Session Information - Enrolled Acts

  

Enrolled Acts

ARCHIVE (2005)


NOTE: The bill descriptions below are for the introduced version of the bills. Please click on the bill number to view an updated description and digest.

Senate | House

Senate
  • SB 0001 -- Tax incentives.
  • SB 0002 -- Parenting time.
  • SB 0008 -- Arbitration in family law.
  • SB 0012 -- "Code Adam" program to locate missing children.
  • SB 0013 -- DNA testing of felons.
  • SB 0014 -- Ballot form.
  • SB 0015 -- Absentee ballots.
  • SB 0018 -- Elections.
  • SB 0030 -- Rail corridor safety committee & Lake County regional transportation authority.
  • SB 0032 -- Handgun licenses and noncitizens.
  • SB 0043 -- Health care provider credentialing.
  • SB 0044 -- Environmental committees.
  • SB 0047 -- Counterfeiting and forgery.
  • SB 0049 -- Various computer issues.
  • SB 0054 -- Immunity for uncompensated health services and advertisers or sponsors.
  • SB 0056 -- Department of homeland security.
  • SB 0060 -- Natural resources matters.
  • SB 0063 -- Railroad corridors.
  • SB 0064 -- Library and heritage study committee.
  • SB 0066 -- Hospital care and reimbursement.
  • SB 0067 -- Wireless enhanced 911.
  • SB 0075 -- Insurance producer licensure and continuing education.
  • SB 0076 -- Abortion requirements.
  • SB 0077 -- Mechanic's liens on towed vehicles and disposal of abandoned vehicles.
  • SB 0079 -- Intrastate commercial vehicle registration.
  • SB 0088 -- Judges' retirement benefits.
  • SB 0089 -- Lighting and marking of agricultural equipment.
  • SB 0092 -- Internet gambling.
  • SB 0095 -- Sentencing policy study committee.
  • SB 0096 -- Sentencing.
  • SB 0098 -- Probation revocation.
  • SB 0100 -- Local option income taxes.
  • SB 0101 -- Modification of the terms of probation.
  • SB 0111 -- Local funding for Memorial Day celebrations.
  • SB 0117 -- Undisclosed transport of dangerous devices.
  • SB 0125 -- Commercial liability insurance.
  • SB 0127 -- Time observance in Indiana.
  • SB 0132 -- Premises liability.
  • SB 0139 -- Professional licensing.
  • SB 0140 -- Use of charity gaming proceeds.
  • SB 0149 -- Trustees of pension funds.
  • SB 0164 -- Sex offender registration.
  • SB 0165 -- Law enforcement training.
  • SB 0172 -- Practice of dental hygiene without a license.
  • SB 0175 -- Home detention.
  • SB 0179 -- Vacancies caused by death.
  • SB 0193 -- War Memorials Foundation.
  • SB 0195 -- Environmental crimes task force.
  • SB 0196 -- Licensing and permits for boxing.
  • SB 0197 -- Reciprocity for dentists.
  • SB 0198 -- Abandoned and unclaimed property.
  • SB 0200 -- Core 40 curriculum.
  • SB 0202 -- University bonding.
  • SB 0206 -- Home medical equipment services providers.
  • SB 0209 -- Township assistance.
  • SB 0212 -- Tax court and senior judges.
  • SB 0213 -- State gross retail tax.
  • SB 0217 -- Speed limits.
  • SB 0218 -- Safety belts.
  • SB 0223 -- Designation of blood type on license, permit, or identification card.
  • SB 0224 -- Home health care services and hospice services council.
  • SB 0225 -- Office based sedation standards.
  • SB 0227 -- Identifying numbers for bureau of motor vehicles.
  • SB 0230 -- Sex offender directory and victim notification.
  • SB 0233 -- Child solicitation.
  • SB 0242 -- Driver's license reinstatement fees.
  • SB 0244 -- Design-build public works projects.
  • SB 0253 -- Insurance mandate review task force and coverage documents.
  • SB 0265 -- Appropriation of grant funds by political subdivisions.
  • SB 0266 -- Processed deer meat.
  • SB 0267 -- Agricultural nuisance actions.
  • SB 0268 -- Cloning.
  • SB 0279 -- Environmental law.
  • SB 0282 -- Municipal riverfront development projects.
  • SB 0285 -- Bullying.
  • SB 0293 -- Health related information disclosure.
  • SB 0295 -- Instruments of defeasance.
  • SB 0296 -- Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana.
  • SB 0298 -- Administrative rules requiring fiscal review.
