Prepared by: Maria Dowers
E-mail: mdowers@indiana.bank
Report created on July 13, 2024
 
HB1001STATE BUDGET. (THOMPSON J) Appropriates money for capital expenditures, the operation of the state, K-12 and higher education, the delivery of Medicaid and other services, and various other distributions and purposes. Requires a researcher to execute a data sharing agreement that is approved by the management performance hub to receive access to confidential records. Provides that the auditor of state is also known as the state comptroller. Provides that, after June 30, 2023, the auditor of state shall use the title "state comptroller" in conducting state business, in all contracts, on business cards, on stationery, and with other means of communication as necessary. Establishes the attorney general contingency fee fund. Establishes the: (1) state opioid settlement fund; and (2) local opioid settlement fund; into which funds received from opioid litigation settlements must be deposited. Provides that the office of the inspector general shall provide informal advisory opinions and that the opinions are confidential. Allows the budget committee to submit the budget report and budget bill or bills to the governor on or before the second Monday of January, or the third Monday of January in the year in which a gubernatorial election is held (instead of before that date). Requires the state personnel department to require a contractor, when contracting for health care coverage for state employees, to use value based coverage. Repeals a provision that makes a state general fund appropriation to the board of trustees of the Indiana public retirement system if the money available in the special death benefits fund is insufficient to pay death benefit claims. Allows the Indiana economic development corporation (IEDC) to certify an applicable tax credit that exceeds the maximum allowable amount after review by the budget committee. Provides that the regional economic acceleration and development initiative program expires June 30, 2026. Specifies that the county or municipality that did not approve the relocation of an outdoor advertising sign is responsible for compensation of the taking of the outdoor advertising sign. Provides that an owner may relocate an outdoor advertising sign that is subject to a pending eminent domain action. Allows an individual to claim an increased exemption amount for a dependent child in the first year in which the exemption amount may be claimed for the child. Reduces the individual income tax rate to 2.9% by 2027 and eliminates all trigger provisions in current law. Establishes the regional public safety training fund. Repeals provisions relating to the establishment of the: (1) Indiana homeland security foundation; (2) Indiana homeland security fund; and (3) fire training infrastructure fund. Allows certain members of the public employees' retirement fund or Indiana state teachers' retirement fund to file an election to begin receiving retirement benefits while holding a position. Changes the state police pre-1987 benefit and supplemental pension benefit calculation from being based on the sixth year of service to the fourth year of service. Repeals the public mass transportation fund. Repeals the financial responsibility compliance verification fund. Changes the number of years of service on which the salary matrix for state police employees is based to 15 years (instead of 20 years). Requires the department of correction to deposit the amount appropriated for the county misdemeanant fund by a county's multiplier. Requires the office of Medicaid policy and planning (office) to: (1) develop a schedule for the review of Medicaid reimbursement rates; and (2) provide a copy of the schedule to the budget committee; not later than November 1, 2023. Creates the residential water testing fund to test the water supply of an individual property owner of an eligible township. Requires the director of the state personnel department to submit a revision or adjustment to a pay plan developed for state employees to the state budget committee for review before the revision may take effect. Provides that the general assembly shall convene: (1) on the second Tuesday after the first Monday in June for the first regular technical session; and (2) on the second Tuesday after the first Monday in May for the second regular technical session. Provides that a technical session is not required to convene if the president pro tempore and the speaker jointly issue an order that convening is not necessary. Requires the general assembly to convene no later than the fourth Monday in January after organization day. Repeals provisions relating to emergency sessions and makes conforming amendments. Recouples the state earned income tax credit qualifications with the federal earned income tax credit qualifications under the Internal Revenue Code as in effect January 1, 2023. Requires a contractor that provides tangible personal property incorporated into real property in a project located in an innovation development district to maintain records of all state gross retail and use tax paid or collected during a state fiscal year. Adds state adjusted gross income taxes paid by an individual who is not an employee with respect to income received for services performed in an innovation development district for purposes of calculating income tax incremental amounts. Establishes the commission on improving the status of children fund to support the staffing and operations of the commission. Provides that a part of state user fees shall be deposited in the Indiana secured school fund. Repeals the distribution schedule for appropriations made for certain child development programs. Requires the department of local government finance to prepare an annual report and abstract concerning property tax data (instead of the auditor of state). Deletes reimbursement rate parameters for reimbursement of managed care organizations under the healthy Indiana plan. Extends the sunset of the collection of hospital assessment fees and health facility quality assessment fees from June 30, 2023, to June 30, 2025. Increases the total number of adult learner students at the Excel Centers for Adult Learners and Christel House DORS centers for whom the school may receive state funding. Establishes the Indiana education scholarship account donation fund to accept donations for administration of the Indiana education scholarship account program. Repeals the special education fund. Establishes a state tax credit for a taxpayer that makes certain qualified child care expenditures in providing child care to the taxpayer's employees. Extends provisions for the gasoline tax and the special fuel tax rates. Amends a statute concerning powers and duties of a regional water, sewage, or solid waste district established under prior law. Extends the sunset for the invasive species council and fund from July 1, 2023, to July 1, 2031. Prohibits school corporations and charter schools from charging a fee for curricular materials to students. Provides that the parent of a student or an emancipated minor who attends an accredited nonpublic school and who meets financial eligibility requirements may request reimbursement of fees charged for curricular materials. Establishes the curricular materials fund. Requires a county auditor to distribute a portion of revenue received from an operations fund levy imposed by a school corporation located in certain counties to certain charter schools (excludes school corporations that are designated as a dist
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 201
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/28/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 538: yeas 39, nays 10; Rules Suspended
4/28/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 565: yeas 70, nays 27; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/27/2023 - Conferee Added Senator Garten
4/27/2023 - Conferee Dropped Representative Porter
4/27/2023 - Advisor Dropped Representative Cherry
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/19/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Qaddoura, Niezgodski, Garten, Bassler, Holdman, Charbonneau and Busch
4/19/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Mishler and Melton
4/19/2023 - House Advisors appointed Jordan, Cherry, Mayfield, Heaton, Snow, Clere, Slager, Heine, DeLaney, Harris, Pryor and Judy
4/19/2023 - House Conferees appointed Thompson and Porter
4/19/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 455: yeas 40, nays 10
4/18/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/17/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Melton
4/17/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Holdman
4/17/2023 - Amendment #54 (Pol) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/17/2023 - Amendment #80 (Breaux) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #78 (Breaux) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #70 (Randolph Lonnie M) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #71 (Randolph Lonnie M) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #69 (Randolph Lonnie M) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #58 (Hunley) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #46 (Qaddoura) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #45 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 417: yeas 10, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #44 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 416: yeas 10, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #27 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 406: yeas 10, nays 39
4/17/2023 - Amendment #41 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 415: yeas 10, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #38 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 414: yeas 12, nays 36
4/17/2023 - Amendment #37 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 413: yeas 10, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #36 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 412: yeas 10, nays 39
4/17/2023 - Amendment #35 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 411: yeas 10, nays 39
4/17/2023 - Amendment #33 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 410: yeas 11, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #31 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 409: yeas 11, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #30 (Qaddoura) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #29 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 408: yeas 11, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #28 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 407: yeas 11, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #24 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 405: yeas 11, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #22 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 404: yeas 10, nays 39
4/17/2023 - Amendment #84 (Niezgodski) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #49 (Niezgodski) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #55 (Pol) failed; Roll Call 403: yeas 12, nays 37
4/17/2023 - Amendment #54 (Pol) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #56 (Pol) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #20 (Yoder) failed; Roll Call 402: yeas 13, nays 36
4/17/2023 - Amendment #19 (Yoder) failed; Roll Call 401: yeas 12, nays 37
4/17/2023 - Amendment #17 (Ford J.D.) failed; Roll Call 400: yeas 15, nays 34
4/17/2023 - Amendment #16 (Ford J.D.) failed; Roll Call 399: yeas 10, nays 39
4/17/2023 - Amendment #13 (Ford J.D.) failed; Roll Call 398: yeas 11, nays 38
4/17/2023 - Amendment #12 (Ford J.D.) failed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #1 (Walker G) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #67 (Messmer) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #4 (Holdman) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #60 (Freeman) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #72 (Bohacek) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #74 (Mishler) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/13/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/13/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 2
4/13/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/30/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Appropriations
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/23/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Mishler and Garten
2/23/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 234: yeas 66, nays 29
2/23/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/22/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/22/2023 - Amendment #11 (GiaQuinta) failed; Roll Call 205: yeas 26, nays 61
2/22/2023 - Amendment #16 (DeLaney) ruled out of order
2/22/2023 - Amendment #12 (Hamilton) prevailed; voice vote
2/22/2023 - Amendment #13 (Pryor) prevailed; voice vote
2/22/2023 - Amendment #2 (Sweet) prevailed; Roll Call 204: yeas 53, nays 34
2/22/2023 - Amendment #14 (Porter) failed; Roll Call 203: yeas 28, nays 62
2/22/2023 - Amendment #3 (Thompson) prevailed; voice vote
2/22/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/20/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/20/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 14; Nays: 5
2/20/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/9/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives Porter and Cherry
1/12/2023 - Authored By Jeffrey Thompson
 
HB1002EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. (GOODRICH C) Establishes the: (1) career scholarship account program (CSA program); (2) career scholarship account program fund; (3) career scholarship account administration fund; (4) career scholarship account donation fund; (5) connecting students with careers fund; (6) teacher higher education and industry collaboration grant program and fund; (7) career coaching grant fund; and (8) intermediary capacity building fund. Provides that the department of education (department), in consultation with the commission for higher education (commission), shall designate and approve a course sequence, career course, modern youth apprenticeship, apprenticeship, or program of study for grants under the CSA program. Provides for revocation of the approval if the sequence, course, modern youth apprenticeship, apprenticeship, or program of study fails to achieve an adequate outcome, as determined by the department, in consultation with the commission. Establishes eligibility requirements to participate in the CSA program. Provides that the commission may approve participating entities that meet certain requirements to participate in the CSA program. Provides that grant amounts that career scholarship students receive are not included in adjusted gross income for tax purposes. Provides that, beginning July 1, 2024, certain school corporations shall include instruction for all students regarding career awareness. Provides that the state board of education (state board), in consultation with the commission, shall create certain standards for a career awareness course. Requires the department to collect and aggregate certain data. Requires the department to publish on the department's website a list of skill competencies identified by certain approved participating entities. Requires the state board, in consultation with the department, to establish new high school diploma requirements. Removes a provision that provides that a student who satisfies an Indiana diploma with a Core 40 with academic honors designation through a certain alternative course shall not count toward a school's honor designation award. Requires the commission to create a list of approved intermediaries, employers, and labor organizations. Requires certain high school and college students to meet with an approved postsecondary educational institution, an intermediary, an employer, or a labor organization. Requires certain committed offenders to meet with an intermediary, employer, or labor organization. Provides that during each school year, a public high school must hold at least one career fair during regular school hours. Amends requirements for certification of qualified education programs by INvestED Indiana. Repeals certain provisions in law regarding a comprehensive navigation and coaching system and career coaching grant fund and requires the commission to: (1) develop and implement a comprehensive career navigation and coaching system for Indiana; and (2) award grants from the career coaching grant fund to certain eligible entities to establish or implement comprehensive career navigation and coaching systems. Provides that the department shall approve career coaching providers for the purpose of eligibility for a career coaching grant. Provides that the commission shall receive, distribute, and account for all funds received for career and technical education under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Act. Requires the department to establish and maintain an online platform that allows teachers to access and share information regarding connecting daily classroom lessons with innovations in workplace practices and postsecondary education research. Repeals provisions relating to the industry collaboration certification program. Repeals and replaces a definition of "participating entity" with "ESA participating entity".
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 202
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) (35-15)
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 558: yeas 74, nays 23; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/27/2023 - Conferee Added Senator Buchanan
4/27/2023 - Conferee Dropped Senator Hunley
4/27/2023 - Advisor Dropped Representative Davis
4/20/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Ford J.D. and Garten
4/20/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Raatz and Hunley
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/19/2023 - House Advisors appointed Huston, Behning, Davis, McNamara, Klinker, Pfaff and Smith V
4/19/2023 - House Conferees appointed Goodrich and DeLaney
4/19/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 430: yeas 41, nays 9
4/18/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/17/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/17/2023 - Amendment #1 (Raatz) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/13/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/13/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 3
4/13/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
4/5/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 5
4/5/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/29/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Rogers
2/28/2023 - Referred to Committee on Education and Career Development
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/22/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/21/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Raatz and Garten
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 172: yeas 70, nays 25
2/21/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - Amendment #3 (DeLaney) failed; Roll Call 161: yeas 28, nays 67
2/20/2023 - Amendment #2 (DeLaney) failed; Roll Call 160: yeas 28, nays 67
2/20/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - Amendment #6 (Pfaff) failed; voice vote
2/20/2023 - Amendment #4 (DeLaney) prevailed; voice vote
2/20/2023 - Amendment #8 (Smith V) failed; voice vote
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 15; Nays: 7
2/15/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/2/2023 - Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/1/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 4
2/1/2023 - House Education, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/18/2023 - House Education, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Education
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives Behning, Davis, McNamara
1/12/2023 - Authored By Chuck Goodrich
 
HB1005HOUSING. (MILLER D) Establishes the residential housing infrastructure assistance program (program) and residential housing infrastructure assistance revolving fund (fund). Provides that the Indiana finance authority (authority) shall administer the fund and program. Provides that political subdivisions may apply to the fund for loans for certain infrastructure projects related to the development of residential housing. Provides that money in the fund may not be used for: (1) debt repayment; (2) maintenance and repair projects; (3) upgrading utility poles; or (4) consulting or engineering fees for studies, reports, designs, or analyses. Provides that loans from the fund must be allocated as follows: (1) 70% of the money in the fund must be used for housing infrastructure in municipalities with a population of less than 50,000. (2) 30% of the money in the fund must be used for housing infrastructure in all other political subdivisions. Requires the authority to establish a project prioritization system for the purpose of awarding loans from the fund, and specifies the criteria that must be included in the project prioritization system. Allows the authority to establish a leveraged loan program to or for the benefit of program participants. Requires the public finance director to prepare an annual report of the fund's activities for the legislative council and the budget committee. Provides that the fiscal body of a county may adopt an ordinance to designate an economic development target area. Removes the threshold conditions for establishing a residential housing development program and a tax increment allocation area for the program, including the condition that the governing body of each school corporation affected by the program pass a resolution approving the program before the program may go into effect. Changes the duration of a residential housing development program from 25 years (under current law) to 20 years after the date on which the first obligation for program is incurred. Makes a continuing appropriation.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 204
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 487: yeas 71, nays 23
4/24/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 301: yeas 32, nays 16
4/4/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Randolph
4/3/2023 - Amendment #4 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 285: yeas 9, nays 39
4/3/2023 - Amendment #2 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 284: yeas 11, nays 37
4/3/2023 - Amendment #1 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 283: yeas 13, nays 34
4/3/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - Amendment #5 (Rogers) prevailed; voice vote
4/3/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - added as cosponsors Senators Ford Jon and Charbonneau
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/30/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended DO PASS AMEND Yeas: 10; Nays: 1
3/30/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/16/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Raatz
2/23/2023 - Referred to Senate Appropriations
2/23/2023 - First Reading
2/7/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Rogers and Garten
2/7/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 82: yeas 91, nays 6
2/7/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/1/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 18; Nays: 0
2/1/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/26/2023 - Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
1/26/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/24/2023 - added as coauthor Representative DeLaney
1/24/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
1/24/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives O'Brien and Hall
1/12/2023 - Authored By Doug Miller
 
HB1007ELECTRIC UTILITY SERVICE. (SOLIDAY E) Provides that it is the continuing policy of the state that decisions concerning Indiana's electric generation resource mix, energy infrastructure, and electric service ratemaking constructs must take into account the following attributes of electric utility service: (1) Reliability. (2) Affordability. (3) Resiliency. (4) Stability. (5) Environmental sustainability. Requires the Indiana utility regulatory commission (IURC) to take each of these attributes into account when: (1) reviewing, and preparing a final director's report for, an integrated resource plan submitted by an electric utility; (2) acting upon a petition for the construction, purchase, or lease of an electric generation facility; and (3) reviewing whether the public convenience and necessity continues to require the completion of an electric generation facility under construction. Requires the IURC to commence before September 1, 2023, a comprehensive study to consider the appropriate: (1) design and framework for; and (2) requirements with respect to; performance based ratemaking for investor-owned electricity suppliers. Sets forth certain topics that the IURC shall consider and evaluate in conducting the required study. Requires the IURC to include in its annual report that is due before October 1, 2025, a report containing the IURC's analysis and recommendations on the specified topics. Provides that the report must contain recommendations, supported by sufficient data and analysis from the IURC's study, with respect to the appropriate: (1) design and framework for; and (2) requirements with respect to; performance based ratemaking for electricity suppliers, so as to enable the general assembly to fully evaluate the impact of performance based ratemaking on all classes of ratepayers, while considering the five attributes of electric utility service set forth as state policy in the bill. Amends the statute governing reliability adequacy metrics for certain electric utilities ("public utilities" under the statute) as follows: (1) Defines the terms: (A) "fall unforced capacity", or "fall UCAP"; and (B) "spring unforced capacity", or "spring UCAP"; for purposes of the prescribed reliability adequacy metrics. (2) Reduces to 15% the 30% limit (under current law) for a public utility's summer or winter unforced capacity (UCAP) that the public utility is authorized to acquire from capacity markets, for purposes of the reliability adequacy metrics included in a resource planning report (report) submitted to the IURC after June 30, 2023. (3) Provides that the reliability metrics included in a report submitted to the IURC after June 30, 2026, must include specified information concerning a public utility's ability to meet its spring UCAP and fall UCAP. (4) Provides that if, after reviewing a public utility's report, the IURC is not satisfied that the public utility can: (A) provide reliable electric service to its Indiana customers; or (B) either: (i) satisfy both its planning reserve margin requirement or other federal reliability requirements and the reliability adequacy metrics set forth in the bill; or (ii) provide sufficient reason as to why it is unable to satisfy both its planning reserve margin requirement or other federal reliability requirements and the reliability adequacy metrics set forth in the bill; the IURC may conduct an investigation into the matter. (Current law does not require the IURC to consider whether the public utility can provide sufficient reason as to its inability to satisfy both its planning reserve margin requirement or other federal reliability requirements and the reliability adequacy metrics set forth in the bill.) (5) Requires the IURC to include in its 2025 annual report its analysis regarding the appropriate percentage or portion of: (A) total spring UCAP; and (B) total fall UCAP; that public utilities should be authorized to acquire from capacity markets.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 55
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/6/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/28/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 318: yeas 93, nays 2
3/28/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
3/27/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/21/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
3/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 227: yeas 48, nays 0
3/20/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/13/2023 - added as cosponsors Senators Leising and Byrne
3/13/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Donato
3/13/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Zay
3/13/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/9/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
3/9/2023 - Senate Utilities, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/23/2023 - Referred to Senate Utilities
2/23/2023 - First Reading
1/31/2023 - Referred to Senate
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Frye
1/30/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Koch
1/30/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 37: yeas 96, nays 1
1/30/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
1/26/2023 - Amendment #2 (Pierce) failed; Roll Call 34: yeas 30, nays 61
1/26/2023 - Amendment #1 (Errington) failed; Roll Call 33: yeas 27, nays 64
1/26/2023 - Amendment #3 (Pryor) failed; Roll Call 32: yeas 28, nays 63
1/26/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/26/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/24/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/24/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
1/24/2023 - House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives Jeter and Negele
1/12/2023 - Authored By Edmond Soliday
 
