IAAAA Tracked Bills
Prepared by: Kristen LaEace
Report created on January 29, 2023
 
HB1004HEALTH MATTERS. (SMALTZ B) States that the office of the secretary of family and social services and a managed care organization may not prohibit a provider from participating in another insurance network. Defines "weighted average negotiated charge" and requires the weighted average negotiated charge per service per provider type for Medicaid to be reported by hospitals and ambulatory outpatient surgical centers. Requires certain health care providers, beginning July 1, 2021, to provide a good faith estimate to individuals of the price for nonemergency health care services to be provided to the individual by the health care provider and sets forth requirements. Allows an individual to request a good faith estimate from a health care provider for the total price for nonemergency services that have been ordered, scheduled, or referred. and requires the health care provider to provide the good faith estimate. Sets forth requirements for the good faith estimate. Provides that an out of network practitioner who provides health care services to a covered individual in an in network facility may not charge more for the health care services provided to a covered individual than allowed according to the rate or amount of compensation established by the covered individual's network plan unless: (1) at least five days before the health care services are scheduled to be provided, the covered individual is provided a statement that: (A) informs the covered individual that the facility or practitioner intends to charge more than allowed under the network plan; and (B) sets forth an estimate of the charge; and (2) the covered individual signs the statement, signifying the covered individual's consent to the charge. Sets forth notice requirements. Sets forth provisions that a physician noncompete agreement must include in order to be enforceable. Provides for information and notification that an employer must give to a physician who leaves the employment of the provider. Allows an individual to request from a health carrier a good faith estimate of the amount of the cost of nonemergency health care services that the health carrier will pay for or reimburse and the applicable benefit limitations of the nonemergency health care service. Sets forth requirements of a good faith estimate by a health carrier and sets penalties for violations.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 93
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
HB1009VARIOUS WELFARE MATTERS. (GOODRICH C) Provides that money earned by a child or a member of the child's family as a student participating in a paid internship, a work based learning course, or a paid postsecondary work experience that allows the individual to apply for a related apprenticeship is: (1) disregarded for purposes of determining eligibility for assistance or the amount of assistance for a child under the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); (2) disregarded for certain Medicaid category populations in determining eligibility for Medicaid; and (3) factored by applying a reasonable method to include a prorated portion of reasonably predictable future income in determining Medicaid eligibility for certain Medicaid category populations. Specifies that income earned by an individual employed in a temporary job as a census worker is not counted for purposes of: (1) TANF; (2) SNAP; (3) Medicaid; (4) a school lunch program; and (5) determining eligibility for certain scholarships, grants, or awards. Changes the amount of equity value in a motor vehicle disregarded for purposes of eligibility in the TANF program from $5,000 to $10,000.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 14
 Recent Status:   3/11/2020 - Signed by the Governor
3/11/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
 Position:   Monitor
 
HB1109TELEPHONE SOLICITATION AND CONSUMER CREDIT. (LEHMAN M) Amends the law requiring telemarketers to register with the office of the attorney general (registration law) as follows: (1) Provides that a seller is not subject to the registration law solely because the seller makes or will make a solicitation in a telephone call that is exempt from the Do Not Call statute. (2) Restores conditions removed by P.L.242-2019 that limit application of the registration law to sellers that make certain types of solicitations. (3) Provides that a solicitation occurs for purposes of the registration law only in a telephone call made by a seller. (4) Removes the requirement that a seller must provide in the seller's registration statement information as to whether the seller (or any officer, director, trustee, general partner, manager, principal, executive, or representative of the seller) has been: (A) held liable in certain civil actions; (B) convicted of certain crimes during the most recent seven years; or (C) declared bankrupt during the most recent seven years. Repeals from the statute governing consumer sales the chapter that sets forth certain requirements for a consumer reporting agency that uses a Social Security number as a factor in determining whether a file maintained by the consumer reporting agency matches the identity of an individual who is the subject of a credit inquiry.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 105
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
HB1176FIRST STEPS PROGRAM. (CLERE E) Provides that: (1) a health benefits plan; or (2) an employee health plan; may not require authorization for services specified in a covered individual's individualized family service plan once the individualized family service plan is signed by a physician. Adds habilitative services to the services that are required under the definition of "early intervention services" for purposes of the First Steps program. Provides that a member of the interagency coordinating council (council) shall continue to serve until a successor is appointed. Removes the authority of the governor to designate the chairperson of the council or to call a meeting of the council. Requires the council to annually elect a chairperson and vice chairperson. Provides that, except for members of the general assembly, per diem and travel expenses for council members are governed by the policies and procedures established by the Indiana department of administration and approved by the budget agency. Establishes procedures that the division must follow before making a change to the cost participation schedule under the First Steps program. Establishes a method to determine the rate at which: (1) a provider of the services under the First Steps program; or (2) the division; is reimbursed for providing early intervention services using Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code rates. Provides that: (1) a health plan information card issued: (A) to an insured by an insurer for a policy of accident and sickness insurance; or (B) to an enrollee by a health maintenance organization (HMO); must indicate the type of health plan that is providing the health benefits and services under the insurance policy or HMO contract; and (2) these requirements apply only to a health plan information card issued: (A) initially to a new insured or new enrollee; or (B) to an insured or enrollee at the time of the insured's or enrollee's policy or contract renewal; after July 1, 2020. Provides that: (1) the electronic database by which an issuer of a policy of accident and sickness insurance, or an administrator of a self insured plan, allows an insured or a provider to verify the coverage or benefits of an insured must indicate: (A) whether health benefits and services under the policy of accident and sickness insurance are provided by the issuer of the policy or by a third party administrator; and (B) whether the policy of accident and sickness insurance is subject to state or federal regulation; and (2) the electronic database by which by which an HMO, or an administrator of benefits and health care services under an HMO contract, allows an enrollee or a provider to verify the coverage or benefits of an enrollee must indicate: (A) whether benefits and health care services under the HMO contract are provided by the HMO or by a third party administrator; and (B) whether the HMO contract is a self funded or fully funded plan. Requires the department of insurance to adopt rules to ensure compliance with certain provisions added by the bill.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 111
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Support
 
