IN Legislation | 2016 | Regular Session

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HB1278PassINSPECT program. Allows a dentist, physician, advanced practice nurse, physician assistant, and podiatrist to include an INSPECT program report in a patient's file. Establishes requirements to obtain reciprocity for an out-of-state person seeking to ...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 82
SB0221PassSecurities and financial protection. Defines "financially endangered adult" as an individual who is: (1) at least 65 years of age; or (2) at least 18 years of age and is incapable, by reason of certain mental or physical incapacities, of managing the...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 39
SB0206PassFSSA matters. Allows the secretary of family and social services (secretary) to delegate appointment authorities, the issuance of certain orders, and other acts to carry out the functions of the divisions to an individual. Authorizes the secretary to...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 35
SB0183PassReal property offenses. Amends the statute concerning criminal trespass to specify that a person commits criminal trespass if the person knowingly or intentionally enters or refuses to leave the real property of another person after having been prohi...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 32
SB0216PassTraffic enforcement in residential complexes. Allows a unit to enforce moving traffic ordinances on the property of a residential complex if the following apply: (1) The unit adopts an ordinance permitting the enforcement of such ordinances in reside...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 38
SB0250PassParenting coordinators. Urges the legislative council to assign to the appropriate committee a study of the use of parenting coordinators in resolving custody and parenting conflicts.
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2016-03-21
Public Law 42
HB1322PassTrial court jurisdiction. Specifies that circuit courts, superior courts, and probate courts have original and concurrent jurisdiction under certain provisions of the Indiana Code. Requires the public defender commission (rather than the division of ...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 84
SB0187PassOverdose intervention drugs. Requires an entity acting under a standing order issued by a prescriber for an overdose intervention drug to report annually certain information to the state department of health (state department). Requires the state dep...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 6
SB0242PassLoans to credit union officers. For purposes of the statute authorizing a state chartered credit union to make a loan to an officer of the credit union, makes the lending limit consistent with federal law that applies to loans to officers of a bank. ...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 40
HB1211PassMethamphetamine and criminal mischief. Includes the attempted manufacture of methamphetamine in the statutory definition of "methamphetamine abuse". Requires law enforcement agencies to report fires related to methamphetamine abuse to the Indiana cri...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 76
SB0026PassChildren in need of services. Provides that a child is a child in need of services if the child needs care, treatment or rehabilitation and lives in the same household as an adult who: (1) committed certain offenses; or (2) has been charged with cert...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 16
SB0017PassChild abuse prevention fee and domestic violence prevention and treatment fee. Adds the offense of strangulation to the list of offenses requiring payment of the child abuse prevention fee and the domestic violence prevention and treatment fee.
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2016-03-21
Signed by the Governor
HB1130PassIgnition interlock devices. Requires the criminal justice institute (institute) to establish standards for: (1) service centers; (2) inspections; and (3) ignition interlock device technicians. Specifies that certain fees relating to ignition interloc...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 71
SB0061PassVoting matters. Provides that when a voter casts a straight party ticket in a general or municipal election, the voter is casting a ballot for all candidates of that party whose names appear on the ballot, except candidates for offices in a county or...
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2016-03-21
Public Law 21
SB0369IntroMinimum wage for certain Indiana employees. After: (1) June 30, 2016, increases the minimum wage paid to certain employees in Indiana from $7.25 to $12.00; and (2) June 30, 2017, increases the minimum wage paid to certain employees in Indiana from $1...
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2016-03-08
Veto sustained by the Senate;
SB0334EnrollVarious education matters. Provides that the department of education (department) shall make random visits to at least 5% of schools that are eligible to receive choice scholarships during a particular school year. (Current law provides that the depa...
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2016-03-07
House advisors appointed: Huston, Behning, Brown T and Austin
SB0333EnrollRoad funding and regional cities program. Provides for the transfer of the state's excess reserves to the local road and bridge matching grant fund and the state highway fund. Provides that use tax collected on sales of gasoline is distributed differ...
