IN Legislation | 2017 | Regular Session

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SB0029PassSchool curriculum. Requires each school corporation, charter school, and accredited nonpublic school to offer Indiana studies as a one semester elective course in its high school curriculum at least once every school year. Provides that the course ma...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 162
SB0446PassResidential substance abuse treatment. Establishes, subject to the approval of the Indiana commission to combat drug abuse (commission), an opioid addiction recovery pilot program (program) to assist pregnant women and women with newborns, with an op...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 174
SB0402PassRecovery residences and county homes. Requires the secretary of family and social services to provide that the standards provided by recovery residences for residential care and supported housing for chronic addiction, when used as a recovery residen...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 172
HB1154PassUnemployment insurance. Requires the department of workforce development (department) to give its annual presentation regarding the status of the unemployment compensation system to the interim study committee on employment and labor (instead of the ...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 177
SB0243PassSubstance abuse programs. Subject to the approval of the Indiana commission to combat drug abuse (commission), establishes the physician medication assisted treatment training reimbursement pilot program (pilot program) to reimburse qualified physici...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 168
SJR0007PassProvides that the total amount of expense appropriations enacted by the general assembly for a biennial budget may not exceed the estimated revenue of the state in the biennial budget period. Defines "revenue" as all income received by the state gene...
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2017-04-25
Signed by the President of the Senate
HB1031PassState examiner findings. Specifies requirements for corrective action when audited entities fail to comply with certain guidelines or laws. Requires an audited entity to file a corrective action plan following findings of noncompliance in two consecu...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 176
SB0151PassInformation in INSPECT prescription drug data base. Requires the ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and controlled substance prescription monitoring program to include an entry for a dispenser to indicate, when applicable, if a patient has entered into a pa...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 164
SB0510PassSubstance abuse pilot program. Provides that Allen County may enter into an agreement with an entity to administer a substance abuse pilot program after approval of the Indiana commission to combat drug abuse (commission). Specifies that the entity t...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 175
SB0353PassReal property improvement contracts. Amends the statute concerning home improvement contracts to do the following: (1) Redesignate a "home improvement contract" a "real property improvement contract" and make conforming changes in terminology through...
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2017-04-25
Public Law 170
HB1337PassTelemedicine matters. Requires the office of Medicaid policy and planning (office) to reimburse a Medicaid provider, determined by the office to be eligible, for covered telemedicine services. Prohibits the office from setting any distance restrictio...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 150
HB1053PassCounty magistrates. Allows the Clark County circuit court to appoint four full-time magistrates. Allows the Shelby County circuit and superior courts to appoint a full-time magistrate. Allows the Marion County superior courts to appoint 20 full-time ...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 129
HB1617Pass1977 fund disability benefits. Provides that a member of the 1977 police officers' and firefighters' pension and disability fund (1977 fund) who has a permanent and total disability that is the direct result of a catastrophic physical personal injury...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 161
HB1511PassLiens on abandoned or towed vehicles. Adds state agencies to the definition of "public agency". Broadens the application of IC 9-22-1-23 to include all holders of mechanic's liens. Requires that additional information be included in the notification ...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 157
HB1260PassRailroads and eminent domain. Defines "corporation", "rail carrier", and "railroad". Specifies that eminent domain may be exercised by a rail carrier incorporated in Indiana or authorized to do business in Indiana, and prescribes the manner in which ...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 146
HB1235PassRegulation of processed manure based fertilizer. Requires the state chemist to adopt rules regulating the distribution of manure based fertilizer. Specifies that, except for certain laws governing the deposit of fees, commercial fertilizer laws do no...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 144
HB1539PassFinancial institutions and consumer credit. Makes various changes to the statutes concerning: (1) first lien mortgage lenders; (2) persons licensed under the Uniform Consumer Credit Code; (3) rental purchase agreements; (4) financial institutions; (5...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 159
HB1157PassSmall business duplicative reporting. Requires the Indiana economic development corporation to: (1) develop a means for small business reporting of duplicative state reporting requirements through an Internet web page maintained on the corporation's ...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 139
HB1444PassTelecommunications. Specifies that a person that controls, directly or indirectly, a person that violates certain requirements concerning unlawful telephone solicitation (the "do not call" statute) is equally liable for the violation. Defines "caller...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 153
HB1349PassRehabilitation progress and recidivism reporting. Provides that any entity in receipt of funds: (1) recommended by the justice reinvestment advisory council; and (2) appropriated by the department of correction; must provide certain statistics relate...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 151
HB1095PassPlastic-coated ammunition. Defines "armor-piercing ammunition", and prohibits certain persons from possessing, manufacturing, selling, or delivering armor piercing ammunition. Repeals a superseded provision concerning armor piercing handgun ammunitio...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 133
HB1171PassDisciplinary process for firefighters. Establishes minimum rights for a full-time, paid, nonprobationary member of a fire department to be represented in a meeting at which the chief of the fire department (chief) notifies the firefighter: (1) of the...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 140
HB1471PassIN211 program. Transfers from the utility regulatory commission (IURC) to the housing and community development authority (authority) the responsibility for administering the statute concerning the administration of the 211 dialing code used to provi...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 156
HB1084PassEmergency contact data base. Requires the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) to create, maintain, and operate the Indiana emergency contact data base (data base). Requires a law enforcement officer to: (1) access the data base; and (2) attempt to cont...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 131
HB1122PassCritical incident stress management services. Provides confidentiality protection to communications that emergency responders make to critical incident stress management personnel or records that are generated by critical incident stress management p...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 137
HB1091PassAccessing child pornography. Makes it a Level 6 felony to access with intent to view a photograph or other pictorial representation that depicts or describes sexual conduct by a child who the person knows is less than 18 years of age or who appears t...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 132
HB1119PassManufactured home dealers. Provides that a manufactured home dealer must be licensed as a dealer by the secretary of state. Prohibits a government body from regulating or restricting the ability of an owner or manager of a mobile home community or a ...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 136
HB1069PassImmunizations for higher education students. Adds meningitis to the required immunizations a student matriculating to a residential campus of a state educational institution must be immunized against. Specifies that the immunizations must be conducte...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 130
HB1447PassTransportation of agricultural commodities. Provides that definition of "farm product" does not include: (1) lumber; (2) logs; (3) wood chips; (4) bark; or (5) sawdust. Modifies the definition of "overweight divisible load". Provides that an owner of...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 154
HB1318PassInsurance matters. Provides that, for purposes of the insurance law, a United States Postal Service intelligent mail bar code tracking record, a certificate of mailing, or another similar first class mail method may be used as proof of mailing. Provi...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 148
HB1273PassNetwork provider referrals. Specifies notice requirements for network health care providers that make referrals to out of network health care providers. Provides for exceptions to the notice requirements.
