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ARCHIVE (2006)


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Senate
  • SB 0001 -- Marion County government matters.
  • SB 0002 -- Sex offenders and obscenity.
  • SB 0003 -- Railroad employee housing.
  • SB 0004 -- Dispensing abortion devices or drugs or birth control.
  • SB 0005 -- Disorderly conduct at funerals and intimidation.
  • SB 0006 -- Sex offenders.
  • SB 0007 -- Notaries public.
  • SB 0008 -- Priority to consent for incapable individuals.
  • SB 0009 -- Honoring Indiana Presidents and Vice Presidents.
  • SB 0010 -- Authority to solemnize marriages.
  • SB 0011 -- Various securities matters.
  • SB 0012 -- Sex offenders.
  • SB 0013 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0014 -- Law enforcement officers.
  • SB 0015 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0016 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0017 -- Income tax credit for toll roads.
  • SB 0018 -- Mental health and health records.
  • SB 0019 -- Covenant marriage.
  • SB 0020 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0021 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0022 -- Pipeline safety.
  • SB 0023 -- Communications Service Infrastructure Tax Abatement.
  • SB 0024 -- Televised simulcasts.
  • SB 0025 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0026 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0027 -- Alcohol and tobacco matters.
  • SB 0028 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0029 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0030 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0031 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0032 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0033 -- Volunteer advocates for incapacitated adults.
  • SB 0034 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0035 -- Zoning ordinance changes.
  • SB 0036 -- Commission on mental health.
  • SB 0037 -- Miscellaneous election law changes.
  • SB 0038 -- Income tax credit for contributions to education savings plans.
  • SB 0039 -- Legal settlement in a school corporation.
  • SB 0040 -- Relocation issues in family law matters.
  • SB 0041 -- Division of Aging and long term care.
  • SB 0042 -- FSSA evaluation survey.
  • SB 0043 -- Free state fair admission for military personnel.
  • SB 0044 -- Traffic signal outage or conflict.
  • SB 0045 -- Fetal development curriculum.
  • SB 0046 -- Air guns on school property.
  • SB 0047 -- Criminal background checks.
  • SB 0048 -- Imposition of death sentence by the court.
  • SB 0049 -- Expungement of arrest records.
  • SB 0050 -- Appropriation for Cedar Lake dredging.
  • SB 0051 -- Defense of property and self-defense.
  • SB 0052 -- Equipment suppliers and retailers.
  • SB 0053 -- County option surcharges on state park fees.
  • SB 0054 -- Handgun licensing.
  • SB 0055 -- Public safety deferred retirement option plan.
  • SB 0056 -- Pension relief fund distributions.
  • SB 0057 -- Pension fund administrative issues.
  • SB 0058 -- Teachers' retirement fund administrative issues.
  • SB 0059 -- Teachers' retirement fund director.
  • SB 0060 -- Public school transfer program.
  • SB 0061 -- Volunteer firefighter income tax deduction.
  • SB 0062 -- Capitol police.
  • SB 0063 -- State police and natural resources salary matrix.
  • SB 0064 -- Collective bargaining for public safety employees.
  • SB 0065 -- ISTEP scores.
  • SB 0066 -- Sentencing of mentally ill individuals.
  • SB 0067 -- Cruelty to animals.
  • SB 0068 -- Insurance practices and victims of abuse.
  • SB 0069 -- Governance of rural telephone cooperatives.
  • SB 0070 -- Charges for small consumer loans.
  • SB 0071 -- Drainage assessments and storm water.
  • SB 0072 -- IURC proceedings.
  • SB 0073 -- Indemnity agreements in motor carrier contracts.
  • SB 0074 -- Acquisition of utility property.
  • SB 0075 -- Military family relief fund.
  • SB 0076 -- Storm water fees.
  • SB 0077 -- Shooting preserves.
  • SB 0078 -- Property tax deduction for farm security items.
  • SB 0079 -- Daylight saving time.
  • SB 0080 -- School year.
  • SB 0081 -- Bungee jump facility inspection.
  • SB 0082 -- Educator evaluations.
  • SB 0083 -- Resisting law enforcement and deadly weapons.
  • SB 0084 -- Reentry courts.
  • SB 0085 -- Prosecuting attorneys' pensions.
  • SB 0086 -- Medication of horses in pari-mutuel events.
  • SB 0087 -- Energy, agriculture, and energy development rules.
  • SB 0088 -- Motor vehicle restraint systems.
  • SB 0089 -- Serial meetings and electronic meetings.
  • SB 0090 -- Interference with newspaper distribution.
  • SB 0091 -- Volunteer firefighter and paramedic records.
  • SB 0092 -- Reopening of certain license branches.
