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HB1043PassFirefighters and police officers. Provides that a political subdivision served by a volunteer fire department may make contributions to the public employees' defined contribution plan for the members of the volunteer fire department in an amount dete...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 96
HB1244PassUnemployment hearings and appeals. Provides that, in unemployment appeals, the proceedings before an administrative law judge are de novo. Provides that an administrative law judge, review board member, or other individual who adjudicates claims can ...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 119
HB1267PassWithdrawal of candidates. Provides that a candidate may withdraw from being a candidate not later than noon 81 days before the date of a primary election. (Under current law, a candidate wanting to withdraw must do so not later than noon 85 days befo...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 123
HB1095PassContracts for emergency road repairs. Authorizes the Indiana department of transportation (INDOT) commissioner to declare an emergency when a part of the state highway system has been damaged to the extent it is unusable by the traveling public or un...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 16
HB1108PassState board of accounts. Makes various changes to statutes concerning the state board of accounts (board). Adds a definition of a "responsible officer of an audited entity". Allows the audit committee to determine the amount of the bond for the state...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 157
HB1176PassFirst steps program. Provides that: (1) a health benefits plan; or (2) an employee health plan; may not require authorization for services specified in a covered individual's individualized family service plan once the individualized family service p...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 111
HB1063PassPublic safety officer death benefits. Increases, from $150,000 to $225,000, the special death benefit for certain public safety officers, certain motor carrier inspectors, certain special police employees, members of the 1925 police pension fund, the...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 99
HB1081PassCommission for supplier diversity. Changes the name of the governor's commission on minority and women's business enterprises to the governor's commission on supplier diversity (commission). Relocates provisions concerning small businesses owned and ...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 15
HB1131PassUtility matters. Makes the following changes for purposes of a statute that subjects a water or wastewater utility organized after June 30, 2018, to the jurisdiction of the Indiana utility regulatory commission (IURC) with regard to certain aspects o...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 160
HB1002PassTeacher evaluations. Removes the requirement that a school corporation's annual performance evaluation plan must be based, in part, on objective measures of student achievement. Authorizes the state board of education to adopt emergency rules. Makes ...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 150
HB1224PassCouncil on impaired and dangerous driving. Removes references to the governor's council on impaired and dangerous driving. Transfers duties of the governor's council on impaired and dangerous driving to the Indiana criminal justice institute.
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2020-03-30
Public Law 23
HB1157PassMotor vehicle and criminal law issues. Increases the penalty for numerous motor vehicle violations from a Class C infraction to a Class A infraction if the violation results in bodily injury. Requires the bureau of motor vehicles to remove any record...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 110
HB1225PassPublic safety. Removes the requirement that school buses have black reflective tape affixed on the bumpers and sides of the bus. Provides that, in certain instances, a person who: (1) fails to yield to an emergency vehicle; and (2) causes serious bod...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 116
HB1165PassMunicipally owned utilities. Specifies that the statute concerning the payment for utility services (other than sewer services) provided by a municipally owned utility to rental property does not allow a municipal legislative body to impose a require...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 161
HB1243PassGenetic counselors. Amends the definition of "genetic counseling" for purposes of the genetic counselor licensing laws. Requires the genetic counselor master's degree training program to be accredited by the Accreditation Council for Genetic Counselo...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 118
HB1419PassGovernor's workforce cabinet. Makes changes to the membership of the governor's workforce cabinet. Requires the governor's workforce cabinet to work with stakeholders from early learning through the workforce to establish alignment and coordination b...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 132
HB1370PassRegional redevelopment. Provides that a public instrumentality or a public corporate body authorized by state law may enter into an interlocal agreement. Allows two or more eligible units to establish a land bank jointly by entering into an interloca...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 26
HB1209PassReimbursement for emergency medical services. Requires the state employee health plan, Medicaid, policies of accident and sickness insurance, and health maintenance organization contracts that provide coverage for emergency medical services to reimbu...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 115
HB1093PassElectronic document filing. Provides that an executive branch state agency may allow a person to electronically file or submit a document to the state agency as an option in addition to any other means of filing or submitting a document that is requi...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 39
HB1313PassCourts and family law matters. Provides that a magistrate has the same powers as a judge, except the power of judicial mandate. Repeals certain sections that enumerate the powers for magistrates. Repeals the judicial technology oversight committee. I...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 162
HB1148PassBoard of accountancy. Provides that a candidate for the certified public accountant examination (exam) may not apply for or take the exam prior to meeting certain education requirements. Provides an exception to the application restriction if a candi...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 108
HB1173PassIndiana department of veterans' affairs. Requires the director of veterans' affairs to be a resident of Indiana for at least two cumulative years prior to being appointed. Requires certain veterans' affairs service officers (officers) to be a residen...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 42
HB1045PassHonor and Remember flag. Allows the Honor and Remember flag to be displayed at each state office building, the Indiana veterans' cemetery, and each veterans cemetery managed by the Indiana department of veterans' affairs. Provides that the Honor and ...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 97
HB1006PassMinimum age to marry and emancipation of minors. Specifies that an "adult" is: (1) a person at least eighteen years of age; or (2) a: (A) married minor who is at least sixteen years of age; or (B) minor that has been completely emancipated by a court...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 94
HB1111PassUnemployment. Provides a new schedule of rates for calendar years after December 31, 2020. Specifies that Schedule C applies for calendar years 2021 through 2025. Provides new contribution rates for calendar years after 2020.