  • SB 0301 -- Cheerleading safety.
  • SB 0303 -- Marion superior court.
  • SB 0304 -- National Guard active duty benefits.
  • SB 0306 -- Mobile and manufactured homes.
  • SB 0307 -- Marion County local government.
  • SB 0308 -- Local government.
  • SB 0315 -- In-house construction.
  • SB 0322 -- Local spending on criminal defense.
  • SB 0326 -- Information concerning meningococcal meningitis.
  • SB 0327 -- Taxation.
  • SB 0329 -- Henry County food and beverage tax.
  • SB 0330 -- Electronic health care transactions.
  • SB 0332 -- Pledge of Allegiance, flags, and moment of silence.
  • SB 0335 -- Office of tourism.
  • SB 0340 -- Child abuse and neglect; adoption proceedings; GAL/CASA funding.
  • SB 0341 -- Various election law matters.
  • SB 0352 -- Unsafe premises.
  • SB 0360 -- Morbid obesity.
  • SB 0363 -- Judicial salaries.
  • SB 0372 -- Transfer tuition.
  • SB 0373 -- Statutes of limitation in property matters.
  • SB 0376 -- Committee on child care.
  • SB 0378 -- Biodiesel, ethanol, and coal gasification.
  • SB 0379 -- Tobacco products.
  • SB 0382 -- Alcohol server training.
  • SB 0397 -- Various matters concerning education.
  • SB 0414 -- EDGE credit applications.
  • SB 0417 -- Appraisal and survey of DOC controlled real estate.
  • SB 0419 -- Military and overseas voters.
  • SB 0420 -- Child care.
  • SB 0422 -- Adoption procedural requirements.
  • SB 0432 -- Long term care plan.
  • SB 0433 -- State poet laureate.
  • SB 0442 -- Geophysical surveying and regulated explosives.
  • SB 0444 -- Methamphetamine.
  • SB 0446 -- Local government liens.
  • SB 0452 -- Self-liquidating projects at port commission.
  • SB 0453 -- Rental car agreements.
  • SB 0465 -- Use of cattle guards.
  • SB 0467 -- Personalized license plates.
  • SB 0472 -- Services to sex crime victims.
  • SB 0474 -- University report on joint purchasing.
  • SB 0481 -- Transitional services Medicaid waiver.
  • SB 0482 -- Voter registration.
  • SB 0483 -- Voter identification.
  • SB 0484 -- State police officer survivor health benefit.
  • SB 0487 -- Airport boards.
  • SB 0496 -- Economic development and taxation.
  • SB 0498 -- Local government.
  • SB 0503 -- Release of Social Security numbers.
  • SB 0508 -- Worker's compensation.
  • SB 0509 -- Deceptive acts, attorney general, and new home warranties.
  • SB 0512 -- Town government and annexation.
  • SB 0513 -- INDOT construction contracts.
  • SB 0518 -- Forestry issues.
  • SB 0523 -- Assistance for reentry court program participants.
  • SB 0525 -- Life imprisonment without parole for certain repeat sex offenders.
  • SB 0527 -- Board of animal health and cervidae issues.
  • SB 0529 -- Department of child services and various human services.
  • SB 0536 -- Skills 2016 training fund.
  • SB 0538 -- Lead poisoning.
  • SB 0539 -- Accessible electronic information service.
  • SB 0549 -- Liability insurance for amusement rides.
  • SB 0557 -- Unlawful recording.
  • SB 0564 -- Mortgage foreclosure sales.
  • SB 0566 -- Healthcare program and medical informatics commission.
  • SB 0568 -- Birthing centers.
  • SB 0569 -- Safety of children during storms.
  • SB 0571 -- Economic development.
  • SB 0572 -- Medicaid waiver for family planning services.
  • SB 0574 -- Local taxes.
  • SB 0578 -- State bonding entities.
  • SB 0590 -- Electronic prescriptions.
  • SB 0591 -- Professions and occupations.
  • SB 0598 -- Charter schools.
  • SB 0603 -- Kidney disease.
  • SB 0607 -- Professional licensing.
  • SB 0609 -- County income tax distributions.
  • SB 0611 -- Sheriff deferred retirement option plan.
  • SB 0612 -- State Unemployment Tax Avoidance (SUTA) dumping.
  • SB 0615 -- CHOICE board.
  • SB 0619 -- Administrative hearings.
  • SB 0620 -- Combined sewer overflows.
  • SB 0626 -- Riverboats.
  • SB 0634 -- Insurance product regulation compact and senior consumer recommendations.
House
  • HB 1001 -- State budget.
  • HB 1003 -- Economic development.
  • HB 1004 -- Tax amnesty program.
