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PositionBillStatusSummaryAction
#1SB0126PassedJudges and magistrates. Allows the judges of the Jefferson County circuit and superior courts to jointly appoint a magistrate to serve the Jefferson County courts. Adds a fourth judge to the superior court of Kosciusko County. Allows the judges of th...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 156
#2SB0012PassedSex offenders. Provides that, unless a court has granted a waiver, a sex offender who establishes a residence: (1) with the intent to reside at the residence; (2) within a one mile radius of the residence of the victim of the offender's sex offense; ...
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2018-03-16
Public Law 87
#3HB1240IntroducedPostjudgment interest charges. Provides that, in calculating postjudgment interest in matters where there is no contract for interest: (1) no interest is due for the first 10 business days if there is no appeal of the judgment; and (2) a reduced rate...
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2018-01-16
#4HB1422IntroducedCarrying of handgun in church. Allows a person who may legally possess a firearm to possess a firearm while attending a: (1) course of instruction; (2) religious ceremony; or (3) worship service; at a house of worship located on school property, if t...
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2018-01-16
#5SB0381PassedChildren in need of services. Provides that a child who is: (1) a victim of certain offenses; and (2) unlikely to receive necessary care, treatment, or rehabilitation without the intervention of the court; is a child in need of services. Provides tha...
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2018-03-14
Public Law 71
#6HB1001PassedSchool funding. Requires the budget agency to transfer from the K-12 state tuition reserve account to the state general fund the amount necessary to cover the K-12 state tuition distribution amount if it exceeds the appropriated amount. Limits the tr...
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2018-03-19
Public Law 135
#7HCR0048PassedA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION memorializing Dr. Kevin Rodgers.
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2018-02-21
Returned to the House
#8SR0022IntroducedA SENATE RESOLUTION memorializing former Senate Democratic intern, Jennifer Rice.
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2018-02-27
Senators Alting, Bassler, Becker, Bohacek, Boots, Bray, Breaux, Brown L, Buchanan, Buck, Charbonneau, Crane, Crider, Delph, Doriot, Eckerty, Ford, Freeman, Glick, Grooms, Head, Holdman, Houchin, Koch, Kruse, Leising, Long, Melton, Merritt, Messmer, Mishler, Mrvan, Niemeyer, Niezgodski, Perfect, Raatz, Randolph, Ruckelshaus, Sandlin, Smith J, Spartz, Stoops, Tallian, Taylor G, Tomes, Walker, Young M, Zakas, Zay added as coauthors
#9HB1203PassedQualified egg banks. Amends, for purposes of the law regarding unlawful transfer of a human organism, the definition of "qualified third party" and changes the term to "qualified egg bank". Specifies qualifications for a physician overseeing medical ...
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2018-03-15
Public Law 113
#10HCR0072PassedA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION congratulating the officers and crew of the USS Indiana (SSN 789) on the successful construction, delivery, and commissioning of the Hoosier boat to the United States Navy.
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2018-03-13
Returned to the House
#11HB1373IntroducedElection matters. Provides that the polls close at 8 p.m. (Under current law, the polls must close at 6 p.m.) Permits a voter to register at the polls by completing a voter registration form and an affirmation that the person has not voted elsewhere ...
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2018-01-16
#12SB0203PassedCrimes resulting in the loss of a fetus. Provides that the crimes of: (1) murder; (2) voluntary manslaughter; (3) involuntary manslaughter; and (4) feticide; may be committed against a fetus in any stage of development. Specifies that the offenses do...
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2018-03-25
Public Law 203
#13SB0351PassedAppraisal management companies. Provides that an appraisal management company that engages a real estate appraiser as an independent contractor as described in the statute concerning appraisal management companies to perform an appraisal shall pay th...
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2018-03-07
Public Law 15
#14HB1314PassedStudents in foster care and homeless students. Requires the state board of education to, in collaboration with the department of education (department) and the department of child services, annually prepare and submit the following: (1) A report on f...
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2018-03-21
Public Law 186
#15SR0002PassedA SENATE RESOLUTION authorizing the Postmaster of the Indiana Senate to receive from the Postmaster of the City of Indianapolis all mail belonging to the Senate.
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2017-11-21
First reading: adopted voice vote
#16SB0117IntroducedLimits on expulsions and long-term suspensions. Requires a determination that a student's school suspension or expulsion will prevent or reduce the risk of interference with an educational function or school purposes, disruption of the learning envir...
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2018-01-10
#17SJR0003IntroducedThis proposed amendment has not been previously agreed to by a general assembly.
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2018-01-03
#18SR0004PassedA SENATE RESOLUTION concerning the motor vehicle inspection and maintenance programs in Lake and Porter counties.
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2018-01-16
Senator Randolph added as coauthor
#19SB0036PassedNCSL 2020 Legislative Summit. Establishes the NCSL 2020 Legislative Summit host committee.
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2018-03-07
Public Law 6
#20SB0061IntroducedJuvenile DNA collection. Requires a juvenile court to order a child found to be a delinquent child for the commission of an act that, if committed by an adult, would be: (1) burglary; (2) residential entry; (3) a crime of violence; or (4) a sex offen...
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2018-01-03
#21SB0043PassedRacial balance levy and fund. Repeals provisions regarding the racial balance levy and the racial balance fund. Provides that any money in a school corporation's racial balance fund on January 1, 2019, must be transferred to the school corporation's ...