HB1199PALLIATIVE CARE. (CLERE E) Defines the terms "community based palliative care" and "palliative care". Provides that a hospice provider may provide community based palliative care to a patient who is not eligible for hospice care if the hospice provider: (1) meets certain licensing requirements; and (2) is certified in community based palliative care by an organization approved the state department of health.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 44
 Recent Status:   3/14/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/11/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Support
 
HB1207PHARMACY MATTERS. (DAVISSON S) Provides that a state employee plan, a health maintenance organization, an insurer, or a pharmacy benefits manager (health plan provider) may not require a pharmacy or pharmacist to collect a higher copayment for a prescription drug from a covered individual than the health plan provider allows the pharmacy or pharmacist to retain. Allows a pharmacist who meets certain requirements to dispense auto-injectable epinephrine by standing order to a person who: (1) has completed a course on auto-injectable epinephrine; and (2) is an individual in a position to assist an individual who is at risk of experiencing anaphylaxis. Allows a person to administer auto-injectable epinephrine to an individual who is experiencing anaphylaxis if certain conditions are met. Requires the state department of health (state department) to issue a statewide standing order authorizing the dispensing of auto-injectable epinephrine. Authorizes the state health commissioner to issue a statewide standing order authorizing the dispensing of auto-injectable epinephrine. Extends certain immunities to the state department, the state health commissioner, and certain designated public health authorities. Requires the state department to approve courses concerning the administration of auto-injectable epinephrine. Requires a person to have successfully completed the course to be immune from civil liability. Adds exceptions to the requirement that controlled substance prescriptions be in an electronic format. Provides that the board of pharmacy, in consultation with the medical licensing board, may adopt emergency rules. Adds advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants to the list of out-of-state providers whose prescriptions a pharmacist has a duty to honor. Allows a prescription for a patient to be transferred electronically or by facsimile by a pharmacy to another pharmacy if the pharmacies do not share a common data base. Allows a licensed pharmacy technician to transfer the prescription. Allows a pharmacist to substitute a therapeutic alternative for epinephrine products for a patient and to prescribe sterile water for injection with a prescription drug. Allows a pharmacy technician to administer an influenza immunization to an individual under a drug order or prescription, subject to rules adopted by the board of pharmacy. Provides that aggregated information compiled from annual reports of pharmacy benefit managers to the insurance commissioner is not confidential except for information that would reveal a specific pharmacy benefit manager's proprietary information. Requires: (1) a state employee health plan; and (2) an insurer-provided health plan that complies with the federal Affordable Care Act; to establish a procedure under which the amount paid by a covered individual for a covered prescription drug purchased outside of the health plan will offset the covered individual's deductible. Requires an insurer, when removing a prescription drug from the insurer's formulary or changing the cost sharing requirements applying to the prescription drug, to give an insured for whom the drug has been prescribed 60 days notice of the insurer's action and provide an appeal process through which the insured may request an extension of coverage for the drug through the end of the insured's plan year.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 114
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
HB1209REIMBURSEMENT FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES. (KIRCHHOFER C) Requires the state employee health plan, Medicaid, policies of accident and sickness insurance, and health maintenance organization contracts that provide coverage for emergency medical services to reimburse for emergency medical services that are: (1) rendered by an emergency medical services provider organization; (2) within the emergency medical services provider organization's scope of practice; (3) performed or provided as advanced life support services; and (4) performed or provided during a response initiated through the 911 system.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 115
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