HB1008PENSION INVESTMENTS. (MANNING E) Specifies certain entities, actions taken, or factors considered to which the ESG commitment provisions do not apply. Provides that if the treasurer of state concludes that the service provider has made an ESG commitment, the treasurer of state shall provide the name of the service provider and research supporting the conclusion to the board of trustees of the Indiana public retirement system (board). Prohibits the board from making an investment decision with the purpose of influencing any social or environmental policy or attempting to influence the governance of any corporation for nonfinancial purposes. Prohibits the Indiana public retirement system (system) from making an ESG commitment with respect to system assets. Provides that in making and supervising investments of the system, the board shall discharge its duties solely in the financial interest of the participants and beneficiaries of the system for the exclusive purposes of providing financial benefits to participants and beneficiaries and defraying reasonable expenses of administering the system. Provides that the board, in accordance with certain fiduciary duties, shall make investment decisions with the primary purpose of maximizing the target rate of return on the board's investments. Prohibits the board from entering a contract or modifying, amending, or continuing a contract with a service provider that has made an ESG commitment unless taking the action violates the board's fiduciary duty to the system's participants and beneficiaries. Requires the board to continue contracting with a service provider that has made an ESG commitment if the board determines that there is not a comparable service provider to replace the service provider. Requires the board to, at least annually, tabulate and report all proxy votes made by a service provider that is not a private market fund in relation to the administration of the system. Specifies certain persons and entities that are immune from civil liability and entitled to indemnification. Requires the board to: (1) ensure that reasonable efforts are made during the due diligence process before an investment is made and in monitoring investments in the public employees' defined contribution plan, an annuity savings account for the public employees' retirement fund or the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund, the teachers' defined contribution plan, the legislators' defined contribution plan, and a private market fund to determine whether any investments would violate the requirement that the board discharge its duties solely in the financial interest of the participants and beneficiaries of the system; and (2) take appropriate action, if necessary, consistent with the board's fiduciary duties. Defines terms and makes conforming amendments.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 206
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 488: yeas 66, nays 29
4/24/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/13/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 382: yeas 38, nays 9
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/11/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/11/2023 - Amendment #1 (Holdman) prevailed; voice vote
4/11/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Crane
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas 7; Nays 3
4/5/2023 - Senate Pensions and Labor, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Rogers
3/1/2023 - Referred to Senate Pensions and Labor
3/1/2023 - First Reading
2/28/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/27/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Holdman, Koch, Busch
2/27/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Busch
2/27/2023 - removed as third sponsor Senator Brown L
2/27/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Koch
2/27/2023 - removed as second sponsor Senator Garten
2/27/2023 - added as sponsor Senator Holdman
2/27/2023 - removed as sponsor Senator Charbonneau
2/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 238: yeas 66, nays 30
2/27/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Wesco
2/27/2023 - Rule 105.1 suspended
2/27/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Charbonneau, Garten, Brown L
2/27/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/23/2023 - Amendment #10 (Hatfield) failed; Roll Call 216: yeas 29, nays 63
2/23/2023 - Amendment #7 (Johnson) failed; Roll Call 214: yeas 29, nays 66
2/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/23/2023 - Amendment #9 (DeLaney) ruled out of order
2/23/2023 - Amendment #8 (DeLaney) failed; Roll Call 215: yeas 29, nays 66
2/23/2023 - Amendment #4 (Bauer M) failed; Roll Call 213: yeas 28, nays 66
2/23/2023 - Amendment #2 (Gore) failed; Roll Call 212: yeas 29, nays 66
2/23/2023 - Amendment #1 (Harris) failed; Roll Call 211: yeas 29, nays 66
2/23/2023 - Amendment #6 (Johnson) failed; Roll Call 210: yeas 29, nays 64
2/23/2023 - Amendment #3 (Gore) failed; Roll Call 209: yeas 29, nays 66
2/23/2023 - Amendment #5 (Hatfield) failed; Roll Call 208: yeas 29, nays 65
2/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/21/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/21/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 15; Nays: 8
2/21/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/2/2023 - Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/2/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 4
2/2/2023 - House Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/26/2023 - House Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Financial Institutions
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives Speedy and Lindauer
1/12/2023 - Authored By Ethan Manning
 
HB1021VARIOUS CRIMINAL LAW MATTERS. (TORR J) Amends the definition of "emergency medical services provider" for the offense of battery to include a staff member in the emergency department of a hospital. Specifies that the enhancement for battery committed on a public safety official does not apply if the person who commits the offense is detained or committed under the involuntary commitment statute. Provides that the employee of a court or law enforcement agency who warns the subject of a warrant of the existence of the warrant with the intent to interfere with the execution of the warrant commits obstruction of justice. Adds "fondling" to the crime of sexual misconduct with a service provider.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 209
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 506: yeas 49, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 523: yeas 88, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action Rule 86(m)
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/24/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Holdman and Pol
4/24/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Rogers and Randolph Lonnie M
4/24/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - House Advisors appointed Goodrich, Teshka and Miller K
4/18/2023 - House Conferees appointed Torr and Campbell
4/17/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/17/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/13/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 383: yeas 47, nays 0
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/11/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/11/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Koch
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Holdman, Baldwin, Randolph Lonnie M
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 114: yeas 95, nays 0
2/14/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
2/8/2023 - House Insurance, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/9/2023 - Referred to House Insurance
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Jerry Torr
 
HB1041STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTS. (LEHMAN M) Provides that the state board of accounts (SBOA) is designated as the independent external auditor of audited entities and is subject to applicable professional accounting standards. Requires annual reports to be prepared, verified, and filed with the state examiner as set forth in the uniform compliance guidelines. Requires all appointments of field examiners be made solely upon the ground of fitness in accordance with professional accounting and auditing standards. Provides that if an examination of an audited entity is unable to be performed because the audited entity's accounts, records, files, or reports are not properly maintained or reconciled, the audited entity may be declared to be unauditable. Provides that an audited entity that is declared unauditable shall bring its accounts, records, files, or reports into an auditable condition within 90 days. Requires the SBOA to publish a list of audited entities declared unauditable on its website. Revises conditions under which the state examiner may undertake an examination based on a violation of the law. Requires the SBOA to approve a request by an audited entity to opt out of examinations and engage a certified public accountant to conduct examinations if, within the last six years, the SBOA has not issued an examination or special investigation report critical of the audited entity's internal controls and there have been no adverse reports. Provides that the SBOA may terminate its approval of the use of a certified public accountant if certain requirements are not met. Revises the provision regarding field examiner traveling expenses. Makes changes to certain reporting, resolution, and disclosure requirements. Simplifies the provision regarding parties and a plaintiff's right of recovery. Removes provisions regarding additional powers of the state examiner and attorney general. Provides that if the attorney general brings an action against an official bond, official bonds, or a crime insurance policy, the cause may be brought in the name of the state of Indiana upon the relation of the attorney general as plaintiff. Repeals a provision regarding the withdrawal or removal of counties from solid waste management districts. Repeals a provision regarding bonds and crime policies for faithful performance. Repeals a provision regarding examination reports, requisites, performance of public works, and SBOA powers. Repeals a provision regarding copies of reports filed with libraries, public inspections, and request renewals. Makes technical and conforming changes.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 59
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/18/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/6/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 370: yeas 89, nays 0
4/6/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/4/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/30/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 277: yeas 47, nays 0
3/30/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/28/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Gaskill
3/28/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/28/2023 - Amendment #2 (Bassler) prevailed; voice vote
3/28/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/27/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/14/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/14/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
3/14/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/23/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
2/23/2023 - First Reading
1/24/2023 - Referred to Senate
1/23/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Bassler
1/23/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 17: yeas 98, nays 0
1/23/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
1/19/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
1/19/2023 - Amendment #1 (Lehman) prevailed; voice vote
1/19/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/17/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Miller D and Negele
1/17/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/17/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
1/17/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/9/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Porter
1/9/2023 - Authored By Matt Lehman
 
HB1050VARIOUS MOTOR VEHICLE MATTERS. (PRESSEL J) Adds an exception to the disposition of surplus personal property by a governmental body. Expands the definition of "alternative fuel" to include hydrogen, hythane, electricity, or any other fuel used to propel a motor vehicle on a highway that is not subject to certain taxes. Provides for the taxation of motor carriers using alternative fuels other than butane or propane. Provides that a carrier subject to certain imposed motor vehicle taxes is exempt from submitting to the department of state revenue (department) quarterly reports of the operations of commercial motor vehicles giving rise to the carrier's tax liability as the department may require under certain circumstances. Provides that a carrier that is exempt from the quarterly reporting requirements: (1) must continue to file a quarterly return to obtain a promotional use credit; (2) is required to keep books and records; and (3) is exempt from certain requirements regarding an annual permit, a cab card, and an emblem. Provides that a person who is living in Indiana and has been granted parole is included in the definition of "Indiana resident". Defines "lawful status". Repeals the term "credential". Defines "physical credential". Provides that the bureau of motor vehicles (bureau) may issue a driver's license, permit, or identification card to certain individuals granted parole in the United States under 8 U.S.C. 1182(d)(5). Provides that the bureau may issue rules, including emergency rules, to provide a driver's license, permit, or identification card to certain individuals granted parole, as well as registrations and certificates of title for motor vehicles of certain individuals granted parole. Provides for when a credential issued by the bureau must be in the form of a physical credential or a mobile credential. Provides for the form of the mobile credential. Provides that, beginning July 1, 2023, and each year thereafter, the bureau is required to provide the executive director of the legislative services agency the name of a special group for whom: (1) 10 years have elapsed since the special group was admitted into the special group recognition license plate program; or (2) 10 years have elapsed since the previous review of the special group by the interim study committee on roads and transportation. Provides that if a special group was subject to a decennial review before July 1, 2023, then the next review occurs in the year which is a multiple of 10 years after the year of the special group's admittance to the special group recognition license plate program. Prohibits a consolidated city from installing a sign prohibiting a turn at a steady red signal. Specifies the calculation for the amount of the supplemental fee for hybrid and electric vehicles. Requires a person who drives a vehicle approaching a disabled stationary vehicle with flashing hazard warning signals to do either of the following, while proceeding with due caution: (1) Yield the right-of-way by making a lane change into a lane not adjacent to that of the disabled stationary vehicle, if possible with due regard to safety and traffic conditions, if on a highway having at least four lanes with not less than two lanes proceeding in the same direction as the approaching vehicle. (2) Reduce the speed of the vehicle to a speed at least 10 miles per hour less than the posted speed limit, maintaining a safe speed for road conditions, if changing lanes would be impossible or unsafe. Provides that a person who does not yield the right-of-way or reduce the speed of the person's vehicle commits a Class B infraction. Provides that the term "driver training school" does not include a business enterprise that educates or trains a person or prepares a person to operate a commercial motor vehicle. Allows a driver training school to administer a driving skills test to an individual who holds a valid learner's permit. Provides that certain entities are immune from civil liability for an act or omission occurring during a motorcycle operator safety course that results in an injury or property damage. Provides that administrative procedures of the bureau do not apply to a hearing requested by a nonresident regarding the suspension of the driving privileges of the nonresident for failure to meet the terms of a citation. Provides that a document preparation fee that is less than $200 is permitted and does not constitute an unfair practice. Provides civil immunity for a dealer in an action regarding the resale of a buyback vehicle if the dealer had a reasonable good faith belief the vehicle was not a buyback vehicle. Provides for the process for suspending the Indiana driving privileges of a minor who is an Indiana resident for failing to appear or answer a traffic summons. Makes conforming changes.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 211
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 523: yeas 42, nays 8; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 540: yeas 77, nays 16; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/27/2023 - Conferee Added Senator Charbonneau
4/27/2023 - Conferee Dropped Senator Ford J.D
4/27/2023 - Advisor Dropped Senator Charbonneau
4/24/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/20/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Hunley and Charbonneau
4/20/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Crider and Ford J.D
4/18/2023 - House Advisors appointed Haggard, Patterson, Criswell and Harris
4/18/2023 - House Conferees appointed Pressel and DeLaney
4/18/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 419: yeas 41, nays 8
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/13/2023 - Amendment #6 (Freeman) prevailed; voice vote
4/13/2023 - Amendment #5 (Freeman) prevailed; voice vote
4/13/2023 - Amendment #7 (Koch) prevailed; voice vote
4/13/2023 - Amendment #3 (Zay) prevailed; voice vote
4/13/2023 - Amendment #2 (Leising) prevailed; voice vote
4/13/2023 - Amendment #4 (Crider) prevailed; voice vote
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/6/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
4/6/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/27/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Randolph
3/23/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Charbonneau
3/23/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
3/14/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 1
3/14/2023 - Senate Homeland Security & Transportation, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to Committee on Homeland Security and Transportation
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/20/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Crider
2/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 152: yeas 92, nays 5
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Cherry
2/14/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/13/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 22; Nays: 0
2/13/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
2/7/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/7/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
2/7/2023 - House Roads and Transportation, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/31/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Lehman and DeLaney
1/31/2023 - House Roads and Transportation, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/9/2023 - Referred to House Roads and Transportation
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Jim Pressel
 
HB1106MINE RECLAMATION TAX CREDIT. (LINDAUER S) Provides a mine reclamation tax credit (credit), retroactive beginning January 1, 2023, for a taxpayer that enters into an agreement with the Indiana economic development corporation (corporation) for a qualified investment for development of property located on reclaimed coal mining land. Provides that the amount of a credit that a taxpayer receives in a taxable year may not exceed the lesser of: (1) the taxpayer's qualified investment multiplied by 30%; or (2) $5,000,000. Provides that the aggregate amount of tax credits allowed may not exceed $25,000,000 over the five year period that the credit is available. Provides for the assignment of the credit by a taxpayer to certain lessees. Provides that a taxpayer is not entitled to the credit if the corporation determines that the taxpayer has substantially reduced or ceased its operations in Indiana in order to relocate them within the mine reclamation site. Provides that the tax credit expires December 31, 2027.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 214
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 507: yeas 48, nays 1; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/26/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 518: yeas 94, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/26/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/19/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/13/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Melton and Ford Jon
4/13/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Messmer and Qaddoura
4/11/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/11/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/11/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/10/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 339: yeas 49, nays 0
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/4/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/4/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
4/4/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/14/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Messmer and Ford Jon
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 117: yeas 94, nays 0
2/14/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 21; Nays: 0
2/8/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Twenty-Fifth Hearing)
2/1/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/23/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Heaton, Morrison, Borders
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Authored By Shane Lindauer
 
HB1124CIVIL PROCEEDING ADVANCE PAYMENT CONTRACTS. (LEHMAN M) Amends the law concerning civil proceeding advance payment (CPAP) transactions to provide that in a civil proceeding in which a consumer claimant has entered into a CPAP contract, the consumer claimant or the consumer claimant's attorney is required to provide to: (1) each of the other parties in the civil proceeding; and (2) each insurer that has a duty to defend another party in the civil proceeding; written notice that the consumer claimant has entered into a CPAP contract with a CPAP provider. Provides that in a civil proceeding in which a consumer claimant is a party, the existence and contents of the CPAP contract are subject to discovery under the Indiana Rules of Trial Procedure by: (1) a party other than the consumer claimant; or (2) an insurer that has a duty to defend another party in the civil proceeding. Provides that a written notice concerning a CPAP contract with a CPAP provider is not admissible in a court proceeding.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 63
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/6/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/28/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 319: yeas 71, nays 24
3/28/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
3/27/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 238: yeas 30, nays 13
3/21/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/15/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 2
3/15/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/16/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Brown L and Messmer
2/16/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 145: yeas 67, nays 27
2/16/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/14/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/14/2023 - Amendment #1 (Lehman) prevailed; voice vote
2/14/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 9; Nays: 3
2/8/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Heaton and Jeter C
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Authored By Matt Lehman
 
HB1125DELIVERY NETWORK COMPANIES. (LEHMAN M) Amends the law regarding transportation network companies (TNC) to provide that, after June 30, 2024, the primary motor vehicle liability insurance coverage requirement while a TNC driver is logged on to the TNC's digital network, but is not engaged in a prearranged ride, is at least $50,000 per incident for property damage. (Under current law, the coverage requirement is at least $25,000 per incident for property damage.) Provides that, after June 30, 2024: (1) a delivery network company (DNC) driver who connects to a DNC's digital network is an independent contractor of the DNC, and the DNC is not considered to control or manage the DNC driver or to own or manage the personal vehicle used by the DNC driver to provide delivery services; but (2) the DNC driver, or the DNC on the DNC driver's behalf, is required to maintain primary motor vehicle insurance meeting certain requirements on the DNC driver's personal vehicle. Establishes different minimum insurance coverage requirements for a delivery available period than for a delivery service period. Provides that if motor vehicle insurance maintained by a DNC driver lapses or does not provide the required coverage: (1) motor vehicle insurance maintained by the DNC must provide the required coverage beginning with the first dollar of a claim; and (2) the DNC's insurer has a duty to defend the claim. Provides that coverage under a DNC insurer's policy may not be dependent on the denial of a claim by the DNC driver's insurer. Requires a DNC driver, in the event of an accident, upon request, to provide proof of required insurance coverage and to disclose whether the accident occurred during a delivery available period or a delivery service period. Requires a DNC to make certain disclosures in writing to a prospective DNC driver. Authorizes an insurer writing motor vehicle insurance in Indiana to exclude coverage on a personal vehicle owned or operated by a DNC driver for loss or injury occurring during a delivery available period or a delivery service period. Requires a DNC's insurer to assume primary liability for a claim arising from an accident when: (1) a dispute arises as to whether the accident occurred during a delivery available period or a delivery service period; and (2) the DNC does not have, did not retain, or fails to provide precise information on when the delivery available period or delivery service period began or ended.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 215
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 483: yeas 43, nays 6
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 491: yeas 84, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/25/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/25/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/24/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/20/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Randolph Lonnie M and Baldwin
4/20/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Gaskill and Qaddoura
4/19/2023 - House Advisors appointed Carbaugh, Mayfield, Borders and Campbell
4/19/2023 - House Conferees appointed Lehman and Fleming
4/19/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/19/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 421: yeas 49, nays 0
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/13/2023 - Amendment #1 (Gaskill) prevailed; voice vote
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/4/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/3/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Baldwin
4/3/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Randolph
3/30/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/28/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/27/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/22/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 0
3/22/2023 - Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/15/2023 - Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/7/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Gaskill
2/7/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 85: yeas 91, nays 1
2/7/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Carbaugh and Fleming
2/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/1/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
2/1/2023 - House Insurance, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/25/2023 - House Insurance, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Insurance
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Authored By Matt Lehman
 
HB1132LAND USE TASK FORCE. (CULP K) Creates the land use task force to study and make recommendations concerning: (1) areas where food insecurity exists; (2) development growth trends in rural, suburban, and urban communities across Indiana; and (3) other community growth issues.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 124
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/11/2023 - Returned to the House without amendments
4/10/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 340: yeas 49, nays 0
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/6/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/4/2023 - added as cosponsors Senators Leising, Perfect, Yoder
4/4/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/4/2023 - Amendment #1 (Young M) failed; voice vote
4/4/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/3/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Hunley
3/30/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/30/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/30/2023 - Senate Commerce & Technology, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Committee on Commerce and Technology
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Buck, Buchanan, Deery
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 118: yeas 96, nays 0
2/14/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Pack R
2/13/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - Amendment #1 (Culp) prevailed; voice vote
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 1
2/8/2023 - House Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/6/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Pierce K
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Authored By Kendell Culp
 
HB1157RESIDENTIAL HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. (MOED J) Makes the following changes regarding Marion County redevelopment: (1) Revises allocation area requirements for the redevelopment commission (commission) to establish a housing program. (2) Allows the commission to establish a residential housing development program (residential housing program) and a tax increment funding allocation area for the residential housing program, if the construction of new houses fails to reach a benchmark. Requires the department of local government finance, in cooperation with the city of Indianapolis, to determine eligibility for the residential housing program. Specifies the rights, powers, privileges, and immunities of the commission in implementing a residential housing program.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 126
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/18/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 449: yeas 93, nays 1
4/18/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/13/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/11/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/10/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 341: yeas 44, nays 5
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/6/2023 - Amendment #1 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 332: yeas 16, nays 32
4/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Randolph
4/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/4/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/4/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
4/4/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/23/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Ford J.D
3/23/2023 - Committee Report do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Tax and Fiscal Policy
3/23/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
3/23/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/20/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Qaddoura
3/20/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Hunley
3/20/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Sandlin
3/20/2023 - removed as third sponsor Senator Qaddoura
3/20/2023 - removed as second sponsor Senator Hunley
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Walker K, Hunley, Qaddoura
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 120: yeas 91, nays 0
2/14/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 23; Nays: 0
2/8/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/31/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
1/31/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/31/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
1/31/2023 - House Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/24/2023 - added as coauthor Representative May
1/23/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Miller D and Pack R
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Local Government
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Authored By Justin Moed
 
