Indiana Senator Michael Young [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
INSB0080PassCode publication bill. Makes Indiana Code publication amendments. Resolves technical conflicts between various enrolled acts passed during the 2021 legislative session. Corrects technical errors in various enrolled acts passed during the 2021 legisla...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 137
INSB0392PassMarion County zoning. Adds provisions that do the following: (1) Provide that the legislative body and the board of zoning appeals (BZA) of Lawrence, Speedway, Southport, and Beech Grove in Marion County (excluded city) have exclusive territorial jur...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 161
INSB0336PassBusiness personal property tax exemption. Increases, from $40,000 to $80,000, the acquisition cost threshold for the business personal property tax exemption. Makes a technical correction.
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2021-04-29
Public Law 153
INHB1558PassIndiana crime guns task force. Establishes the Indiana crime guns task force (task force) to address violent crime in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Marion, Morgan, Johnson, and Shelby counties by delivering, in cooperation with state and feder...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 217
INHB1115PassInterfering with public safety. Provides that a person who enters a marked off area after having been denied entry by a firefighter commits interfering with public safety. (Under current law, the offense is committed only if the person is denied entr...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 174
INHB1247PassChild care provider notice. Allows the division of family resources (division) to send certain notices to: (1) an applicant for licensure as a child care center, licensure as a child care home, or registration as a child care ministry; and (2) a lice...
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2021-04-29
Public Law 183
INSB0133PassSentencing. Provides that a court may suspend only that part of a sentence that is in excess of the minimum sentence for a person convicted of a Level 2 or Level 3 felony who has a prior unrelated felony conviction, other than a conviction for a felo...
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2021-04-26
Public Law 119
INHB1293PassCriminal appeals. Provides that an order granting a motion to discharge a defendant before trial may be appealed to the supreme court or the court of appeals. Provides that the state may appeal an interlocutory order if the trial court certifies the ...
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2021-04-23
Public Law 112
INHB1383PassJudicial officers. Provides that a person commits battery on a public safety official if the offense is committed against a retired judicial officer while the retired judicial officer is serving as a judge, and allows a retired judicial officer to ca...
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2021-04-23
Public Law 115
INSB0263PassReligious activities as essential services. Prohibits the state and a political subdivision from imposing restrictions on a religious organization that are more restrictive than the restrictions imposed upon other businesses and organizations that pr...
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2021-04-22
Public Law 99
INSB0187PassProtection of monuments, memorials, and statues. Requires the state police department to prioritize the investigation and prosecution of persons who destroy, damage, vandalize, or desecrate a monument, memorial, or statue. Requires the state police d...
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2021-04-22
Public Law 94
INSR0067Intro
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A SENATE RESOLUTION memorializing the victims of the Indianapolis FedEx mass shooting.
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2021-04-21
Senators Alting, Baldwin, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Boots, Bray, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Donato, Doriot, Ford Jon, Freeman, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Holdman, Houchin, Koch, Kruse, Leising, Messmer, Mishler, Niemeyer, Perfect, Raatz, Rogers, Sandlin, Tomes, Walker G, Walker K, Young M, Zay added as coauthors
INHB1199PassDriving privileges. Provides that the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) shall stay a suspension of a person's driving privileges, and terminate that suspension, upon a showing of proof of future financial responsibility, and provides that an individu...
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2021-04-20
Public Law 86
INSR0056PassA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Ryan Vaughn for his exemplary contributions to the City of Indianapolis and the State of Indiana.
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2021-04-20
Senator Walker K added as coauthor
INSB0177PassVictim's rights and investigations. Establishes a procedure permitting an immediate family member of a deceased individual to request the superintendent of the state police department to conduct a new investigation into the death of the individual if...
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2021-04-19
Public Law 71
INHB1256PassJuvenile court jurisdiction. Provides that a child who: (1) commits indecent display by a youth; or (2) commits dangerous possession of a firearm or provides a firearm to another child in certain circumstances; has committed a delinquent act subject ...
