IN Legislation | 2018 | Regular Session

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HB1401IntroVideo gaming terminals and charity gaming. Authorizes wagering on video gaming terminals in certain establishments. Requires the gaming commission to issue video gaming licenses based on the population of the county and the type of establishment. Est...
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2018-01-22
To House Public Policy Committee
HB1287IntroNewborn screenings. Establishes when a blood sample must be taken from a newborn infant for testing for certain disorders. Provides that the time requirement for taking a blood sample does not apply to preterm infants or newborn infants who receive a...
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2018-01-22
Second reading: ordered engrossed
SB0377IntroSmall loans. Allows the director of the department of financial institutions to take certain actions concerning the use of technology for oversight and enforcement of compliance with the law concerning small loans.
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2018-01-22
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
HB1174IntroInstallation of used tires. Prohibits a supplier from installing or offering to install an unsafe used tire on a motor vehicle. Provides that a person who knowingly violates these provisions is subject to a civil penalty of $500 for each violation.
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2018-01-22
Second reading: ordered engrossed
HB1137IntroIndustrial hemp. Removes the exclusion of industrial hemp commodities or products from the definition of "industrial hemp". Specifies that the definition of "industrial hemp" includes the resins of the Cannabis sativa plant. Removes a reference to th...
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2018-01-22
To House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee
SB0417IntroDistance between water well and septic system. Requires the natural resources commission and the state board of health to adopt joint rules establishing a minimum distance that must exist between a residential septic system and the location in which ...
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2018-01-22
[Hearing: Jan 22 @ 10:00 am]
Committee report: do pass, adopted
SB0002IntroCode revision correction. Corrects a word processing error by restoring two provisions concerning the distribution of money for standardbred purposes that were inadvertently omitted from IC 4-35-7-12 when that statute was last amended in 2016. (The i...
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2018-01-22
Second reading: ordered engrossed
SB0420IntroCredit services organizations. Amends the definition of the term "credit services organization" for purposes of the Indiana Code provisions governing credit services organizations to align the definition with the definition of "credit repair organiza...
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2018-01-22
Committee report: do pass, adopted
HB1167IntroSchool corporation financial management. Provides that a school corporation's rainy day fund may be used to pay for teacher bonuses and stipends. Permits money in a school corporation's operations fund at the end of a year to be transferred to the sc...
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2018-01-22
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
SB0178IntroTaking of sand from bed of Lake Michigan. Provides that sand taken from the bed or from under the bed of Lake Michigan pursuant to a permit from the department of natural resources (DNR) may only be deposited on the beach of Lake Michigan and may not...
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2018-01-22
[Hearing: Jan 22 @ 10:00 am]
Committee report: do pass, adopted
SB0354IntroFreeway school corporations and schools. Provides that the state board of education (state board) shall, upon request by a freeway school corporation or a freeway school, waive certain educational benefit requirements for a period of not more than 36...
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2018-01-22
Second reading: ordered engrossed
HB1244IntroLaw enforcement exposure to communicable diseases. Provides that a law enforcement officer who is exposed to blood or body fluids may request to be included in the list of individuals who are provided with notification concerning exposure to a danger...
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2018-01-22
[Hearing: Jan 23 @ 10:30 am]
To House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee
HB1374IntroFinancing and transportation. Adds a new article to the Indiana Code to consolidate and rewrite various statutes related to the Indiana finance authority (IFA), including statutes: (1) establishing the IFA; (2) specifying the powers, duties, and purp...
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2018-01-22
To House Ways and Means Committee
HB1248IntroChild safety alerts. Specifies that missing endangered children are included in the silver alert program. Defines missing endangered children as a missing child who is incapable of returning to the missing child's residence because of physical or men...
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2018-01-22
To House Family, Children and Human Affairs Committee
HB1015IntroUnlawful indemnity agreements. Provides that the law concerning indemnity agreements in construction or design contracts applies to certain design-build contracts. Specifies that a provision in a professional services contract that requires indemnifi...
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2018-01-22
[Hearing: Jan 22 @ 10:30 am]
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
SB0006EngrossTechnical corrections. Resolves technical conflicts and addresses technical problems in the Indiana Code, including removal of obsolete citation style references to "IC 1971" and updating the list of statutes codified outside Title 34 that confer imm...