HB1200ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO. (BARTELS S) Adds the following to the definition of "entertainment complex": (1) A premises located within a five mile (instead of four mile) radius of the center of a consolidated city. (2) A premises used as a museum of fine arts. (3) A premises that has a 200 person audience capacity and artist housing. Provides that a primary source of supply, manufacturer, or wholesaler may supply equipment on a temporary and nondiscriminatory basis to the holder of a retailer permit or a temporary permit for the purpose of holding, storing, and dispensing product to consumers for a special event for the duration of the special event. Makes the following changes regarding breweries: (1) Removes a requirement that the 90,000 barrel limit per calendar year applies to beer manufactured at a brewery located in Indiana. (2) Allows a small brewery to receive, bottle, and package beer from another small brewery if certain requirements are met. (3) Allows a small brewery to sell or transfer beer to certain food manufacturers for the purpose of adding or integrating the beer into a product or recipe. (4) Provides that a product that contains transferred beer may not contain more than 0.5% of alcohol by volume when the product leaves the food manufacturer's facility. Provides for permits for beer or liquor dealer employees who deliver alcoholic beverages. Increases, within a certain historic district, the number of alcoholic beverage restaurant permits from 10 to 15, and changes certain other requirements. Allows the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission) to issue a certain number of three-way permits to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption in the: (1) cities of Auburn, Kendallville, and Warsaw; and (2) towns of Winona Lake and Syracuse. Permits the issuance of three new three-way permits and three new two-way permits to the town of Whitestown. Requires the commission to issue a beer dealer's permit and a wine dealer's permit to an eligible grocery store. Increases the limit on the amount of liquor that an artisan distiller may produce in a calendar year from 10,000 to 20,000 gallons. Amends the conditions in which a minor can lawfully be in a room on a licensed premises in which is located a bar over which alcoholic beverages are sold or dispensed by the drink. Modifies the definition of "tobacco product", for purposes of the law concerning issuance of a tobacco sales certificate, to include a product that contains nicotine and is not approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration for tobacco cessation. Provides that an e-liquid distributor shall purchase and distribute e-liquid from an: (1) Indiana e-liquid manufacturer that has a valid e-liquid manufacturing permit; or (2) Indiana e-liquid distributor that has a valid e-liquid manufacturing permit or a valid tobacco distributor's license.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 220
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 521: yeas 40, nays 10; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 541: yeas 90, nays 4; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action Rule 86(m)
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/25/2023 - Conferee Added Representative Manning
4/25/2023 - Conferee Dropped Representative Bartels
4/24/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/20/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Taylor G and Koch
4/20/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Garten and Pol
4/19/2023 - House Advisors appointed Miller D, Lehman, Campbell and Pierce K
4/19/2023 - House Conferees appointed Bartels and Bartlett
4/19/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/12/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/11/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 368: yeas 48, nays 0
4/11/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/10/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Koch
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/23/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
2/23/2023 - First Reading
1/24/2023 - Referred to Senate
1/23/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Garten
1/23/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Pierce K
1/23/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 21: yeas 97, nays 1
1/23/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
1/19/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Jordan
1/19/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/19/2023 - Amendment #1 (Campbell) failed; Roll Call 10: yeas 28, nays 64
1/19/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/17/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/17/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
1/17/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Miller D
1/10/2023 - Authored By Steve Bartels
 
HB1209DESTINATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION FOUNDATION. (KARICKHOFF M) Allows the destination development corporation (corporation) to establish a nonprofit subsidiary corporation to solicit and accept private sector funding, gifts, donations, bequests, devises, and contributions. Provides that the state examiner may waive the examination of the corporation and a nonprofit subsidiary corporation by the state board of accounts, if the board of the corporation engages an independent certified public accounting firm to conduct an examination of: (1) the corporation and the corporation's funds, accounts, and financial affairs; and (2) a nonprofit subsidiary corporation; in accordance with the uniform compliance guidelines, directives, and standards established by the state board of accounts.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 68
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/3/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/28/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 323: yeas 93, nays 1
3/28/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
3/27/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/21/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
3/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 230: yeas 49, nays 0
3/20/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/16/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Charbonneau
3/16/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Walker K
3/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/14/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Qaddoura
3/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/14/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
3/14/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/23/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
2/23/2023 - First Reading
1/24/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Perfect
1/24/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 29: yeas 95, nays 1
1/24/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
1/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/19/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Bartels, Baird, DeLaney
1/19/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/18/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 21; Nays: 0
1/18/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Authored By Michael Karickhoff
 
HB1212PRIVACY PROTECTIONS FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS. (KARICKHOFF M) Defines "personal information" as data that directly or indirectly identifies a "person" (including an individual, a corporation, a limited liability company, a government entity, a partnership, a trust, an estate, or other entity) as a: (1) member or supporter of; (2) volunteer for; or (3) donor to; a nonprofit organization. With certain exceptions, prohibits a state agency (including an executive, judicial, or legislative branch agency, state educational institution, or body corporate and politic) or political subdivision from doing the following: (1) Requiring a person or nonprofit organization to provide personal information to the state agency or political subdivision. (2) Releasing, publicizing, or publicly disclosing personal information in the state agency or political subdivision's possession. (3) Requesting or requiring a current or prospective contractor or grantee to provide a list of nonprofit organizations to which the current or prospective contractor or grantee has provided financial or nonfinancial support. Provides that personal information is considered confidential and is not subject to disclosure under Indiana's access to public records act (APRA). Provides that a person alleging a violation of the bill's provisions may bring a civil action for injunctive relief, specified damages, or both. Provides that: (1) a public employee; (2) a public official; or (3) an employee or officer of a contractor or subcontractor for a public agency; who violates the bill's provisions is subject to the penalties and discipline that apply with respect to violations of APRA.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 221
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 481: yeas 48, nays 1
4/25/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 485: yeas 74, nays 20; Rules Suspended
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/24/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/19/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Pol and Koch
4/19/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Brown L and Taylor G
4/19/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/12/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/12/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
3/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 270: yeas 48, nays 1
3/28/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/27/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/27/2023 - Amendment #3 (Brown L) prevailed; voice vote
3/27/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/20/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Buck
3/20/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Koch
3/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/15/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
3/15/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/23/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
2/23/2023 - First Reading
1/31/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Brown L
1/31/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 54: yeas 77, nays 21
1/31/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
1/30/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/30/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/25/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 8; Nays: 3
1/25/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Rowray E
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Authored By Michael Karickhoff
 
HB1236PROTECTIONS FOR MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS. (PRESSEL J) Specifies the amount of compensation by a manufacturer or distributor to a dealer for a part. Provides the requirements for a remedy procedure or parts required to be provided to a dealer by a manufacturer or distributor to repair a used motor vehicle that is subject to a stop sale directive. Provides that a manufacturer or distributor shall compensate a dealer for assistance requested by a customer whose vehicle is subject to an over-the-air or a remote repair, or an update to a part, system, accessory, or function by a manufacturer or distributor that is performed at a dealership. Provides that a manufacturer or distributor may not require a dealer to purchase a product or service from a vendor designated by the manufacturer or distributor if the dealer selects a vendor that provides products or services that are substantially similar to that of the vendor designated by the manufacturer or distributor, meets reasonable program standards or requirements of the manufacturer or distributor, and is subject to the approval of the manufacturer or distributor. Provides that a franchisor is not considered to be competing unfairly if operating a business for less than one year. (Current law says for less than two years.) Provides for conditions a manufacturer or distributor may not place on a dealer, as a condition of granting or continuing a franchise, approving the transfer of ownership or assets of a new motor vehicle dealer, or approving a successor to a new motor vehicle dealer. For provisions concerning unfair practices for a manufacturer, distributor, officer, or agent, makes the effective date effective upon passage. Provides that a manufacturer or distributor may not coerce or require a dealer to make improvements to the dealer's facilities or install signs or other franchisor image elements that would result in replacing or substantially altering improvements or image elements that the dealer made or installed during the immediately preceding 10 years. (Current law provides that a manufacturer or distributor may not require a dealer to make changes in the immediately preceding seven years.) Provides that it is an unfair practice for a manufacturer or distributor to: (1) require a dealer to; or (2) coerce a dealer into; selling or offering for sale certain products not approved, endorsed, sponsored, or offered by the manufacturer, distributor, affiliate, or captive finance source. Provides that it is an unfair practice to consider sale or offer of sale of certain products not approved, endorsed, sponsored, or offered by the manufacturer, distributor, affiliate, or captive finance source when determining eligibility to purchase products from, volume of purchases from, and pricing from the manufacturer or distributor. Provides that it is not an unfair practice for a manufacturer, distributor, affiliate, or captive finance source to: (1) offer discounts, rebates, or other incentives to a dealer who voluntarily sells or offers to sell certain products approved, endorsed, sponsored, or offered by the manufacturer, distributor, affiliate, or captive finance source; or (2) require a dealer to disclose the sale of certain products not approved, endorsed, sponsored, or offered by the manufacturer, distributor, affiliate, or captive finance source.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 134
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
4/20/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 472: yeas 87, nays 3
4/20/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/19/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/19/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 423: yeas 49, nays 0
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/11/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 7; Nays: 0
4/11/2023 - Senate Homeland Security & Transportation, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/9/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Messmer
3/6/2023 - Referred to Committee on Homeland Security and Transportation
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/28/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/27/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Freeman, Garten, Niezgodski
2/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 240: yeas 90, nays 5
2/27/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/22/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Harris
2/21/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Lauer
2/21/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/21/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/21/2023 - House Roads and Transportation, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - House Roads and Transportation, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/10/2023 - Referred to House Roads and Transportation
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Coauthored by Representative McNamara
1/10/2023 - Authored By Jim Pressel
 
HB1256ARCHIVES AND RECORD ADMINISTRATION. (PIERCE M) Amends related definitions. Allows the attorney general to retain and publish records and opinions in electronic format. Amends various duties for the Indiana archives and records administration (administration). Removes the requirement that the administration follow procedures and forms prescribed by the federal government in implementing a forms management program. Requires the administration to establish standards for the design, redesign, numbering, standardization, consolidation, or elimination of forms used by state government. Provides that the administration must apply the definition of "record" to certain governmental materials. Requires a state agency to do the following: (1) Submit recommended retention schedules to the administration. (2) Follow the standards developed by the administration when creating and revising state forms. (3) Designate an agency forms coordinator to manage the creation and revision of state forms belonging to the agency and serve as a liaison between the agency and the administration. (4) Designate an agency records coordinator to coordinate the creation and revision of agency records retention schedules, educate agency staff on records management processes, and serve as a liaison between the agency and the administration. Removes certain duties of the oversight committee on public records. Makes conforming changes.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 222
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/26/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 496: yeas 50, nays 0
4/26/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 507: yeas 90, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/26/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/26/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/25/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/25/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/24/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/13/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Ford J.D. and Buck
4/13/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Alting and Pol
4/6/2023 - House Advisors appointed Clere, Abbott and Miller K
4/6/2023 - House Conferees appointed Lehman and Pierce M
4/6/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/6/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 305: yeas 48, nays 0
4/4/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/30/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/30/2023 - Amendment #1 (Alting) prevailed; voice vote
3/30/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/27/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/23/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
3/23/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/7/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/6/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Alting and Hunley
2/6/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 74: yeas 97, nays 0
2/6/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/2/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/2/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Miller D
1/31/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/31/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
1/31/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Clere
1/11/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
1/11/2023 - First Reading
1/11/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Lehman
1/11/2023 - Authored By Matt Pierce
 
HB1266CYBER CIVILIAN CORPS PROGRAM ADVISORY BOARD. (JUDY C) Establishes the Indiana cyber civilian corps program advisory board (board). Provides for the membership of the board. Requires the adjutant general to provide staff support for the board. Requires the board to provide findings and recommendations concerning the establishment of an Indiana cyber civilian corps program to the legislative council.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 223
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 524: yeas 50, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 542: yeas 94, nays 1; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/24/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/11/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Ford J.D. and Crider
4/11/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Zay and Hunley
4/6/2023 - House Advisors appointed Lucas, Haggard and Gore
4/6/2023 - House Conferees appointed Judy and Pack
4/6/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/6/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 306: yeas 48, nays 0
4/4/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Reread second time: amended, ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - Amendment #3 (Hunley) prevailed; voice vote
4/3/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Placed back on second reading
3/30/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/28/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/28/2023 - Amendment #2 (Zay) prevailed; voice vote
3/28/2023 - Amendment #1 (Hunley) prevailed; voice vote
3/28/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/27/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/21/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 8; Nays: 0
3/21/2023 - Senate Veterans Affairs and the Military, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to Senate Veterans Affairs and the Military
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/22/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/21/2023 - Cosponsor: Senator Busch
2/21/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Zay, Crider, Koch
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 176: yeas 94, nays 0
2/21/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - Amendment #1 (Judy) prevailed; voice vote
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/13/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 20; Nays: 0
2/13/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/24/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
1/24/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/23/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
1/23/2023 - House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/11/2023 - Referred to House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety
1/11/2023 - First Reading
1/11/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives Frye R, Bartels, Morris
1/11/2023 - Authored By Chris Judy
 
HB1315HOME WARRANTIES AND REGULATION OF RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES. (MILLER D) Allows a builder to disclaim implied warranties for a new home that is first occupied by a person renting the home as a residence from the initial home buyer. Allows a builder to disclaim implied warranties on a model home in the same manner as a home that is first occupied as a residence. Prohibits regulation of a mobile home, a manufactured home, or an industrialized residential structure on private property (other than within a mobile home community) based on age. Allows the owner of a legal, nonconforming residential structure on private property that is damaged or destroyed to replace or repair the structure without losing legal nonconforming use status as long as the structure continues to be used for residential purposes. Provides that a comprehensive plan and ordinance in a county (other than Marion County) may not preclude the installation of manufactured homes that exceed a certain width (in addition to a certain square footage) as permanent residences on a lot on which any other type of dwelling unit may be placed. Provides that after June 30, 2023, a mobile home, a manufactured home, or an industrialized residential structure is not considered a new home or model home subject to the provisions concerning home warranties. Prohibits a county, city, or town from exercising its planning and zoning authority in a way that differentiates between fraternity and sorority houses on the sole basis of whether the fraternity or sorority is officially approved or recognized by the college or university.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 137
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/11/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 397: yeas 94, nays 1
4/11/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/10/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 307: yeas 48, nays 0
4/4/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/27/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/23/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
3/23/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/16/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/13/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Rogers
2/23/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
2/23/2023 - First Reading
1/31/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Baldwin
1/31/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 56: yeas 97, nays 0
1/31/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Moed
1/30/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/30/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/24/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/24/2023 - House Committee recommends passage 11; Nays: 0
1/24/2023 - House Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/23/2023 - added as coauthor Representative May
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Local Government
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Teshka
1/12/2023 - Authored By Doug Miller
 
HB1316IFA APPROVAL AND REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAMS. (MILLER D) Provides that a participant may issue and sell bonds to the Indiana finance authority (authority) without the requirement of an increase to the user rates and charges of the participant. Provides that the bonds must be issued under a resolution or ordinance and the proceeds must be used to carry out the purposes allowed by the program. Defines the term "independent evaluator" for purposes of non-revenue water audits. Requires a water utility to annually perform an audit of its water distribution system through the use of the latest version of the American Water Works Association's free water audit software or other methodology software to determine the causes of the water utility's non-revenue water. Provides that the issuance, by the ports of Indiana, of both taxable and tax exempt revenue bonds of the state, payable solely from revenues for the purpose of paying all or any part of the cost of a port or project, is subject to the prior approval of the authority. Provides for the appointment of a nine member board of directors of the Indiana Secondary Market for Education Loans, Inc. (ISMEL). Provides that ISMEL may only borrow money after consulting with the authority not less than three months before ISMEL begins the process of borrowing money. Requires ISMEL to, at least 30 days prior to the issuance or placement of any bond, note, or other instrument, report to the budget committee the estimated amount of the bonds.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 224
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 508: yeas 49, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 525: yeas 88, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/26/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/25/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Melton and Koch
4/25/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Charbonneau and Qaddoura
4/25/2023 - House Advisors appointed O'Brien and Pfaff
4/25/2023 - House Conferees appointed Miller D and Harris
4/25/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/25/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/18/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 436: yeas 50, nays 0
4/18/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/17/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/17/2023 - Amendment #1 (Baldwin) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/11/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
4/11/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/28/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/20/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Koch
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Charbonneau
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 127: yeas 93, nays 0
2/14/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 24; Nays: 0
2/8/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/1/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Doug Miller
 
HB1317EXPIRATION OF COMMITTEES AND INTERSTATE COMPACTS. (MILLER D) Provides that a committee, board, commission, or task force (committee) created by the general assembly after June 30, 2023, expires if the committee does not meet within two years after the effective date of the statute creating the committee. Provides that the statutes creating the following compacts expire July 1, 2025: (1) The Interstate Jobs Protection Compact. (2) The Interstate High Speed Intercity Rail Passenger Network Compact. (3) The Interstate Compact on Community Corrections Transfers. Requires the governor to give notice to each state, if any, that is a party to each compact that the state of Indiana is withdrawing from the compact. Requires the governor to certify before January 1, 2024, with respect to each compact, that notice either: (1) has been given regarding Indiana's withdrawal from the compact; or (2) was not required to be given because there are no other party states to which to give notice.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 138
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
4/20/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 471: yeas 90, nays 0
4/20/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/19/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/11/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Yoder, Niemeyer and Byrne
4/11/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Doriot and Breaux
4/6/2023 - House Advisors appointed Karickhoff, Zent and Harris
4/6/2023 - House Conferees appointed Miller D and Campbell
4/6/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/6/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
3/28/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
3/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 254: yeas 48, nays 1
3/27/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/23/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/23/2023 - Amendment #1 (Doriot) prevailed; voice vote
3/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/20/2023 - added as cosponsors Senators Byrne, Koch, Zay
3/20/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/16/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/16/2023 - Senate Commerce & Technology, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to Committee on Commerce and Technology
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/13/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Doriot and Niemeyer
2/13/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 107: yeas 97, nays 1
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/9/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/9/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/7/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/7/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
2/7/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/31/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives Zent and Pressel
1/12/2023 - Authored By Doug Miller
 
HB1327ACCOUNTANCY. (CARBAUGH M) Defines "principal place of business". Requires a certified public accountant applying for an initial issuance of a certificate to have one year of experience. (Under current law, an applicant must have two years of experience.) Requires a licensee to hold a license in good standing to convert it to inactive or retired status. Provides that nothing in the statute precludes an inactive or retired status certified public accountant from: (1) providing uncompensated services; (2) participating in a government sponsored business mentoring program; (3) serving on the board of directors for a nonprofit or governmental organization; or (4) serving on a government appointed advisory board.
 Current Status:   4/5/2023 - Public Law 14
 All Bill Status:   4/5/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/23/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
3/22/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 219: yeas 47, nays 0
3/14/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/13/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Buchanan
3/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/9/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/8/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
3/8/2023 - Senate Pensions and Labor, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Pensions and Labor
2/27/2023 - First Reading
1/31/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Rogers
1/31/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 58: yeas 98, nays 0
1/31/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
1/30/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/30/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/26/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
1/26/2023 - House Employment, Labor and Pensions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - House Employment, Labor and Pensions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Employment, Labor and Pensions
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Martin Carbaugh
 
HB1329INSURANCE MATTERS. (LEHMAN M) Provides that if an insurance producer actively participates in a state or national professional insurance organization, the insurance commissioner may apply the insurance producer's participation toward the satisfaction of not more than two hours of the insurance producer's continuing education requirement in every two year licensing period. Prohibits a public adjuster from: (1) filing an insurance claim on behalf of an insured; (2) performing the role of roofing contractor, appraiser, or any other role with respect to the subject of a claim when the public adjuster is providing advice or assistance in the adjustment of the claim; or (3) filing an unfair claim settlement practice complaint unless the person who filed the claim has given written consent for the public adjuster to file the complaint. Requires a public adjuster, before entering into a contract with an insured, to provide a written disclosure concerning any direct or indirect financial interest that the public adjuster has with any other party that is or will be involved in the insured's claim. Requires a public adjuster to provide to an insured a disclosure document containing certain information before the insured enters into a contract with the public adjuster. Provides that a contract between a public adjuster and an insured must be in writing, must contain certain information, and must be prepared on a form filed with and approved by the insurance commissioner. Prohibits the inclusion of certain terms in the contract. Provides that if the insurer, not more than five business days after the date on which the insured's loss is reported to the insurer, either pays or commits in writing to pay to the policy limit of the insured's policy, the public adjuster may not be compensated by receiving a percentage of the total amount paid by the insurer and is entitled only to reasonable compensation for services provided. Allows an insured to void or rescind a contract with a public adjuster. Provides that, with respect to benefits provided by multiple employer welfare arrangements (MEWAs) to a public entity: (1) a policy of stop loss insurance issued by a reinsurer to the MEWA must cover claims submitted within the timely filing limit of the policy and the policy provisions of the stop loss coverage; and (2) the department of insurance may not adopt or enforce any rule that would reduce the timely filing limit specified in the policy and the policy provisions of the stop loss coverage. Requires the Indiana Public Employers' Plan, Inc., before December 31, 2026, to apply to the insurance commissioner for a certificate of authority to transact business as a domestic tax exempt reciprocal insurance company. Amends the anti-rebating law to provide that value-added products or services may be offered or provided for free or at a discounted price by an insurer or an insurance producer: (1) if the products or services: (A) are intended to mitigate or reduce the severity or frequency of loss; or (B) are primarily designed to enhance the health, financial wellness, or safety of persons or of persons' lives, health, or property; or (2) if the products or services: (A) are not offered in a manner that is unfairly discriminatory; and (B) are made available based on documented, objective criteria that are maintained for inspection by the insurance commissioner. Requires that a value-added product or service be accompanied by contact information. Requires an insurer that makes a material change to an insured's personal automobile or homeowner's policy to provide a written notice: (1) explaining the principal factors for the material change; or (2) stating that the insured, upon request, has a right to obtain a written notice explaining the principal factors for the material change. Establishes certain requirements for a notice of material change. Requires the insurance commissioner to adopt rules to implement the notice of material change requirements. Requires an insurer or health maintenance organization (HMO) that provides coverage under an Affordable Care Act Marketplace plan (Marketplace plan) to provide to each individual covered under the Marketplace plan, not earlier than six months and not later than two months before the individual will become 65 years of age, a notice that includes: (1) a statement that the individual may be eligible to enroll in Medicare during the individual's initial enrollment period; (2) a statement that, in most cases, someone covered by a Marketplace plan will want to end their Marketplace plan coverage upon becoming eligible for Medicare; and (3) detailed instructions for canceling the individual's Marketplace plan. Provides that the plan sponsor of a health benefit plan may, on behalf of all covered individuals, provide consent: (1) to all communications related to the health benefit plan being sent to covered individuals by electronic means; and (2) to the electronic delivery of health insurance identification cards. Repeals the current mutual insurance holding company law (IC 27-14) and replaces it with a new mutual holding company law (IC 27-14.5). Requires the insurance commissioner to conduct an examination of an HMO domiciled in Indiana at least once every five years (instead of once every three years) and provides that an examination of the quality management program of an HMO must be conducted at least once every five years (instead of once every three years). Amends the health benefit exchange law to provide that an individual who continues to pay premiums for a policy or contract offered by a qualified health plan issuer in a benefit year that follows the benefit year in which the individual purchased the original policy or contract is considered to have purchased a new policy or contract for the purposes of the federal regulation providing that Medicare entitlement or enrollment is not a basis to nonrenew an individual's health insurance coverage in the individual market under the same policy or contract of insurance.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 226
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 479: yeas 47, nays 1
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 492: yeas 84, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/25/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/25/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/17/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/13/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Qaddoura, Holdman and Gaskill
4/13/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Baldwin and Randolph Lonnie M
4/6/2023 - House Advisors appointed Borders, Rowray and Shackleford
4/6/2023 - House Conferees appointed Lehman and Fleming
4/6/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/5/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 308: yeas 48, nays 0
4/4/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - Amendment #1 (Baldwin) prevailed; voice vote
4/3/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/29/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 6; Nays: 0
3/29/2023 - Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/23/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Randolph
3/22/2023 - Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/1/2023 - Referred to Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions
3/1/2023 - First Reading
2/23/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/22/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Criswell C
2/22/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Baldwin and Holdman
2/22/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 201: yeas 92, nays 0
2/22/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/21/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Fleming
2/21/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/21/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
2/15/2023 - House Insurance, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/8/2023 - House Insurance, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to House Insurance
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Carbaugh
1/12/2023 - Authored By Matt Lehman
 