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2021-04-19
Public Law 84
INSB0079PassProtection orders and domestic battery. Provides that if a petition for an order for protection is filed by a person or on behalf of an unemancipated minor, the court shall determine, after reviewing the petition or making an inquiry, whether issuing...
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2021-04-19
Public Law 67
INSCR0031PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION memorializing Irv Cross.
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2021-04-19
Returned to the Senate
INSB0201PassOperating while intoxicated. Provides a defense to prosecution for a person who operates a vehicle with marijuana or its metabolite in the person's blood under certain conditions.
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2021-04-15
Public Law 49
INSB0361PassEyelash extension specialists. Requires the state department of health to adopt reasonable rules to ensure the sanitary operation of facilities where eyelash extensions are applied. Specifies that the rules must establish training and certification r...
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2021-04-15
Public Law 55
INSB0255PassExpungement. Specifies that a "criminal history provider" includes certain persons who regularly publish criminal history information on the Internet, for purposes of the law requiring criminal history providers to periodically review their criminal ...
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2021-04-15
Public Law 52
INSB0204PassHealth care advance directives. Allows an individual to make a health care advance directive that gives instructions or expresses preferences or desires concerning any aspect of the individual's health care or health information and to designate a he...
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2021-04-15
Public Law 50
INHB1127PassMental health and addiction forensic treatments. Removes a provision that allows a: (1) delinquent child's; or (2) person's; Medicaid participation to be terminated following a two year suspension due to certain adjudications or incarceration. Adds c...
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2021-04-15
Public Law 57
INSR0017PassA SENATE RESOLUTION supporting Taiwan's signing of a Bilateral Trade Agreement with the United States, reaffirming Indiana's commitment to strengthening and deepening of the sister ties between Indiana and Taiwan, and continuing to support an increas...
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2021-04-12
Senator Randolph added as coauthor
INSR0039Intro
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A SENATE RESOLUTION declaring that the policy of the state is to protect the constitutional right to keep and bear arms.
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2021-04-12
Senator Grooms added as coauthor
INHB1084PassTechnical corrections. Resolves technical conflicts and addresses technical errors in the Indiana Code. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the code revision commission.)
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2021-04-08
Public Law 32
INHB1198Enroll
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Adult and juvenile court jurisdiction. Provides that a complaint, indictment, or information for child molesting shall be filed in adult criminal court if the accused person: (1) was at least 14 years of age but less than 18 years of age at the time ...
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2021-04-08
Senate advisors appointed: Sandlin and Tallian
INSB0158Engross
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Ordinances. Requires the health and hospital corporation of Marion County to post notice of an ordinance pending final action on the corporation's official Internet web site.
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2021-04-05
Second reading: ordered engrossed
INSB0122PassDrug schedules. Adds new scheduled drugs to the statutory drug schedules.
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2021-04-01
Public Law 10
INSB0197Engross
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Criminal law issues. Specifies that a conviction for certain sex offenses requires mandatory revocation of a teaching license. Provides that bail provisions that apply to persons on probation and parole also apply to persons on community supervision....
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2021-04-01
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
INHB1082PassHigh tech crimes unit program. Establishes the high tech crimes unit fund for the purpose of establishing up to 10 high tech crimes units that collectively represent the north, south, east, west, and central geographic areas of Indiana to enhance the...
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2021-04-01
Public Law 16
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
INHB1369Engross
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Firearms matters. Effective March 30, 2022: (1) Repeals the law that requires a person to obtain a license to carry a handgun in Indiana; (2) Specifies that certain persons who are not otherwise prohibited from carrying or possessing a handgun are no...
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2021-04-01
To Senate Judiciary Committee
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
INHCR0036PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring Judge James S. Kirsch.
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2021-03-31
Returned to the House
INSCR0017PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION memorializing James C. Clark.
