Indiana Representative Mitch Gore [D]

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INHB1087PassTransportation for a released offender. Provides that the department of correction may not provide transportation to, or procure transportation or public transportation to, a county other than the released offender's county of residence at the time o...
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2023-05-04
Public Law 212
INSB0161PassUnlawful surveillance. Adds a prohibition against using a tracking device to the list of conditions a court may impose when issuing a protection order. Increases the penalty for stalking to a Level 5 felony if the offense is committed by means of a t...
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2023-05-04
Public Law 172
INSB0343PassVarious criminal law matters. Makes it organized retail theft, a Level 6 felony, for a person to exercise unauthorized control over the property of a retail merchant with the intent to directly or indirectly distribute the property for resale, and in...
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2023-05-04
Public Law 185
INHB1321PassPublic safety training. Requires the law enforcement training board to establish minimum standards for basic training and annual inservice training that address the mental health and wellness of law enforcement officers. Requires the executive traini...
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2023-05-01
Public Law 139
INHB1069PassAirports. Voids an administrative rule concerning eligibility of projects for which funding is available from the airport development grant fund (grant fund) and relocates (with stylistic changes) the contents of the voided administrative rule. Requi...
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2023-05-01
Public Law 123
INSB0415PassJuveniles. Provides that a statement made by a juvenile during custodial interrogation in response to a materially false statement from a law enforcement officer is inadmissible against the juvenile unless certain exceptions apply. Requires, unless c...
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2023-05-01
Public Law 112
INHB1034PassIncome tax exemption for military pay. Exempts military pay for members of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States or the national guard from the individual income tax. (Current law provides an individual income tax exemption for...
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2023-05-01
Public Law 121
INHR0048PassCongratulating Vice Admiral Sean Buck on his retirement from the United States Navy. Congratulating Vice Admiral Sean Buck on his retirement from the United States Navy.
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2023-04-27
First reading: adopted voice vote
INHR0047PassRecognizing Officer Dustin Moody. Recognizing Officer Dustin Moody.
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2023-04-24
First reading: adopted voice vote
INHB1365PassMachine guns. Revises, for purposes of an enhancement and certain criminal offenses, a definition of "machine gun". Provides that particular criminal offenses concerning machine guns do not apply to certain persons, including persons possessing machi...
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2023-04-20
Public Law 80
INHB1142PassLaw enforcement recordings. Provides that the direct cost that a state or local agency may charge for providing a copy of a law enforcement recording (recording) includes labor costs incurred to: (1) obscure nondisclosable information in the recordin...
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2023-04-20
Public Law 64
INSB0136PassConviction data. Defines "prohibited person" as a person prohibited from possessing a firearm or carrying a handgun. Provides that the office of judicial administration may establish a system to transmit certain data to assist in determining whether ...
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2023-04-20
Public Law 23
INSB0043PassResidency of 911 operators. Provides that a public safety agency may not establish or maintain residency requirements for a public safety telecommunicator employed by a public safety agency.
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2023-04-20
Public Law 18
INSB0001Enroll
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Behavioral health matters. Provides that, subject to certain procedures and requirements, the office of the secretary of family and social services may apply to the United States Department of Health and Human Services: (1) for a Medicaid state plan ...
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2023-04-20
Motion to concur filed
INSB0316PassComputer aided emergency dispatch systems. Provides that the statewide 911 board (board) may conduct a feasibility study on potential ways in which the computer aided dispatch (CAD) systems used by public safety answering points (PSAPs) in Indiana co...
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2023-04-20
Public Law 41
INSB0004Enroll
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Public health commission. Defines "core public health services" for purposes of public health laws. Adds members to the executive board of the Indiana department of health (state department). Removes a provision allowing the state department to estab...
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2023-04-20
Senate dissented from House amendments
INHCR0005PassUrging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the bridge on State Highway 27 over I-70 as the "Officer Seara Burton Memorial Bridge". A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the bridge on State Hi...
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2023-04-17
Representatives Goodrich, Pack R, Haggard C, Teshka J, May, Baird, Pierce K, Prescott, Snow C, Smith, V., Johnson, Olthoff, Slager, Miller D, O'Brien T, Engleman, Smaltz, Negele, Manning, McGuire J, Meltzer J, Culp K, Lucas, Sweet L, Garcia Wilburn V, Lehman, Errington, Schaibley, Patterson L, Vermilion A, Harris, Hamilton, Miller K, Judy, Abbott D, Zent, VanNatter, Clere, Rowray E, Pryor, Pfaff, Pierce M, Wesco, Jordan, Thompson, Cherry, Davis M, GiaQuinta, Hatfield, Hall D, Bartels, Aylesworth, Frye, Boy, Jackson, Heine, Andrade M added as coauthors
INHCR0034PassRecognizing Mayor Dennis Buckley of Beech Grove, Indiana. A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing Mayor Dennis Buckley of Beech Grove, Indiana.
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2023-04-14
Returned to the House
INHR0037PassReaffirming the commitment of sister ties between Indiana and Taiwan. Reaffirming the commitment of sister ties between Indiana and Taiwan.
