Bills Pending Indiana House Public Policy Committee

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INSB0172Engross
50%
Maximum price of a pull tab in charity gaming. Increases the maximum price of a charity gaming ticket for a pull tab, punchboard, or tip board game from $1 to $5. Increases the maximum selling price for one ticket for type II gaming from $1 to $5.
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2023-02-28
To House Public Policy Committee
INSB0447Engross
50%
Charity gaming matters. Defines the term "professional sports team foundation" for purposes of the charity gaming law. Specifies that a professional sports team foundation is a qualified organization. Specifies that qualified organizations may conduc...
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2023-02-28
To House Public Policy Committee
INSB0164Engross
50%
Private card games. Defines "private low stakes card game" and provides a defense to certain gambling crimes if the gambling was a private low stakes card game. Makes conforming amendments.
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2023-02-28
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1120Intro
25%
Artisan distillers. Modifies a provision that specifies the general purposes of laws concerning alcohol and tobacco. Increases the number of gallons of liquor that an artisan distiller may produce in a calendar year from 10,000 to 30,000. Amends the ...
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2023-01-30
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1057Intro
25%
Service and delivery of alcoholic beverages. Allows a beauty culture salon (salon) to serve complimentary wine or beer by the glass to a customer on the premises without an alcoholic beverage permit. Allows a minor to be present in the salon. Allows ...
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2023-01-30
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1536Intro
25%
Interactive gaming. Authorizes the lottery commission to operate the sale of draw games and digital representations of scratch-off games over the Internet. Authorizes the following persons to conduct interactive gaming: (1) A licensed owner of a rive...
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2023-01-26
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1187Intro
25%
Designated outdoor refreshment areas. Allows a city or town to designate an outdoor location as a refreshment area with the approval of the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission). Provides that if a refreshment area is approved, the commission d...
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2023-01-24
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1585Intro
25%
Sale of cold alcoholic beverages. Makes it a Class B misdemeanor for a grocery store or drug store to sell an iced or cooled alcoholic beverage. (Current law prohibits the sale of iced or cooled beer by a grocery store or drug store.) Specifies that ...
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2023-01-19
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1619Intro
25%
Lawful carry by state elected officials and staff. Permits a member of the general assembly, professional staff of the general assembly, and a state officer to carry a handgun within the state capitol building and on the property of the Indiana gover...
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2023-01-19
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1548Intro
25%
Video gaming terminals. Authorizes wagering on video gaming terminals in certain establishments. Establishes a licensing structure for participants in video gaming. Imposes a video gaming wagering tax of 30% of adjusted gross receipts.
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2023-01-19
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1510Intro
25%
Beer in food production. Provides that certain brewers may sell or transfer beer to certain food manufacturers for the purpose of adding or integrating the beer into a product or recipe. Provides that a product that contains the transferred beer may ...
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2023-01-17
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1419Intro
25%
Historic district restaurant permits. Increases, within a certain historic district, the number of alcoholic beverage restaurant permits from 10 to 15, and changes certain other requirements.
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2023-01-17
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1442Intro
25%
Outdoor refreshment areas. Allows a municipality to create an outdoor refreshment area (area) in which persons may consume alcoholic beverages purchased within the area with the approval of the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission). Allows mino...
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2023-01-17
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1415Intro
25%
Contest based raffles. Creates contest based raffles for charity gaming. Defines a "contest based raffle" as the selling of tickets or chances to win a prize award based on the result of a specific event or contest, including a sport horse competitio...
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2023-01-17
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1326Intro
25%
Charitable gaming raffles. Provides that a bona fide charitable organization may accept payment by credit card for the purchase of a chance to enter a raffle, and the credit card payment may be made on the Internet. Provides that an administrative ru...
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2023-01-12
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1249Intro
25%
Three-way alcohol permit in unincorporated area. Provides, for purposes of satisfying the minimum annual or monthly gross food sales requirement for a three-way restaurant permit in an unincorporated area, that the sum of the gross food sales of: (1)...
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2023-01-11
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1310Intro
25%
Small breweries. Allows a small brewery to receive, bottle, and package beer from another small brewery if certain requirements are met. Makes a conforming amendment.
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2023-01-11
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1133Intro
25%
Ban on sale of flavored tobacco and e-liquids. Prohibits the sale of flavored tobacco products and their components, including: (1) cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and smokeless tobacco; and (2) tobacco products that have a characterizing flavor....
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2023-01-10
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1238Intro
25%
Regulation of assault weapons. Prohibits a licensed importer, licensed manufacturer, licensed dealer, or licensed collector from selling or delivering a semiautomatic assault weapon to a person who is less than 21 years of age. Defines terms.
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2023-01-10
To House Public Policy Committee
INHB1073Intro
25%
Various gaming issues. Provides that the speaker of the house of representatives and the president pro tempore of the senate shall each appoint a member of the gaming commission. Provides that a hold harmless agreement or an agreement to offset a fin...
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2023-01-09
To House Public Policy Committee
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