  • HB 1008 -- Department of agriculture; office of rural affairs.
  • HB 1021 -- Lending acts and practices.
  • HB 1022 -- Military base protection act.
  • HB 1032 -- Use of biodiesel fuel in state vehicles.
  • HB 1033 -- The environment.
  • HB 1039 -- Interfering with drug or alcohol screening tests.
  • HB 1052 -- Lottery commission audit.
  • HB 1056 -- Food handler exemption.
  • HB 1057 -- Open alcoholic beverage containers.
  • HB 1059 -- Chemical munitions disposal and transport.
  • HB 1063 -- Eminent domain study committee.
  • HB 1069 -- Home and community based services.
  • HB 1073 -- Motor vehicle matters.
  • HB 1075 -- Health insurance waivers.
  • HB 1078 -- Coal issues.
  • HB 1080 -- Honoring former governors.
  • HB 1098 -- Prescription drugs and health professionals.
  • HB 1099 -- Voyeurism.
  • HB 1112 -- Correction and sentencing matters.
  • HB 1113 -- Court fees and administration.
  • HB 1120 -- State and local finance matters.
  • HB 1126 -- Immunity for 501(c)(3) organizations.
  • HB 1135 -- Electronic publication of the IAC and Indiana Register.
  • HB 1137 -- Office of technology.
  • HB 1141 -- Superior courts.
  • HB 1142 -- Medicaid matters and organ procurement.
  • HB 1153 -- Will depository, probate, trust, and inheritance tax matters.
  • HB 1159 -- Law enforcement.
  • HB 1165 -- Corporate law issues.
  • HB 1179 -- Uniform Consumer Credit Code (UCCC) and financial institutions statutes.
  • HB 1182 -- Extension of TIF and abatements.
  • HB 1183 -- Operation of watercraft.
  • HB 1200 -- Solid waste district boards, conservancy districts, and campground sewage rates.
  • HB 1217 -- Release of adoption history.
  • HB 1219 -- Military motor vehicle insurance rating.
  • HB 1224 -- Aerospace initiative.
  • HB 1240 -- Medicaid overpayments.
  • HB 1241 -- DNA samples from felons.
  • HB 1250 -- Redevelopment commissions and authorities.
  • HB 1262 -- Bankruptcy and exemption amounts.
  • HB 1263 -- Domestic relations alternative dispute resolution.
  • HB 1265 -- Rulemaking and regulated entities.
  • HB 1270 -- Motor vehicle offenses.
  • HB 1288 -- Title 20 recodification.
  • HB 1302 -- Regulation of seeds.
  • HB 1306 -- Various health matters.
  • HB 1314 -- Various education matters.
  • HB 1315 -- Certificates of title for off-road vehicles.
  • HB 1320 -- Health entity construction projects.
  • HB 1325 -- Medicaid prescription drugs.
  • HB 1329 -- Evansville State Hospital.
  • HB 1335 -- Annual statistical report on township assistance.
  • HB 1358 -- Rubella test.
  • HB 1365 -- Local government matters.
  • HB 1375 -- Waiver of insurance producer requirements.
  • HB 1394 -- Public pensions; deferred compensation plans.
  • HB 1398 -- Technical corrections.
  • HB 1402 -- Insurance producer management courses.
  • HB 1403 -- Insurance fraud.
  • HB 1407 -- Various election law matters.
  • HB 1431 -- Clean water funding, agriculture, and wetlands.
  • HB 1432 -- Withdrawal from IURC jurisdiction.
  • HB 1453 -- Professional fundraisers and solicitors and professional employer organizations.
  • HB 1488 -- Teacher training concerning phonologic weakness.
  • HB 1495 -- Maintenance of roads occupied by railroad tracks.
  • HB 1501 -- Inspector general and deceptive acts.
  • HB 1540 -- Indiana Abraham Lincoln bicentennial commission.
  • HB 1553 -- Health and hospital corporation.
  • HB 1580 -- Employment absence for volunteer firefighters.
  • HB 1590 -- Blighted areas.
  • HB 1594 -- Fire code standards for tents.
  • HB 1600 -- Special death benefit fund.
  • HB 1611 -- Direct deposit of state payments.
  • HB 1646 -- Viatical settlements.
  • HB 1653 -- Permit issuance and immunity from liability.
  • HB 1662 -- Medicaid health facility quality assessment.
  • HB 1666 -- Alcohol and tobacco.
  • HB 1736 -- Bail law amendments.
  • HB 1765 -- Natural resources matters.
  • HB 1776 -- Seizing weapons from a dangerous individual.
  • HB 1794 -- Various education matters.
  • HB 1822 -- Small business regulation.