IN Legislation | 2019 | Regular Session | Introduced

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HB1252IntroPharmacy benefit managers. Requires a pharmacy benefit manager that is not licensed as an administrator to be registered with the board of pharmacy. Specifies requirements for registration, renewal, conduct, appeals, and annual reporting by pharmacy ...
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2019-01-15
To House Insurance Committee
HB1451IntroCircuit breaker replacement grants. Provides for grants to public libraries in Lake County and St. Joseph County to replace revenue lost to those public libraries from the application of the circuit breaker credit after December 31, 2019. Specifies t...
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2019-01-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0599IntroBias motivated crimes. Enhances the sentence for a crime committed: (1) due to a real or perceived immutable characteristic or religious belief of the victim; and (2) with intent to cause bodily injury, or to cause the victim to feel terrorized, frig...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Rules and Legislative Procedure Committee
HB1219IntroNewborn infants and hospital requirements. Requires a hospital to implement a policy that establishes protocols for hospital staff to follow concerning transportation of a newborn infant if the hospital is unable to provide the necessary care for the...
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2019-01-15
To House Public Health Committee
SB0477IntroStorm water fee exemptions. Provides that the board of a municipal department of storm water management, the board of a county department of storm water management, or the board of public works of a consolidated city may not assess or collect user fe...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Utilities Committee
HB1466IntroVeterans property tax deduction. Eliminates the assessed value cap of $175,000 that applies to the property tax deduction for a veteran who: (1) has a total disability; or (2) is at least 62 years of age and has at least a 10% disability.
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2019-01-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0615IntroLead poisoning of children. Requires the state department of health to develop and distribute to primary health care providers a one page informational form that sets forth a series of questions for a child's family concerning the child's exposure to...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Health and Provider Services Committee
HB1458IntroControlled substances in penal facilities. Makes committing a controlled substance offense on the property of a penal facility or juvenile facility an enhancing circumstance.
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2019-01-15
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
SB0595IntroImproper worker classification. Authorizes the department of state revenue, the department of labor, the worker's compensation board, and the department of workforce development to issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and the production of...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Pensions and Labor Committee
SB0630IntroStatutory references to certain municipalities. Replaces population parameters referring to the city of Lawrenceburg and the town of Danville with the names of the respective municipalities.
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2019-01-15
To Senate Local Government Committee
HB1455IntroOperating while intoxicated. Provides that a person who operates a vehicle or a motorboat with at least 10 nanograms of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) per milliliter of the person's blood commits the offense of operating while intoxicated. (Curre...
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2019-01-15
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
SB0629IntroCause of action for employer retaliation. Establishes a cause of action for an employee who is affected by an employer's action in retaliation for the employee making a report of child abuse or neglect in good faith. Provides that a prevailing plaint...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Judiciary Committee
SB0616IntroCivil immunity for child advocates. Provides that any guardian ad litem (GAL) or court appointed special advocate (CASA) appointed for a child in a juvenile court proceeding is immune from civil liability resulting from the child being placed on a wa...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HB1476IntroPost graduation outcome funding metrics. Establishes the postgraduation performance funding pilot program (pilot program) to develop assessment metrics for assessing and rewarding school corporations with performance grants for positive outcomes, inc...
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2019-01-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0620IntroPublic safety funding. Makes an appropriation from the state general fund to the department of homeland security for a first responder regional training pilot program used to expand regional training capabilities for firefighters, law enforcement per...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Appropriations Committee
HB1442IntroPhysical education. Requires each school corporation and charter school to conduct at least 30 minutes of physical education each day for students in kindergarten through grade 5. Specifies that the physical education requirement is in addition to th...