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2016-03-07
House advisors appointed: Huston, Sullivan, Frye R, Austin, Goodin, Pryor and Porter
SB0091PassRelease of identifying adoption information. Repeals, effective July 1, 2018, provisions applicable to adoptions finalized before January 1, 1994, that prohibit the release of identifying adoption information unless a consent to release the informati...
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2016-03-04
Public Law 3
SB0162EnrollHospital immunizations. Urges the legislative council to refer to an interim study committee topics concerning hospital immunizations.
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2016-03-04
Senate dissented from House amendments
SB0352EnrollMarion superior court judges. Provides for the selection of Marion superior court (court) judges. Establishes the 14 member Marion County judicial selection committee (committee). Provides that, when the committee learns of a vacancy on the court, th...
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2016-03-04
Senator Waltz added as advisor
HB1110EnrollSupplemental distributions of local income tax. Requires the budget agency, before May 1, 2016, to make supplemental distributions from a county's adjusted gross income tax trust account, county option income tax trust account, or county economic dev...
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2016-03-03
Senate advisors appointed: Miller Pete, Randolph Lonnie M and Eckerty
SB0010EngrossTeacher salary supplemental payments. Adds factors for which a teacher may receive supplemental payments. Provides that not more than 50% of a supplemental payment may be added to the teacher's base salary, based upon school corporation policy.
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2016-03-02
Amendment #6 (Smith V) failed; Roll Call 324: yeas 27, nays 68
HB1029IntroMinimum crew size. Provides that the crew of a freight train must consist of at least two individuals. Imposes penalties for violations of the minimum crew requirement. Deposits the penalties in the industrial rail service fund.
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2016-02-23
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
HB1004EngrossSchool pension plans and other education matters. Establishes the teachers' defined contribution plan (plan) as an account within the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund (fund). Provides that an individual who begins employment with a school corp...
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2016-02-22
Amendment #3 (Tallian) failed; Roll Call 188: yeas 13, nays 37
SB0313EngrossAbortion matters. Requires the state department of health to develop certain information concerning perinatal hospice care. Requires physicians to provide information about perinatal hospice care to a pregnant woman who is considering an abortion bec...
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2016-02-18
Representative Rhoads added as cosponsor
HB1274EngrossSunday sales at artisan distilleries. Allows the holder of an artisan distiller's permit to sell liquor for carryout on Sunday.
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2016-02-18
Senator Randolph added as cosponsor
SB0302EngrossState and local finance. Specifies the manner in which certain excise taxes and local taxes collected under the tax amnesty program shall be distributed. Provides that after making the distributions required under the tax amnesty program, the next $4...
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2016-02-16
Representative GiaQuinta added as cosponsor
HB1228EngrossHemp. Allows the state seed commissioner to adopt rules ti implement laws concerning industrial hemp. Encourages Indiana University School of Medicine and other state educational institutions to research the use of cannabidiol oil (CBD) from a hemp p...
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2016-02-16
Senator Head removed as second sponsor
HB1224EngrossBeef market development. Requires that a state assessment of $1 per head of cattle must be collected on the sale of cattle in Indiana. Provides that the Indiana Beef Council (council) is responsible for the collection and use of the assessment collec...
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2016-02-16
To Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee
SB0329EngrossAllocation of circuit breaker credits by schools. Extends for three additional years the statute allowing a school corporation to allocate circuit breaker credits proportionately under certain circumstances (without taking protected taxes into accoun...
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2016-02-15
Representative Thompson added as cosponsor
HB1213EngrossEnterprise zones. Provides that the fiscal body of a municipality may adopt a resolution renewing an enterprise zone for an additional five years after the date on which the enterprise zone is set to expire. Provides that new municipal enterprise zon...
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2016-02-15
Senator Randolph added as cosponsor
SB0159EngrossNotification of abuse or neglect assessment. Requires the department of child services to notify the United States Department of Defense family advocacy program (program) if a child of an active duty member of the military is the subject of a substan...
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2016-02-11
Representative Frye added as cosponsor
SB0367EngrossLocal government contracts. Provides that an offeror, a contractor, and certain persons affiliated with an offeror or a contractor for contracts solicited by certain purchasing methods by a political subdivision may not make political contributions t...