  • SB 0093 -- Daylight saving time referendum.
  • SB 0094 -- Lakes management work group.
  • SB 0095 -- Sex offenders.
  • SB 0096 -- Minimum wage increase.
  • SB 0097 -- Direct wine shipment.
  • SB 0098 -- Operator's license reciprocity with another country.
  • SB 0099 -- County option surcharges on state park fees.
  • SB 0100 -- Charity gaming.
  • SB 0101 -- Insulation income tax deduction.
  • SB 0102 -- Anatomical gift liability.
  • SB 0103 -- Police and firefighter death benefits.
  • SB 0104 -- Gary professional sports development area.
  • SB 0105 -- License branches open on election day.
  • SB 0106 -- State gross retail tax.
  • SB 0107 -- Nepotism in Marion County political subdivisions.
  • SB 0108 -- Wage payment issues.
  • SB 0109 -- Discharge of leachate into waters.
  • SB 0110 -- Wine shipping and farm winery matters.
  • SB 0111 -- Student nutrition and physical activity.
  • SB 0112 -- Transfer of first steps program.
  • SB 0113 -- Review of privatization plans.
  • SB 0114 -- Probate and trust matters.
  • SB 0115 -- Probate, trust, and inheritance tax matters.
  • SB 0116 -- Unsupervised estates.
  • SB 0117 -- Various employment matters.
  • SB 0118 -- Excise surtax exemption.
  • SB 0119 -- School board elections at general election time.
  • SB 0120 -- County license branch service charges.
  • SB 0121 -- Grandparent visitation.
  • SB 0122 -- Viewing of execution by victim's family.
  • SB 0123 -- Daylight saving time.
  • SB 0124 -- Health provider reimbursement agreements.
  • SB 0125 -- Student health measurements.
  • SB 0126 -- Freezing of credit reports.
  • SB 0127 -- Political expenditures.
  • SB 0128 -- Casting provisional ballot by challenged voter.
  • SB 0129 -- Endangering an unborn child.
  • SB 0130 -- Occupational therapists.
  • SB 0131 -- Minimum wage.
  • SB 0132 -- Correction of 2005 child services legislation.
  • SB 0133 -- Permits for oversized tractor-semitrailers.
  • SB 0134 -- Child molestation.
  • SB 0135 -- Adult video games.
  • SB 0136 -- Child support payments from joint accounts.
  • SB 0137 -- Use of compression release engine brakes.
  • SB 0138 -- School board elections.
  • SB 0139 -- Department of child services matters.
  • SB 0140 -- Assignment of benefits.
  • SB 0141 -- Confined feeding operations.
  • SB 0142 -- Collective bargaining for public employees.
  • SB 0143 -- Explanation of proposed constitutional amendments.
  • SB 0144 -- Access to juvenile information in police records.
  • SB 0145 -- Vehicle forfeiture and driving while intoxicated.
  • SB 0146 -- Property transfer disclosure form.
  • SB 0147 -- Insurance payments to health care providers.
  • SB 0148 -- Use of CAGIT revenue by certain counties.
  • SB 0149 -- Religious exemption from worker's compensation.
  • SB 0150 -- Sales tax holiday.
  • SB 0151 -- Child care regulation.
  • SB 0152 -- Indiana election commission.
  • SB 0153 -- State central collection unit and child support.
  • SB 0154 -- Extra heavy duty highway.
  • SB 0155 -- Public work projects.
  • SB 0156 -- Direct shipment of wine.
  • SB 0157 -- Natural resources advisory councils.
  • SB 0158 -- Fire investigator salary matrix.
  • SB 0159 -- Department of natural resources employees.
  • SB 0160 -- Witnesses at an execution.
  • SB 0161 -- Moratorium on comprehensive care beds.
  • SB 0162 -- Exempt commercial policyholder.
  • SB 0163 -- Annual insurer disclosure.
  • SB 0164 -- Terroristic intimidation.
  • SB 0165 -- Removal of tenant's property from dwelling unit.
  • SB 0166 -- Physical therapy.
  • SB 0167 -- Sex offender registry.
  • SB 0168 -- Medicaid fraud.
  • SB 0169 -- Extension of nursing facility assessment fee.
  • SB 0170 -- Consolidation of Marion County government.
  • SB 0171 -- Operating while intoxicated and accident scenes.
  • SB 0172 -- Teacher shortages.
  • SB 0173 -- Informational student counts.
  • SB 0174 -- Administration of dental anesthetics.
  • SB 0175 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0176 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0177 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0178 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0179 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0180 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0181 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0182 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0183 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0184 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0185 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0186 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0187 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0188 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0189 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0190 -- State employee layoffs; professional services contract.