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2023-04-13
First reading: adopted voice vote
INSCR0031PassHonoring Barbara Boyd. A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION honoring the lifetime achievements of Indianapolis journalist Barbara Boyd.
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2023-03-22
Returned to the Senate
INHR0022PassMemorializing Representative Sally J. Siegrist. Memorializing Representative Sally J. Siegrist.
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2023-03-13
First reading: adopted voice vote
INHCR0019PassRecognizing the 120th anniversary of the chartering of UA Local 440. A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing the 120th anniversary of the chartering of UA Local 440.
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2023-03-09
Returned to the House
INSB0205Engross
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Task force for the reduction of violent crime. Establishes the task force for the reduction of violent crime (task force). Requires the task force to study potential statutory changes to reduce violent crime and submit a report for distribution to th...
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2023-02-28
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INSB0338Engross
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Art and music therapy. Provides for the licensure of music therapists, art therapists, and art therapist associates by the medical licensing board of Indiana. Establishes requirements and procedures for an individual to be licensed as a music therapi...
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2023-02-28
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1194Engross
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Competency to stand trial. Provides that certain licensed individuals may examine a defendant and testify as to whether the defendant can understand the criminal proceedings and assist in the preparation of the defendant's defense. Allows a court to ...
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2023-02-27
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INHB1306Engross
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Killing a law enforcement animal. Increases the penalty for killing a law enforcement animal to a Level 5 felony. Provides that killing a law enforcement animal in the commission of a crime is an aggravating circumstance for sentencing in criminal ca...
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2023-02-23
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INHCR0016Engross
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Recognizing the 120th anniversary of the chartering of UA Local 440. A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing the 120th anniversary of the chartering of UA Local 440.
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2023-02-23
Referred to the Senate
INHB1101Intro
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Music and art therapy. Provides that art therapy services provided by a licensed art therapist to an individual who receives mental health services or to an individual who receives services from a community mental health center are reimbursable under...
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2023-01-24
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1064Intro
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Criminal grooming of a minor for sexual activity. Specifies that "solicit" for the crime of child solicitation includes luring and enticing the victim. Increases the penalty for inappropriate communication with a child from a Class B misdemeanor to a...
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2023-01-24
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INHB1227Intro
25%
School distribution of firearm safety information. Requires the department of education, in collaboration with the state police department, to identify a set of best practices and develop a set of educational materials concerning the safe possession ...
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2023-01-19
To House Education Committee
INHB1546Intro
25%
Art and music therapy. Provides that art therapy services provided by a licensed art therapist to an individual who receives mental health services or to an individual who receives services from a community mental health center are reimbursable under...
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2023-01-19
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1366Intro
25%
Firearm storage. Prohibits a person from keeping or storing a loaded firearm on any premises controlled by the person if the person knows, or reasonably should know, that a child is likely to gain access to the firearm. Provides that a child's posses...
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2023-01-17
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INHJR0003Intro
25%
Right to unionize. Provides that persons in private employment have the right to organize and bargain collectively. Provides that persons in public employment have the right to: (1) organize; and (2) present to and make known to the State, or any of ...
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2023-01-17
To House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee
INHB1098Intro
25%
Elimination of credit time. Provides that a habitual violent offender is not entitled to good time credit.
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2023-01-10
To House Courts and Criminal Code Committee
INHB1102Intro
25%
Repeal of right to work law. Repeals the chapter prohibiting an employer from requiring: (1) labor organization membership; (2) payment of dues or fees to a labor organization; or (3) payment to a charity or other third party an amount equivalent to ...
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2023-01-10
To House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee
INHB1099Intro
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General assembly salaries. Provides that the salary of a member of the general assembly for an ensuing calendar year is the lesser of: (1) 18% of the annual salary of a judge, as adjusted by law; or (2) the salary paid for the current calendar year m...
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2023-01-10
To House Rules and Legislative Procedures Committee
INHB1122Intro
25%
Legalization of same sex marriage. Provides that marriage between persons of the same gender is legal in Indiana.
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2023-01-10
To House Judiciary Committee
INHB1100Intro
25%
Marion County fairgrounds noise mitigation. Requires installation of industry standard noise barriers at the Marion County fairgrounds in connection with automotive races or events.
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2023-01-10
To House Local Government Committee
INHB1103Intro
25%
Renewal of SNAP benefit registration. Allows the division of family resources to contract with a community partner for purposes of recertifying an individual's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.
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2023-01-10
To House Family, Children and Human Affairs Committee
INHB1104Intro
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Green alert for missing at risk veterans. Defines "veteran at risk". Creates the green alert program to provide for public notification regarding missing veterans at risk. Changes the name of the Indiana clearinghouse for information on missing child...
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2023-01-10
To House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee
INHB1045Intro
25%
Craft hemp flower and hemp production. Excludes craft hemp flower from the definition of "hemp product". Removes references to smokable hemp. Removes an exemption to a person who knowingly or intentionally grows or handles smokable hemp without a lic...
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2023-01-09
To House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee
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