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#1SB0203IntroducedPhysician maintenance of certification. Prohibits a hospital from denying hospital staff or admitting privileges to a physician or podiatrist based solely on the decision of the physician or podiatrist not to participate in maintenance of certificati...
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2019-01-16
Committee report: do pass, adopted
#2HB1117IntroducedMedicaid nursing facility services. Extends the prohibition on the office of Medicaid policy and planning from including certain Medicaid recipients who receive nursing facility services in a Medicaid risk based managed care program or a capitated ma...
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2019-01-17
#3SB0178IntroducedProperty tax exemption. Provides that a person seeking a property tax exemption for property used for a charitable purpose may file an exemption application up to 30 days after the statutory deadline if the person pays a late filing fee. Provides tha...
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2019-01-17
Senator Randolph added as coauthor
#4SB0560IntroducedVarious election law matters. Removes provisions relating to candidates for President of the United States filing ballot placement requests with the secretary of state. Provides that a candidate for President of the United States may pay a filing fee...
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2019-01-14
#5HB1245IntroducedVarious higher education matters. Changes the name of Bethel College to Bethel University and removes Saint Joseph's College with regard to the definitions of an "authorizer" of a charter school and an "approved postsecondary educational institution"...
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2019-01-17
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
#6HB1084IntroducedIdentification through surgical implants. Allows a coroner to positively identify a dead person by tracking a unique identifying number on a surgically implanted medical device in the dead person's body.
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2019-01-17
Second reading: ordered engrossed
#7HB1274IntroducedTeacher licensure. Requires the department of education to grant an initial practitioner license to an individual who: (1) holds at least a bachelor's degree or the equivalent from a postsecondary educational institution; (2) submits fingerprints and...
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2019-01-10
#8SB0595IntroducedImproper worker classification. Authorizes the department of state revenue, the department of labor, the worker's compensation board, and the department of workforce development to issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and the production of...
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2019-01-15
#9HB1004IntroducedSchool safety. Provides that the Indiana safe schools fund may not be used to provide grants to employ a school resource officer or a law enforcement officer. Provides that an Indiana secured school fund matching grant may be used to employ a law enf...
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2019-01-17
Representative Wright added as coauthor
#10SB0075IntroducedBias motivated crimes. Makes it an aggravating circumstance (for purposes of imposing a criminal sentence) that the crime was committed with the intent to harm or intimidate an individual because of certain perceived or actual characteristics of the ...
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2019-01-17
#11SB0189IntroducedEmergency communication disorder permits. Allows the department of education (department) to issue an emergency communication disorder permit to an individual to serve the needs of certain students who are eligible for speech and language services. P...
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2019-01-17
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
#12HB1397IntroducedTeacher evaluations and contracts. Removes the requirement that teacher evaluations must include objective measures of student growth as part of the evaluation. Provides that a school corporation may provide a supplemental payment to a teacher who ha...
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2019-01-16
#13HB1090IntroducedRailroad crossings. Requires a railroad corporation to inform the local law enforcement authority of a blocked railroad-highway grade crossing in certain instances.
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2019-01-17
#14HB1123IntroducedTelephone solicitation. Defines "executive officer" for purposes of the telephone solicitation law. Provides that an executive officer of a person that violates the telephone solicitation law commits a separate deceptive act actionable by the consume...
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2019-01-14
#15SB0141IntroducedOffice based opioid treatment providers. Specifies requirements that a health care provider that prescribes for a patient in an office based opioid treatment setting must meet in the treatment of the patient. Requires the medical licensing board of I...
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2019-01-17
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
#16HB1172IntroducedVirtual education. Provides that the state board of education (state board) may adopt rules regarding virtual education programs of school corporations. Requires the following: (1) A school corporation to establish and implement an onboarding process...
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2019-01-17
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
#17SJR0006IntroducedThis proposed amendment has not been previously agreed to by a general assembly.
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2019-01-03
#18HB1256IntroducedSame day registration; close of the polls. 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...
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2019-01-10
#19HCR0004PassedA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION to convene a Joint Session of the One Hundred Twenty-First General Assembly of the State of Indiana.
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2019-01-10
Returned to the House
#20HCR0003PassedA CONCURRENT RESOLUTION to convene a Joint Session of the One Hundred Twenty-First General Assembly of the State of Indiana.
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2019-01-10
Returned to the House
#21HB1559IntroducedSurrender of firearms for domestic violence crimes. Provides that a person who: (1) has been convicted of a crime of domestic violence; and (2) knowingly or intentionally possesses a firearm; commits possession of a firearm by a domestic batterer, a ...
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2019-01-17
#22SB0219IntroducedStatute of limitations. Extends the statute of limitations for a civil cause of action against a person or entity whose negligent or intentional act or omission led to the sexual abuse of a child.
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2019-01-03
#23HB1032IntroducedPolice officer and firefighter pensions. Increases from $12,000 to $18,000 the lump sum death benefit for a member of the 1925 police pension fund (1925 fund), the 1937 firefighters' pension fund (1937 fund), the 1953 police pension fund (1953 fund),...
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2019-01-17
#24SB0213IntroducedPossession of marijuana. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally possesses more than two ounces of marijuana commits the offense of possession of marijuana. (Current law provides that the offense of possession of marijuana can be for an...
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2019-01-03
#25HB1024IntroducedSafety rest areas. Requires the office of management and budget to: (1) investigate transferring maintenance responsibilities for safety rest areas from the Indiana department of transportation to the office of tourism development; and (2) report its...
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2019-01-17
#26HB1240IntroducedProperty tax relief. Permits counties, cities, and towns (including Marion County) to establish a neighborhood enhancement property tax relief program (program) to provide an assessed value deduction for longtime owner-occupants of homesteads having ...