HB1363CRIMINAL MISCHIEF AND CRIMINAL TRESPASS. (NEGELE S) Provides that a person who recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally damages the property of a scientific research facility without the consent of, or with consent which was fraudulently obtained from, the owner, possessor, or occupant of the property that is damaged commits criminal mischief, a Class A misdemeanor. Provides that a person who, not having a contractual interest in the property, knowingly or intentionally enters the real property of a scientific research facility without the permission of, or with permission which was fraudulently obtained from, the owner of the scientific research facility or an authorized person, and knowingly or intentionally engages in conduct that causes property damage to: (1) the owner of or a person having a contractual interest in the scientific research facility; (2) the operator of the scientific research facility; or (3) a person having personal property located on the property of the scientific research facility; commits criminal trespass, a Level 6 felony.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 79
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/3/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/23/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 250: yeas 32, nays 15
3/23/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/21/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/21/2023 - Amendment #2 (Young M) failed; voice vote
3/21/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Bohacek
3/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/14/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/14/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 5; Nays: 2
3/14/2023 - Senate Corrections and Criminal Law, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Corrections and Criminal Law
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/7/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Alting and Koch
2/7/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 92: yeas 72, nays 22
2/7/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/1/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 2
2/1/2023 - House Courts and Criminal Code, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/17/2023 - Referred to House Courts and Criminal Code
1/17/2023 - First Reading
1/17/2023 - Authored By Sharon Negele
 
HB1438PUBLICATION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT NOTICES. (MILLER D) Provides that a towing service is subject to the same public notice advertising rates as a government agency if the service: (1) acts as an agent of a government agency; and (2) provides the notice required to dispose of abandoned vehicles or parts. Provides for the creation of a public notice task force (task force) to study notice publication statutes for the purpose of streamlining the process and maximizing value to Indiana citizens. Provides the following: (1) The task force must publish a report with its determinations and recommendations for legislation not later than December 1, 2023. (2) The task force expires December 31, 2023.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 84
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/3/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 344: yeas 93, nays 0
4/3/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
3/30/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/28/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
3/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 257: yeas 49, nays 1
3/27/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/23/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Ford J.D
3/23/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/23/2023 - Amendment #2 (Young M) failed; voice vote
3/23/2023 - Amendment #1 (Doriot) prevailed; voice vote
3/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/20/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/16/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
3/16/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/13/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Yoder
3/6/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/28/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/27/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Doriot, Garten, Buck
2/27/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Wesco
2/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 243: yeas 94, nays 0
2/27/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/21/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/21/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/21/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/17/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
1/17/2023 - First Reading
1/17/2023 - Authored By Doug Miller
 
HB1454DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE. (SNOW C) Provides that the term of any judgment funding bond with regard to either: (1) the city of Hobart; or (2) the Merrillville Community School Corporation; issued for the purpose of paying a property tax judgment rendered against Lake County for assessment year 2011, 2012, 2013, or 2014 shall be 25 years. Changes the sunset date for the procedure for selling certain bonds to July 1, 2025, and makes corresponding changes. Adds nonprofit building corporations created by a municipal corporation to a provision concerning the purchase of municipal securities by the treasurer of state and provides that such a security must have a stated final maturity of not more than 25 years after the date of purchase. Specifies expenses eligible for funding from the READI fund. Prohibits the department of local government finance from approving a county reassessment plan before the assessor provides verification that the land values determination has been completed. Removes language from a statute allowing a taxpayer to elect a special property tax valuation method for mini-mill equipment that prohibited the election if any outstanding bond obligations would be impaired as a result of the election. Requires an assessor determining land values to submit the values to the county property tax assessment board of appeals (PTABOA) and the department. Establishes procedures for rental property assessment appeals. Makes changes to a provision granting a property tax exemption to cemetery owners. Requires the land of controlled environment agriculture property to be classified and assessed as agricultural and the improvements to be classified and assessed as an agricultural greenhouse for property tax assessment. Prohibits a PTABOA determination of assessed value following a hearing that exceeds the original appealed assessed value at issue. Provides that a qualified taxing unit located in Lake County that has experienced a property tax revenue shortfall in one or more tax years: (1) resulting from erroneous assessed valuation figures; and (2) which was, or will be, at least $5,000,000, or 20% of its net tax levy, as a result of the erroneous assessed valuation amount; may apply to the treasurer for a loan from the counter-cyclical revenue and economic stabilization fund. Describes procedures, limitations, and uses for such loans. Limits the amount of loans to all qualified taxing units to $35,000,000. Prescribes a formula for determining a population growth of 150% for purposes of the exclusion from maximum ad valorem property tax levy limits for municipalities that meet specified criteria. Makes changes to statutes concerning maximum property tax levies for: (1) Sugar Creek Township Fire Protection District; and (2) Otter Creek Township. Amends an exclusion from the definition of "controlled project" for projects required by a court order. Extends through 2026 the authority for certain school corporations to allocate circuit breaker credits proportionately but imposes limitations with respect to school corporation eligibility to allocate such credits. Repeals the provision establishing the division of data analysis of the department. Prohibits a county auditor from denying an application for a standard deduction for a homestead because the applicant does not have a valid driver's license with the address of the homestead property. Provides that when a county auditor submits a certified statement of assessed value to the department, the county auditor shall exclude the amount of assessed value for any property located in the county for which an appeal has been filed and for which there is no final disposition. Provides that a county auditor may appeal to the department to include the amount of assessed value under appeal within a taxing district for that calendar year. Provides for the expiration of certain supplemental county property tax levy provisions on the later of: (1) January 1, 2045; or (2) the date on which all bonds or lease agreements outstanding on July 1, 2023, for which a pledge of tax revenue is completely paid. Imposes reporting and publication requirements for those bonds and leases. Removes the requirement that a PTABOA quorum must include at least one certified level two or level three assessor-appraiser. Prescribes additional duties for the department. Provides that the distressed unit appeal board (DUAB) may employ staff (instead of an executive director). Provides that the department may (instead of shall) support the DUAB's duties using money from the department's budget funding. Repeals provisions requiring the DUAB to pay the emergency manager's compensation and to reimburse the emergency manager for actual and necessary expenses. Repeals the fiscal and qualitative indicators committee (committee). Replaces references to the committee with references to the DUAB. Provides that, in the assessment of tangible property, confidential information may be disclosed to an official or employee of a county assessor or auditor. Provides that the required annual visit between a representative of the department and each county may take place virtually. Requires a township or county assessor to document any changes made to the parcel characteristics of real property from the previous year's assessment in an assessment of the real property. Provides that a township may elect to establish a township firefighting fund and a township emergency services fund in lieu of the township firefighting and emergency services fund. Provides that the excess of the proceeds of the property taxes attributable to an increase in the property tax rate for a participating unit of a fire protection territory that is established after the establishment of a tax increment financing area located outside of Marion County shall be allocated to and distributed in the form of an allocated property tax revenue pass back to the participating unit of the fire protection territory and not to the redevelopment district. Provides that the fiscal body of a county may adopt an ordinance to establish a property tax amnesty program and require a waiver of interest and penalties added before January 1, 2023, on delinquent taxes and special assessments on real property in the county if certain conditions are met. Amends provisions excluding the part of a participating unit's proceeds of property taxes imposed in certain tax increment finance areas for an assessment date with respect to which the allocation and distribution is made that are attributable to property taxes imposed to meet the participating unit's obligations to a fire protection territory. Reduces the fee, from 15% to 10%, that the department of state revenue may charge a debtor for any debts collected as a collection fee for the department's services, not including local collection assistance fees. Establishes a tax credit for an eligible taxpayer that employs certain individuals with a disability. Provides that contributions to a 529 college savings account or 529A ABLE account made after December 31, 2023, shall be considered as having been made during the taxable year preceding the contribution if certain conditions are met. Beginning in taxable year 2024, allows the Indiana economic development corporation to award a qualified taxpayer a historic rehabilitation tax credit equal to 25% or 30% of the qualified expenditures incurred in the restoration and preservation of a qualified historic structure, depending on the type of historic structure. Pro
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 236
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/28/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 536: yeas 35, nays 15; Rules Suspended
4/28/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 564: yeas 76, nays 20; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/19/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Randolph Lonnie M and Alting
4/19/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Bassler and Niezgodski
4/19/2023 - House Advisors appointed Thompson, O'Brien, Rowray and Harris
4/19/2023 - House Conferees appointed Snow and Pryor
4/19/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 440: yeas 37, nays 13
4/18/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Gaskill
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/11/2023 - Amendment #4 (Ford J.D.) failed; Roll Call 365: yeas 8, nays 38
4/11/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/11/2023 - Amendment #3 (Ford J.D.) failed; Roll Call 364: yeas 13, nays 33
4/11/2023 - Amendment #1 (Becker) prevailed; Roll Call 363: yeas 30, nays 17
4/11/2023 - Amendment #8 (Bassler) prevailed; voice vote
4/11/2023 - Amendment #7 (Bassler) prevailed; voice vote
4/11/2023 - Amendment #6 (Bassler) prevailed; voice vote
4/11/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Randolph
4/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Alting
4/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/4/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/4/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 1
4/4/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Niezgodski
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Bassler
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 130: yeas 73, nays 19
2/14/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 24; Nays: 0
2/8/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/31/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Judy and Pryor
1/30/2023 - removed as coauthor Representative Pryor
1/26/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/24/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Pryor
1/17/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
1/17/2023 - First Reading
1/17/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Heine
1/17/2023 - Authored By Craig Snow
 
HB1461LONG TERM SERVICES. (BARRETT B) Requires the housing and community development authority to: (1) assess the feasibility of the development of new assisted living communities for low and middle income individuals; and (2) determine possible funding for the assisted living communities; and submit a report to the legislative services agency. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services (office) to contract with more than one entity to provide functional eligibility determinations for individuals applying for the aged and disabled Medicaid waiver. Requires the office to report to the budget committee and legislative council certain information concerning: (1) the average length of time to conduct function eligibility assessments; and (2) a plan to provide functional eligibility not later than 72 hours from the eligibility assessment. Removes the requirement that the transfer of comprehensive care beds in a health facility must equalize the number of certified Medicaid beds in the county. Allows a health facility that transfers comprehensive care beds to reduce the facility's count of licensed comprehensive care beds by the number of beds transferred. Allows the receiving facility to increase the: (1) count of licensed comprehensive care beds; and (2) number of beds that are Medicaid certified. Requires the office to reimburse the provider of assisted living services if an increase in the level of services for a recipient is approved by the office. Specifies that integrated health care coordination and transportation are assisted living services. Prohibits the office from reducing the scope of services that may be provided by an assisted living services provider under the Medicaid aged and disabled waiver, as in effect on July 1, 2021. Specifies provisions that must be included in a risk based managed care program or capitated managed care program for specified Medicaid recipients. Requires the Indiana department of health (state department) to establish and administer the registration of a temporary health care service agency. Repeals current laws concerning the regulation of employment services. Removes references to a residential care facility administrator as a separate classification of license. Sets forth requirements for health facility administrators, residential care facility administrators, administrators in training, preceptors, and student interns. Sets forth notification requirements to the state department upon a vacancy or new hire of a residential care administrator. Makes conforming changes.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 149
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
4/20/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 467: yeas 93, nays 0
4/20/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/20/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/19/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/18/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 442: yeas 50, nays 0
4/18/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/17/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/13/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/13/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
4/13/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
4/5/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - Senate Health & Provider Services, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/22/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/21/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Brown L and Charbonneau
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 185: yeas 89, nays 0
2/21/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Karickhoff and Shackleford
2/21/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 22; Nays: 0
2/15/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
2/7/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/7/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
2/7/2023 - House Public Health, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/17/2023 - Referred to House Public Health
1/17/2023 - First Reading
1/17/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Manning
1/17/2023 - Authored By Brad Barrett
 
HB1499VARIOUS TAX MATTERS. (THOMPSON J) Makes certain changes to the qualification requirements for the: (1) deduction for individuals who are at least 65 years of age; and (2) additional credit for certain homesteads. Increases the amount of the supplemental homestead deduction for property taxes first due and payable in 2024 and 2025. Provides that if a taxpayer presents an appraisal to the county property tax assessment board of appeals (county board) that meets specified requirements, the appraisal is presumed to be correct. Provides that if the county board disagrees with the taxpayer's appraisal, the county board may seek review of the appraisal or obtain an independent appraisal. Provides that after the assignment of value, the parties shall retain their rights to appeal to the Indiana board of tax review. Provides that, notwithstanding any increase in assessed value of property from the previous assessment date, the total amount of operating referendum tax that may be levied by a school corporation for taxes first due and payable in 2024 may not increase by more than 3% over the maximum operating referendum tax that could be levied by the school corporation in the previous year. Provides a calculation to be used in determining the maximum levy growth quotient in 2024 and 2025. Modifies, through December 31, 2024, the threshold amounts used for determining whether a political subdivision's project is a controlled project and whether the petition and remonstrance process or the referendum process applies based on the political subdivision's total debt service tax rate, but excludes certain projects for which a public hearing to issue bonds or enter into a lease has been conducted before July 1, 2023. Creates an exception, through December 31, 2024, to a provision subjecting a controlled project in a political subdivision with a total debt service rate of $0.80 per $100 of assessed valuation to the referendum process, if: (1) the political subdivision submits a request to the department of local government finance (DLGF) seeking a waiver of the provision; (2) the proposed controlled project is a response to a maintenance emergency; and (3) the DLGF determines that the maintenance emergency is sufficient to waive the provision. Amends an exclusion from the definition of "controlled project" for projects required by a court order. Authorizes a county fiscal body to adopt an ordinance to provide property tax relief for property tax liability attributable to homesteads for qualified individuals. Provides that a county may adopt a resolution to require a local income tax supplemental distribution to first be distributed and used to lower the county's levy freeze tax rate. Requires the DLGF to approve a county's request to decrease its levy freeze tax rate if the DLGF finds that the lower rate, in addition to the supplemental distribution amount determined under the resolution adopted by the county, would fund the levy freeze dollar amount. Requires the department of state revenue (department) to annually provide each resident individual taxpayer who paid adjusted gross income taxes in the immediately previous taxable year a taxpayer receipt statement in an electronic format explaining how the individual taxpayer's taxes are being used. Requires the department, in consultation with the budget agency, to create and administer an Internet web page on which individual taxpayers may access an estimate of the allocation of their adjusted gross income taxes to various expenditure categories for the most recent state fiscal year based on the adjusted gross income taxes paid by the taxpayer. Specifies the information that must be provided on the web page. Defines "maintenance emergency". Makes conforming changes.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 239
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/28/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 537: yeas 49, nays 1; Rules Suspended
4/28/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 563: yeas 98, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/19/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Niezgodski and Buchanan
4/19/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Holdman and Melton
4/19/2023 - House Advisors appointed Snow, Clere, Smaltz and DeLaney
4/19/2023 - House Conferees appointed Thompson and Pryor
4/19/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 446: yeas 45, nays 5
4/18/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/17/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Rogers
4/17/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/17/2023 - Amendment #9 (Gaskill) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - Amendment #6 (Holdman) prevailed; voice vote
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - added as cosponsors Senators Melton and Niezgodski
4/11/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/11/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
4/11/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/1/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
3/1/2023 - First Reading
2/22/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/21/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Holdman and Buchanan
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 187: yeas 94, nays 1
2/21/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/13/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/9/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 18; Nays: 6
2/9/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Pryor
2/9/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/2/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Clere
1/17/2023 - Referred to Committee on Ways and Means
1/17/2023 - First Reading
1/17/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Cherry
1/17/2023 - Authored By Jeffrey Thompson
 
HB1504ENFORCEMENT OF DECEPTIVE CONSUMER SALES ACT. (SPEEDY M) Provides that certain actions to remedy a deceptive act may not be brought more than five years after the deceptive act.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 152
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
4/18/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 446: yeas 92, nays 1
4/18/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/18/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/12/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/11/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 376: yeas 48, nays 0
4/11/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/10/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/1/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
3/1/2023 - First Reading
2/22/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/21/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Messmer
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 189: yeas 65, nays 28
2/21/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 16; Nays: 7
2/15/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/9/2023 - Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 3;
2/8/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/17/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
1/17/2023 - First Reading
1/17/2023 - Authored By Mike Speedy
 
HB1575FIRE PREVENTION AND BUILDING SAFETY COMMISSION. (O'BRIEN T) Increases the size of the fire prevention and building safety commission (commission) from 11 members to 12 members. Requires commission members to represent certain defined interests or professions, beginning August 1, 2023. Requires a commission member to be a resident of Indiana, beginning August 1, 2023. Provides that a commission member serves at the pleasure of the governor. Increases the number of members required for a quorum from six members to seven members. Provides that the affirmative vote of not less than two-thirds of the commission members present and voting is necessary for purposes of adopting a rule. Provides certain procedures for the review and adoption of building codes. Provides that a local unit of government may not adopt an ordinance concerning construction and remodeling that: (1) conflicts with the statute or a building code adopted by the commission; or (2) includes more stringent or detailed requirements than those set forth in the statute or a building code adopted by the commission. Provides that this prohibition does not apply to a unit's architectural design standards or its zoning ordinances.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 155
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
4/18/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 448: yeas 67, nays 27
4/18/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/18/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/11/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/10/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Gaskill
4/10/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 344: yeas 33, nays 15
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/6/2023 - Amendment #5 (Pol) failed; Roll Call 334: yeas 13, nays 35
4/6/2023 - Amendment #4 (Pol) failed; Roll Call 333: yeas 18, nays 30
4/6/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/6/2023 - Amendment #7 (Ford J.D.) failed; voice vote
4/6/2023 - Amendment #3 (Pol) failed; voice vote
4/6/2023 - Amendment #1 (Rogers) prevailed; voice vote
4/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/3/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/30/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 7; Nays: 3
3/30/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/23/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/20/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Rogers and Garten
2/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 168: yeas 72, nays 25
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/16/2023 - Amendment #1 (Campbell) failed; Roll Call 142: yeas 28, nays 62
2/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/14/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 1
2/14/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives Frye R, Bartels, Miller D
1/19/2023 - Authored By Timothy O'Brien
 
HB1581BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS. (HEATON R) Provides that the definitions for the uniform business organizations code apply to agricultural cooperatives. Removes the requirement that articles of incorporation for agricultural cooperatives must be acknowledged by at least one incorporator before a notary public. Provides that the uniform business transactions act applies to agricultural cooperatives for certain purposes. Adds business trusts and agricultural cooperatives to lists of entities that the secretary of state may revoke registrations for or dissolve. Makes conforming changes. Amends the statute concerning the securities restitution fund (fund) as follows: (1) Provides that 2% of funds received from fees and revenues from the administration of the Indiana Uniform Securities Act must be deposited in the fund instead of the state general fund. (2) Provides that any amount of the balance of the fund at the end of a particular state fiscal year that exceeds $2,000,000 reverts to the state general fund. (3) Provides that to ensure the financial viability of the fund, the securities commissioner may: (A) divide into installments; (B) delay; or (C) divide into installments and delay; any payments owed to claimants.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 156
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
4/19/2023 - Returned to the House without amendments
4/18/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 449: yeas 50, nays 0
4/18/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/17/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/13/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
4/13/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
4/13/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/16/2023 - Committee Report do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
3/15/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
3/15/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/9/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Holdman
2/9/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 96: yeas 93, nays 0
2/9/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/7/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/2/2023 - added as coauthor Representative McGuire J
2/2/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
2/2/2023 - House Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to House Financial Institutions
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Robert Heaton
 