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2020-03-30
Public Law 158
HB1283PassTeacher preparation program curriculum. Requires a teacher preparation program to include content within the curriculum that: (1) prepares teacher candidates to use evidenced based trauma informed classroom instruction and recognition of social, emot...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 124
HB1341PassStudents with disabilities. Requires the state advisory council on the education of children with disabilities (council) to develop a plan to inform: (1) certain former students who received a certificate of completion or another nondiploma certifica...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 128
HB1207PassPharmacy matters. Provides that a state employee plan, a health maintenance organization, an insurer, or a pharmacy benefits manager (health plan provider) may not require a pharmacy or pharmacist to collect a higher copayment for a prescription drug...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 114
HB1052PassPulaski County local income tax. Provides that a tax imposed by a fiscal body on the adjusted gross income of local taxpayers at a tax rate that does not exceed three-tenths percent (0.3%) expires December 31, 2020. Provides that for calendar years b...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 153
HB1067PassDental hygienists. Amends the definition of "prescriptive supervision" concerning circumstances under which a licensed dentist is not required to be present in a facility when patient care is provided by a dental hygienist. Restates restrictions on u...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 35
HB1218PassLocating underground utility infrastructure. Amends the statute concerning the location of underground utility facilities (state 811 law) to provide that for any new or replacement underground facility that an operator installs or causes to be instal...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 46
HB1090PassAssumption of care of cemeteries. Provides that a township or a county may assume maintenance of a cemetery for which it would otherwise not be responsible. Requires a property owner that has a cemetery located on the owner's property to make a reaso...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 102
HB1265PassDrinking water testing. Requires each person or entity having authority over a school building to test the drinking water in the school building before January 1, 2023, to determine whether the drinking water equals or exceeds the action level for le...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 122
HB1014PassState museum and historic sites corporation. Specifies that a memorandum of understanding between the chief executive officer of the Indiana state museum and historic sites corporation (corporation) and a nonprofit organization that supports a specif...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 167
HB1009PassVarious welfare matters. Provides that money earned by a child or a member of the child's family as a student participating in a paid internship, a work based learning course, or a paid postsecondary work experience that allows the individual to appl...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 14
HB1070PassDistracted driving. Provides that, except in certain circumstances, a person may not hold or use a telecommunications device while operating a moving motor vehicle. Removes prohibitions on typing, transmitting, or reading a text message or an electro...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 100
HB1143PassDevice implantation as a condition of employment. Prohibits an employer from requiring a candidate for employment or an employee to have a device implanted or otherwise incorporated into the candidate's or employee's body as a condition of employment...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 20
HB1099PassLow head dams. Requires the natural resources commission to establish a roster of low head dams in the state that are capable of creating hazardous currents that pose safety issues. Establishes requirements concerning low head dams for the department...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 104
HB1414PassElectric generation. Provides that a public utility that owns and operates a reliable capacity electric generation resource shall operate and maintain the unit using good utility practices and in a manner reasonably intended to support the availabili...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 165
HB1066PassVarious education matters. Provides that a school corporation shall accept a transferring student who does not have legal settlement in the school corporation if the school corporation has the capacity to accept the student and the student's parent i...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 155
HB1392PassPhysician assistants and nurses. Beginning January 1, 2021, allows a physician assistant who: (1) performs under a collaborative agreement that allows the physician assistant to certify the cause of death and submit death records as delegated by the ...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 131
HB1372PassVarious insurance matters. Requires a state employee health plan, a policy of accident and sickness insurance, and a health maintenance organization contract to provide coverage for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with stre...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 130
HB1077PassProfessional licensing agency. Amends various statutes to conform to HEA 1269-2019. Removes the one year limitation on renewing the registration of a pharmacist intern. Provides that the terms for members of the Indiana athletic trainers board are "s...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 101
HB1334PassRadon mitigation. Provides the state department of health (state department) with emergency rulemaking authority to amend provisions in the state department's administrative rules concerning radon. Requires the state department to amend provisions in...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 25
HB1082PassVarious higher education matters. Makes changes to the: (1) definition of "eligible secondary school student"; and (2) requirements regarding agreements between the commission for higher education (commission) and eligible employers; for purposes of ...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 37
HB1264PassChild care background checks. Requires employees and volunteers of a child care facility who may be present on the premises of the child care facility during operating hours to submit to a national criminal history background check. (Under current la...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 121
HB1353PassFinancial 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 (UCCC); (3) civil proceeding advance payment providers; (4) deb...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 129
HB1059PassSales tax on recreational vehicles. Provides that for certain transactions involving a cargo trailer or recreational vehicle, the state gross retail tax rate is the rate of the nonreciprocal state or foreign country (excluding any locally imposed tax...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 98
HB1166PassState commission and board meetings. Provides that in order for the commission on Hispanic/Latino affairs to take action at a meeting, at least: (1) 11 members must be present; and (2) a majority of the members present at the meeting (instead a major...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 21
HB1104PassHousing and community development authority. Repeals the laws governing the microenterprise partnership program fund and microenterprise partnership program. Requires the governing body of an eligible entity to notify the Indiana housing and communit...
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2020-03-30
Public Law 17
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