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2021-03-29
Returned to the Senate
INSR0023PassA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Senator John C. Ruckelshaus upon his retirement from the Indiana State Senate.
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2021-03-25
Senators Alting, Baldwin, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Boots, Bray, Breaux, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Donato, Ford J.D., Ford Jon, Freeman, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Holdman, Houchin, Koch, Kruse, Lanane, Leising, Melton, Messmer, Mishler, Mrvan, Niemeyer, Niezgodski, Perfect, Qaddoura, Raatz, Randolph, Rogers, Sandlin, Tallian, Taylor G, Tomes, Walker G, Walker K, Yoder, Young M, Zay added as coauthors
INSB0039Engross
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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. Defines "cheating" and makes cheating at gambling a Class A misdemeanor, and increases th...
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2021-03-18
To House Public Policy Committee
INSB0198Engross
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Rioting. Grants, until January 1, 2025, the attorney general concurrent jurisdiction with the prosecuting attorney to prosecute an action in which a person is accused of committing a criminal offense while a member of an unlawful assembly. Permits th...
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2021-03-09
To House Rules and Legislative Procedures Committee
INHB1260Engross
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Gift certificates and store gift cards. Provides that a person shall not sell or issue to an Indiana consumer any gift certificate or store gift card with an expiration date unless certain conditions are met. Provides that, with respect to a gift cer...
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2021-03-08
To Senate Commerce & Technology Committee
INSR0024PassA SENATE RESOLUTION honoring Senator James W. Merritt, Jr. upon his retirement from the Indiana State Senate.
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2021-03-08
Senators Alting, Baldwin, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Bray, Breaux, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Donato, Doriot, Ford J.D., Ford Jon, Freeman, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Holdman, Houchin, Koch, Kruse, Lanane, Leising, Melton, Messmer, Mishler, Mrvan, Niemeyer, Niezgodski, Perfect, Qaddoura, Raatz, Randolph, Rogers, Sandlin, Tallian, Taylor G, Tomes, Walker G, Walker K, Yoder, Young M, Zay added as coauthors
INSB0200Engross
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Noncompliant prosecuting attorney. Permits the attorney general to request the appointment of a special prosecuting attorney if a prosecuting attorney is categorically refusing to prosecute certain crimes, and establishes a procedure for the appointm...
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2021-03-04
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0141Engross
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Central Indiana public transportation projects. Requires the budget agency to withhold local income tax revenue from an eligible county if the eligible county fails to raise certain revenues for a public transportation project. (Current law requires ...
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2021-03-04
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
INSB0268Engross
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Expiration of contact preference forms. Allows the contact preference form of a birth parent to expire on the birth parent's death. Eliminates the use of contact preference forms for adoptions finalized after June 30, 2021. Makes conforming changes.
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2021-03-02
To House Judiciary Committee
INSB0323Engross
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Music production incentive program. Authorizes the Indiana destination development corporation (corporation) to employ a music commissioner. Authorizes the corporation to establish a music production incentive program. Requires the corporation, in co...
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2021-03-02
To House Ways and Means Committee
INSB0199Engross
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Self-defense. Specifies that "reasonable force" includes the pointing of a loaded or unloaded firearm for purposes of arrest or to prevent an escape, or for self-defense when used to prevent or terminate the an unlawful entry of or attack on a dwelli...
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2021-03-01
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0194Engross
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Obstruction of traffic. Increases the penalty for obstruction of traffic under certain circumstances.
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2021-03-01
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INHB1028Engross
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Operating while intoxicated. Provides a defense to prosecution for a person who operates a vehicle with marijuana or its metabolite in the person's blood under certain conditions.
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2021-02-24
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0110Intro
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Law enforcement officer employment. Requires an agency hiring a law enforcement officer to request the officer's employment record and certain other information from previous employing agencies, requires the previous employing agency to provide certa...
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2021-02-22
To Senate Appropriations Committee
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