HB1621SELF-SERVICE STORAGE FACILITIES. (PAYNE Z) Specifies that the term "personal property" includes trailers. Changes the time at which a self-service storage facility owner (owner) may: (1) begin enforcement of the owner's lien on a renter's stored personal property; and (2) sell or otherwise dispose of the renter's stored personal property. Provides that as an alternative to conducting a sale of a renter's stored personal property after the renter's default, an owner may cause the renter's personal property to be towed or removed from the self-service storage facility if the renter's stored personal property is a trailer. (Current law provides this alternative if the renter's stored personal property is a motor vehicle or watercraft.) Specifies that an owner may deny the renter access to the self-service storage facility, including the rented space, when enforcing a lien. Allows a renter to designate an alternative contact in a rental agreement to receive required notices.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 93
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/3/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 246: yeas 40, nays 2
3/21/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/15/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 8; Nays: 2
3/15/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/14/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Alexander
2/27/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
2/27/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Byrne and Zay
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 137: yeas 62, nays 27
2/14/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 6; Nays: 3
2/8/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/25/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Coauthored by Representatives Clere, Pierce K, Morris
1/19/2023 - Authored By Zach Payne
 
HB1623ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. (BARTELS S) Establishes the government reform task force (task force). Provides for members of the task force. Requires the task force to submit a report. Prohibits the consideration of the number or amount of fines or civil penalties imposed on regulated entities by an employee in an agency's evaluation or compensation of the employee. Makes various procedural changes concerning the adoption of administrative rules, including the following: (1) Requires budget agency and office of management and budget review of a regulatory analysis of all proposed rules. (2) Requires a state budget committee review of rules adding or increasing fees, fines, or civil penalties. (3) Requires publication of the text of a proposed rule in the first public comment period and allows a proposed rule to be adopted after one public comment period if no substantive public testimony is received and the rule is not more stringent than applicable federal standards. (4) Replaces various laws granting emergency rulemaking authority with a description of the circumstances when emergency rulemaking (renamed "provisional" rules and "interim" rules) may be used, increases governor and attorney general oversight of provisional or interim rules, and adds a public comment period for interim rules. (5) Reduces from seven to five years the time in which rules need to be readopted to remain effective. (6) Requires agencies to webcast public hearings and allow remote testimony. Prohibits state standards for disposal of coal combustion residuals to be more stringent than federal standards. Allows for certain rules on certain pesticides that are more stringent than federal law. Permits a person to recover attorney's fees if an agency issues an order that is based on an invalid rule or issued without legal authority. Permits an applicant or licensee to recover damages if a professional or occupational licensing agency fails to adopt a rule required to obtain a license. Repeals superseded statutes and makes cross-reference, name, and other conforming changes.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 249
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 536: yeas 66, nays 28; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 513: yeas 29, nays 19; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/26/2023 - Conferee Added Senator Koch
4/26/2023 - Conferee Dropped Senator Pol
4/26/2023 - Advisor Dropped Senator Koch
4/20/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Taylor G and Koch
4/20/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Garten and Pol
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - House Advisors appointed Miller D, Lehman and DeLaney
4/18/2023 - House Conferees appointed Bartels and Campbell
4/18/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/17/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Johnson
4/17/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Crane
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 426: yeas 30, nays 18
4/17/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/11/2023 - added as third sponsor Senator Doriot
4/11/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/11/2023 - Amendment #1 (Pol) failed; Roll Call 366: yeas 20, nays 28
4/11/2023 - Amendment #5 (Walker K) prevailed; voice vote
4/11/2023 - Amendment #6 (Garten) prevailed; voice vote
4/11/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - added as second sponsor Senator Koch
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 6; Nays: 4
4/5/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/20/2023 - Senate sponsor: Senator Garten
2/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 169: yeas 73, nays 24
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/16/2023 - Amendment #1 (Boy) failed; Roll Call 143: yeas 27, nays 64
2/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Miller D and Jordan
2/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/14/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 1
2/14/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Steve Bartels
 
HB1627SALE OF TAX SALE PROPERTIES TO NONPROFITS. (BAUER M) Provides that a tax sale statute concerning the sale of real property to eligible nonprofit entities for low or moderate income housing applies to all counties. (Current law provides that the provision only applies to a county having a consolidated city.)
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 159
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/18/2023 - House Concurred in Senate Amendments ; Roll Call 451: yeas 91, nays 2
4/18/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/13/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/11/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/10/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 346: yeas 49, nays 0
4/10/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
4/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/6/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
4/4/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/4/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
4/4/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/28/2023 - Pursuant to Senate Rule 68(b); reassigned to Committee on Tax and Fiscal Policy
3/28/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/27/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/20/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Pol
3/20/2023 - added as cosponsor Senator Mishler
3/20/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/16/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
3/16/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/1/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
3/1/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/20/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Rogers, Niezgodski, Young M
2/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 157: yeas 96, nays 1
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/16/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/14/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
2/14/2023 - House Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/9/2023 - added as coauthor Representative Teshka J
2/6/2023 - added as coauthor Representative May
1/19/2023 - Referred to House Local Government
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Coauthored by Representative Moed
1/19/2023 - Authored By Maureen Bauer
 
HB1647ATHLETIC TRAINERS. (MORRIS R) Amends the definition of "athletic trainer" to include an individual employed by an occupational facility to practice athletic training. Amends the definition of "athletic training" to include the diagnosis and rehabilitation of athletic injuries under the direction and supervision of a licensed physician, osteopath, podiatrist, or chiropractor, including the use of manual therapies related to the reconditioning of athletes, but not including joint manipulation of the spinal column. Defines "manual therapies" and "supervision". Changes the education standard for licensing by the board as an athletic trainer from the satisfactory completion of an academic program including certain accredited courses to: (1) obtaining a professional athletic training degree from a postsecondary educational institution that meets the academic standards established by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE); and (2) the successful completion of a Board of Certification, Inc. (BOC) examination. Provides that an individual may be exempted by the board from the examination requirement if the individual is certified by the BOC (instead of by the National Athletic Trainers Association) and authorizes the board to issue a temporary permit to practice as an athletic trainer to an individual who is practicing in a state that does not license or certify athletic trainers but is certified by the BOC (instead of by the National Athletic Trainers Association). Eliminates the requirement that the board contract with the National Athletic Trainers Association to conduct and score the qualifying examination for athletic trainers.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 252
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 522: yeas 49, nays 1; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 544: yeas 93, nays 1; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action Rule 86(m)
4/27/2023 - House Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/17/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/13/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Yoder and Byrne
4/13/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Garten and Niezgodski
4/11/2023 - House Advisors appointed Soliday, Jeter, Pressel and Bauer M
4/11/2023 - House Conferees appointed Morris and Errington
4/10/2023 - House dissented from Senate Amendments
4/10/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/4/2023 - Returned to the House with amendments
4/3/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 297: yeas 39, nays 8
4/3/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
3/30/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/30/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
3/28/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/27/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 7; Nays: 2
3/27/2023 - Senate Environmental Affairs, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to Senate Environmental Affairs
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/28/2023 - Referred to Senate
2/27/2023 - Senate sponsors: Senators Byrne, Garten, Niezgodski
2/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 248: yeas 75, nays 19
2/27/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/23/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/23/2023 - Amendment #2 (Morris) prevailed; voice vote
2/23/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/22/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/21/2023 - Placed back on second reading
2/21/2023 - House Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - House Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
2/15/2023 - House Environmental Affairs, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/1/2023 - House Environmental Affairs, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/23/2023 - added as coauthors Representatives Soliday, Pressel, Judy
1/19/2023 - Referred to House Environmental Affairs
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Robert Morris
 
SB2TAXATION OF PASS THROUGH ENTITIES. (BALDWIN S) Authorizes certain pass through entities to make an election to pay tax at the entity level based on each owner's aggregate share of adjusted gross income. Provides a refundable tax credit equal to the amount of tax paid by the electing entity with regard to the owner's share. Allows a credit for pass through entity taxes that are imposed by and paid to another state. Makes certain changes to provisions that apply to taxpayers who file a combined return for the financial institutions tax. Makes conforming changes for purposes of partnership audit and administrative adjustments.
 Current Status:   3/22/2023 - Public Law 1
 All Bill Status:   2/22/2023 - Public Law 1
2/22/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
2/20/2023 - added as cosponsors Representatives DeLaney and Porter
2/20/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
2/20/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
2/20/2023 - Returned to the Senate without amendments
2/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 151: yeas 98, nays 0
2/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/16/2023 - Amendment #1 (Porter) failed; Roll Call 144: yeas 28, nays 64
2/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/13/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 23; Nays: 0
2/13/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - Referred to Committee on Ways and Means
2/7/2023 - First Reading
2/7/2023 - Referred to House
2/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Thompson
2/6/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Snow
2/6/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 61: yeas 48, nays 0
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/2/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Buchanan
2/2/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/2/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Qaddoura
1/31/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/31/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
1/31/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/30/2023 - removed as third author Senator Holdman
1/23/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Ford Jon, Rogers, Walker K
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Scott Baldwin
 
SB3STATE AND LOCAL TAX REVIEW TASK FORCE. (HOLDMAN T) Establishes the state and local tax review task force (task force). Specifies the membership of the task force and the topics the task force is required to review. Provides that the member of the task force who is an economist is appointed jointly by the president pro tempore of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives. Provides for the selection of the chairperson and vice chairperson of the task force.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 163
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/28/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 535: yeas 50, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/28/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 562: yeas 96, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - House Advisors appointed Heine, Prescott and Harris
4/18/2023 - House Conferees appointed Thompson and Porter
4/18/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Niezgodski and Baldwin
4/18/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Holdman and Randolph Lonnie M
4/18/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 422: yeas 98, nays 0
4/17/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/13/2023 - Amendment #1 (Thompson) prevailed; voice vote
4/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/12/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/10/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 20; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/29/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/28/2023 - Referred to House
2/27/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Heine, Lehman, Prescott
2/27/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Thompson
2/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 166: yeas 49, nays 0
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/23/2023 - Amendment #3 (Yoder) failed; Roll Call 151: yeas 9, nays 39
2/23/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/23/2023 - Amendment #4 (Holdman) prevailed; voice vote
2/23/2023 - Amendment #1 (Holdman) prevailed; voice vote
2/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/14/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
2/14/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/23/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Garten
1/17/2023 - added as second author Senator Baldwin
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Travis Holdman
 
SB5CONSUMER DATA PROTECTION. (BROWN L) Establishes a new article in the Indiana Code concerning consumer data protection, to take effect January 1, 2026. Sets forth the following within the new article: (1) Definitions of various terms that apply throughout the article. (2) Exemptions from the bill's requirements concerning the responsibilities of controllers of consumers' personal data. (3) The rights of an Indiana consumer to do the following: (A) Confirm whether or not a controller is processing the consumer's personal data. (B) Correct inaccuracies in the consumer's personal data that the consumer previously provided to a controller. (C) Delete the consumer's personal data held by a controller. (D) Obtain a copy or representative summary of the consumer's personal data that the consumer previously provided to the controller. (E) Opt out of the processing of the consumer's personal data for certain purposes. (4) The responsibilities of controllers of consumers' personal data. (5) The roles of controllers and processors with respect to a consumer's personal data. (6) Requirements for data protection impact assessments by controllers of consumers' personal data. (7) Requirements for processing de-identified data or pseudonymous data. (8) Limitations as to the scope of the new article. (9) The authority of the attorney general to investigate and enforce suspected or actual violations of the new article. (10) The preemption of local rules, regulations, and laws regarding the processing of personal data. Allows the attorney general to publish certain resources on the attorney general's website.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 94
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 387: yeas 47, nays 0
4/13/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/12/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/12/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/11/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 380: yeas 98, nays 0
4/11/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/10/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/10/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/15/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/13/2023 - added as cosponsors Representatives Jeter C and Hamilton
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/27/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Rowray E
2/9/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/9/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Lehman
2/9/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 90: yeas 49, nays 0
2/9/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/7/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/7/2023 - Amendment #6 (Yoder) failed; voice vote
2/7/2023 - Amendment #11 (Brown L) prevailed; voice vote
2/7/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Bassler
2/2/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/30/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Koch, Doriot, Donato
1/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/26/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
1/26/2023 - Senate Commerce & Technology, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Walker K and Perfect
1/19/2023 - added as third author Senator Ford Jon
1/19/2023 - added as second author Senator Buchanan
1/9/2023 - Referred to Committee on Commerce and Technology
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Liz Brown
 
SB9ENERGY UTILITIES. (LEISING J) Amends the Indiana Code chapter concerning federally mandated requirements for energy utilities as follows: (1) Specifies that for purposes of the statute, "federally mandated costs" include the following: (A) Costs that an energy utility has incurred, or estimates that it will incur, in connection with a compliance project. (B) Costs that are directly related to the preparation and conduct of a regulatory proceeding. (C) Costs related to a compliance project and incurred by an energy utility before the date of: (i) the energy utility's application to the Indiana utility regulatory commission (IURC) for a certificate of public convenience and necessity (certificate) with respect to the compliance project; or (ii) the IURC's order with respect to the application; if the IURC finds the costs are just and reasonable. (2) Provides that an energy utility's application for a certificate for a compliance project must be filed either: (A) before; or (B) within a reasonable time with respect to; any federally mandated compliance date. (3) Specifies that recovery of the 80% of IURC-approved federally mandated costs that an energy utility may recover through a rate adjustment mechanism must commence no earlier than: (A) the date of a final agency action regarding the federally mandated requirement; or (B) in the absence of a final agency action, the date on which the federally mandated requirement becomes effective. Requires a public utility to notify the IURC if: (1) the public utility intends or decides to retire, sell, or transfer an electric generation facility with a capacity of at least 80 megawatts; and (2) the retirement, sale, or transfer: (A) was not set forth in; or (B) is to take place on a date earlier than the date specified in; the public utility's short term action plan in the public utility's most recently filed integrated resource plan (IRP). Provides that upon receiving such notice from a public utility, the IURC shall consider and may investigate the public utility's intention or decision to retire, sell, or transfer the electric generation facility. Provides that in considering the public utility's intention or decision, the commission shall examine the impact the retirement, sale, or transfer would have on the public utility's ability to meet: (1) the public utility's planning reserve margin requirements or other federal reliability requirements; and (2) the reliability adequacy metrics set forth in Indiana law. Provides that if the retirement, sale, or transfer was not set forth in, or is to take place earlier than specified in, the public utility's short term action plan in the public utility's most recently filed IRP, the IURC shall not permit the public utility's depreciation rates to be amended to reflect the accelerated date for the retirement, sale, or transfer of the electric generation asset unless the IURC finds that such an adjustment is necessary to ensure the ability of the public utility to provide reliable service to its customers, and that the unamended depreciation rates would cause an unjust and unreasonable impact on the public utility and its ratepayers. Authorizes the IURC to adopt a general administrative order to implement these provisions. Provides that these provisions: (1) do not apply to: (A) the retirement, sale, or transfer of a public utility's electric generation facility if the retirement, sale, or transfer is necessary for the public utility to comply with a federal consent decree; or (B) an electric generation facility that generates electricity for sale exclusively to the wholesale market; and (2) expire July 1, 2026.
 Current Status:   3/22/2023 - Public Law 2
 All Bill Status:   3/22/2023 - Public Law 2
3/22/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/22/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
3/22/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/21/2023 - removed as coauthor Senator Randolph
3/21/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 247: yeas 29, nays 12
3/21/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
3/21/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 270: yeas 65, nays 28
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/16/2023 - Amendment #1 (Pierce) failed; Roll Call 265: yeas 29, nays 60
3/16/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Frye
3/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/14/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 3
3/14/2023 - House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/13/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Manning
3/6/2023 - Referred to House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications
3/6/2023 - First Reading
3/1/2023 - Referred to House
2/28/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Becker
2/28/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Soliday
2/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 180: yeas 40, nays 9
2/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/27/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/27/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/23/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 6; Nays: 2
2/23/2023 - Senate Utilities, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/26/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Tomes
1/26/2023 - added as second author Senator Koch
1/17/2023 - Referred to Senate Utilities
1/17/2023 - First Reading
1/17/2023 - Authored By Jean Leising
 
SB35FINANCIAL LITERACY. (GASKILL M) Provides that, beginning with the cohort of students who are expected to graduate from a public school, a charter school, or a state accredited nonpublic school in 2028, an individual must successfully complete a personal financial responsibility course (course) before the individual may graduate. Creates requirements for content that must be covered in a course. Provides that a public school, a charter school, or a state accredited nonpublic school must offer instruction on a course as a separate subject. Provides that the state board may allow a course to satisfy one or more diploma course requirements.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 168
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 475: yeas 45, nays 0
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 495: yeas 85, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/25/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/25/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/24/2023 - Conferee Added Senator Raatz
4/24/2023 - Conferee Dropped Senator Ford J.D
4/24/2023 - Advisor Dropped Senator Raatz
4/19/2023 - Advisor Added Senator Deery
4/19/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Yoder, Raatz and Rogers
4/18/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Gaskill and Ford J.D
4/13/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/12/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/6/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/6/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 366: yeas 88, nays 1
4/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/4/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/4/2023 - Amendment #1 (Moseley) failed; Roll Call 347: yeas 31, nays 64
4/4/2023 - Amendment #4 (McGuire) prevailed; Roll Call 346: yeas 95, nays 0
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/29/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
3/29/2023 - House Education, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Education
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/27/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Rowray E
2/2/2023 - Referred to House
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Glick
1/31/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Davis M and Hall D
1/31/2023 - House sponsor: Representative King
1/31/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 41: yeas 47, nays 2
1/31/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Yoder
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Qaddoura
1/30/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
1/30/2023 - Amendment #1 (Gaskill) prevailed; voice vote
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Ford Jon
1/26/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/25/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
1/25/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/24/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Johnson, Crane, Ford J.D
1/18/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/17/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Deery, Alexander, Byrne, Freeman, Koch, Donato, Sandlin, Holdman
1/17/2023 - added as third author Senator Rogers
1/10/2023 - added as second author Senator Raatz
1/10/2023 - added as second author Senator Raatz
1/9/2023 - Referred to Committee on Education and Career Development
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Mike Gaskill
 
SB100EDUCATION MATTERS. (RAATZ J) Provides that a: (1) school that seeks state accreditation; and (2) national or regional accreditation agency that seeks to be recognized by the state board of education (state board); must complete and submit the applicable application form established by the state board. Requires the state board to do the following: (1) Not later than six months after the date a completed application is submitted, approve or deny the accreditation or recognition. (2) If the state board denies an accreditation or recognition, send notice to the school or national or regional accreditation agency stating the reasons for the denial. Requires the department of education (department) to post a copy of the application forms on the department's website. Provides that the Internet dashboard on the state board's website must include: (1) a school's disciplinary incident data; (2) data regarding a school's socioeconomic status and poverty rate; and (3) a school's proportion of fully licensed teachers. Allows the department to award grants under the student learning recovery grant program (program) in state fiscal years 2024 and 2025 from funds appropriated during the 2021 regular session of the Indiana general assembly that have not been obligated. Establishes additional dates for reporting requirements regarding the program. Provides that, as a component of the program application, the department may include a requirement for a school corporation or charter school to provide a matching grant. Provides that funds appropriated to the student learning recovery grant program fund do not revert to the state general fund and remain available to be spent for purposes of the program. Amends agreement requirements for the Indiana student enrichment grant program. Provides that an enrichment student who currently maintains an account is entitled to a grant amount that is subject to available funding and determined by the department. Repeals a provision that establishes a one time enrichment grant amount.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 171
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/26/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 487: yeas 48, nays 0
4/26/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 501: yeas 85, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/25/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/25/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/25/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Qaddoura and Rogers
4/18/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Raatz and Ford J.D
4/18/2023 - House Advisors appointed Goodrich, Cash and DeLaney
4/18/2023 - House Conferees appointed Behning and Smith V
4/18/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 425: yeas 98, nays 0
4/17/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/11/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 22; Nays: 0
4/11/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/30/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/29/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/29/2023 - House Education, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/22/2023 - House Education, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to House Education
3/6/2023 - First Reading
3/1/2023 - Referred to House
2/28/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative Goodrich
2/28/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Behning
2/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 183: yeas 49, nays 0
2/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/27/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/23/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Mishler
2/23/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/23/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
2/23/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/16/2023 - Committee Report do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
2/15/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
2/15/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/9/2023 - added as second author Senator Rogers
2/8/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/2/2023 - added as author Senator Raatz
2/2/2023 - removed as author Senator Bray
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Education and Career Development
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Rules and Legislative Procedure
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Rodric Bray
 