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2018-01-19
Referred to the House
HCR0016PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the recognition of January 2018 as Cervical Cancer Screening and Awareness Month.
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2018-01-19
Returned to the House
SB0363EngrossFSSA matters. Corrects outdated references to the "division of aging and rehabilitative services" to refer instead to the "division of disability and rehabilitative services". Removes references to home care services from the long term care ombudsman...
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2018-01-19
Referred to the House
SB0137EngrossAccess 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 who suffers from an eligible medical condition must, upon request, be allowe...
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2018-01-19
Referred to the House
SB0105EngrossState agriculture and animal certification programs. Removes responsibilities concerning the Indiana organic peer review panel from the duties of the Indiana state department of agriculture. Repeals certain statutes concerning the following: (1) Indi...
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2018-01-19
Referred to the House
SB0281EngrossSheriff's department retirement plans. Provides that certain sheriffs and county police officers are granted service credit in their respective county sheriff's department retirement plans for service to those county sheriff's departments before the ...
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2018-01-19
Referred to the House
SB0142EngrossMaternal mortality review committee. Requires the state department of health (state department) to establish a statewide maternal mortality review committee (committee) until June 30, 2023, and sets forth membership and duties of the committee. Speci...
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2018-01-19
Referred to the House
SB0123EngrossNewborn safety devices at fire departments. Specifies under the safe haven law that it is a defense to a claim of neglect of a dependent if the individual left the child in a newborn safety device that is located at a fire department, including a vol...
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2018-01-18
Referred to the House
HB1108IntroSmall hospital charge notices. Requires certain small hospitals to post certain notices concerning charges. Makes conforming amendments.
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2018-01-18
To House Insurance Committee
SB0230IntroSuicide prevention. Provides that the division of mental health and addiction is responsible for the development and provision of a research based training program for health care providers concerning suicide assessment, training, and management that...
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2018-01-18
House sponsor: Representative Olthoff
SB0064IntroSentence modification. Requires a court to advise a defendant, before accepting a guilty plea, that the court will be bound by terms of a plea agreement both at the time of sentencing and with respect to sentence modification. Provides that a court m...
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2018-01-18
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
HB1077IntroYouth employment. Provides that an employment certificate is not required for a child who is at least 13 years of age and who is employed by or works for a church, religious society, or nonprofit program or ministry of a church or religious society, ...
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2018-01-18
[Hearing: Jan 23 @ 8:30 am]
To House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee
SB0163IntroDistributions from escrow accounts. Repeals a requirement that any funds that: (1) exceed $10,000 and are disbursed from an escrow account in connection with a real estate transaction; and (2) are received from a single party to the transaction; must...
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2018-01-18
Senator Zay added as second author
HB1034IntroHome detention matters. Eliminates the requirement that a period of home detention ordered as a condition of probation must be at least 60 days. Allows a court to approve activities for an offender that do not require the offender to be confined to t...
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2018-01-18
Third reading: passed; Roll Call 12: yeas 95, nays 0
HB1006IntroForensic treatment services. Makes various changes to the criminal justice institute's annual report on the impact of criminal code reform on local units of government, the department of correction, and the office of judicial administration. Requires...
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2018-01-18
[Hearing: Jan 22 @ 10:30 am]
To House Judiciary Committee
SB0068IntroInternet crimes investigation fund. Establishes the Internet crimes investigation fund (fund). Requires the state police department (department) to administer the fund and use money in the fund to: (1) pay for certain costs incurred by the department...
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2018-01-18
To Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee
SB0301IntroCriminal history checks for home health workers. Provides that an expanded criminal history check may be used instead of certain background checks and criminal history checks for home health care workers. Prohibits an expanded criminal history check ...
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2018-01-18
Senator Kruse added as second author
SB0139IntroInvestigation of overdose deaths. Requires the county coroner to do the following if the county coroner reasonably suspects the cause of a person's death to be accidental or intentional overdose of a controlled substance: (1) Obtain any relevant info...