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2019-01-15
To House Education Committee
SB0612IntroLicensure of behavior analysts. Provides for licensure of behavior analysts and assistant behavior analysts. (Current law provides for certification of behavior analysts and assistant behavior analysts.) Sets forth exemptions. Makes conforming change...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Health and Provider Services Committee
SB0639IntroTowing rights. Specifies requirements for a towing service or a person that owns private property that tows a vehicle from private property, including a notice of requirements that apply to the towing service's actions. Makes a violation by a towing ...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Homeland Security & Transportation Committee
HB1445IntroPublic employee pensions. Provides that a member of the public employees' retirement fund (PERF) or the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund (TRF) who first performs creditable service after June 30, 2019, is eligible for normal retirement if: (1)...
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2019-01-15
To House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee
HB1428IntroSchool board elections. Provides that, beginning in 2023, school board members selected by election must be elected at municipal general elections. (Under current law, school board members selected by election must be elected at general elections.) M...
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2019-01-15
To House Elections and Apportionment Committee
SB0569IntroEntrepreneur and enterprise district grants. Provides that the Indiana economic development corporation (IEDC) shall award a grant from the twenty-first century research and technology fund (fund) to a district board established in Lafayette or Fort ...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee
HB1463IntroRecreational vehicle excise tax. Provides that if a person presents proof of the purchase price for a new recreational vehicle or truck camper that would result in the recreational vehicle or truck camper being classified in a different class under t...
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2019-01-15
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
HB1446IntroChild placement involving siblings. Provides that a juvenile court or the department of child services (DCS), when placing a child alleged to be a child in need of services in an out-of-home placement after detaining the child, shall consider whether...
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2019-01-15
To House Family, Children and Human Affairs Committee
HB1475IntroVeterinarian tax credit. Provides a tax credit against the adjusted gross income tax liability of a veterinary services provider that performs a spay-neuter procedure on a companion animal at no cost to the owner of the companion animal. Defines a "c...
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2019-01-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
HB1435IntroTax sale redemptions. Provides that a tax deed may not be issued to the holder of a certificate of sale unless: (1) the property taxes and special assessments that first became due and payable after the date of sale; and (2) the penalties on those pr...
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2019-01-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
HB1452IntroJuvenile adjudications in absentia. Provides that the rights guaranteed to a child may be waived by the child if the child knowingly and voluntarily waives the right by: (1) being informed of an upcoming court proceeding; (2) failing to appear at the...
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2019-01-15
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
HB1434IntroCircuit court clerk matters. Provides that a public school corporation may not provide instruction to students on the day of a primary, municipal, or general election. Provides that an unopposed candidate for a township office may serve as a precinct...
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2019-01-15
To House Elections and Apportionment Committee
SB0588IntroVoting systems. Requires all voting systems to rely on the retention of paper ballots as a redundant means of verifying or auditing election results. Requires that a voting system permit a voter to examine the paper record of the voter's votes to ver...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Elections Committee
HB1469IntroDon't Tread on Me license plate. Establishes the Don't Tread on Me license plate (plate). Specifies that: (1) the plate must bear the slogan "Don't Tread on Me" and a depiction of a coiled snake; (2) the plate is not a special group recognition licen...
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2019-01-15
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
HB1436IntroDuties of county auditors. Makes the filing deadlines for property tax deductions applicable to mobile homes and manufactured homes that are not assessed as real property the same as the filing deadlines for property tax deductions applicable to real...
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2019-01-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
HB1468IntroUtility consumer counselor. Amends the statute concerning the office of utility consumer counselor (OUCC) as follows: (1) Requires the OUCC to exercise its powers and perform its duties consistent with the state's declared policy to promote investmen...
