Indiana Representative Wendy McNamara [R]

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INSB0001PassAbortion. Terminates the licensure of abortion clinics. Specifies that the abortion statutes do not apply to in vitro fertilization. Makes changes to when an abortion may be performed, including when: (1) the abortion is necessary to prevent any seri...
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2022-08-05
Public Law 179(ss)
INHB1137PassProtective orders. Provides that an order for protection issued ex parte or upon notice and a hearing, or a modification of an order for protection issued ex parte or upon notice and a hearing, is effective: (1) for two years after the date of issuan...
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2022-03-18
Public Law 159
INSB0155PassHuman trafficking. Modifies the definition of "protected person" for purposes of the admission of a statement or videotape of an individual who is less than 14 years of age at the time of the offense but less than 18 years of age at the time of trial...
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2022-03-18
Public Law 153
INHB1359PassJuvenile law matters. Requires the commission on improving the status of children in Indiana (commission) to create a statewide juvenile justice oversight body (oversight body) to do the following: (1) Develop a plan to collect and report statewide j...
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2022-03-11
Public Law 101
INSB0246PassMotor vehicle insurance for foster children. Establishes the insuring foster youth trust fund (fund). Provides that the department of child services shall administer the fund. Provides that the money in the fund may be used to provide payments to fos...
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2022-03-10
Public Law 59
INHB1369Enroll

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Sentencing modification. Establishes a procedure to allow certain inmates in the department of correction (department) an additional opportunity to request sentence modification from the sentencing court if the department has recommended sentence mod...
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2022-03-09
Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: rejected by the Senate; Roll Call 378: yeas 21, nays 29
INHB1004PassDepartment of correction. Amends and updates certain terms involving direct placement in a community corrections program. Updates the definition of "community corrections program". Specifies that a court may suspend any portion of a sentence and orde...
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2022-03-08
Public Law 45
INHR0043PassReaffirming the commitment of sister ties between Indiana and Taiwan.
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2022-03-08
Representative Morrison added as coauthor
INHB1291PassDepartment of health name change. Requires the legislative services agency to prepare legislation for introduction in the 2023 regular session of the general assembly to make appropriate amendments to the Indiana Code to change references from the "s...
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2022-03-07
Public Law 38
INHCR0035PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging the Indiana War Memorials Commission to study and propose the construction of a suitable monument to the men and women of Indiana who died in the service of their country in the global war on terrorism.
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2022-03-07
Returned to the House
INHB1181PassYouth offender boot camps and inmate calling services. Provides that juvenile offenders may not be placed in department of correction boot camps beginning July 1, 2022. Provides, for purposes of juvenile offenders who are already participating in the...
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2022-03-07
Public Law 34
INSB0070PassObstruction of justice. Provides that a person commits obstruction of justice if the person induces a witness in a legal proceeding to: (1) withhold or delay producing evidence that the witness is legally required to produce; (2) avoid a subpoena or ...
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2022-03-07
Public Law 5
INHB1001PassAdministrative authority; COVID-19 immunizations. Allows the secretary of family and social services (secretary) to issue a waiver of human services statutory provisions and administrative rules if the secretary determines that the waiver is necessar...
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2022-03-03
Public Law 1
INHR0024PassRecognizing February as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
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2022-02-17
Representatives Summers, DeLaney, Hatcher, Gore M, Negele, McNamara, Austin, Boy, Harris, Behning, Schaibley, Engleman, Smaltz, Heine, Johnson, Smith, V., Andrade M, Moseley, Pfaff, Bartlett, Pierce, Pryor, Saunders, GiaQuinta, Hatfield, Nisly, Bauer M, Heaton, Rowray E added as coauthors
INHCR0022PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing Wednesday, February 16, 2022, as a day to honor the work and mission of the regions of the American Red Cross serving the state of Indiana.
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2022-02-14
Returned to the House
INHB1081Engross

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Human trafficking. Modifies the definition of "protected person" for purposes of the admission of a statement or videotape of an individual who is less than 14 years of age at the time of the offense but less than 18 years of age at the time of trial...
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2022-02-01
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INHCR0004PassA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION recognizing January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
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2022-01-06
Returned to the House
INHB1064Intro

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Associational standing for judicial review. Provides that an association or representative organization that meets certain requirements has standing to: (1) bring a declaratory judgment action as to an ordinance adopted under the planning and develop...
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2022-01-04
To House Judiciary Committee
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