Indiana Representative Edward Clere [R]

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INSB0005PassLocal health departments; public health emergencies. Provides that if a local order addresses an aspect of a declared emergency addressed by an executive order, the local order may be less stringent than the executive order to the extent permitted by...
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2021-05-10
Public Law 219
INHB1266PassSchool efficiency. Provides that, not later than October 1, 2021, the department of education (department) shall issue a request for information for the purposes of exploring potential opportunities to improve the efficiency of noninstructional schoo...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 186
INHB1225PassOpioid treatment programs. Requires an opioid treatment program to obtain prior authorization from the division of mental health and addiction (division) for patients receiving more than 14 days of opioid treatment medication from an opioid treatment...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 181
INHB1340PassHuman immunodeficiency virus. Replaces statutory references to "dangerous communicable disease" with "serious communicable disease". Replaces statutory references to "carrier" with "individual with a communicable disease". Makes conforming amendments...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 190
INHB1396PassAlcoholic beverages and tobacco. Provides that if any provision, or application of any provision, concerning the manufacture, importation, distribution, or retail sale of alcoholic beverages is deemed to be in conflict with federal law or unconstitut...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 194
INSB0292PassPublication of health facility reporting. Requires the state department of health to compile case and death data related to COVID-19 reported by health facilities and residential care facilities in a specified manner and publish the information on th...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 147
INSB0185PassHome based vendors. Requires that the state department of health, state board of animal health, and state department of agriculture shall, in consultation with industry groups and food safety experts, submit recommendations concerning home based vend...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 140
INSB0259PassParents with disabilities. Specifies that it is the policy of the state to recognize the parenting rights of a parent regardless of whether the parent has a disability. Provides that the right of a person with a disability to parent the person's chil...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 146
INHB1468PassVarious health matters. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services (office) to apply for a Medicaid state plan amendment or Medicaid waiver for the following: (1) Reimbursement of Medicaid rehabilitation option services for a ...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 207
INSB0413PassCharter school study committee. Establishes a panel to study charter school funding and methods for improving school building utilization by a school corporation.
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2021-04-29
Public Law 163
INSB0175PassAgreements between beer wholesalers and suppliers. Requires a primary source of supply (primary source) that wants to amend, cancel, terminate, or refuse to renew a distribution agreement entered into with a beer wholesaler to: (1) act in good faith,...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 139
INSB0414PassVarious education matters. Provides that the department of education (department) may adopt and provide to schools an early warning system that provides actionable data on students as early as elementary school. Provides that, not later than August 1...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 164
INHB1405PassInsurance matters. Allows the office of the secretary of family and social services to apply for a Medicaid state plan amendment to allow school corporations to seek Medicaid reimbursement for medically necessary, school based Medicaid covered servic...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 196
INHB1203PassVarious department of health matters. Provides that the state department of health (department) may officially be known as the Indiana department of health. Removes by July 1, 2022, appeals panels from the appeals process of department orders. Provid...
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2021-04-26
Public Law 130
INHB1305PassMedicaid reimbursement for children's hospitals. Specifies the reimbursement rate for inpatient and outpatient Medicaid services that are provided by an out-of-state children's hospital located in a state bordering Indiana in state fiscal years 2022 ...
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2021-04-26
Public Law 132
INHB1168PassElectric vehicles and advanced technology. Establishes the electric vehicle product commission.
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2021-04-26
Public Law 128
INHB1313PassStudents with disabilities. Requires the Indiana management performance hub to: (1) use its data resources and technology to cross-reference with data bases of certain state agencies to identify certain former students with disabilities (eligible ind...
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2021-04-23
Public Law 113
INSB0260PassCircuit court clerk matters. Allows a person who is 16 or 17 years of age to serve as a precinct election officer without the written approval of the school principal if school is not in session on election day. Provides that such individuals may: (1...
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2021-04-23
Public Law 108
INSB0398PassVarious elections matters. Provides that a political subdivision that conducts or administers an election may not receive or expend funds received from a person (other than from the state or from the federal government) for preparing, administering, ...
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2021-04-23
Public Law 109
INHCR0046PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing Hoosier Direct Support Professionals.
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2021-04-21
Returned to the House
INHB1123PassLegislative oversight of certain fiscal and emergency matters. Specifies that the bill is severable. Provides that the general assembly may convene in an emergency session if the legislative council adopts a resolution making certain findings concern...
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2021-04-15
Public Law 64
INSB0059PassOccupational therapy services. Allows an occupational therapist to provide occupational therapy services to an individual during a period of not more than 42 calendar days beginning on the day on which the occupational therapist first provides occupa...
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2021-04-15
Public Law 45
INHB1407PassProceeds from the sale of a capital asset. Authorizes a nonprofit foundation (foundation) established by a county to hold proceeds from the sale of capital assets to include in the foundation's investment policy statement a formal spending policy for...
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2021-04-08
Public Law 40
INHB1271PassDepartment of local government finance. Provides under multiple remonstrance provisions that the department of local government finance (DLGF) may either hold a hearing in the affected county or through electronic means. Provides that the state board...
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2021-04-08
Public Law 38
INSB0093PassTuition for qualified nonresident veterans. Provides that a qualified nonresident veteran who enrolls in a state educational institution not later than three years after the date of the qualified nonresident veteran's discharge or separation from the...