SB106LOCAL POWERS CONCERNING ELECTIONS. (BUCK J) Provides that a unit does not have the power to adopt an ordinance, a resolution, or an order concerning certain elections, or otherwise conduct an election, except as expressly granted by statute. Specifies that an ordinance, a resolution, or an order concerning certain elections that was adopted before January 1, 2023, is void unless a statute expressly granted the unit the power to adopt the ordinance, resolution, or order.
 Current Status:   4/5/2023 - Public Law 4
 All Bill Status:   4/5/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/4/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
3/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 259: yeas 92, nays 0
3/14/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/13/2023 - added as cosponsors Representatives Cherry, Pryor, Boy
3/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/9/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
3/8/2023 - House Elections and Apportionment, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Elections and Apportionment
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - Referred to House
2/20/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Brown L and Freeman
2/20/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Wesco
2/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 127: yeas 47, nays 0
2/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Walker G
2/14/2023 - added as third author Senator Ford J.D
2/13/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/13/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 7; Nays: 0
2/13/2023 - Senate Elections, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/9/2023 - added as second author Senator Ford Jon
2/9/2023 - added as author Senator Buck
2/9/2023 - removed as author Senator Bray
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Elections
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Rules and Legislative Procedure
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Rodric Bray
 
SB114RECEIVERSHIP FOR PAST DUE UTILITY BILLS. (KOCH E) Amends the Indiana Code provision that sets forth the cases in which a receiver may be appointed by a court to include the appointment of a receiver upon the request of a utility if the owner of a multifamily residential property with more than four units has incurred utility bills that are at least: (1) 90 days past due; or (2) 60 days past due if a payment plan has been entered into.
 Current Status:   4/5/2023 - Public Law 5
 All Bill Status:   4/5/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/29/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
3/22/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/13/2023 - Returned to the Senate without amendments
3/13/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 254: yeas 91, nays 0
3/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/9/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/9/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/7/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/7/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
3/7/2023 - House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/9/2023 - Referred to House
2/9/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Moed
2/7/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/7/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Qaddoura
2/7/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Becker and Raatz
2/7/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Jeter C and Steuerwald
2/7/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Soliday
2/7/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 77: yeas 50, nays 0
2/7/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Ford J.D
2/6/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - Amendment #1 (Koch) prevailed; voice vote
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Breaux
2/2/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Hunley and Leising
2/2/2023 - added as third author Senator Donato
2/2/2023 - added as second author Senator Yoder
2/2/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/2/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
2/2/2023 - Senate Utilities, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/24/2023 - added as author Senator Koch
1/24/2023 - removed as author Senator Bray
1/24/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Utilities
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Rules and Legislative Procedure
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Rodric Bray
 
SB154CERTAIN COUNTIES PURCHASING AND DATA PROCESSING. (NIEMEYER R) Provides that the county executive of Lake County has jurisdiction over the county purchasing agency and the county data processing agency. Provides that the county executive of St. Joseph County has jurisdiction over the county purchasing agency. (Under current law, the legislative body of Lake County has jurisdiction over both the county purchasing agency and the county data processing agency, and the legislative body of St. Joseph County has jurisdiction over the county purchasing agency.)
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 24
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 314: yeas 48, nays 0
4/4/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/3/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 309: yeas 96, nays 0
3/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/27/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/27/2023 - Amendment #1 (Boy) prevailed; voice vote
3/27/2023 - Amendment #2 (Slager) prevailed; voice vote
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/21/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/21/2023 - House Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Local Government
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/2/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Olthoff, Teshka J, DeVon
2/2/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Slager
2/2/2023 - Third reading passed;
2/2/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
1/31/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/31/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/30/2023 - added as third author Senator Bohacek
1/30/2023 - removed as coauthor Senator Bohacek
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Bohacek
1/26/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/26/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 1
1/26/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/23/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Mishler
1/23/2023 - added as second author Senator Rogers
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Rick Niemeyer
 
SB156TAX SALES. (NIEMEYER R) Provides that a person who acquires a certificate of sale (certificate) may not assign the certificate to a person who was not eligible under the tax sale laws to bid on or purchase real property at a tax sale until the person satisfies the eligibility requirements as determined by the county auditor. Requires a person to acknowledge that the person will not assign a certificate for any real property purchased to a person who is prohibited from bidding on or purchasing real property at a tax sale. Requires the county auditor to determine that an assignee of a certificate is eligible to receive the assignment for an assignment to be valid. Provides that assignments of a certificate must be included on the county auditor's tax sale record. Requires the county, the county auditor, or a county vendor to list certain information concerning tax sales on the website of the county, county auditor, or county vendor for a specified period of time. Specifies that a county or a county vendor is not liable for an act or omission related to making information available on a website.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 26
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 316: yeas 47, nays 1
4/4/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/3/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/23/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 294: yeas 89, nays 1
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/21/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/21/2023 - Amendment #1 (Slager) prevailed; voice vote
3/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/20/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Pryor
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/15/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/14/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Jackson
3/8/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - Referred to House
2/13/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Gaskill
2/13/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative Engleman
2/13/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Slager
2/13/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 100: yeas 49, nays 0
2/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/9/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/9/2023 - added as third author Senator Pol
2/9/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/9/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/2/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/2/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/26/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/17/2023 - added as second author Senator Dernulc
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Rick Niemeyer
 
SB157PARCELS OFFERED AT SUCCESSIVE TAX SALES. (NIEMEYER R) Requires that the county auditor's notice of tax sale include a statement providing that if a tract or item of real property has been offered for sale at a county treasurer's tax sale (treasurer's sale) and a county executive's tax sale (executive's sale) on two or more occasions without a bid, the tract or item of real property may be subject to an ordinance authorized by the bill. Adds a person who claims a substantial property interest of public record to a statute concerning the county auditor's provision of notice of tax sale to certain persons who annually request a copy of the notice. Provides that a person who owns any tract or item of real property that has been offered for sale at a treasurer's sale and executive's sale on two or more occasions without a bid is prohibited from bidding on or purchasing tracts offered for sale. Adds language that allows a county legislative body to adopt an ordinance with respect to parcels of real property that have been offered for sale at a treasurer's sale and an executive's sale on two or more occasions without a bid. Specifies that such a parcel (subject to certain criteria) is considered a public hazard. Establishes a procedure for a county to transfer a tax sale certificate to a municipality or retain a tax sale certificate and for a county or municipality to file a petition with the circuit court (court) requesting the issuance of a deed for the property to the requesting county or municipality. Provides that, at the request of a municipality, the county auditor and county treasurer (subject to available funding) shall enter into a mutual agreement for the county auditor to perform certain duties concerning notification of a party's right to redeem such a parcel and the filing of a petition to the court for issuance of a tax deed for the parcel. Provides that the court shall hold a hearing on the petition for issuance of a tax deed. Provides requirements that apply to a quiet title action with respect to a parcel placed into the name of a county or municipality. Provides that an owner of a parcel of real property that has been offered for sale at a treasurer's sale and an executive's sale on two or more occasions without a bid may transfer the real property, subject to any liens and encumbrances, by warranty deed to a county or municipality.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 27
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
3/30/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
3/28/2023 - Returned to the Senate without amendments
3/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 303: yeas 96, nays 0
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/21/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 3
3/21/2023 - House Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Local Government
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/9/2023 - Referred to House
2/7/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/7/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Qaddoura and Melton
2/7/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative Olthoff
2/7/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Slager
2/7/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 78: yeas 49, nays 0
2/7/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/2/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/2/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Pol
1/17/2023 - added as second author Senator Dernulc
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Rick Niemeyer
 
SB166ADVERSE POSSESSION STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS. (DORIOT B) Amends the statute concerning the statute of limitations for actions for the recovery of the possession of real estate to provide that such an action that: (1) involves a line located and established by a professional surveyor; and (2) accrues before the lines are located and established by the surveyor; must be commenced before the expiration of the appeal period set forth in the statute governing county surveyors. Amends the provision concerning the establishment of property lines by means of a legal survey to specify that the lines established are binding on all affected landowners, including a landowner who claims title under a claim of adverse possession. Provides that certain information must be contained in a notice of survey sent to adjoining landowners, and that a legible copy of the plat of the legal survey must be enclosed with the notice. Specifies that both an in county and out of county resident that owns a property subject to a survey has 180 days to appeal the survey to the circuit, superior, or probate court.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 99
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 389: yeas 47, nays 0
4/13/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/12/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/12/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/11/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 383: yeas 94, nays 0
4/11/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/10/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/10/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Alting
2/14/2023 - added as third author Senator Messmer
2/14/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Miller D and Bartels
2/14/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Torr
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed;
2/14/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Freeman
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Niezgodski
2/9/2023 - added as second author Senator Koch
2/9/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
2/8/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Blake Doriot
 
SB180ALLOCATION OF WASTEWATER UTILITY COSTS. (KOCH E) Allows a utility company that: (1) provides both water and wastewater service; and (2) has acquired wastewater utility property; to request, in the context of a petition by the utility company to the Indiana utility regulatory commission (IURC) for preapproval of a plan for proposed service enhancement improvements to the utility company's wastewater utility property, authorization from the IURC to allocate a portion of the eligible costs of the utility company's wastewater utility property to the utility company's water customers. Provides that if the petition includes such a request for an allocation of costs, the utility company shall provide a copy of: (1) the petition; and (2) the utility company's case in chief; to each intervenor in the utility company's last general rate case. Provides that the IURC may approve the request if the IURC finds that: (1) because of reasonable and necessary improvements that are proposed for the wastewater utility property, the resulting rates charged to wastewater customers would reach levels necessitating the provision of financial assistance to those customers; (2) the total rates charged by the utility company for water service will not increase unreasonably as a result of the allocation; (3) the utility company has included information in its proposal regarding the availability of grants or low interest loans and whether the utility company considered using grants or low interest loans to help finance or reduce the cost of the service enhancement improvements; and (4) the utility company has developed an asset management program. Provides that an increase in the total rates charged for water service by the utility company as a result of the allocation is not unreasonable to the extent the allocation results in an increase in authorized total revenues of 2% or less. Provides that if the IURC approves a utility company's request for an allocation of costs, the utility company shall include a notice on or with water customer monthly bills specifying the amount of the service enhancement improvement adjustment rider approved by the commission that recovers necessary wastewater utility improvements.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 100
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 390: yeas 46, nays 1
4/13/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/12/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/4/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/3/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 336: yeas 85, nays 5
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/30/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/30/2023 - Amendment #3 (Culp) prevailed; voice vote
3/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/21/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 1
3/21/2023 - House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/16/2023 - added as cosponsors Representatives Hall D and Heaton
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Soliday
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 137: yeas 44, nays 2
2/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - added as second author Senator Charbonneau
2/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/16/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 1
2/16/2023 - Senate Utilities, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Utilities
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Eric Koch
 
SB181CAUSE OF ACTION CONCERNING RESTRAINT OF TRADE. (KOCH E) Amends the statute concerning combinations restraining trade as follows: (1) Provides that the attorney general may bring an action for the following on behalf of the state or a political subdivision in connection with a violation of the statute: (A) Appropriate injunctive or other equitable relief, including disgorgement of any gains derived from the violation. (B) A civil penalty. (Current law provides only that the attorney general may bring an action for injuries or damages sustained directly or indirectly by the state or political subdivision as a result of the violation.) (2) Provides that the attorney general may bring an action in the name of the state as parens patriae on behalf of one or more natural persons residing in Indiana for one or more of these same remedies, in connection with a violation of the statute. (3) Specifies that in an action brought under these provisions, the attorney general may recover costs and expenses of the suit, including reasonable attorney's fees and expert fees. (Current law does not specify that the attorney general may recover expenses and expert fees.) (4) Provides that in an action brought under these provisions after June 30, 2023, the attorney general may recover a civil penalty of not more than: (A) $100,000 per violation from any natural person who violates the statute; or (B) $1,000,000 from any other person, other than a natural person, that violates the statute.
 Current Status:   4/5/2023 - Public Law 6
 All Bill Status:   4/5/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/4/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
3/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 260: yeas 93, nays 0
3/14/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/9/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/8/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
2/7/2023 - First Reading
1/26/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Steuerwald and Meltzer J
1/26/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Jeter
1/26/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 29: yeas 48, nays 0
1/26/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/24/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/24/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/23/2023 - added as second author Senator Brown L
1/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/19/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/18/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 9; Nays: 1
1/18/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Eric Koch
 
SB183UNCLAIMED PROPERTY MATTERS. (KOCH E) Defines "gift card". Makes various changes to statutes in the state's revised unclaimed property act concerning: (1) presumptions of abandonment; (2) reporting of unclaimed property; (3) delivery of property to the attorney general; (4) delivery of property from the attorney general to the presumed owner; (5) payment of gain realized or accrued on property; and (6) filing claims for property.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 101
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/10/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 350: yeas 48, nays 0
4/10/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/6/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/4/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/3/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 314: yeas 93, nays 1
3/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/27/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/22/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 24; Nays: 0
3/22/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/9/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
3/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/8/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/21/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative Steuerwald
2/21/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Jeter
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 138: yeas 44, nays 2
2/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/16/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 14; Nays: 0
2/16/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/14/2023 - added as second author Senator Freeman
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
2/1/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/1/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/25/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/18/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/9/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/9/2023 - First Reading
1/9/2023 - Authored By Eric Koch
 
SB242FLOODPLAIN MAPPING. (LEISING J) Repeals the requirement that local floodplain administrators use the "best floodplain mapping data" as provided by the department of natural resources (department) and located on the Indiana Floodplain Information Portal when reviewing an application for a permit to authorize construction in or near a floodplain. Provides that, after June 30, 2023, a county or municipality may not issue a permit for construction activity in or near a floodplain unless the permit applicant is allowed to elect whether the local floodplain administrator will use: (1) the department's "best floodplain mapping data"; or (2) an engineering study provided by the permit applicant; in reviewing the permit application. Prohibits a local floodplain administrator from issuing a permit authorizing a structure or construction activity in or near a floodplain if the issuance of the permit will violate National Flood Insurance Program requirements. Provides that, after June 30, 2025, an individual may not serve as the floodplain administrator of a county or municipality unless the individual has successfully completed: (1) the Certified Floodplain Manager program of the Association of State Floodplain Managers; or (2) another course or training program for local floodplain managers that is approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency or the department. Provides that a person that has: (1) an ownership interest; (2) a leasehold interest; or (3) a security interest; in a parcel of real property may at any time request a review by the department of the department's "best floodplain mapping data" that applies to the parcel of real property. Requires the department to conduct the review at no cost to the person requesting the review and to use a detailed hydrologic modeling method in conducting the review. Provides that: (1) if the person requesting the review has applied to a local floodplain administrator for a permit authorizing the construction of a structure or other construction activity on the parcel of real property; and (2) the department does not complete the review within 120 days after the review was requested; the person may elect whether the local floodplain administrator, in reviewing the person's permit application, will use the department's "best floodplain mapping data" or an engineering study provided by the person. Provides that, in the disclosure form that is adopted by the Indiana real estate commission and that must be submitted to a prospective buyer of real estate before the prospective buyer's offer is accepted, the owner of real estate must disclose the fact that all or a portion of the owner's real estate is located within a community's floodplain boundaries, as indicated in a Federal Emergency Management Agency Flood Insurance Rate Map, if the owner has personal knowledge of that fact.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 175
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 503: yeas 40, nays 9; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 531: yeas 94, nays 1; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/25/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/24/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/19/2023 - House Advisors appointed Prescott, Abbott, Lindauer and Boy
4/19/2023 - House Conferees appointed Baird and Hamilton
4/18/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Breaux and Garten
4/18/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Leising and Qaddoura
4/18/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/18/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 427: yeas 73, nays 25
4/17/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/12/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/12/2023 - Amendment #1 (Hamilton) failed; Roll Call 403: yeas 27, nays 66
4/12/2023 - Amendment #2 (Baird) prevailed; voice vote
4/12/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - Placed back on second reading
4/11/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/10/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/27/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/22/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/22/2023 - House Natural Resources, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Natural Resources
2/28/2023 - First Reading
1/30/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Ford Jon and Tomes
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Buck
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Gaskill
1/30/2023 - added as third author Senator Raatz
1/30/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Barrett, Prescott, Lindauer
1/30/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Baird
1/30/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 36: yeas 40, nays 5
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/26/2023 - Amendment #2 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 26: yeas 8, nays 40
1/26/2023 - Amendment #1 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 25: yeas 8, nays 40
1/26/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/26/2023 - Amendment #3 (Breaux) failed; voice vote
1/26/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/19/2023 - Senate Natural Resources, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/10/2023 - Referred to Senate Natural Resources
1/10/2023 - First Reading
1/10/2023 - Authored By Jean Leising
 
SB268PROHIBITED PENSION SYSTEM INVESTMENTS. (GARTEN C) Prohibits the Indiana public retirement system from investing in certain restricted entities or restricted investment products, including particular investments publicly confirmed to be controlled by the People's Republic of China or the Chinese Communist Party. Specifies exceptions, a divestment schedule, and reporting requirements. Adds a provision urging the legislative council to assign to the interim study committee on pension management oversight the topic of studying whether to cease or defer divestment or resume investment in an entity or product in accordance with the provisions regarding divestment from Chinese companies.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 104
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/18/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/18/2023 - Returned to the Senate without amendments
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 429: yeas 96, nays 0
4/17/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/11/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
4/11/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 23; Nays: 0
4/11/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/6/2023 - Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
4/6/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
4/6/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
4/6/2023 - House Employment, Labor and Pensions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to House Employment, Labor and Pensions
3/6/2023 - First Reading
3/1/2023 - Referred to House
2/28/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Tomes
2/28/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Raatz
2/28/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Jeter C, Carbaugh, VanNatter
2/28/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Judy
2/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 189: yeas 49, nays 0
2/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/27/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/27/2023 - Amendment #1 (Garten) prevailed; voice vote
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/23/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/23/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Messmer
2/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/23/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
2/23/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/16/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Koch and Gaskill
1/30/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Crane, Walker G, Doriot, Perfect
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Busch
1/26/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Rogers
1/26/2023 - Pursuant to Senate Rule 68(b); reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
1/26/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/25/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
1/25/2023 - Senate Pensions and Labor, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/24/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Baldwin and Buchanan
1/24/2023 - added as third author Senator Freeman
1/24/2023 - added as second author Senator Holdman
1/23/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Zay
1/11/2023 - Referred to Senate Pensions and Labor
1/11/2023 - First Reading
1/11/2023 - Authored By Chris Garten
 
SB271CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY PARKS. (BUCHANAN B) Specifies additional information that a certified technology park (park) is required to provide to the Indiana economic development corporation (corporation) in the course of a review. Provides that if a park has reached the limit on deposits and maintains its certification, the park shall become a Level 2 park. Increases, from $100,000 to $250,000, the annual additional incremental income tax deposit amount that a park captures once it has reached its limit on deposits. Clarifies the calculation of the additional incremental income tax deposit amount in the year in which a park reaches its limit on deposits. Provides that when the corporation certifies a Level 2 park, the corporation shall make a determination of whether the park shall continue to be designated as a Level 2 park. Requires the corporation to report to the budget committee certain information pertaining to businesses located in each park on a biennial basis.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 105
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/10/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 352: yeas 48, nays 0
4/10/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/6/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 353: yeas 96, nays 0
4/4/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Pierce M
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/29/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 21; Nays: 0
3/29/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/22/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/14/2023 - added as cosponsors Representatives Rowray E and Heine
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/2/2023 - Referred to House
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
1/31/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Snow
1/31/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 50: yeas 49, nays 0
1/31/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/30/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
1/30/2023 - Amendment #1 (Melton) prevailed; voice vote
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/23/2023 - added as second author Senator Holdman
1/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/19/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
1/19/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/11/2023 - Referred to Senate Appropriations
1/11/2023 - First Reading
1/11/2023 - Authored By Brian Buchanan
 
