid waste management district of the county, may adopt a resolution: (1) confirming the authority of th...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 83
SB0175PassCredit time. Defines "accrued credit", "credit time", "educational credit", and "good time credit", and applies these definitions uniformly in the criminal code and the corrections code.
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2015-04-29
Public Law 74
SB0193PassNorthwest Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Designates the Northwest Indiana Law Enforcement Academy as a criminal justice agency, and specifies that it is a board certified training center. Defines the powers and duties of its board of directors.
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2015-04-29
Public Law 75
SB0006PassPowdered or crystalline alcohol. Makes it a Class B infraction to possess, purchase, sell, offer to sell, or use powdered or crystalline alcohol. Establishes exceptions. Urges the legislative council to assign to the public policy interim study commi...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 70
SB0383PassAutocycles and motorcycles. Defines autocycle for purposes of the motor vehicle code; provides that an autocycle is a motorcycle. Removes the requirement that the handlebars of a motorcycle or a motor driven cycle rise not higher than the shoulders o...
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2015-04-29
Public Law 82
SB0315EnrollSchool property. Provides that a consolidated school corporation shall offer to transfer property to the township from which the consolidated school corporation received the property for any purpose if the property is no longer needed by the school c...
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2015-04-28
House Advisors appointed: Thompson, Cook and Smith V
HB1165PassRental registration and inspection programs. Exempts programs that apply only to rooming houses and hotels from provisions regulating local government rental registration or inspection programs.
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2015-04-27
Public Law 65
HB1505PassSale of nonsurplus municipal water utility property. Amends the procedures for the sale or disposition of nonsurplus municipally owned water, wastewater, or combined water and wastewater utility property as follows: (1) Provides that the municipal le...
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2015-04-27
Public Law 68
HB1119PassReceipt of gift by permittee. Removes a provision that increases the penalty for an alcoholic beverage retailer or dealer to accept a gift from an alcoholic beverage manufacturer or other permittee from a Class A misdemeanor to a Level 6 felony if th...
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2015-04-27
Public Law 64
HB1080PassEMS provider death benefit. Provides a public safety officer special death benefit to an emergency medical services provider who, after June 30, 2015, dies as a direct result of personal injury or illness resulting from the provider's performance of ...
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2015-04-27
Public Law 62
HB1093PassInformation concerning certain disabilities. Requires the state department of health to collect certain information to be disseminated by health care facilities and health care providers to parents who receive prenatal test results for Down syndrome ...
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2015-04-27
Public Law 63
HB1196PassCHINS and delinquent child dual determination. Requires that in a child in need of services (CHINS) determination, a court shall determine if the child has been adjudicated as a delinquent child. Requires that in a delinquency determination, a court ...
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2015-04-27
Public Law 66
HB1601PassVarious workforce development matters. Reorganizes and recodifies the duties and programs of the department of workforce development (department). Allows the division of family resources and the department to enter into a memorandum of understanding ...
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2015-04-27
Public Law 69
HB1016PassNewborn safety incubators. Requires the commission on improving the status of children in Indiana to submit, before January 1, 2016, to the general assembly and the governor's office recommendations concerning: (1) new methods or mechanisms for carry...
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2015-04-27
Public Law 61
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