HB1210VARIOUS HEALTH MATTERS. (ZENT D) Establishes penalties for intentionally interfering with an investigation and enforcement of a home health agency by the state department of health (department). Allows the department to use the immunization data registry to store and release nonimmunization personal health information. States that a responsible member of a family may release a deceased patient's medical records if the deceased patient does not have a surviving spouse or child or a personal representative of the estate. Allows mental health records to be disclosed without the consent of the patient for research purposes by rules of the Indiana archives and records administration and the oversight committee on public records. Allows health records to be disclosed by the Indiana archives and records administration to another provider or nonprofit research organization (current law is a nonprofit medical research organization) in connection with a scientific, statistical, or education project. Changes the title of a "certified food handler" to "certified food protection manager" (CFPM). Repeals the definition of "food handler". Requires a CFPM to provide certain documents to the food establishment and obtain a valid certificate every five years. Prohibits using the title "certified food protection manager" unless the person holds a certificate. Provides that a CFPM may be required to be present during all hours of operation if the department and food establishment agreed upon a variance concerning the requirements for the operation of the food establishment. Amends the establishments that are exempt from the certified food protection manager requirements. Establishes new penalties. Provides for the transition of an existing certified food handler to a certified food protection manager. Makes conforming changes.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 45
 Recent Status:   3/14/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/11/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
HB1326COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS. (KIRCHHOFER C) Provides that: (1) licensed clinical social workers; (2) licensed mental health counselors; (3) licensed marriage and family therapists; and (4) licensed clinical addiction counselors; who have at least two years of experience in addiction treatment or hold an addiction credential are eligible supervisors for addiction based intensive outpatient treatments under Medicaid. Defines a community mental health center as a governmental unit for purposes of the required nonfederal share of medical assistance payments under Medicaid. Provides that a provider in an intensive outpatient treatment program is not required to be a licensed addictive counselor or clinical addiction counselor if specified conditions are met. Specifies that a recovery audit does not require documentation at the time of service for services provided in certain instances. Allows a supervising provider in a community mental health center to review documentation concerning: (1) a plan of treatment; or (2) specific treatment methods; not later than 30 days from the date of service. Sets forth requirements to demonstrate active treatment in developing a plan of treatment. Requires the division to provide best practice recommendations and to work with community mental health centers in a collaborative manner. Provides that documentation that is developed as part of an incident or death audit is confidential. Allows the division of mental health and addiction to grant a waiver of staffing requirements for community mental health center applicants. Provides that a licensed prescriber with prescriptive authority shall be counted when determining whether a community mental health center applicant meets certain staffing requirements for community mental health center certification. Requires a licensed clinical addiction counselor to be counted for certain staffing requirements of community mental health centers. Requires the division to develop a comprehensive appeals process under the mental health and addiction forensic treatment program not later than January 1, 2021. Provides advanced practice nurses with all of the supervisory rights and responsibilities of: (1) licensed physicians; and (2) health service provider in psychology (HSPP) psychologists; in certain instances if specified requirements are met.
 Current Status:   3/30/2020 - Public Law 127
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
SB5HEALTH PROVIDER CONTRACTS. (CHARBONNEAU E) Requires hospitals, ambulatory outpatient surgical centers, and urgent care facilities to post certain information on their Internet web sites about health care services they provide, including the weighted average negotiated charges for the services. Provides that an insurer that issues a group health insurance policy or a health maintenance organization that enters into a group health maintenance organization contract shall disclose to the policyholder or subscriber: (1) the amount of the commission, service fee, or brokerage fee to be paid to an insurance producer for selling, soliciting, or negotiating the policy or contract; and (2) whether the commission or fee is based on a percentage of total plan premiums or a flat per member fee. Requires that this information be disclosed at the outset and upon renewal of the policy or contract. Prohibits the inclusion in a health provider contract of a provision under which a provider (an individual or entity licensed or authorized to provide health care services) would be prohibited from disclosing health care service claims data to an employer providing the coverage. States that the inclusion of such a provision in a health care provider contract is an unfair or deceptive act or practice in the business of insurance. Requires the department of insurance to submit a request for information and a request for proposals concerning the establishment and operation of an all payer claims data base, which will receive and contain information on claims paid by insurers, health maintenance organizations, pharmacy benefit managers, and other payers. Provides that a fully credentialed provider shall be reimbursed by an insurer or health maintenance organization for eligible services provided at an in-network hospital if certain conditions are met.
 Current Status:   3/18/2020 - Public Law 50
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Support
 