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2018-01-18
Committee report: do pass, adopted
SB0299IntroStudy concerning local surcharge on state park fees. Urges the legislative council to assign to a study committee the task of studying whether counties should be authorized to: (1) adopt an ordinance to impose a surcharge on fees collected within a s...
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2018-01-18
Senator Tallian added as coauthor
HB1033IntroTreatment of out-of-state convictions in sentencing. Provides that, for purposes of law regarding death sentences and sentences for felonies and habitual offenders, a Level 6 felony conviction includes a conviction in another jurisdiction for which t...
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2018-01-18
Amendment #1 (Washburne) prevailed; voice vote
HB1288IntroEconomic development. Provides that, if the Indiana economic development corporation (IEDC) determines that a business, school corporation, or charter school (entity) that has received a grant award under the training 2000 program is noncompliant wit...
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2018-01-18
To House Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development Committee
HCR0019IntroA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Val Hilburn, the 2017 Court Appointed Special Advocate Volunteer of the Year.
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2018-01-18
Senate sponsor: Senator Alting
SB0197IntroVarious property issues. Amends the statute concerning the Indiana coordinate system for describing real property to provide that coordinates based on specified coordinate systems and used to define the position of a point on a land boundary may not ...
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2018-01-18
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
SB0360IntroPerinatal levels of care designation certification. Requires the state department of health to establish a program to certify perinatal levels of care designations for licensed hospitals and birthing centers that provide birthing services. Specifies ...
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2018-01-18
Senator Becker added as second author
HB1100IntroCode revision correction. Corrects a word processing error by restoring two provisions concerning the distribution of money for standardbred purposes that were inadvertently omitted from IC 4-35-7-12 when that statute was last amended in 2016. (The i...
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2018-01-18
Second reading: ordered engrossed
HB1036IntroUnemployment insurance. Excludes worker's compensation and occupational diseases compensation payments from the definition of "wages" for unemployment insurance purposes. Establishes a flat fee of $12 as the employer's collection fee for withholding ...
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2018-01-18
Representative Lehman added as coauthor
HB1109IntroVarious pension matters. Provides that the default investment option for the legislators' defined contribution plan is a target date fund rather than the Indiana public retirement system's consolidated retirement investment fund. Removes a requiremen...
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2018-01-18
Representative Moseley added as coauthor
HCR0014IntroA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the commissioner of the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the section of U.S. Highway 50 and Jennings County Road 150 N. on the west side of North Vernon to just off the old U.S. Highway 50 on the east side...
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2018-01-18
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
HB1173IntroTrial records. Permits a victim (or an immediate family member of a deceased victim) to obtain, free of charge, an electronic copy of the transcript of criminal proceedings in the victim's case. Requires a prosecuting attorney or victim assistance pr...
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2018-01-18
Representative McNamara added as coauthor
HB1191IntroReporting of suspected human trafficking. Removes the requirement that a licensed health practitioner report suspected human trafficking to the department of child services or a local law enforcement agency.
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2018-01-18
To House Family, Children and Human Affairs Committee
HB1035IntroShort term rentals. Provides the following with regard to short term rentals that are rented through a short term rental platform: (1) Provides that a short term rental of an owner's primary residence is a permitted residential use under any applicab...
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2018-01-18
Representatives McNamara, Ober, Macer added as coauthors
HB1344IntroPregnancy and childbirth discrimination. Prohibits an employer from discriminating against an employee who has a condition related to pregnancy or childbirth. Requires an employer to provide reasonable employment accommodations for an employee who ha...
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2018-01-18
To House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee
HB1048IntroTax credits. Establishes the regional development tax credit (credit). Allows a taxpayer to apply to the Indiana economic development corporation (IEDC) for the credit. Provides that a taxpayer is entitled to a credit against state tax liability if: ...
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2018-01-18
To House Ways and Means Committee
HCR0018IntroA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename that segment of U.S. Highway 421 from the Jefferson/Ripley County line to the junction of U.S. Highway 421 and State Road 62 the "Major Samuel Woodfill Memorial Highway...
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2018-01-18
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
HB1193IntroStudy of injured public safety officer monument. Urges the legislative council to assign to an appropriate interim study committee the task of studying the construction of an injured public safety officer monument.
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2018-01-18
Representative Bartlett added as coauthor
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