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HB1383PassVarious election law matters. Eliminates the small precinct committee. Requires, not later than July 1, 2018, that the election commission adopt an order consolidating precincts in Lake County having fewer than 600 active voters, if the consolidation...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 210
SB0369PassWorkers' compensation drug formulary. Except during a medical emergency, prohibits workers' compensation and occupational disease compensation reimbursement for drugs specified in the ODG Workers' Compensation Drug Formulary Appendix A published by M...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 206
SB0188PassElimination of the consumer fees and settlements fund. Retroactively amends provisions concerning the transfers from the securities rating settlement fund to the consumer fees and settlements fund effective July 1, 2017, to instead make the transfers...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 201
HB1317PassHealth matters. Provides that a pharmacy or pharmacist has a right to provide individuals with information concerning the individual's cost share for a prescription drug. States that a pharmacy or pharmacist cannot be proscribed by a third party admi...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 209
SB0203PassCrimes resulting in the loss of a fetus. Provides that the crimes of: (1) murder; (2) voluntary manslaughter; (3) involuntary manslaughter; and (4) feticide; may be committed against a fetus in any stage of development. Specifies that the offenses do...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 203
HB1301PassInsurance matters. Updates names of health care provider billing forms. Amends the financial responsibility requirement for a contract carrier that transports railroad employees. Permits the department of insurance and governor to apply for a state i...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 208
SB0290PassWorker's compensation. Establishes a time frame for the payment of compensation under a settlement agreement, a permanent partial impairment agreement, and an award of compensation ordered by a single hearing member of the worker's compensation board...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 204
HB1278PassEconomic improvement districts. Provides that a petition to establish an economic improvement district (district) may be filed with the clerk (in the case of a municipality) or the county auditor (in the case of the county). Requires a person that in...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 207
SB0340PassRegulation of abortion and newborn safety devices. Makes various changes to the abortion law concerning abortion clinic license applications, abortion clinic inspections, abortion inducing drugs, abortion complications, the provision of information t...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 205
SB0190PassHealth facility certificate of need. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services to cooperate with the state department of health (state department) in the provision of certain health facility information. Amends the expiration...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 202
SB0257PassSales tax on software. Provides that for purposes of the sales tax, a person is a retail merchant making a retail transaction when the person sells, rents, leases, licenses for consideration the right to use prewritten computer software delivered ele...
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2018-03-23
Public Law 200
SB0236PassSay's Firefly designated as state insect. Designates Pyractomena angulata, also known as "Say's Firefly", as the official state insect of Indiana.
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2018-03-23
Public Law 199
SB0139PassInvestigation 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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2018-03-22
Public Law 193
SB0221PassINSPECT program. Allows a dispenser of ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or a controlled substance to transmit certain information to the INSPECT program by any electronic method that meets specifications prescribed by the state board of pharmacy (board). ...
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2018-03-22
Public Law 194
HB1007PassMental health access. Requires the office of Medicaid policy and planning to implement a centralized credentials verification organization and credentialing process. Allows the division of mental health and addiction (division) to grant approval for ...
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2018-03-22
Public Law 195
HB1359PassDrug dealing resulting in death. Makes manufacturing or dealing certain controlled substances resulting in the death of a user: (1) a Level 1 felony if the controlled substance is cocaine, methamphetamine, or a schedule I, II, or III controlled subst...
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2018-03-22
Public Law 198
HB1267PassWater infrastructure task force. Establishes a water infrastructure task force (task force) consisting of: (1) two members of the senate; (2) two members of the house of representatives; and (3) the following individuals appointed by the governor: (A...
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2018-03-22
Public Law 196
HB1309PassSexual harassment prevention policies. Requires sexual harassment prevention instruction to be provided annually to members of the general assembly. Requires the personnel subcommittee of the legislative council (subcommittee) to prepare and submit r...