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2019-01-17
#27HB1571IntroducedTax credit for employer provided disability plan. Provides a state income tax credit for employers that establish a group disability income protection plan for their employees.
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2019-01-17
#28HB1337IntroducedReligious motivated crimes. Provides that a person commits the offense of a religious motivated crime if the person knowingly or intentionally: (1) causes bodily injury to another person; or (2) damages the property of another person; because of the ...
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2019-01-14
#29HB1380IntroducedMedicaid reimbursement for tubal ligation study. Requires that, before August 1, 2019, the office of the secretary of family and social services (office of the secretary) study Medicaid reimbursement rates for tubal ligation procedures and sets forth...
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2019-01-17
#30HB1515IntroducedAuto dealer franchises. Provides that a manufacturer or distributor of a motor vehicle may not, as a condition of approval for the acquisition of franchise rights, require: (1) the appointment of general management chosen by the manufacturer or distr...
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2019-01-17
#31HB1572IntroducedElectronic monitoring of government contractors. Establishes requirements for software that records data and hours worked for a contractor that enters into a contract that exceeds $100,000 for professional or technical services with a state agency. P...
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2019-01-17
#32HB1568IntroducedBan on single use plastic items in restaurants. Defines "single use restaurant service article" as a plate, eating utensil, or straw made of plastic, or a glass or cup made of or lined with plastic. Provides that, after June 30, 2020, a person who: (...
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2019-01-17
#33HB1566IntroducedInnkeeper's tax. Provides that the department of state revenue (DOR) or a county treasurer may enter into an agreement with the fiscal officer of an entity responsible for the expenditure of funds from an innkeeper's tax to furnish the fiscal officer...
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2019-01-17
#34HB1555IntroducedMedicaid nonemergency medical transport. Sets forth requirements for brokers of nonemergency medical transportation under the Medicaid fee-for-service program. Establishes the nonemergency medical transportation commission (commission) and sets forth...
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2019-01-17
#35HB1021IntroducedEducation finance. Replaces references to pre-2019 school funds with references to conform to the education funding and accounting changes made by HEA 1009-2017 and HEA 1167-2018. Extends (through 2022) the ability in current law for a school corpora...
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2019-01-17
#36HB1523IntroducedProperty tax exemptions. Repeals the property tax exemption for property owned by a fraternal beneficiary association.
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2019-01-17
#37HB1536IntroducedThreats against public buildings. Provides that a person who makes a threat with the intent that another person be placed in fear that the threat will be carried out commits intimidation.
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2019-01-17
#38HB1544IntroducedMental health center appropriation allotment. Amends the allotment of county funds to community mental health centers in Marion County so that it is based on enrolled consumers in each center. (Current law requires the allotment to be based upon the ...
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2019-01-17
#39HB1546IntroducedPrior authorization and Medicaid. Specifies that the prior authorization for health care services statute applies to the risk based managed care Medicaid program.
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2019-01-17
#40HB1540IntroducedDecriminalization of marijuana. Decriminalizes possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana and makes it a Class C infraction. Specifies that the civil penalty for possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana must be at least $100 but may not exceed $2...
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2019-01-17
#41HB1524IntroducedProperty tax assessment appeals. Provides that a taxpayer may file an appeal with the Indiana board of tax review (Indiana board) within 45 days after the maximum time elapses if more than 180 days have passed since the taxpayer filed a notice of app...
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2019-01-17
#42HB1522IntroducedChildren's overnight camps. Defines "overnight camp". Provides that the division of family resources (division) shall license and monitor overnight camps, including ensuring that a national criminal history background check is completed before granti...
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2019-01-17
#43HB1539IntroducedBail. Prohibits a court from requiring an arrestee to pay bail as a condition of pretrial release, unless: (1) the court finds by clear and convincing evidence that the arrestee is a flight risk or danger to the community; (2) the arrestee is charged...
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2019-01-17
#44HB1538IntroducedRepresentation of the indigent at initial hearing. Provides that an indigent defendant has the right to consult with and be represented by counsel at the initial hearing. Provides that prior to conducting the initial hearing, if the judicial officer ...
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2019-01-17
#45HB1519IntroducedCapture of sales tax on water. Permits certain units to establish a water infrastructure area (tax area) to capture sales tax within the tax area to be used for repairing or replacing lead water systems used to provide water service to the public. Re...
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2019-01-17
#46HB1534IntroducedHome detention and credit time. Eliminates the provision that awards one day of good time credit for every four days of time served on pretrial home detention. Eliminates the provision that prohibits a person from being reassigned to a different cred...
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2019-01-17
#47HB1528IntroducedFunding for law enforcement academy. Increases the insurance premiums tax from 1.3% to 1.35%. Transfers the money received from the increase in the tax to the law enforcement academy fund (fund). Amends the fund provisions to allow the law enforcemen...
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2019-01-17
#48HB1554IntroducedPerforming arts center admissions tax. Authorizes counties that: (1) have a population of less than 15,500; and (2) own an indoor performing arts center with a seating capacity of at least 2,000 patrons; to impose a $1 admissions tax upon admissions ...
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2019-01-17
#49HB1562IntroducedCancellation of property taxes. Eliminates provisions that maintain a taxpayer's personal liability for property taxes, special assessments, fees, penalties, or other delinquencies after the department of local government finance has canceled those p...
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2019-01-17
#50HB1548IntroducedMedicaid managed care matters. Establishes the joint commission on Medicaid oversight with the authority to meet throughout the year. Sets forth responsibilities of the commission. Repeals a statute specifying that Medicaid laws, with respect to mana...
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2019-01-17
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