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2017-04-24
Public Law 147
HB1104PassAdulterant and synthetic urine ban. Defines "adulterant" and "synthetic urine". Provides distributing synthetic urine or an adulterant with the intent to assist a person in defrauding a drug screen is a misdemeanor.
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2017-04-24
Public Law 134
HB1234PassStorage of agricultural ammonia. Provides for the regulation by the state chemist of facilities for the storage of ammonia or ammonia solutions. Defines "ammonia" to mean anhydrous ammonia that is intended for use as a fertilizer for agricultural pur...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 143
HB1336PassDepartment of health matters. Repeals the expiration provision for the office of minority health and the birth problems registry. Specifies various ways in which a hospital board may be named. Extends eligibility for the hearing aid assistance progra...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 149
HB1145PassStroke protocols for emergency services personnel. Requires the emergency medical services commission to: (1) adopt rules concerning protocols for the identification, transport, and treatment of stroke patients by personnel providing emergency medica...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 138
HB1117PassPerformance bond requirements. Provides that a local governmental unit and a land developer may agree to the partial release of a performance bond or other surety required of the land developer to ensure the completion of certain unfinished improveme...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 135
HB1449PassTeacher induction pilot program. Makes changes to who may submit a plan to participate in the career pathways and mentorship program. Establishes the Indiana new educator induction program (program) to give new teachers, principals, and administrator...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 155
HB1237PassGrain buyers and warehouse licensing. Adds and amends various definitions for purposes of the grain buyers and warehouse licensing laws. Amends notice that is required on contracts for the purchase of grain from producers. Allows the director of the ...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 145
HB1439PassFSSA matters. Allows a Medicaid recipient who is incarcerated to have the recipient's Medicaid suspended for up to two years instead of one year before terminating the recipient's Medicaid eligibility. Defines "comprehensive risk contract" and "manag...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 152
HB1200PassOff- road vehicle safety. Requires off-road vehicle operators and riders less than 18 years of age to wear helmets, and prohibits the owner of an off-road vehicle from permitting a person less than 18 years of age to ride the off-road vehicle without...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 141
HB1523VetoSearch fee for public records requests. Allows a state or local government agency (agency), with certain exceptions, to charge a maximum hourly fee for any records search that exceeds two hours. Prohibits, with certain exceptions, an agency from char...
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2017-04-24
Vetoed by the Governor
HB1571PassAutopsy reports. Allows a coroner, in certain circumstances, to make available an autopsy report to the peer review committee of a hospital at which the decedent was treated immediately before death.
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2017-04-24
Public Law 160
HB1526PassSecurities matters. Decreases the frequency of meetings of the mortgage lending and fraud prevention task force. Exempts certain offers to sell or sales of the securities of issuers made after June 30, 2017, from provisions in the Indiana Uniform Sec...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 158
HB1211PassTransborder water resources authority. Establishes the transborder water resources authority (authority) as a body consisting of four members of the general assembly, four ex officio members, and four individuals appointed by the governor. Requires t...
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2017-04-24
Public Law 142
SB0231PassCrisis intervention teams. Provides that in conjunction with the Indiana commission (commission) to combat drug abuse and the division of mental health and addiction, the law enforcement training board may establish the technical assistance center. P...
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2017-04-21
Public Law 102
SB0279PassPost-exposure prophylaxis reimbursement. Changes the definition of "additional forensic services" to include HIV prophylactic medication, and removes discretionary reimbursement for the service.
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2017-04-21
Public Law 104
HR0074PassRecognizing Brayton Day for his efforts to raise awareness and support for research for gastroparesis and encouraging other classmates to come aware of their ability as citizens to engage with their elected leaders in shaping future policy decisions ...
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2017-04-21
First reading: adopted voice vote
SR0058IntroA SENATE RESOLUTION urging the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee, the House Judiciary Committee, and the House Courts and Criminal Code Committee to adopt the practice of requiring, to the extent practicabl...
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2017-04-21
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SB0310PassLand banks. Allows a county fiscal body to adopt an ordinance authorizing a deduction for property transferred from a land bank. Allows a county fiscal body to adopt an ordinance authorizing the allocation of property tax revenue collected with respe...
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2017-04-21
Public Law 110
SB0479PassMotor vehicle related offenses. Provides that a person who commits a Class A misdemeanor or a felony by failing to comply with the duties of the operator of a motor vehicle involved in an accident commits a separate offense for each person whose seri...
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2017-04-21
Public Law 123
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