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2018-03-22
Public Law 197
SB0197PassVarious 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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2018-03-21
Public Law 159
HB1420PassVarious education matters. Allows a person to work as a waiter or waitress at a licensed premises if: (1) the licensed premises is a restaurant operated by an accredited hospitality management program for educational purposes; (2) the person is a stu...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 191
HB1109PassVarious 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 (INPRS) consolidated retirement investment fund. Removes a re...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 179
SB0134PassCharity gaming. Allows the gaming commission to issue a three year charity gaming license to qualified organizations that are veterans organizations. Urges the legislative council to assign to a study committee the topic of whether an event operator ...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 157
HB1323PassHeavy equipment rental excise tax. Excludes heavy rental equipment from the assessment of the personal property tax. Imposes an excise tax on the rental of heavy rental equipment (excise tax). Provides procedures for the sourcing, collection, and dis...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 188
SB0050PassGovernor's workforce cabinet. Establishes the governor's workforce cabinet (cabinet). Specifies the membership and duties of the cabinet. Provides that the cabinet shall serve as the state advisory body required under certain federal laws. Provides t...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 152
HB1060PassLiability for rental car theft. Removes from the list of provisions that may be included in a motor vehicle rental agreement a rebuttable presumption that a motor vehicle renter is not liable, in certain circumstances, for losses incurred by the rent...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 176
HB1290PassTransportation finance. Repeals the motor carrier surcharge tax and increases the special fuel tax by $0.21 per gallon. Distributes part of the special fuel tax revenue to the motor carrier regulation fund. Specifies how netted International Fuel Tax...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 185
SB0392PassLocal government matters. Establishes a process to: (1) divide and transfer land that is owned by a county, city, or town; and (2) assess the value of land that a county, city, or town owns that the county, city, or town has divided and transferred t...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 171
SB0387PassTeacher permits, examinations, and salaries. Requires the department of education (department) to post on the department's Internet web site the pass rate of the content area examination for each postsecondary educational institution. Establishes eli...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 170
SB0269PassRoad and utility repair. Requires the department of transportation (department) to schedule an appeal of a local unit's denial of a petition to close a railroad crossing within 60 days after the denial of the petition. Defines "department action" as ...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 165
HB1233PassEnvironmental management matters. Provides that the term "onsite sewage system" applies to systems that treat sewage from municipalities or publicly owned treatment works. Strikes an incorrect statutory reference in the section defining that term. Am...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 181
SB0303PassVarious education matters. Amends dates for the following: (1) The submission of reports regarding the number of full-time equivalent students enrolled in an alternative education program. (2) Student enrollment and attendance and grant distributions...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 167
SB0363PassFSSA 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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2018-03-21
Public Law 168
HB1256PassVarious local government matters. Provides that a county that sells a county hospital before January 1, 2017, may establish a charitable nonprofit foundation (foundation) to hold some or all of the proceeds of the sale of the county hospital in trust...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 183
SB0096PassVeterans pilot program. Extends to 2020 the program that provides assistance for certain providers to provide diagnostic testing and hyperbaric oxygen treatment to veterans. (Under current law, the program expires June 30, 2019.) Allows the state dep...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 155
HB1074PassVarious higher education matters. Provides that the provisions regarding employment of construction managers as constructors for public works projects applies only to state educational institutions after June 30, 2020. (Current law expires these prov...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 178
SB0421PassAssisted living services. Requires the office of Medicaid policy and planning (office) to reimburse for assisted living services provided to a Medicaid waiver recipient who is aged or disabled when the service is provided by a residential care facili...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 173
HB1398PassCoalition of school corporations and schools. Provides that the state board of education (state board) may approve a coalition of continuous improvement school districts (coalition). Provides that certain statutes or rules may be suspended for a coal...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 190
SB0224PassBehavioral health and human services. Allows up to 50% of the supervised experience hours required for licensure as the following to be accounted for through virtual supervision by the appropriate supervisor: (1) Clinical social worker. (2) Mental he...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 160
SB0186PassOnline continuing education for auctioneers. Provides that the auctioneer commission may approve online instruction courses and continuing education courses offered by course providers approved by the auctioneer commission.
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2018-03-21
Public Law 158
HB1320PassDisposition of tax sale surplus. Amends the definition of "substantial property interest of public record" for purposes of the tax sale statutes to specify that: (1) the term means title to or interest in a tract that is within the tract's chain of r...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 187
SB0126PassJudges and magistrates. Allows the judges of the Jefferson County circuit and superior courts to jointly appoint a magistrate to serve the Jefferson County courts. Adds a fourth judge to the superior court of Kosciusko County. Allows the judges of th...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 156
HB1056PassInnkeepers' taxes. Provides that a member appointed to a convention and tourism commission under the uniform innkeeper's tax statute who is required to be: (1) engaged in a convention, visitor, or tourism business; or (2) involved in or promoting con...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 175
SB0380PassImprovements in historic districts. Provides that certain requirements for an alteration to a historic site or a historic structure do not apply to a construction project that is funded by the state and that involves the substantial alteration, demol...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 169
SB0274PassUnderground storage tank program enforcement. Authorizes the commissioner of the department of environmental management (IDEM), after issuing an initial temporary order prohibiting the use of a particular underground storage tank, to reissue the temp...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 166
SB0419PassProfessional and occupational licenses. Provides that an agency or political subdivision may require verification of an individual's eligibility for a professional or occupational license, by requiring the individual to verify under penalty of perjur...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 172
SB0238PassOffice of judicial administration. Changes all references to the division of state court administration and the judicial center to the office of judicial administration. Changes all references to the executive director of the division of state court ...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 161
HB1065PassBroadband grants and high speed Internet service. Authorizes the office of community and rural affairs (office) to award grants to qualified broadband providers in connection with qualified broadband projects involving the deployment of infrastructur...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 177
SB0240PassEmotional support animals. Provides that a dwelling that is exempt from the Indiana fair housing law is not subject to the requirements applicable to emotional support animals. Defines "emotional support animal". Specifies who may use an emotional su...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 162
SB0266PassMotor vehicle safety. Requires that a license plate must be displayed in a horizontal and upright position that displays the registration expiration year in the upper right corner. Requires that a renewal sticker for a license plate must be securely ...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 164
HB1263PassCounty jail issues. Provides that a county fiscal body may adopt an ordinance to impose (within the local income tax expenditure rate) a tax rate for correctional facilities and rehabilitation facilities in the county. Specifies that the tax rate mus...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 184
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