IN Legislation | 2015 | Regular Session

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HB1471PassRecreational trails guidelines. Requires the division of outdoor recreation of the department of natural resources to develop recreational trails guidelines to address the following issues as they relate to recreational trails: (1) Clear statement of...
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2015-04-27
Public Law 67
HB1141PassJudgment dockets. Specifies that the clerk of a circuit court: (1) shall keep a judgment docket for the circuit court and for each superior court and probate court served by the clerk; and (2) is the official keeper of the judgment docket for the cir...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 55
SB0294PassLegend drug investigations. Provides that certain laws concerning obtaining a legend drug or the validity of a prescription or drug order do not apply to actions of a person, practitioner, or pharmaceutical manufacturer performed in an investigation ...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 48
HB1182PassFire training academy. Increases the board of firefighting personnel standards and education from 11 to 13 members. Allows the division of fire and building safety (division) of the Indiana department of homeland security (IDHS) to establish a fire a...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 40
HB1184PassControlled substances. Authorizes optometrists who meet certain requirements to prescribe Tramadol. Adds Tramadol as a schedule IV controlled substance. Includes hydrocodone combination products as schedule II controlled substances. Removes dihydroco...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 56
SB0318PassInsulin provided by township trustees. Allows a township trustee to require an individual who presents a claim for insulin to file a standard application for township assistance. (Current law allows the township trustee to require an individual to fi...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 51
SB0282PassUnclaimed property act and savings bonds. Provides that, for purposes of the law concerning unclaimed property, United States savings bonds are presumed abandoned three years after the date the bonds stop earning interest. Provides that all property ...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 47
SB0447PassManagement of funeral trust accounts. Provides that the bank, trust company, savings association, or credit union that receives the payments made by the settlor of a funeral trust may enter into a contract under which the settlor's account will be ma...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 53
HB1454PassAuto-injectable epinephrine. Allows a health care provider with prescriptive authority to prescribe auto-injectable epinephrine to a business, association, or governmental entity (entity) or an entity's branch office. Sets requirements for certain in...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 59
SB0317PassCommunity foundations. Defines an "eligible community foundation" for state income tax purposes as an organization that: (1) is a tax exempt charitable organization; (2) satisfies the public support test for public charities; (3) is an autonomous, no...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 50
SB0002PassService of process. Specifies that "registered or certified mail" includes any means of delivery that provides a return receipt. Provides that the cost of service to not more than two parties may be paid from court fees. Requires a person who request...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 41
SB0207PassAggregate purchasing of prescription drugs. Exempts the purchase of prescription drugs dispensed from an onsite clinic from inclusion in the program for aggregate purchasing of prescription drugs by the state personnel department and state educationa...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 46
HB1401PassMedicaid fraud. Expands the crime of Medicaid fraud to include knowingly or intentionally making, uttering, presenting, or causing to be presented to the Medicaid program a Medicaid claim that is materially false or misleading.
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2015-04-23
Public Law 58
SB0177PassWater and wastewater infrastructure costs. Amends the law on distribution system improvement charges to allow the utility regulatory commission (IURC) to approve the petition of a public utility providing water or wastewater service for an adjustment...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 45
HB1549PassGrain buyer and warehouse operators. Increases the fee for inspecting a moisture testing device. Requires the Indiana grain buyers and warehouse licensing agency (agency) to employ all necessary employees to administer the grain buyer and warehouse l...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 60
SB0394PassReporting of government malfeasance. Provides for confidentiality and relief for an individual who reports certain suspected violations of law by local public officers.
