Indiana Senator Michael 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
INSB0080PassCode revision corrections. Addresses problems in the Indiana Code not suitable for resolution in the annual Technical Corrections bill, including corresponding amendment to certain percentages and overly broad or ambiguous language. Resolves technica...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 211
INSB0323PassParenting time. Authorizes a court to require a parent to submit to drug testing as a condition of exercising parenting time rights if the court finds that: (1) the parent has a history of unlawful drug use within the previous five years; or (2) ther...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 223
INHB1078PassCommitment of Level 6 offenders to DOC. Provides that a court may commit a person convicted of a Level 6 felony to the department of correction (DOC) if: (1) the person is a violent offender; or (2) the person has two prior unrelated felony convictio...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 240
INSB0276PassOpioid treatment pilot program. Extends the opioid treatment pilot program until 2022. (Under current law the pilot program will expire in 2020.)
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2019-05-05
Public Law 222
INSB0258PassSex offender employment and residence. Allows a court to prohibit, as a condition of probation, a sexually violent predator or an offender against children from having: (1) unsupervised contact; or (2) contact; with a child less than 16 years of age....
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2019-05-05
Public Law 220
INSB0265PassVarious trust matters. Defines "designated representative", "judicial proceeding", and "nonjudicial matter" for purposes of the trust code. Authorizes the establishment of legacy trusts. Prescribes the procedures for establishing a legacy trust and r...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 221
INHB1432PassParental incarceration. Provides that a child in need of services (CHINS) case plan must include a description and discussion of: (1) the services and treatment available to an incarcerated parent at the facility at which the parent is incarcerated; ...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 258
INSB0001PassDepartment of child services. Specifies that all decisions made by the department of child services (department) in specified statutes shall be made in consideration of the best interests of the child. Provides that a petition for adoption of an adul...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 210
INHB1065PassRegional holding facility. Provides that a "regional holding facility" is an existing facility that is currently established and operated by the department of correction (department) that offers mental health and substance abuse treatment, workforce ...
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2019-05-05
Public Law 239
INSB0110PassDrug dealing. Adds an item to the existing list of enhancing circumstances for offenses relating to controlled substances. Provides that an enhancing circumstance means that the person knowingly committed the offense in, on, or within 100 feet of a d...
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2019-05-02
Public Law 182
INSB0292PassNotice and hearings on child relocation. Changes certain procedures governing the relocation of a child in cases in which custody orders are issued following a determination of paternity and in cases heard under statutes governing custody and visitat...
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2019-05-02
Public Law 186
INHB1192PassTheft by public servants. Specifies that in the case of a public servant who criminally exerts unauthorized control over public funds of the public servant's employer, the employer may be reimbursed from the public servant's public pension fund contr...
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2019-05-02
Public Law 203
INSB0002PassSchool bus safety. Requires a school bus to be equipped with black reflective tape mounted on certain areas of the school bus. Provides that if a school bus is in operation and transporting passengers, the driver of the school bus shall have the dayt...
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2019-05-01
Public Law 144
INHB1150PassMonetary awards for exonerated prisoners. Defines "actually innocent" and specifies that a person whose conviction has been vacated and is actually innocent is entitled to compensation in the amount of $50,000 for each year that the person was wrongf...
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2019-05-01
Public Law 165
INSB0631PassDrug classifications and drug schedules. Adds numerous substances to the definition of "synthetic drug". Adds epidiolex and brivaracetam to schedule V. Specifies that dronabinol is a schedule II controlled substance only in oral solution. Defines "fe...
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2019-04-29
Public Law 119
INHB1615PassAnimal cruelty. Amends and creates certain definitions for offenses relating to animals. Specifies that an animal control program, humane society, and governmental entity operating an animal shelter may only destroy an animal by means of humane eutha...
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2019-04-29
Public Law 141
INSB0206PassChild support modification. Defines, for purposes of child support modification, an order with respect to child support.
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2019-04-25
Public Law 99
INSB0132PassCivics. Provides that as part of the United States government credit awarded for the general, Core 40, Core 40 with academic honors, and Core 40 with technical honors designation, each high school shall administer the naturalization examination provi...
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2019-04-25
Public Law 97
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
INHB1411PassEminent domain for nonpublic uses. Amends the statute concerning the use of eminent domain to acquire real property for nonpublic uses to provide that the requirement that a condemnor compensate the owner of residential property acquired under the st...
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2019-04-24
Public Law 88
INHB1211PassAbortion matters. Provides that a person may not knowingly or intentionally perform a dismemberment abortion unless reasonable medical judgment dictates that performing the dismemberment abortion is necessary to: (1) prevent serious health risks to t...
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2019-04-24
Public Law 93
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
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
INSB0551PassVictims of criminal acts. Provides that a new registration period may be imposed if a sex or violent offender fails to register or improperly registers as a sex or violent offender. Prohibits records held by the department of child services to be dis...
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2019-04-18
Public Law 40
INHB1080PassCommunity corrections and credit time. Provides that the department of correction may adopt emergency rules concerning the deprivation of earned good time credit for a person who is placed in a community corrections program. Makes a technical correct...
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2019-04-10
Public Law 26
INHB1051PassStudy of reckless homicide. Urges the legislative council to assign the task of studying the topic of reckless homicide to an appropriate study committee.
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2019-04-10
Public Law 23
INSB0208PassElectronic filing and notice. Allows a person to use electronic filing or service instead of mailing in certain cases if electronic filing or service is authorized by rules adopted by the supreme court.