SB19ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY FOR OPHTHALMIC PRESCRIPTIONS. (CHARBONNEAU E) Removes the restriction on the prescribing of ophthalmic devices through telemedicine and sets conditions on when a provider may, through telemedicine, prescribe medical devices. Establishes conditions that must be met before a prescriber may issue a prescription for an ophthalmic device through telemedicine. Prohibits making changes and substitutions to a prescription for contact lenses or prescription eye glasses unless under the direction of the prescriber. States that a prescriber is not liable for any damage or injury to an individual resulting from the packaging, manufacturing, or dispensing of the contact lenses or prescription eye glasses unless the prescriber is also the seller. Prohibits the optometry board from establishing restrictive standards concerning the practice of ocular telemedicine or ocular telehealth.
 Current Status:   3/18/2020 - Public Law 52
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
SB21OUT-OF-STATE PRESCRIPTIONS. (ROGERS L) Provides that a pharmacist has a duty to honor all prescriptions issued by: (1) an advanced practice registered nurse; or (2) a physician assistant; licensed under the laws of another state.
 Current Status:   3/14/2020 - Public Law 28
 Recent Status:   3/14/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/11/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
SB50VARIOUS TRUST AND PROBATE ISSUES. (FREEMAN A) Makes various changes to trust and probate laws concerning proof of title affidavits, small estate affidavits, execution of a trust by a third party, silent trusts, nonjudicial settlements of accounts, and legacy trusts. Makes technical corrections. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the probate code study commission.)
 Current Status:   3/18/2020 - Public Law 56
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Monitor
 
SB139ADULT GUARDIANSHIP SERVICES. (LANANE T) Combines the volunteer advocates for seniors program and the volunteer advocates for incapacitated adults programs into one program. Requires that, in submitting a progress report to the court, a volunteer advocate for seniors and incapacitated adults shall include a person centered care plan in the progress report.
 Current Status:   3/11/2020 - Public Law 4
 Recent Status:   3/11/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/3/2020 - Signed by the Speaker
 Position:   Support
 
SB148ZONING AND HOUSING MATTERS. (DORIOT B) Amends a statute concerning manufactured homes (manufactured home statute) to provide, with respect to a manufactured home located outside of a mobile home community, as follows: (1) A comprehensive plan or zoning ordinance adopted by a unit of local government may: (A) specify aesthetic standards and requirements concerning the manufactured home's permanent foundation system; and (B) require compatibility of the manufactured home's permanent foundation system with surrounding residential structures. (2) A unit of local government may not require: (A) a permanent foundation system that is incompatible with the structural design of the manufactured home; or (B) more than one permanent foundation system for a manufactured home. Specifies that the changes to the manufactured home statute do not affect a requirement applicable to property that is subject to the jurisdiction of a preservation commission. Provides that a unit of local government may not adopt or enforce certain ordinances, regulations, requirements, or other restrictions that mandate size requirements for a manufactured home that is placed in a mobile home community. Provides that, subject to certain conditions, an industrialized residential structure may be located in a mobile home community. Requires a mobile home community operator (operator) to provide all owners of mobile homes, manufactured homes, or industrialized residential structures in a mobile home community with written notice not less than 180 days before the mobile home community's closure. Provides that an operator who violates the notice requirement commits a deceptive act that is actionable by the attorney general or a consumer. Prohibits a unit of local government from regulating certain aspects of a landlord-tenant relationship with respect to privately owned real property located in the unit unless the regulation is authorized by the general assembly. Prohibits a landlord from taking certain retaliatory actions in response to a tenant's engaging in one or more enumerated protected activities. Prohibits a local unit from adopting or enforcing any ordinance or regulation concerning retaliatory acts by landlords. Makes conforming changes.
 Current Status:   3/25/2020 - VETOED BY GOVERNOR
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
3/16/2020 - Signed by the Speaker
 
SB238VARIOUS HUMAN SERVICES MATTERS. (BROWN L) Removes obsolete references to Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital. Amends the definition of "early intervention services" to include additional services and qualified personnel for purposes of the infants and toddlers with disabilities program. Requires child care ministries to have at least one individual who maintains a CPR certification present at all times that a child is in the care of the child care ministry and requires employees and volunteers who are caregivers to maintain current first aid certification.
 Current Status:   3/11/2020 - Public Law 9
 Recent Status:   3/11/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/3/2020 - Signed by the Speaker
 Position:   Monitor
 