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2015-04-23
Public Law 52
SB0534PassRules for prescribing controlled substances. Requires the medical licensing board to adopt standards and protocols for the prescribing of controlled substances, including the use of abuse deterrent formulations. Requires, before March 1, 2016, the fo...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 54
SB0026PassCoverage of prescription eye drops. Requires that, beginning January 1, 2016, certain state employee health plans, policies of accident and sickness insurance, and health maintenance organization contracts must cover refills of prescription eye drops...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 43
HB1335PassRemoval of public officers. Specifies that a "public officer", for purposes of the law concerning removal of public officers, includes an individual who holds an elected office or an appointed office of the state or a political subdivision. (Current ...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 57
SB0010PassCoroner and conflict of interest. Requires a coroner to obtain the services of the coroner of another county if the coroner believes that he or she has a conflict of interest. Provides that the coroner of the other county shall be reimbursed for all ...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 42
SB0080PassTaxation of Internet access. Provides that neither the state nor a political subdivision may impose, assess, collect, or attempt to collect a tax on Internet access or the use of Internet access.
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2015-04-23
Public Law 44
SB0311PassRecovery of remedial action oversight costs. Amends the definitions of the terms "remedial action", "removal", and "response" to provide that those definitions apply to the law concerning releases of petroleum. Provides that an agreement that the com...
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2015-04-23
Public Law 49
HB1188PassStudent teaching. Requires a student teaching agreement to include a provision requiring a student who is required to complete a student teaching requirement to be supervised by a certificated employee that has been rated as either highly effective o...
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2015-04-22
Public Law 37
SB0373EnrollCivil proceeding advance payment transactions. Defines a "civil proceeding advance payment transaction", or "CPAP transaction", as a nonrecourse transaction in which a person (CPAP provider) provides to a consumer claimant in a civil proceeding a fun...
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2015-04-21
House Advisors appointed: Eberhart, Washburne and DeLaney
SB0438EnrollState and local tax issues. Provides that the fiscal body of a municipality may adopt a resolution renewing an enterprise zone for an additional five years and that all enterprise zones expire and must be phased out by December 31, 2030. Provides tha...
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2015-04-21
House Advisors appointed: Friend, Thompson, Smaltz, Klinker and Riecken
HB1349EnrollVarious tax matters. Provides that the equipment eligible for the double direct sales tax exemption includes material handling equipment purchased for the purpose of transporting materials into production activities from an onsite location. Specifies...
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2015-04-20
Senate Advisors appointed: Eckerty, Tallian and Perfect
HB1449EnrollOpioid treatment. Limits Medicaid reimbursement for Subutex and Suboxone or an similar trade name or generic of the drug when the drug was prescribed for the treatment of pain management to only if the drug was prescribed by a physician who meets cer...
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2015-04-20
Senate Advisors appointed: Miller Patricia, Breaux and Grooms
SB0406PassOverdose intervention drugs. Requires certain emergency personnel to report to the state department of health the number of times an overdose intervention medication is administered. Allows specified health care professionals with prescriptive author...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 32
HB1613PassFamily and social services administration. Specifies that the secretary of family and social services, rather than certain division directors, is: (1) the appointing authority for divisions within the office of the secretary of family and social serv...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 39
HB1142PassTax issues. Specifies that the legislative services agency (rather than the commission on state tax and financing policy or its successor committee, under current law) shall before October 1 of each year conduct the review, analysis, and evaluation o...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 36
SB0309PassElectricity suppliers' service areas. Provides that after May 19, 2015, a municipality that: (1) owns and operates an electric utility; and (2) annexes an area beyond the assigned service area of its municipally owned electric utility; may not petiti...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 31
SB0467PassAdmissibility of appraisal reports. Provides that the Indiana board of tax review shall admit into evidence an appraisal report prepared by an appraiser, unless the appraisal report is ruled inadmissible on grounds other than hearsay.