SB287VARIOUS PROBATE AND TRUST MATTERS. (FREEMAN A) Provides that a person may sign a form of living will declaration or a form of life prolonging procedures will declaration in the presence of a notary public. Removes nonconforming language in a petition for administration statute. Clarifies the service requirements for certain probate notices. Provides that a testator or a testator's agent may send written notice of the existence of a will to certain persons. Provides that if a testator's will includes a provision exercising a power of appointment, the testator or the testator's agent may notify certain persons of the existence of the will. Provides that a written notice of the existence of a will contains certain information. Provides for a procedure to contest certain wills. Provides that if a notice to contest the validity of a trust pertains to a trust created by a settlor who is still living, a complete copy of the trust instrument must be sent with the notice to each recipient. Sets forth certain complaint and notice requirements if a trust is being contested. Allows a court to increase, decrease, or waive the bond amount that: (1) a nonresident personal representative; or (2) a personal representative who becomes a nonresident; is to file in order to administer an unsupervised estate. Sets forth the requirements for: (1) a verified petition for a confidential health disclosure order; and (2) the court procedures after the verified petition is filed. Provides that if a settlor revokes a revocable trust and the trustee does not deliver the trust property, the remaining trust property becomes part of the revoking settlor's probate estate. Provides that certain grantors are entitled to reimbursement from a trust for certain taxes. Provides that an individual may execute certain authority for an application for public benefits on behalf of the individual. Sets forth requirements for the enforcement of a portability agreement contained within a premarital agreement or postmarital agreement. Makes conforming and clarifying changes. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the probate code study commission.)
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 38
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/18/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
3/30/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
3/28/2023 - Returned to the Senate without amendments
3/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 304: yeas 96, nays 0
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/15/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/2/2023 - Referred to House
1/31/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Torr
1/31/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 53: yeas 49, nays 0
1/31/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/30/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - Committee Report without recommendation, adopted
1/26/2023 - Pursuant to Senate Rule 68(b); reassigned to Committee on Rules and Legislative Procedure
1/23/2023 - added as second author Senator Koch
1/19/2023 - Pursuant to Senate Rule 68(b); reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
1/19/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/18/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
1/18/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/11/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/11/2023 - First Reading
1/11/2023 - Authored By Aaron Freeman
 
SB296SALE OF TAX DELINQUENT REAL PROPERTY. (KOCH E) Defines the term "severed interest" as an improvement, mineral rights, air rights, water rights, or other rights in property in, on, under, or above the land for which the owner or holder of the interest identified in the current real property tax records of the county auditor is sent a separate property tax statement. Provides that the estate in fee simple that is vested in a grantee by a tax deed executed under the law on the sale of tax delinquent property is subject to a lease shown by public record if the tax deed conveys only a severed interest located in, on, under, or above the land. Provides that the rights that an owner of land has in the land, in a lease shown by public record, or in a memorandum of a lease shown by public record are not limited or abrogated by a tax deed conveying an interest in one or more severed improvements.
 Current Status:   4/5/2023 - Public Law 7
 All Bill Status:   4/5/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/29/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
3/22/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/16/2023 - Returned to the Senate without amendments
3/16/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 266: yeas 88, nays 0
3/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/14/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/9/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/8/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/8/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative Steuerwald
2/21/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Jeter
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 140: yeas 46, nays 0
2/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - added as third author Senator Pol
2/20/2023 - added as second author Senator Brown L
2/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/15/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
2/15/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/8/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Eric Koch
 
SB298UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT CHARGES. (KOCH E) Amends the statute governing infrastructure improvement charges for water or wastewater utilities as follows: (1) Provides that in the case of a municipally owned utility or a not-for-profit utility, the adjustment amount to an eligible utility's basic rates and charges for the recovery of infrastructure improvement costs shall be recovered over a 12 month period, regardless of the amount of time over which the infrastructure improvement costs were incurred. (2) Provides that a utility may not recover through an infrastructure improvement charge any infrastructure improvement costs that are recovered by the utility through contributions in aid of construction. (3) Provides that when an eligible utility files a petition for an adjustment amount with the Indiana utility regulatory commission (IURC), the office of utility consumer counselor (OUCC) may examine information of the eligible utility, limited to confirming: (A) that the infrastructure improvements for which recovery is sought are eligible for cost recovery under the statute; and (B) the proper calculation of the proposed adjustment amount. (Existing law provides that the OUCC may examine the information of an eligible utility to confirm these matters, but does not specify that the OUCC's examination is limited to the confirmation of these matters.) (4) Provides that if the IURC finds that an eligible utility's proposed adjustment amount has not been calculated correctly, the IURC shall: (A) provide the correct calculation of the adjustment amount; and (B) allow the eligible utility to implement the corrected adjustment amount. (5) Amends the factors that the IURC may consider in determining the amount of allowable recovery of infrastructure improvement costs for a municipally owned utility or a not-for-profit utility to provide that the IURC may consider other expenses that the IURC considers appropriate, including money for the payment of any taxes that may be assessed against: (A) a municipally owned utility; or (B) a not-for-profit utility or its property; as applicable. (6) Specifies that in the case of a municipally owned utility or not-for-profit utility, the statute's cap limiting total adjustment revenues to 10% of an eligible utility's approved base revenue level applies over the course of each 12 month recovery period. (7) Amends the statute's provisions requiring an eligible utility to reconcile the difference between adjustment revenues and infrastructure improvement costs as follows: (A) Specifies that the reconciliation must occur at the end of each 12 month recovery period. (B) Provides that in the case of a municipally owned utility or a not-for-profit utility, the adjustment amount shall be reset to zero after all previously approved infrastructure improvement costs have been collected.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 39
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/3/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/21/2023 - Returned to the Senate without amendments
3/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 273: yeas 94, nays 0
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/16/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Hall D
3/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/14/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/14/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/14/2023 - House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Soliday
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 115: yeas 49, nays 0
2/14/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - added as second author Senator Charbonneau
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/9/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/9/2023 - Senate Utilities, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to Senate Utilities
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Eric Koch
 
SB302REGULATION OF CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. (BROWN L) Prohibits a state agency or a state official from imposing on a charitable organization any filing or reporting requirements that are more stringent or burdensome than those imposed by, or authorized under, state or federal law. Provides that this limitation does not apply: (1) to requirements imposed in connection with: (A) state grants or contracts; or (B) fraud investigations; or (2) in connection with an enforcement action against a specific charitable organization.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 40
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/3/2023 - Signed by the Speaker
3/21/2023 - Returned to the Senate without amendments
3/20/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 274: yeas 93, nays 1
3/20/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Pack R
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/14/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Miller D
3/14/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/14/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/14/2023 - House Government and Regulatory Reform, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/7/2023 - Referred to House Government and Regulatory Reform
2/7/2023 - First Reading
1/26/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Buck
1/24/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Karickhoff
1/24/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 22: yeas 50, nays 0
1/24/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/19/2023 - added as second author Senator Koch
1/19/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/18/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
1/18/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Liz Brown
 
SB314ADDRESS CONFIDENTIALITY. (GASKILL M) Makes the following changes to the definition of "covered person" for purposes of the statutes concerning restricted addresses: (1) Replaces a "victim of domestic violence" with an individual who is an address confidentiality "program participant". (2) Includes any person who resides in the same household as a person considered a "covered person". Urges the legislative council to assign to the appropriate interim study committee the topic of studying certain topics regarding address confidentiality protections.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 180
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/24/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 469: yeas 44, nays 0
4/24/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 476: yeas 92, nays 1; Rules Suspended
4/24/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/20/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/20/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/19/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Randolph Lonnie M, Rogers and Brown L
4/18/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Gaskill and Pol
4/13/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/12/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 355: yeas 71, nays 26
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/21/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/21/2023 - House Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/13/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Olthoff
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Local Government
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/2/2023 - Referred to House
1/31/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Engleman
1/31/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 55: yeas 49, nays 0
1/31/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/30/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/25/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
1/25/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Mike Gaskill
 
SB317CONTRACTING AND PURCHASING. (ZAY A) Provides that a political subdivision may make advance payments to contractors to enable the contractors to purchase materials needed for a public works project of the political subdivision. Provides that a political subdivision may make advance payments for goods or services before the goods are delivered or services are completed if the fiscal body of the political subdivision authorizes advance payments.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 181
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 478: yeas 49, nays 0
4/25/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 499: yeas 82, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/25/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/25/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/24/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/19/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Ford J.D. and Bohacek
4/18/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Zay and Pol
4/13/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/12/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
3/30/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 330: yeas 89, nays 1
3/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/28/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/28/2023 - Amendment #4 (May) prevailed; voice vote
3/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/20/2023 - Placed back on second reading
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/14/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Miller D
3/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/14/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 0
3/14/2023 - House Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Local Government
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/2/2023 - Referred to House
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Melton
1/30/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative Sweet L
1/30/2023 - House sponsor: Representative May
1/30/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 38: yeas 44, nays 0
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
1/26/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
1/26/2023 - Amendment #1 (Zay) prevailed; voice vote
1/26/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/24/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Ford J.D
1/24/2023 - added as third author Senator Pol
1/24/2023 - added as second author Senator Bohacek
1/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/19/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
1/19/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Andy Zay
 
SB332PLANNING AND ZONING AFFECTING MILITARY BASES. (MESSMER M) Allows a unit to establish a military impact zoning district for an area adversely impacted by the effects of military operations. Establishes a state area of interest that is comprised of land within one or both of the following: (1) Within three miles of certain military installations. (2) Within a military impact zoning district. Makes planning, zoning, and development activity (activity) in a state area of interest subject to the military installation commander's determination regarding the activity's impact on military operations. Allows a representative of the military installation to serve as a nonvoting adviser to the unit's plan commission. Requires a lease or real estate sales disclosure form to disclose that the property is within a state area of interest. Provides that the responsibility for the disclosure required by the owner that the property is located near a military installation rests solely with the owner of the property and no liability for the owner's failure to make the required disclosure shall accrue to any third party.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 43
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/18/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 323: yeas 48, nays 0
4/4/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/3/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/23/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 295: yeas 90, nays 0
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/14/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/14/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
3/14/2023 - House Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Local Government
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/7/2023 - Referred to House
2/6/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Koch
2/6/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Charbonneau
2/6/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives May, Lindauer, Karickhoff
2/6/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Manning
2/6/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 69: yeas 49, nays 0
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/2/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Walker G
2/2/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/2/2023 - Amendment #1 (Donato) prevailed; voice vote
2/2/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
1/31/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Dernulc and Tomes
1/31/2023 - added as third author Senator Donato
1/31/2023 - added as second author Senator Buck
1/31/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Yoder
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Garten
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/26/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
1/26/2023 - Senate Local Government, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to Senate Local Government
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Mark Messmer
 
SB343VARIOUS CRIMINAL LAW MATTERS. (FREEMAN A) 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 increases the penalty to a Level 5 felony if certain circumstances exist. Permits a person to petition for expungement of an arrest if no charges have been filed within one year of the arrest. (Under current law, the arrest is expunged without a petition after 180 days.) Requires a court, in granting a petition for expungement, to include in the order statutory language specifying that the person's civil rights are restored. Allows disclosure of expunged records to a school in connection with the employment of a person likely to have contact with a student. Specifies that an expunged record may not be destroyed or deleted. Repeals the requirement that certain acts taken by a prosecuting attorney are invalid without a seal. Makes conforming amendments and a technical correction.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 185
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/26/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 516: yeas 83, nays 12; Rules Suspended
4/26/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 491: yeas 40, nays 9
4/26/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/26/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/25/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/24/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/20/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Taylor G and Sandlin
4/20/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Freeman and Pol
4/20/2023 - House Advisors appointed Steuerwald, Negele, McNamara and Pierce M
4/20/2023 - House Conferees appointed Torr and Gore
4/19/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/19/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/11/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/10/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 377: yeas 85, nays 12
4/10/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Gore M
4/10/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/6/2023 - Amendment #1 (Errington) failed; Roll Call 365: yeas 33, nays 56
4/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/6/2023 - Amendment #2 (Pierce) failed; Division of the House: yeas 27, nays 61
4/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/29/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 3
3/29/2023 - House Courts and Criminal Code, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to House Courts and Criminal Code
3/6/2023 - First Reading
3/1/2023 - Referred to House
2/28/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Torr
2/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 196: yeas 39, nays 10
2/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/27/2023 - added as second author Senator Sandlin
2/27/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/27/2023 - Amendment #2 (Freeman) prevailed; voice vote
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/21/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 7; Nays: 1
2/21/2023 - Senate Corrections and Criminal Law, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Corrections and Criminal Law
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Aaron Freeman
 
SB344NORTHEAST INDIANA STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION. (HOLDMAN T) Establishes the northeast Indiana strategic development fund (fund) administered by the northeast Indiana strategic development commission (commission). Prohibits money in the fund from being used for the purposes of expanding or increasing access to broadband. Adds additional purposes to be carried out by the commission in the development area. Expands the membership of the commission to include two additional voting members to be appointed by the mayors and commissioners caucus of the northeast Indiana regional development authority and specifies certain qualifications for the appointments.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 186
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 545: yeas 93, nays 1; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 516: yeas 47, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/20/2023 - Advisor Added Representative Heine
4/20/2023 - Conferee Added Representative Judy
4/20/2023 - Conferee Dropped Representative Heine
4/20/2023 - Advisor Dropped Representative Judy
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - House Advisors appointed Snow, Judy and Miller K
4/18/2023 - House Conferees appointed Heine and GiaQuinta
4/18/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Melton and Busch
4/18/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Holdman and Randolph Lonnie M
4/18/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/12/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/11/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 387: yeas 97, nays 0
4/11/2023 - added as cosponsors Representatives Lehman and Snow C
4/11/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/10/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/10/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 23; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/29/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/9/2023 - Referred to House
2/7/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/7/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative GiaQuinta
2/7/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Heine
2/7/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 83: yeas 49, nays 0
2/7/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/31/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/30/2023 - added as second author Senator Busch
1/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/26/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
1/24/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
1/24/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/12/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Travis Holdman
 
SB345TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. (HOLDMAN T) Defines "safe haven infant". Provides that a licensed child placing agency may not take certain actions against an individual based upon the individual's immunization status. Allows the emergency medical services provider to notify either the department of child services (department) or a licensed child placing agency to take custody of a safe haven infant. Requires the department and a licensed child placing agency to contact certain agencies to determine if the safe haven infant has been reported missing. Provides that a safe haven infant is presumed eligible for Medicaid. Establishes procedures for termination of parent-child relationship involving a safe haven infant. Requires the department's attorney or a licensed child placing agency to file a petition to terminate the parent-child relationship not later than 15 days after taking custody of the safe haven infant. Requires a licensed child placing agency to place the safe haven infant with a preapproved adoptive parent. Provides that both parents' consent to termination of the parent-child relationship is irrevocably implied without further court action if, after at least 28 days, neither parent petitioned the court for custody. Requires that a putative parent notice be published and provides specific language for the notice. Requires an affidavit of publication of the putative parent notice to be filed with the court. Prohibits the court from inquiring about the reason for the parents' absence. Provides that a prospective adoptive family may only be charged certain costs by the licensed child placement agency.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 45
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 324: yeas 48, nays 0
4/4/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/3/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 284: yeas 81, nays 14
3/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/15/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/8/2023 - House Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Judiciary
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/27/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Rowray E
2/21/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Raatz
2/21/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Johnson
2/21/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Carbaugh and Heine
2/21/2023 - House sponsor: Representative King
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 142: yeas 46, nays 0
2/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - Amendment #1 (Holdman) prevailed; voice vote
2/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/16/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Buck
2/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/15/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/15/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/1/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/26/2023 - added as second author Senator Brown L
1/12/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/12/2023 - First Reading
1/12/2023 - Authored By Travis Holdman
 
SB353RISK MANAGEMENT AND CATASTROPHIC LIABILITY FUNDS. (CHARBONNEAU E) Authorizes the insurance commissioner to cease operation of the political subdivision risk management fund upon a determination by the insurance commissioner that: (1) all political subdivisions that were members of the fund have withdrawn from the fund; and (2) all payment of the liabilities of former members of the fund have been determined and finalized. Authorizes the insurance commissioner to cease operation of the political subdivision catastrophic liability fund upon a determination by the insurance commissioner that: (1) all political subdivisions that were members of the fund have withdrawn from the fund; and (2) all payment of the liabilities of former members of the fund have been determined and finalized. Requires the insurance commissioner, when ceasing operation of one of the funds, to distribute the balance in the fund to former members of the fund, distributing to each former member an amount proportional to the total of assessments and (in the case of the political subdivision risk management fund) surcharges paid by the former member. Provides that the laws establishing the political subdivision risk management fund and the political subdivision catastrophic liability fund expire when the insurance commissioner certifies to the executive director of the legislative services agency that: (1) the funds have no remaining members; (2) all payments of liabilities of former members of the funds have been determined and finalized; and (3) the balances in the funds have been distributed to former members of the funds. Amends a provision of the law concerning tort claims against governmental entities to provide that giving notice of a tort claim against a political subdivision to the political subdivision risk management commission is not required if the law establishing the political subdivision risk management commission has expired.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 46
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 357: yeas 96, nays 1
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/29/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 21; Nays: 0
3/29/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/23/2023 - Referred to House Ways and Means
3/23/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/22/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
3/22/2023 - House Insurance, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Insurance
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/16/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Moseley
2/14/2023 - Referred to House
2/13/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Pressel and Harris
2/13/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Slager
2/13/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 108: yeas 47, nays 1
2/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/9/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/9/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/6/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/6/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/2/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Melton
2/2/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/2/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/17/2023 - Referred to Senate Appropriations
1/17/2023 - First Reading
1/17/2023 - Authored By Ed Charbonneau
 
SB390COMMERCIAL SOLAR AND WIND ENERGY READY COMMUNITIES. (MESSMER M) Provides that the commercial solar and wind energy ready communities development center (center) may be established within the Indiana office of energy development (office). Provides that the center, if established, shall: (1) provide comprehensive, easily accessible information concerning permits required for commercial solar projects and wind power projects; and (2) work with permit authorities concerning those projects. Requires the center to create and administer a program to certify counties and municipalities as commercial solar energy ready communities and wind energy ready communities. Requires the office to certify a county or municipality as a commercial solar energy ready community or a wind energy ready community if the county or municipality meets certain requirements, including the adoption of a commercial solar regulation or wind power regulation that includes standards that are not more restrictive than the default standards established by Indiana law. Provides that a commercial solar and wind energy ready communities incentive fund (fund) may be established by the office. Provides that if: (1) a county or municipality receives certification as a commercial solar energy ready community or a wind energy ready community; (2) a project owner constructs a commercial solar project or wind power project in the county or municipality; (3) the fund is established; and (4) there is a sufficient balance in the fund; the office may authorize the county or municipality to receive from the fund, for a period of 10 years, $1 per megawatt hour of electricity generated by the commercial solar project or wind power project.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 50
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/17/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 327: yeas 32, nays 16
4/4/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/3/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 315: yeas 86, nays 8
3/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/27/2023 - removed as cosponsor Representative Lindauer
3/27/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
3/27/2023 - Amendment #1 (Judy) prevailed; Division of the House: yeas 64, nays 29
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/21/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
3/21/2023 - House Committee recommends passage Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
3/21/2023 - House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications
3/6/2023 - First Reading
3/1/2023 - Referred to House
2/28/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Lindauer, Bartels, Hamilton
2/28/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Soliday
2/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 199: yeas 36, nays 12
2/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/27/2023 - added as second author Senator Koch
2/27/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/27/2023 - Amendment #1 (Messmer) prevailed; voice vote
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/23/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 2
2/23/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/13/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/9/2023 - Senate Appropriations, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Appropriations
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Mark Messmer
 
SB404ACCESS TO TRANSCRIPTS. (DEERY S) Provides that a state educational institution or private postsecondary educational institution operated for profit (institution) in Indiana may not: (1) refuse to provide a transcript for a current or former student of the institution on the grounds that the student owes a debt to the institution; (2) charge a higher fee for obtaining a transcript or provide less favorable treatment of a request for a transcript of a current or former student who owes a debt to the institution; or (3) withhold from a current or former student's transcript any degrees earned on the grounds that the student owes a debt to the institution; if the student has paid certain amounts in the past year on the debt owed. Provides that a current or former student may bring a civil action against an institution for a violation of these provisions.
 Current Status:   4/20/2023 - Public Law 51
 All Bill Status:   4/20/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/18/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/4/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 328: yeas 48, nays 0
4/4/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/3/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 285: yeas 95, nays 0
3/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/20/2023 - added as cosponsors Representatives Cash B, Hatcher, Klinker
3/20/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/16/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/15/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 0
3/15/2023 - House Education, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Education
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/14/2023 - House sponsor: Representative McGuire
2/14/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 119: yeas 47, nays 2
2/14/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/8/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
2/8/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/2/2023 - added as third author Senator Buchanan
2/1/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/26/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Qaddoura
1/26/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Ford J.D
1/25/2023 - Senate Education & Career Development, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/23/2023 - added as second author Senator Walker K
1/19/2023 - Referred to Committee on Education and Career Development
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Spencer Deery
 