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2019-01-15
To House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications Committee
SB0611IntroSchool safety and mental health education. Establishes the governor's student advisory council to provide to the governor information concerning education issues that are important to students in Indiana. Requires the department of education (departm...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Education and Career Development Committee
SB0590IntroPregnancy and childbirth discrimination. Prohibits an employer from discriminating against a pregnant job applicant or employee. Requires an employer to provide reasonable employment accommodations for a pregnant employee. Requires the civil rights c...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Pensions and Labor Committee
SB0622IntroHealth facility employee criminal background check. Requires a health facility to obtain a national criminal history background check or an expanded criminal history check for the health facility's employees. Provides immunity to persons for: (1) den...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Health and Provider Services Committee
SB0619IntroProducer recycling of waste packaging and paper. Requires every producer of a product or material that results in waste packaging or waste printed paper to register with the department of environmental management (department) and, either singly or jo...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Environmental Affairs Committee
SB0634IntroGolf carts. Allows a golf cart to operate on certain state highways under certain conditions.
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2019-01-15
To Senate Homeland Security & Transportation Committee
SB0597IntroHome health care. Repeals expired law concerning the review and development of programs for home health agencies. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services to increase the reimbursement rates that were in place on June 30, 20...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Health and Provider Services Committee
SB0598IntroBail. Permits a defendant admitted to bail to select, from certain options, the manner in which the defendant will post bail. Makes conforming amendments.
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2019-01-15
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
HB1430IntroProtection of life. Repeals the statutes authorizing and regulating abortion. Finds that human physical life begins when a human ovum is fertilized by a human sperm. Asserts a compelling state interest in protecting human physical life from the momen...
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2019-01-15
To House Public Policy Committee
SB0627IntroSale of low THC hemp extract products. Repeals laws concerning: (1) the distribution of low tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) hemp extract; and (2) low THC hemp extract sales. Provides that only a pharmacy or National Precursor Log Exchange (NPLEx) retailer...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
HB1152IntroStudent hunger and homelessness. Establishes the student hunger and homelessness study committee (committee) for the purposes of: (1) studying the prevalence of homelessness, housing insecurity, and food insecurity among students at Indiana colleges ...
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2019-01-15
To House Education Committee
SB0633IntroDual credit study committee. Urges the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the task of studying licensing issues relevant to teachers who teach or wish to teach dual credit courses.
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2019-01-15
To Senate Education and Career Development Committee
SB0589IntroReproductive rights. States that every individual has a fundamental right to: (1) choose or refuse contraception or sterilization; (2) parent the individual's child; and (3) choose, if the individual is pregnant, whether to carry a pregnancy to term,...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Judiciary Committee
HB1471IntroU.S. 30 corridor study. 30 corridor study. Requires the Indiana department of transportation (INDOT) to conduct a traffic study of the U.S. 30 corridor in Allen County. Requires INDOT to submit a report on the study to the legislative council and the...
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2019-01-15
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
HB1292IntroSchool radon testing and abatement. Requires the state department of health (department) to consider establishing a program of: (1) testing for radon gas; and (2) abatement of radon gas; in public school buildings. Requires the department to consider...
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2019-01-15
To House Public Health Committee
SB0594IntroMental health provider reporting requirements. Requires a mental health professional to notify the office of judicial administration, for transmittal to the NICS, that an individual has a propensity for violent or emotionally unstable conduct. Provid...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Health and Provider Services Committee
SB0637IntroSafe and supportive schools and data collection. Requires the department of education (department) to: (1) develop a safe and supportive school framework; (2) create a school monitoring tool; and (3) develop procedures for updating, improving, or ref...
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2019-01-15
To Senate Education and Career Development Committee
HB1457IntroReckless operation in a highway work zone. Provides that each death or instance of bodily injury caused by reckless operation of a motor vehicle in a highway work zone constitutes a separate offense.
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2019-01-15
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
HB1127IntroProperty tax exemption. Provides a property tax exemption effective January 1, 2017, for certain property owned by an Indiana nonprofit public benefit corporation exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code if: (1) the p...
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2019-01-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
HB1474IntroTax credit eligibility. Removes the provision in current law that requires a claim for a unified tax credit for the elderly to be filed within six months following the close of claimant's taxable year or within the extension period if an extension of...
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2019-01-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
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