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2021-04-08
Public Law 24
INSB0054Enroll
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FAFSA completion incentive awards. Requires the department of education to establish a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion incentive pilot program. Provides requirements for a school corporation to receive a FAFSA completion i...
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2021-04-08
House advisors appointed: Davis, Thompson and Klinker
INHR0033PassHonoring healthcare workers for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2021-04-06
First reading: adopted voice vote
INHCR0022PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the bridge over Richland Creek on U.S. Highway 150 as the "Greenville Veterans Memorial Bridge".
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2021-04-05
Returned to the House
INHCR0033PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Dr. Kristina Box.
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2021-04-05
Returned to the House
INHB1006PassLaw enforcement officers. Requires the Indiana law enforcement training board to establish mandatory training in de-escalation as part of the use-of-force curriculum, and requires de-escalation training to be provided as a part of: (1) pre-basic trai...
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2021-04-01
Public Law 12
INSB0006PassState house monument to suffragists. Extends the Indiana women's suffrage centennial commission (IWSCC) until July 1, 2024. Requires the IWSCC to commission the creation of a suitable monument to the people of Indiana active in the women's suffrage m...
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2021-04-01
Public Law 4
INSCR0015PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION congratulating Silver Creek High School girls basketball team on winning the 2021 Indiana High School Athletic Association ("IHSAA") Class 3A championship title.
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2021-04-01
Returned to the Senate
INSB0143Engross
50%
Pharmacy benefit managers. Allows a public employer and a self-funded health plan to use a reverse auction to procure the services of a pharmacy benefit manager. Requires an audit of prescription drug cost sharing for the state Medicaid program once ...
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2021-04-01
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
INSCR0014PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson upon her retirement from the Office of the Indiana Secretary of State.
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2021-03-31
Returned to the Senate
INHB1393Engross
50%
Pharmacy benefit managers. Prohibits the inclusion of certain provisions in a contract between a pharmacy benefit manager and an entity authorized to participate in the federal 340B Drug Pricing Program. Provides that a pharmacy benefit manager's vio...
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2021-03-25
To Senate Appropriations Committee
INSB0036Engross
50%
Psychology interjurisdictional compact. Establishes the psychology interjurisdictional compact concerning interjurisdictional telepsychology and the temporary authorization to practice psychology in another compact state. Sets forth requirements of a...
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2021-03-25
To House Ways and Means Committee
INSB0305Engross
50%
Physical therapy licensure compact. Adopts the physical therapy licensure compact. Makes conforming amendments.
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2021-03-25
To House Ways and Means Committee
INSB0236Engross
50%
Land banks. Provides that a county fiscal body may adopt an ordinance requiring that, for the five years after a tract is purchased from a land bank, 50% of the amount of property taxes paid on the tract must be transferred to the land bank. Requires...
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2021-03-18
To House Ways and Means Committee
INHR0022PassRecognizing Religious Freedom Day.
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2021-03-18
First reading: adopted voice vote
INHB1003Engross
50%
Tuition support. Establishes a definition of "virtual instruction" for purposes of determining a school corporation's basic tuition support using the average daily membership (ADM).
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2021-03-16
To Senate Education and Career Development Committee
INHB1467Engross
50%
Community mental health center matters. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services (office) to apply for a Medicaid state plan amendment or Medicaid waiver for the following: (1) Reimbursement of Medicaid rehabilitation option...
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2021-03-15
To Senate Health and Provider Services Committee
INSB0047Engross
50%
Coronavirus disease immunizations. Allows a: (1) pharmacist; and (2) pharmacy technician under direct supervision; to administer an immunization for coronavirus disease. (Current law allows a pharmacist intern and pharmacist student who meets certain...
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2021-03-11
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
INHB1005Engross
50%
School choice matters. Establishes the Indiana education scholarship account program (program). Provides that, after June 30, 2022, a parent of an eligible student or an emancipated eligible student may establish an account in the program. Defines an...
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2021-03-08
To Senate Education and Career Development Committee
INHB1478Engross
50%
Battery against emergency room staff. Amends the definition of "emergency medical services provider" for the offense of battery to include a staff member in the emergency department of a hospital.
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2021-03-04
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0233Engross
50%
TANF eligibility. Sets the income eligibility requirements for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program at phased-in specified percentages of the federal income poverty level. Requires the division of family resources to amend the s...
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2021-03-02
To House Ways and Means Committee
INHB1367Engross
50%
School corporation disannexation. Establishes a two year pilot program whereby the John Glenn School Corporation may initiate a process to disannex certain territory from an existing school corporation and annex the territory.
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2021-03-01
To Senate Rules and Legislative Procedure Committee
INHB1103Engross
50%
Home based vendors. Beginning January 1, 2022, allows a home based vendor's food products to be: (1) sold in person or by telephone or the Internet; and (2) delivered by the vendor or a third party carrier to the end consumer. Requires the state depa...
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2021-02-23
To Senate Agriculture Committee
INHR0011Intro
25%
Urging health insurers to donate some of their increased net earnings to state and local health departments to support COVID-19 vaccination programs.
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2021-02-22
To House Public Health Committee
INHR0004PassRecognizing January 11th as Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
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2021-01-26
First reading: adopted voice vote
INHB1249Intro
25%
Tax increment financing. Provides that if a redevelopment commission outside Marion County wishes to establish a TIF area after June 30, 2021, a school corporation that is located wholly or partly within the proposed TIF area may elect whether to par...
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2021-01-14
To House Ways and Means Committee
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