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2018-03-15
Public Law 88
#22SB0010EngrossedTown employees holding elected office. Provides with regard to a town that has a population of less than 2,500, that a town employee may: (1) serve on the town board; and (2) may not participate in a vote on the town's budget and tax levies.
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2018-02-06
#23SB0039IntroducedVehicle Bill. None
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2018-01-03
#24SB0081IntroducedVehicle Bill. None
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2018-01-03
#25SB0045IntroducedVehicle Bill. None
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2018-01-03
#26SB0110IntroducedCounting absentee ballots. Repeals the statute that requires Marion County to count absentee ballots at a central location.
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2018-01-03
#27SB0053IntroducedVehicle Bill. None
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2018-01-03
#28SB0107IntroducedINSPECT registration for dispensers of controlled substances. Requires certain registered dispensers of controlled substances to be registered with the INSPECT program.
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2018-01-11
#29SB0030IntroducedChild care home application notice and comment. Requires the division of family resources to provide to the plan commission that has jurisdiction notice and opportunity to comment on a residential child care home licensure application.
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2018-01-03
#30SB0019IntroducedOperation of off-road vehicles. Exempts the following individuals from the requirement of wearing a helmet while operating or riding on an off-road vehicle if the off-road vehicle is equipped with a roll cage: (1) An individual at least eight years o...
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2018-01-08
#31SB0140EngrossedMaintaining a common nuisance. Provides a defense to the crime of maintaining a common nuisance if: (1) the location was not primarily used for specified unlawful acts; (2) the charged offense involves less than a specified quantity of marijuana, has...
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2018-02-12
#32SB0009PassedResidence of individual in state institution. Provides that an individual committed to an institution for individuals with a mental illness may state either of the following, but not both, as the individual's residence for purposes of voting: (1) The...
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2018-03-07
Public Law 3
#33SB0137EngrossedAccess to employee restrooms. Provides that if a retail establishment has a restroom facility on its premises for the use of the retail establishment's employees, a customer who suffers from an eligible medical condition must, upon request, be allowe...
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2018-02-26
Amendment #1 (Bacon) prevailed; voice vote
#34SB0032IntroducedRedevelopment commissioners. Requires a municipal or county redevelopment commissioner (commissioner) to reside within the commission's jurisdictional area instead of the municipality or county. Allows a commissioner of a municipal or county redevelo...
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2018-01-03
#35SB0165PassedTownship board terms of office. Provides for the staggering of the terms of the members of township boards (other than township boards in Marion County) beginning with the 2022 general election. Establishes a process for filling vacancies and resolvi...
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2018-03-07
Public Law 10
#36SR0003PassedA SENATE RESOLUTION concerning signage at major points of entry to Indiana to encourage people from border states to live and work in Indiana.
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2018-02-01
Second reading: adopted voice vote
#37SB0115IntroducedTax credit for teachers' classroom supplies. Increases the income tax credit for an individual employed as a teacher for amounts expended on classroom supplies from $100 to $500 per taxable year.
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2018-01-08
#38SB0103IntroducedEnglish as official language. Encourages Indiana residents to promote the use and mastery of the English language by all Indiana residents. Provides that the state's official language, English, must be used for each public record, each public meeting...
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2018-01-03
#39SB0037IntroducedVehicle Bill. None
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2018-01-03
#40SB0161EngrossedSpay-neuter grant program. Provides for the state board of animal health (board) to administer forfeited deposits held by animal care facilities for spay-neuter procedures. (Current law provides for the bureau of motor vehicles to administer the forf...
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2018-02-12
#41SB0033EngrossedHouses of worship and firearms. Permits a person who may legally possess a firearm to possess a firearm on school property, unless prohibited by the house of worship, if the person possesses the firearm: (1) as an employee or volunteer of a house of ...
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2018-02-22
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
#42SB0008EngrossedSchool curriculum. Requires each school corporation, charter school, and accredited nonpublic elementary school to include cursive writing in its curriculum.
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2018-02-06
#43SB0060PassedOut of state sex or violent offenders. Provides that a failure to register as a sex or violent offender for an offense originating from another jurisdiction is a Level 5 felony in certain instances.
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2018-03-13
Public Law 44
#44SB0085IntroducedVehicle Bill. None
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2018-01-03
#45SB0005EngrossedProfiting from an adoption. Adds an exemption for the transfer or receipt of reasonable charges and fees for adoption services provided by an attorney licensed in Indiana from a profiting from an adoption offense.
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2018-02-06
#46SB0048IntroducedVehicle Bill. None
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2018-01-03
#47SJR0012IntroducedRequires the general assembly to establish a commission to draw congressional and legislative districts. This proposed amendment has not been previously agreed to by a general assembly.
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2018-01-03
#48SB0054IntroducedVehicle Bill. None
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2018-01-03
#49SB0156PassedRural utility cooperatives. Amends the statutes concerning rural telephone cooperative corporations (cooperative corporations) as follows: (1) Specifies that for purposes of the statute, a "member" of a cooperative corporation means a person admitted...
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2018-03-13
Public Law 49
#50SB0024PassedStudent possession and use of sunscreen. Provides that a student may possess and use a topical, non-aerosol sunscreen product while on school property or at a school sponsored event or activity without being required to: (1) have a physician's note o...
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2018-03-07
Public Law 5
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