SB412NATURAL RESOURCES MATTERS. (GLICK S) Authorizes the Little Calumet River basin development commission to make bank improvements and remove sediment and flood-causing debris in the area subject to its jurisdiction, subject only to the authority of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Authorizes the division of water (division) of the department of natural resources (department), under certain circumstances, to file with the county recorder an affidavit stating that a violation or deficiency that is the subject of an enforcement action involving a structure classified by the department as a high hazard structure exists on a particular property in the county. Provides that the affidavit must: (1) include a sworn statement that a violation or deficiency exists on the property; (2) be recorded in the deed records of the county; (3) be designed and worded so as to provide notice to the public; and (4) include certain details about the property and current owner. Requires the department to file a release of the affidavit when the violation or deficiency is resolved. Requires the division to pay the fees for recording the affidavit and for recording a release of the affidavit. Amends the law on natural resources commission (commission) rules concerning lakes and reservoirs to eliminate provisions concerning the mediation of disputes. Amends the flood control law: (1) to require a person who applies for a permit to create or maintain a structure, obstruction, deposit, or excavation on a site in a floodway to provide documentation of the person's ownership of the site or an affidavit from the owner of the site authorizing the performance of the proposed work; and (2) to allow a person who applies for a permit to file an amendment to the permit application. Amends the floodplain management law: (1) to require the commission to meet at least once every five years with officials of counties and municipalities to promote cooperation among counties and municipalities, provide technical and data assistance, conduct training, and provide communications and outreach; (2) to provide that county and municipality officials may request to meet with the commission on a periodic basis; (3) to require a permit for the creation, use, or maintenance of a structure, obstruction, deposit, or excavation on any state owned or state managed property in a floodplain; (4) to provide that the lowest floor of any structure erected on state owned or state managed property in a floodplain must be least two feet above the 100 year frequency flood elevation; and (5) to require the commission to review and timely respond to any request from a county or municipality to revise the delineation of a flood hazard area. Provides that a person who applies for a permit authorizing the construction of a structure or other construction activity in or near a floodplain may elect whether: (1) mapping data provided by the department; or (2) an engineering study provided by the applicant; will be used by the local floodplain administrator when reviewing the person's permit application, and prohibits a local floodplain administrator from issuing a permit if the issuance of the permit would affect the county's or municipality's eligibility to participate in the National Flood Insurance Program. Amends the timber buyers law to provide that information in a timber buyer's records about the timber buyer's transactions with a particular timber grower may be disclosed to that timber grower. Provides that if a local governmental agency in county located along the Lake Michigan shore does not approve or deny a completed application for a nonemergency seawall or revetment permit within 30 business days after it is submitted, the permit is automatically approved and considered issued to the applicant. Requires the department to coordinate with local governmental agencies for purposes of the seawall or revetment permit process. Makes conforming changes.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 191
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 546: yeas 92, nays 3; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 517: yeas 39, nays 9; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/26/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/18/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Breaux and Leising
4/18/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Glick and Qaddoura
4/13/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/12/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
3/28/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 316: yeas 89, nays 4
3/28/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/27/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Harris
3/27/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/23/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/22/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 1
3/22/2023 - House Natural Resources, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to House Natural Resources
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/28/2023 - Referred to House
2/27/2023 - added as second author Senator Leising
2/27/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Lindauer
2/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 172: yeas 45, nays 4
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/23/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/23/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/23/2023 - Amendment #2 (Perfect) prevailed; voice vote
2/23/2023 - Amendment #1 (Glick) prevailed; voice vote
2/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/21/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/20/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 8; Nays: 0
2/20/2023 - Senate Natural Resources, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/6/2023 - Senate Natural Resources, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Natural Resources
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Susan Glick
 
SB417VARIOUS TAX MATTERS. (BALDWIN S) Makes certain changes to the nonprofit organization sales tax exemption threshold after which nonprofit organizations are required to collect state sales tax. Authorizes a county to impose a local income tax (LIT) rate for county staff expenses of the state judicial system in the county. Provides that the expenses paid from the LIT revenue may not comprise more than 50% of the county's total budgeted operational staffing expenses related to the state judicial system in any given year. Requires certain reporting requirements related to the use of the LIT revenue. Specifies a three business day grace period following the postmark date of a document during which the department of state revenue will consider the document received to be timely filed for purposes of a due date. Makes certain changes to the nonprofit organization sales tax exemption threshold after which nonprofit organizations are required to collect state sales tax.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 193
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/24/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/19/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 457: yeas 37, nays 5
4/19/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/18/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 359: yeas 94, nays 3
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/29/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 21; Nays: 0
3/29/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/22/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to Committee on Ways and Means
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/28/2023 - Referred to House
2/27/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/27/2023 - Cosponsors: Representatives Jordan and Prescott
2/27/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Thompson
2/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 173: yeas 47, nays 2
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/21/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/21/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 11; Nays: 1
2/21/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/6/2023 - added as second author Senator Baldwin
2/6/2023 - added as author Senator Holdman
2/6/2023 - removed as author Senator Baldwin
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Scott Baldwin
 
SB419STATE TAX MATTERS. (HOLDMAN T) Changes the definition of "Internal Revenue Code" in the adjusted gross income tax law to mean the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended and in effect on January 1, 2023. Makes certain changes regarding net operating losses for purposes of determinating state adjusted gross income. Provides that certain amounts for providing or expanding access to broadband service in Indiana may be subtracted from a taxpayer's state corporate adjusted gross income. Provides for successor liability for certain unpaid taxes following a business asset sale. Repeals an outdated provision requiring separate exemption certificates for manufacturers and wholesalers. Makes a clarifying change to the sales tax exemption that applies to power subsidiaries. Clarifies the acquisition date for purposes of adding back interest from tax exempt bonds issued by another state in determining Indiana adjusted gross income. Amends provisions regarding the exemption for certain income derived from patents. Provides that tax paid by an electing partnership is deposited in the state general fund. Makes clarifying changes and technical corrections to the affordable and workforce housing tax credit. Specifies the deposit and distribution of interest with respect to certain taxes. Authorizes the department of state revenue to publish or disclose the status of a governmental or nonprofit entity's sales tax exemption certificate. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally sells, purchases, installs, transfers, or possesses: (1) an automated sales suppression device or a zapper; or (2) phantom-ware; commits a class A misdemeanor, and increases the penalty if certain circumstances exist. Makes clarifying and technical corrections to provisions under the electronic cigarette tax. Makes certain changes to a provision contained in P.L.1-2023. Provides that an individual who is an Indiana resident and a member of a health care sharing ministry is entitled to an adjusted gross income tax deduction. Requires a taxpayer to: (1) deduct from the taxpayer's adjusted gross income for a taxable year the amount of specified research or experimental expenditures paid or incurred by the taxpayer during the taxable year; and (2) add to the taxpayer's adjusted gross income an amount equal to the deduction claimed under Section 174 of the Internal Revenue Code for the taxable year. Provides that certain transactions involving a person's acquisition of agricultural machinery, tools, or equipment are exempt from the application of the state gross retail tax. Provides that if an organization provides nonprofit agricultural organization insurance coverage, the organization is subject to a nonprofit agricultural organization health coverage tax unless the organization: (1) files a notice of election with the insurance commissioner and the commissioner of the department of state revenue on or before November 30 of a taxable year; and (2) states in the notice of election that the organization elects to be subject to state income tax for the taxable year. Provides that compensation received by an individual who: (1) is not a resident of Indiana; and (2) receives compensation for employment duties performed in Indiana for 30 days or less during the calendar year; is exempt from the adjusted gross income tax. Provides a sales tax exemption for certain components of a solar or wind energy system.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 194
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 505: yeas 49, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 533: yeas 94, nays 0; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/26/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/20/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/19/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Randolph Lonnie M and Baldwin
4/19/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Holdman and Melton
4/19/2023 - House Advisors appointed Cherry, Snow, Smaltz, Greene and Hamilton
4/19/2023 - House Conferees appointed Thompson and Porter
4/18/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/18/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/18/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/17/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 435: yeas 96, nays 2
4/17/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/12/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/11/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/11/2023 - Amendment #2 (Thompson) prevailed; voice vote
4/11/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/10/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/6/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
4/5/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 23; Nays: 0
4/5/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/3/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Hamilton
3/16/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Porter
3/15/2023 - House Ways and Means, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/6/2023 - Referred to Committee on Ways and Means
3/6/2023 - First Reading
2/28/2023 - Referred to House
2/27/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/27/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative Cherry
2/27/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Thompson
2/27/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 174: yeas 49, nays 0
2/27/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/23/2023 - added as second author Senator Baldwin
2/23/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/21/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/21/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
2/21/2023 - Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Travis Holdman
 
SB447CHARITY GAMING MATTERS. (BUSCH J) Defines the term "professional sports team foundation" for purposes of the charity gaming law. Specifies that a professional sports team foundation is a qualified organization. Specifies that qualified organizations may conduct unlicensed allowable events at facilities leased or owned by the capital improvement board of managers of Marion County (CIB). (Current law allows qualified organizations to conduct charity gaming events without a license if the value of all prizes awarded is less than $2,500 for a single event and $7,500 for all unlicensed events conducted during a calendar year.) Authorizes payment by credit card for a chance to enter: (1) a raffle or water race at an allowable event conducted by a qualified organization; and (2) an allowable event conducted at a facility leased or owned by the CIB.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 114
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/10/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 358: yeas 40, nays 9
4/10/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/6/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/4/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/3/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Moed
4/3/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 340: yeas 82, nays 11
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/30/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Criswell C
3/30/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/30/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/28/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/28/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 13; Nays: 0
3/28/2023 - House Public Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Public Policy
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/20/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Haggard C
2/9/2023 - Referred to House
2/7/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Manning
2/7/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 87: yeas 39, nays 9
2/7/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Walker K
2/6/2023 - added as third author Senator Ford Jon
2/6/2023 - added as second author Senator Alting
2/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/1/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 7; Nays: 0
2/1/2023 - Senate Public Policy, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Public Policy
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Justin Busch
 
SB452CONSUMER CREDIT AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. (BASSLER E) Provides that a reference to federal law in: (1) the first lien mortgage lending act (act); (2) the Uniform Consumer Credit Code (UCCC); or (3) the Indiana Code title governing financial institutions; is a reference to the law as in effect December 31, 2022 (rather than December 31, 2021, under current law). Amends as follows a provision in the act that authorizes a federal savings bank to voluntarily register with the department of financial institutions (department) for the purpose of sponsoring licensed mortgage loan originators under certain circumstances: (1) Authorizes any person (rather than just a federal savings bank) that meets the requirements set forth in the provision to sponsor one or more licensed mortgage loan originators. (2) Eliminates a requirement that a sponsored individual must sell, solicit, or negotiate insurance under an exclusive written agreement for a licensed insurance company that is a subsidiary of a company that also owns or controls the federal savings bank. (3) Provides that a sponsored individual must be engaged solely as a third party loan processor or underwriter. Specifies certain requirements that a person must comply with in order to sponsor an individual under these provisions. Makes conforming amendments to: (1) the act; and (2) related provisions in the UCCC concerning subordinate lien mortgage transactions. Requires a state chartered credit union (credit union) to maintain capital consistent with the safety and soundness necessary to support the risk in the credit union's activities. Provides that the National Credit Union Administration's: (1) prompt corrective action; and (2) risk based net worth; regulations apply to all credit unions. Requires a credit union that is classified as adequately capitalized or lower to increase the dollar amount of its net worth on a quarterly basis by an amount equal to at least 0.1% of the credit union's total assets until the credit union is classified as well capitalized. Sets forth different: (1) mandatory supervisory requirements or restrictions; and (2) discretionary supervisory requirements or restrictions (to be imposed by the director of the department); with respect to a credit union, depending on the credit union's classification as undercapitalized, significantly undercapitalized, or critically undercapitalized. Directs the department to use specified statutory authority to adopt emergency rules not later than June 30, 2024, to amend the department's rule concerning mortgage lenders and originators in order to: (1) conform the rule to the bill's provisions concerning the sponsorship of licensed mortgage loan originators to engage solely as a third party loan processor or underwriter; and (2) establish a rule to allow certain persons to sponsor one or more mortgage loan originators, who are not employees of the sponsoring person, to perform mortgage loan originator activities exclusively for the sponsoring person under certain prescribed conditions.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 197
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (H) Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 547: yeas 93, nays 2; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - Conference Committee Report Adopted (S) Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 518: yeas 41, nays 7; Rules Suspended
4/27/2023 - Senate Conference Committees Eligible for Action
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
4/27/2023 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
4/26/2023 - Conferee Added Representative Heaton
4/26/2023 - Conferee Dropped Representative Speedy
4/25/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/25/2023 - , (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
4/24/2023 - Senate Advisors appointed Gaskill and Taylor G
4/24/2023 - Senate Conferees appointed Bassler and Qaddoura
4/20/2023 - House Advisors appointed Slager, Pierce K and Moseley
4/20/2023 - House Conferees appointed Speedy and Miller K
4/20/2023 - Senate dissented from House Amendments
4/20/2023 - Motion to dissent filed
4/20/2023 - Concurrence withdrawn
4/20/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action RULE 83 CONCURRENCES
4/19/2023 - Concurrence failed for lack of constitutional majority; Roll Call 459: yeas 19, nays 22
4/19/2023 - Concurrence failed for lack of constitutional majority;
4/19/2023 - Motion to Concur in House Amendments Fails for lack of Constitutional majority (19-22)
4/19/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/18/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/11/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/10/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 378: yeas 96, nays 1
4/10/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
4/3/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/30/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
3/30/2023 - House Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/9/2023 - House Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Financial Institutions
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/9/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Speedy
2/9/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 94: yeas 49, nays 0
2/9/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/7/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/6/2023 - added as second author Senator Gaskill
2/6/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
2/1/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 8; Nays: 0
2/1/2023 - Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Eric Bassler
 
SB458MONEY TRANSMITTERS. (BASSLER E) Effective January 1, 2024, repeals the Indiana Code chapter governing the licensing and regulation of money transmitters by the department of financial institutions (department). Adds to the Indiana Code a new chapter codifying the Money Transmission Modernization Act (Act), to take effect January 1, 2024, and to be administered by the division of consumer credit within the department. Sets forth provisions contained in the Act that address the following: (1) Purposes of the Act. (2) Definitions of terms. (3) Exemptions from the Act's requirements. (4) The supervisory authority of the department under the Act. (5) The licensing of money transmitters. (6) The acquisition of control of a licensee. (7) Reporting and records requirements. (8) Authorized delegates of licensees. (9) Refunds of, and receipts for, money received for transmission. (10) Prudential standards for licensees. (11) The enforcement authority of the department. (12) The application of the Act to licensees that have been issued a license under the current statute. (13) Criminal penalties. Makes conforming references to provisions in the Indiana Code that cite the current money transmission statute.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 198
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/24/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/19/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 460: yeas 33, nays 7
4/19/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/18/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/6/2023 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
4/6/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 367: yeas 84, nays 3
4/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/30/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
3/30/2023 - House Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/9/2023 - House Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Financial Institutions
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/21/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Speedy
2/21/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 146: yeas 45, nays 0
2/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/20/2023 - Reread second time: amended, ordered engrossed
2/20/2023 - Amendment #3 (Bassler) prevailed; voice vote
2/20/2023 - Amendment #2 (Young M) prevailed; voice vote
2/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/14/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/13/2023 - Placed back on second reading
2/13/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/13/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/9/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
2/9/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/7/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/6/2023 - added as second author Senator Gaskill
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/1/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 9; Nays: 0
2/1/2023 - Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Eric Bassler
 
SB468UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE AMENDMENTS. (GARTEN C) Incorporates into Indiana's Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) the Amendments to the Uniform Commercial Code (2022) approved and recommended for enactment in all states by the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) to address emerging technologies. Makes conforming amendments to general provisions and definitions that apply throughout the UCC. Makes conforming amendments to chapters of the UCC governing the following: (1) Sales. (2) Leases. (3) Negotiable instruments. (4) Fund transfers. (5) Letters of credit. (6) Documents of title. (7) Investment securities. (8) Secured transactions. Repeals the chapter in the UCC governing controllable electronic records. Amends the definition of "money" for purposes of Indiana's Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) to specify that money: (1) is a medium of exchange that is not in an electronic form; and (2) does not include a central bank digital currency that is currently adopted, or that may be adopted, by the United States government, a foreign government, a foreign reserve, or a foreign sanctioned central bank. Establishes a new chapter in the UCC that: (1) governs controllable electronic records; and (2) incorporates the provisions of the ULC's amendments governing controllable electronic records. Provides that a "controllable electronic record" does not include an electronic record that is currently authorized or adopted by a domestic or foreign government and is not a medium of exchange that was recorded and transferable in a system that existed and operated for the medium of exchange before the medium of exchange was authorized or adopted by a government. Establishes a new chapter in the UCC that: (1) addresses the validity, enforceability, and perfection of certain commercial transactions, including secured transactions, entered into before the effective date of the amendments on July 1, 2023; and (2) establishes July 1, 2025, as an "adjustment date" on or after which certain transactions must conform to the requirements of the amendments to remain valid, enforceable, or perfected. Adds language to incorporate into Indiana's UCC the Amendments to Uniform Commercial Code Article 9 (2018), as approved by the American Law Institute and the National Conference of Commissioners of Uniform State Laws. Provides, through the incorporation of these amendments, that the provisions in the UCC providing that restrictions on the transfer of property pledged as collateral are ineffective do not apply in the case of a security interest in an ownership interest in a general partnership, limited partnership, or limited liability company.
 Current Status:   5/4/2023 - Public Law 199
 All Bill Status:   5/4/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/28/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/24/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/20/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 464: yeas 46, nays 0
4/20/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/20/2023 - Motion to concur filed
4/4/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 361: yeas 95, nays 2
4/4/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
4/3/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
4/3/2023 - Amendment #1 (Judy) prevailed; voice vote
4/3/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/30/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/30/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
3/30/2023 - House Financial Institutions, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/20/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Judy
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Financial Institutions
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/9/2023 - Cosponsor: Representative Steuerwald
2/9/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Jeter
2/9/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 95: yeas 48, nays 1
2/9/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/7/2023 - Second reading amended, ordered engrossed
2/7/2023 - Amendment #1 (Young M) prevailed; voice vote
2/7/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
2/2/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
2/1/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 10; Nays: 0
2/1/2023 - Senate Judiciary, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/31/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Randolph
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Glick
1/23/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Freeman
1/23/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Charbonneau, Brown L, Pol
1/19/2023 - Referred to Senate Judiciary
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Chris Garten
 
SB477THREATS TO CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE. (BUSCH J) Amends the statute prohibiting the use of public funds to purchase equipment or services produced or provided by certain prohibited persons determined to be a national security threat to communications networks or supply chains to also prohibit the use of public funds to purchase communications equipment or service that is: (1) determined under specified federal regulations to pose an unacceptable risk to the national security of the United States or the security and safety of United States persons; and (2) included on the covered list published, maintained, and updated by the federal Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau on the website of the Federal Communications Commission. Provides that the governor may, at any time, and in consultation with the executive director of the department of homeland security, designate a country as a threat to certain critical infrastructure located in Indiana. Provides that after June 30, 2023, a specified qualified entity may not enter into an agreement relating to critical infrastructure with a company if: (1) under the agreement, the company would be able to directly or remotely access or control of a critical infrastructure or a cybersecurity system of a critical infrastructure; and (2) the company is: (A) owned or controlled by citizens of (or a company or entity owned or controlled by citizens or the government of) China, Iran, North Korea, Russia, or a country designated as a threat to critical infrastructure by the governor; or (B) headquartered in China, Iran, North Korea, Russia, or a country designated as a threat to critical infrastructure by the governor. Provides that after June 30, 2023, a prohibited person may not purchase, lease, or acquire a parcel of real property that is directly adjacent to a military installation. Provides that the attorney general may investigate the purchase, lease, or acquisition of real property upon receipt of a complaint. Provides that the attorney general shall enforce a violation by commencing a receivership proceeding and selling the property through the receivership.
 Current Status:   5/1/2023 - Public Law 118
 All Bill Status:   5/1/2023 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
4/26/2023 - Signed by the President of the Senate
4/13/2023 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
4/10/2023 - Senate Concurred in House Amendments ; Roll Call 361: yeas 45, nays 4
4/10/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/6/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/4/2023 - Concurrences Eligible for Action
4/3/2023 - Motion to concur filed
3/23/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Cash B
3/23/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 297: yeas 90, nays 0
3/23/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/21/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/20/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
3/16/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
3/16/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
3/13/2023 - Committee Report amend do pass, adopted
3/13/2023 - House Committee recommends passage, as amended Yeas: 12; Nays: 0
3/13/2023 - House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
3/7/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Judy
3/6/2023 - added as cosponsor Representative Frye
2/28/2023 - Referred to House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety
2/28/2023 - First Reading
2/7/2023 - Referred to House
2/6/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Baldwin
2/6/2023 - House sponsor: Representative Manning
2/6/2023 - Third reading passed; Roll Call 73: yeas 42, nays 7
2/6/2023 - Senate Bills on Third Reading
2/2/2023 - added as coauthors Senators Crane, Messmer, Tomes, Buck, Doriot
2/2/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Byrne
2/2/2023 - Second reading ordered engrossed
2/2/2023 - Senate Bills on Second Reading
1/31/2023 - Committee Report do pass, adopted
1/31/2023 - Senate Committee recommends passage Yeas: 8; Nays: 1
1/31/2023 - Senate Homeland Security & Transportation, (Bill Scheduled for Hearing)
1/30/2023 - added as coauthor Senator Koch
1/26/2023 - added as third author Senator Garten
1/23/2023 - added as second author Senator Ford Jon
1/19/2023 - Referred to Committee on Homeland Security and Transportation
1/19/2023 - First Reading
1/19/2023 - Authored By Justin Busch
 
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