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2019-04-03
Public Law 6
INHB1187PassTechnical corrections. Resolves technical conflicts and addresses technical problems in the Indiana Code. Provides that the technical corrections bill may be referred to as the "technical corrections bill of the 2019 general assembly". Specifies that...
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2019-04-03
Public Law 10
INHB1155EnrollClark County circuit court. Establishes two new courts beginning July 1, 2019. Requires the governor to fill the vacancy in each of the courts that occurs when the court comes into existence. Provides that the first elected judges under the Indiana C...
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2019-03-28
Returned to the House with amendments
INSB0041PassNewborn screenings for health disorders. Requires, beginning July 1, 2020, newborns to be examined for the detection of: (1) Krabbe disease; (2) Pompe disease; and (3) Hurler syndrome.
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2019-03-25
Public Law 1
INSB0028EngrossCrimes involving synthetic drugs. Specifies that an "enhancing circumstance", for purposes of criminal law, includes a prior conviction for dealing or manufacturing a substance represented to be a controlled substance. Makes certain offenses involvin...
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2019-03-21
Committee report: do pass, adopted
INSB0383EngrossAir or gas operated weapons on school property. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally points an air or gas operated weapon designed to expel a projectile at another person while present on a: (1) school bus; or (2) property affiliated...
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2019-03-19
To House Rules and Legislative Procedures Committee
INHCR0032PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing Indiana Dunes National Park.
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2019-03-14
Representative Lauer added as coauthor
INSCR0045EngrossA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River's contributions to Indiana and urging the Governor to declare September 7, 2019, Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Appreciation Day in Indiana.
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2019-03-14
Referred to the House
INSCR0040EngrossA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION memorializing Sergeant Benton "Ben" Bertram and urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to name a mile of State Road 56 near Scottsburg the "Sgt. Ben Bertram Memorial Mile".
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2019-03-14
Referred to the House
INSR0026PassA SENATE RESOLUTION urging Congress to amend federal law concerning confidentiality of patient records.
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2019-03-14
Senators Niezgodski, Ford J.D., Ruckelshaus added as coauthors
INSB0003EngrossInternet crimes against children fund. Establishes the Internet crimes against children fund (fund). Requires the state police department (department) to administer the fund and use money in the fund to: (1) pay for costs incurred by the department f...
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2019-03-11
To House Ways and Means Committee
INSCR0037PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing Cummins, Inc. for 100 years of operation in the State of Indiana.
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2019-03-11
Representatives Burton, Zent, Summers, Harris, Goodin added as cosponsors
INSCR0038PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing the University of Southern Indiana UNITE CubeSat project team.
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2019-03-07
Senators Alting, Bassler, Bohacek, Boots, Bray, Breaux, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Busch, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Doriot, Ford J.D., Ford Jon, Freeman, Garten, Gaskill, Glick, Grooms, Head, Holdman, Houchin, Koch, Kruse, Lanane, Leising, Melton, Merritt, Messmer, Mishler, Mrvan, Niemeyer, Niezgodski, Perfect, Raatz, Randolph, Rogers, Ruckelshaus, Sandlin, Spartz, Stoops, Tallian, Taylor G, Walker, Young M, Zay added as coauthors
INSB0486EngrossCriminal law issues. Specifies, for purposes of operating while intoxicated, the manner in which a chemical test for THC must be conducted. Requires the state department of toxicology to adopt rules relating to the administration of a chemical test f...
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2019-03-05
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0279EngrossWaiver to adult court for attempted murder. Provides that the juvenile court shall waive jurisdiction if it finds that: (1) the child is charged with an act that would be murder or attempted murder if committed by an adult; (2) there is probable caus...
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2019-03-05
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0210EngrossDriver's license reinstatement fees. Requires the bureau of motor vehicles to administer an amnesty program to reduce reinstatement fees for suspended driving privileges, and establishes criteria for the program. Urges the legislative council to assi...
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2019-03-04
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
INSB0076EngrossSentencing. Makes dealing in a Schedule I or II narcotic drug as a Level 2 felony nonsuspendible if the person has a prior unrelated felony conviction for certain drug dealing offenses.
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2019-03-04
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0196EngrossElectronic reporting of valuable metal purchases. Transfers authority of the state police department with respect to valuable metals dealers to the state of Indiana. Defines "automotive salvage recycler". Allows a political subdivision that required ...
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2019-03-04
To House Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development Committee
INSB0239EngrossProperty tax assessment appeals. Repeals a statute requiring the Indiana board of tax review (board) to recommend that parties settle or mediate any case pending before the board if certain conditions are met. Provides that certain burden shifting re...
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2019-03-04
To House Judiciary Committee
INSB0207EngrossProbation. Provides that a court must require, as a condition of probation, that an offender against children not reside within 1,000 feet of a school, youth program center, or park.
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2019-02-26
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0175EngrossOperating a vehicle while intoxicated. Provides that a person who causes the death of another person when operating a vehicle with: (1) cocaine; (2) a narcotic drug listed in schedule I or II; or (3) methamphetamine; or its metabolite in the person's...
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2019-02-26
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0319EngrossSentencing after probation revocation. Permits a person convicted of a Level 6 felony to be committed to the department of correction (DOC) if: (1) the person's probation, parole, or community corrections is revoked due to commission of a new crimina...
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2019-02-26
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSR0029PassA SENATE RESOLUTION urging the legislative council to assign to an appropriate study committee the issue of criminal laws concerning fraud and deception.
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2019-02-21
Second reading: adopted voice vote
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