Indiana Representative John Young [R]

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INSB0235PassExpungements. Defines "collateral action" as an action that is factually or legally related to an arrest, a criminal charge, a delinquency allegation, a criminal conviction, or a delinquency adjudication. Specifies that certain information relating t...
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2019-05-06
Signed by the Governor
INHB1141PassTraffic amnesty program. Establishes a temporary traffic amnesty program to permit certain persons owing unpaid traffic fines, or who may be required to pay a fee for reinstatement of driving privileges, to obtain a reduction in the amount owed or am...
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2019-05-02
Public Law 202
INSB0223PassAccounting by attorney in fact. Provides that an attorney in fact is required to render and deliver a written accounting if requested by a person who jointly owns an account with the principal. Provides that an attorney in fact may not render and del...
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2019-05-01
Public Law 151
INSB0488PassPublic defenders. Authorizes the Indiana public defender commission to create guidelines and requirements pertaining to a multicounty public defender's office. Authorizes a county executive to adopt an ordinance that allows the county to enter into a...
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2019-04-24
Public Law 69
INHB1591EnrollElectronic estate planning. Allows a person to contest two or more wills if there is prima facie evidence that: (1) the decedent suffered from an irreversible medical or psychiatric condition that predated the earliest will to be challenged; or (2) a...
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2019-04-22
Senate advisors appointed: Young M and Randolph Lonnie M
INHB1600PassStudy committee on protection of senior citizens. Urges the legislative council to assign to an appropriate interim study committee the task of studying certain issues concerning elder care.
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2019-04-18
Public Law 60
INSB0336PassMisdemeanor penalties. Makes numerous misdemeanors civil infractions for the first offense. Repeals the crimes of vending machine vandalism and refusing to yield a party line. Increases the penalty for obstructing a medical person from a Class B misd...
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2019-04-18
Public Law 32
INHB1138EngrossDisputes involving homeowners associations. Provides that if either party requests mediation, mediation is mandatory. Provides that if neither party requests mediation, or if mediation is unsuccessful, a claimant may begin legal proceedings. Requires...
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2019-03-07
To Senate Judiciary Committee
INHB1235EngrossJudicial officers and public safety officials. Provides that a person commits battery on a public safety official if the offense is committed against a current or former public safety official: (1) while the official is engaged in the official's offi...
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2019-03-04
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0163EngrossRecidivist look back periods. Provides that a person commits a Level 6 felony if the person: (1) has a prior conviction for operating while intoxicated that occurred within the previous seven years; or (2) has at least two prior unrelated convictions...
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2019-02-26
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INHCR0012PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing the importance of career and technical education during Career and Technical Education Month.
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2019-02-18
Representatives Abbott D, Austin, Aylesworth, Bacon, Baird, Barrett, Bartels, Bartlett, Bauer, Beck, Borders, Bosma, Boy, Burton, Campbell, Candelaria Reardon, Carbaugh, Cherry, Chyung, DeLaney, DeVon, Deal, Dvorak, Eberhart, Ellington, Engleman, Errington, Forestal, Frizzell, GiaQuinta, Gutwein, Hamilton, Hatcher, Hatfield, Heaton, Heine, Hostettler, Jackson, Jordan, Judy, Karickhoff, Kirchhofer, Klinker, Lauer, Lehman, Leonard, Lindauer, Lucas, Lyness, Mahan, Manning, May, Mayfield, McNamara, Moed, Morris, Morrison, Moseley, Negele, Nisly, Pfaff, Pierce, Prescott, Pressel, Pryor, Saunders, Schaibley, Shackleford, Smaltz, Smith, V., Soliday, Speedy, Steuerwald, Stutzman, Summers, Torr, VanNatter, Wesco, Wolkins, Wright, Young J, Zent, Ziemke added as coauthors
INHB1453IntroAppellate defender and misdemeanor reimbursement. Establishes the office of the state appellate defender and the juvenile defense office to provide direct appeals for indigent individuals. Provides that a case that originates from Lake or Marion Coun...
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2019-01-31
To House Ways and Means Committee
INHB1458IntroControlled 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
INHB1455IntroOperating 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
INHB1452IntroJuvenile 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
INHB1457IntroReckless 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
INHB1454IntroOperating a vehicle while intoxicated. Specifies that a court may require that a person with at least one previous conviction of operating while intoxicated may serve the term of imprisonment in an appropriate facility or on home detention with elect...
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2019-01-15
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INHB1460IntroMarijuana. Permits a person at least 21 years of age to lawfully possess up to one ounce of marijuana. Makes possession of marijuana in the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle a Class C infraction, and makes ingesting marijuana while operating a...
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2019-01-15
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INHB1459IntroCoverage of cleft lip and cleft palate management. Specifies that currently required coverage for newly born children related to management of cleft lip and cleft palate includes occupational therapy and speech therapy.
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2019-01-15
To House Insurance Committee
INHB1456IntroDeletion of criminal records. Establishes a procedure for a court to order the deletion of certain criminal records.
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2019-01-15
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INHB1220IntroMedical payment coverage. Specifies that medical payment coverage is supplemental to coverage under a health plan.
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2019-01-14
To House Insurance Committee
INHCR0047N/AA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing the success of Franklin Community High School Choirs.
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