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2015-04-17
Public Law 33
SB0489PassState board of accounts issues. Provides that the state board of accounts has access to any periodic statement of condition filed by a depository with the treasurer of state. Provides that a vendor upon request shall allow the state board of accounts...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 34
HB1545PassHunting guide services. Amends the definition of "guide services" to include: (1) offering to transport; and (2) transporting; an individual to a location for the purpose of hunting or fishing in exchange for money or other consideration. Provides th...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 38
SB0035PassSpeed limits in school zones. Provides that a city, town, or county may establish a speed limit of not less than 20 miles per hour on a street or highway upon which a school is located if the street or highway is under the jurisdiction of the city, t...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 29
HB1021PassLimit on mine subsidence insurance coverage. Raises the maximum amount of mine subsidence insurance coverage that may be reinsured (and thus the maximum amount of mine subsidence coverage that is available) from $200,000 per structure to $500,000 per...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 35
SB0216PassSt. Joseph River basin commission. Joseph River basin commission. Allows members of the St. Joseph River basin commission (commission) and the commission's executive board that participate in a meeting by electronic means of communication to be count...
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2015-04-17
Public Law 30
SB0395EnrollHistoric hotel preservation and maintenance fund. Provides that $1,000,000 is appropriated from the West Baden Springs historic hotel preservation and maintenance fund (fund) for the period from May 1, 2015, through June 30, 2016, and in each state f...
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2015-04-16
House Advisors appointed: Davisson, Thompson and Riecken
HB1025PassBMV and driver license compact. Provides that the bureau of motor vehicles may issue a person a driver's license if a party state to the driver license compact reports that the driver's license of the person is suspended and the bureau determines tha...
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2015-04-15
Public Law 14
HB1131PassExemption of military reservists from jury duty. Provides that an individual who serves on reserve duty in the armed forces of the United States or the Indiana National Guard while on military orders is exempt from jury duty.
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2015-04-15
Public Law 19
SB0429PassLake County zoning. Allows Lake County to adopt the area planning law. Makes a provision regarding legislative body approval of special exceptions, special uses, and use variances apply to a city or town in Lake County (instead of Lake County).
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2015-04-15
Public Law 10
SB0506PassFleet vehicle registration. Establishes the fleet registration program (program) for Indiana residents who own or lease at least 1,000 passenger motor vehicles or trucks with a declared gross weight of not more than 11,000 pounds. Provides that the b...
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2015-04-15
Public Law 12
HB1617PassMineral estates of unknown or missing owners. Establishes a procedure that allows a person that: (1) is engaged in the production or development of a mineral; and (2) owns or leases a property interest in an area within the boundaries of a proposed p...
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2015-04-15
Public Law 28
SB0004PassTechnical corrections. Resolves: (1) technical conflicts between differing 2014 amendments to Indiana Code sections; and (2) other technical problems in the Indiana Code, including incorrect statutory references, nonstandard tabulation, and various g...
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2015-04-15
Public Law 5
HB1273EnrollFinancing of improvements for Carroll Stadium. Provides that Indiana University may issue and sell bonds to acquire, erect, construct, reconstruct, improve, rehabilitate, remodel, repair, complete, extend, or enlarge capital improvements at the Micha...
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2015-04-15
Senate Advisors appointed: Merritt, Taylor, Ford and Hershman
HB1046PassStudy 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 ...
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2015-04-15
Public Law 16
HB1056PassStudent transfers. Provides that a student may transfer to a school corporation if the student's parent is an employee of the school corporation and the school corporation has the capacity to accept the student. Provides that an elementary school stu...
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2015-04-15
Public Law 17
SB0059PassEligibility to vote for political party officers. Provides that an individual who will meet the age and residency requirements on the date of the next general, municipal, or special election may vote for precinct committeeman and state convention del...
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2015-04-15
Public Law 6
HB1501PassInvasive species council. Extends the expiration date of the invasive species council from July 1, 2015, to July 1, 2023. Makes technical changes.
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2015-04-15
Public Law 27
HB1362PassLicense plate life cycle. Provides that the cycle for issuance and replacement of certain license plates is not less than five years and not more than 10 years. (Current law requires a five year cycle for the license plates.) Makes a technical correc...
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2015-04-15
Public Law 26
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