SB249EXPLOITATION OF DEPENDENTS AND ENDANGERED ADULTS. (YOUNG M) Defines "person in a position of trust" and "self-dealing". Provides that a: (1) person commits exploitation of a dependent or an endangered adult if the person recklessly uses or exerts control over the personal services or property of an endangered adult or dependent; and (2) person in a position of trust commits exploitation of a dependent or an endangered adult if the person recklessly engages in self-dealing with the property of the dependent or endangered adult. Increases the penalty if the person has a prior unrelated conviction. Removes: (1) provisions relating to the Social Security Act; (2) a sentencing enhancement that applies if the victim is at least 60 years of age; and (3) a sentencing enhancement based on the value of the property.
 Current Status:   3/18/2020 - Public Law 70
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Support
 
SB267ADMINISTRATION OF 211 SERVICES. (BOHACEK M) Transfers responsibility for the 211 human services information dialing code from the Indiana housing and community development authority (authority) to the office of the secretary of family and social services (office of the secretary). Eliminates provisions: (1) regarding recognized 211 service providers; (2) prohibiting state agencies or departments from establishing telephone lines or hotlines to provide human services information or referrals without first consulting a recognized 211 provider and notifying the authority; (3) prohibiting dissemination of information to the public about the availability of 211 services except in conformity with rules adopted by the authority; (4) limiting disbursements from the 211 services account to $50,000 annually; (5) requiring consultation with the board of directors of Indiana 211 Partnership, Inc., for purposes of preparation of the annual plan for expenditure of funds from the 211 services account; and (6) requiring an annual report to the general assembly regarding 211 services and deposits to and disbursements from the 211 services account. Creates the 211 services fund in place of the 211 services account. Creates the 211 advisory committee for purposes of advising the office of the secretary regarding use of and goals for 211 services. Requires the office of the secretary to: (1) compile specified data regarding 211 services beginning July 1, 2021; (2) enter into data sharing agreements to make the data available to entities approved by the office of the secretary; and (3) obtain and maintain accreditation for 211 operations in accordance with the standards of a national accreditation organization for information and referral services. Requires the office of the secretary to submit to the general assembly an annual report regarding 211 services. Makes conforming amendments.
 Current Status:   3/18/2020 - Public Law 73
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Neutral
 
SB273INDIANA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COMMISSION. (CRIDER M) Establishes the Indiana behavioral health commission (commission). Specifies the membership of the commission. Requires the commission to prepare: (1) an interim report not later than October 1, 2020; and (2) a final report not later than October 1, 2022. Specifies the issues and topics to be discussed in the commission reports. Requires commission reports to be issued to the following parties: (1) The governor. (2) The legislative council. (3) Any other party specified by the commission chairperson. Requires commission reports to be issued in an electronic format. Abolishes the commission on December 31, 2022. Defines certain terms. Makes conforming amendments.
 Current Status:   3/18/2020 - Public Law 75
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Support
 
SB395UNIFORM CONSUMER CREDIT CODE. (BASSLER E) Amends the Uniform Consumer Credit Code (UCCC) as follows: (1) Changes: (A) from July 1 of each even-numbered year to January 1 of each odd-numbered year the effective date for the adjustment, based on changes in the Consumer Price Index, of various dollar amounts set forth in the UCCC; and (B) the corresponding date that precedes the adjustment date and by which the department of financial institutions (department) must issue an emergency rule announcing the adjustment. (2) For an agreement for a consumer credit sale entered into after June 30, 2020: (A) authorizes a seller to contract for and receive a nonrefundable prepaid finance charge based on the amount financed, in addition to the credit service charge and any other authorized charges and fees; and (B) prohibits precomputed consumer credit sales. (3) Repeals a provision concerning the credit service charge for revolving charge accounts and relocates the language to the provision concerning the authorized credit service charge for consumer sales. (4) For an agreement for a consumer loan entered into after June 30, 2020: (A) changes the amount of the authorized nonrefundable prepaid finance charge from $50 to an amount that is not more than: (i) $75; (ii) $150; or (iii) $200; based on the amount financed, in the case of a consumer loan not secured by an interest in land; and (B) prohibits precomputed consumer loans. Makes conforming changes with respect to supervised loans. Changes from $1.50 to $3 the amount of the fee that a lessor in a rental purchase agreement may impose for accepting rental payments by telephone. Makes conforming technical amendments throughout the UCCC to reflect the bill's changes.
 Current Status:   3/18/2020 - Public Law 85
 Recent Status:   3/18/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
3/18/2020 - Signed by the President of the Senate
 Position:   Oppose
 
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