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2016-02-09
To House Government and Regulatory Reform Committee
SB0268EngrossStudy of ethnic history in high schools. Requires the study of ethnic and racial groups to be included as part of each school corporation's high school United States history course.
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2016-02-09
To House Education Committee
SB0090EngrossJuvenile release by intake officers. Allows an intake officer to impose conditions upon the release of a child who was not taken into custody under an order of the court. If an intake officer imposes conditions of release upon a child, requires the j...
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2016-02-09
Representative DeVon added as cosponsor
SB0280EngrossPublic transportation and school transportation funding. Permits a redevelopment commission outside Marion County to provide revenue on an annual basis to a public transportation corporation from property taxes allocated to the redevelopment commissi...
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2016-02-09
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0307EngrossConsolidation of school administrative functions. Provides that the governing body of each school corporation situated in the same county may consolidate administrative functions while continuing the historical legacy of their respective school corpo...
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2016-02-09
To House Education Committee
SB0259EngrossCarrying of handguns by members and employees of the general assembly. Permits members and certain employees of the general assembly to carry a handgun within the state capitol building and on the property of the state capitol complex if the member o...
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2016-02-09
To House Public Policy Committee
SB0204EngrossForeclosed and abandoned property. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally damages, defaces, or permanently removes an object from property that is the subject of a mortgage foreclosure proceeding commits foreclosure mischief, a Class B...
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2016-02-09
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
SB0400EngrossEmployee misclassification. Urges the legislative council to assign to the interim study committee on employment and labor or another appropriate interim study committee during the 2016 legislative interim the topics of employee misclassification, pa...
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2016-02-09
To House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee
SB0331EngrossAdult permanent guardianship cases. Provides that, in a proceeding on a petition for adult permanent guardianship, if the court finds that the appointment of a guardian is necessary and the person subject to the guardianship is a "mental defective" u...
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2016-02-09
To House Judiciary Committee
SB0361EngrossAccess to employee restrooms. Provides that if a retail establishment has a restroom facility on its premises for the use of the retail establishment's employees, a customer, upon request, must be allowed to use the toilet facility during normal busi...
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2016-02-09
To House Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development Committee
SB0233EngrossState tax return check off for military family relief fund. Provides for space on state income tax forms to enable a taxpayer to donate all or part of the taxpayer's tax refund to the military family relief fund. Provides that if a taxpayer is not en...
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2016-02-09
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0353EngrossFunding of lawsuits. Establishes a procedure by which a company may provide funding to the plaintiff in an action in exchange for the contingent right to receive a part of the potential proceeds of the action. Requires a company that offers funding t...
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2016-02-09
To House Financial Institutions Committee
SB0267EngrossEmployers and expungement. Specifies that the prohibition against questioning a person applying for: (1) employment; (2) a license; or (3) another right or privilege; concerning an expunged arrest or conviction also applies during an interview. Provi...
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2016-02-09
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
SB0220EngrossBias crimes. Makes it an aggravating circumstance (for purposes of imposing a criminal sentence) that the crime was committed with the intent to harm or intimidate an individual because of certain perceived or actual characteristics of the individual...
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2016-02-09
Representative Klinker added as cosponsor
SB0328EngrossTeacher assistance. Provides that individuals in a speech-language program are eligible to receive grants. Provides that grants are made subject to available resources. Provides that repayment of a grant shall be deferred if the commission for higher...
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2016-02-09
To House Education Committee
SB0195EngrossOwnership of wild animals. Excludes the wild animal permit from the law requiring notice and hearing on an application for certain permits. Removes language that exempts wild animals that are being held in captivity under a license or permit from bei...
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2016-02-08
To House Natural Resources Committee
SB0013EngrossNative American Indian affairs commission. Provides that a member of a historical tribe of Indiana is a Native American Indian for purposes of the Native American Indian affairs commission.
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2016-02-08
To House Government and Regulatory Reform Committee
HB1249EngrossDriving privileges suspensions. Provides that when judgment has been imposed for committing two worksite speed limit violations within one year, an additional penalty of the suspension of the person's driving privileges for 60 days may be imposed by ...
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2016-02-08
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
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