  • SB 0191 -- Photos in criminal history files.
  • SB 0192 -- Bail requirements.
  • SB 0193 -- Controlled substances.
  • SB 0194 -- Teacher professional development days.
  • SB 0195 -- Charter school budget review.
  • SB 0196 -- Election fraud.
  • SB 0197 -- County property tax credit.
  • SB 0198 -- Equivalent jobs and wage discrimination.
  • SB 0199 -- Internal insurance compliance audits.
  • SB 0200 -- Removal of keys from a vehicle stopped by police.
  • SB 0201 -- Manufactured home installation.
  • SB 0202 -- Pharmacy and wholesale drug distributor matters.
  • SB 0203 -- Public records involving children.
  • SB 0204 -- Health coverage options.
  • SB 0205 -- Disclosure of electronic mail account addresses.
  • SB 0206 -- Public safety disability pensions.
  • SB 0207 -- Collection of court costs and fines.
  • SB 0208 -- Medical alert on licenses or identification cards.
  • SB 0209 -- Community investment tax credits.
  • SB 0210 -- Medical error reporting.
  • SB 0211 -- Study committees.
  • SB 0212 -- Investments in institutions doing business in Sudan.
  • SB 0213 -- School bonds for retirement liability.
  • SB 0214 -- Exemption from county building ordinance.
  • SB 0215 -- Child in need of services; grandparent visitation.
  • SB 0216 -- Gas utility connection charges and deposits.
  • SB 0217 -- Redevelopment commission housing programs.
  • SB 0218 -- Affiliated interests of regulated utilities.
  • SB 0219 -- Ballast water and sediment in vessels.
  • SB 0220 -- Sand dredging on Lake Michigan.
  • SB 0221 -- Indiana Toll Road.
  • SB 0222 -- Tuition exemption.
  • SB 0223 -- Worker's compensation.
  • SB 0224 -- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome education.
  • SB 0225 -- Madison County courts.
  • SB 0226 -- State police pension benefits.
  • SB 0227 -- Notice of business closure.
  • SB 0228 -- Military family benefits.
  • SB 0229 -- Independent college self-insurance program.
  • SB 0230 -- Student loans.
  • SB 0231 -- Academic honors diploma grants.
  • SB 0232 -- Jury service exemptions.
  • SB 0233 -- Technology textbooks.
  • SB 0234 -- Environmental rules and enforcement.
  • SB 0235 -- Special group recognition license plates.
  • SB 0236 -- Driver training schools.
  • SB 0237 -- Regulation of abortion clinics.
  • SB 0238 -- Marion County fire consolidation.
  • SB 0239 -- Slot machines.
  • SB 0240 -- Interrogation of police officers and firefighters.
  • SB 0241 -- Review of privatization plans.
  • SB 0242 -- Voter proof of identification.
  • SB 0243 -- Sheriff's suspension power.
  • SB 0244 -- Enterprise zone investment cost credit.
  • SB 0245 -- Telecommunications.
  • SB 0246 -- Sex offenders.
  • SB 0247 -- Various homeland security matters.
  • SB 0248 -- Length of school year.
  • SB 0249 -- Employee training tax credits and programs.
  • SB 0250 -- Unemployment compensation.
  • SB 0251 -- Motor carrier enforcement.
  • SB 0252 -- Enterprise zone investment deduction.
  • SB 0253 -- Activities along shorelines.
  • SB 0254 -- Lease protections for domestic violence victims.
  • SB 0255 -- Withdrawn.
  • SB 0256 -- Credit for excessive residential property taxes.
  • SB 0257 -- Energy and fuel assistance grants to schools.
  • SB 0258 -- Streamlined sales tax provisions.
  • SB 0259 -- Stadium funding and contracts.
  • SB 0260 -- Taxation.
  • SB 0261 -- Hunting near residences.
  • SB 0262 -- Determination of high school graduation rates.
  • SB 0263 -- Antique rifle hunting season.
  • SB 0264 -- Offsite vehicle sales.
  • SB 0265 -- Domestic violence.
  • SB 0266 -- Bariatric surgery.
  • SB 0267 -- Court determination of treatments for defendants.
  • SB 0268 -- Psychological testing.
  • SB 0269 -- License plates.
  • SB 0270 -- FSSA matters.
  • SB 0271 -- Services provided by Wishard dental hygienists.
  • SB 0272 -- Extended hours for polling places.
  • SB 0273 -- Abandoned embryos and adoption matters.
  • SB 0274 -- Impounding property taxes in annexed territory.
  • SB 0275 -- Forensic diversion programs.
  • SB 0276 -- Voter education.
  • SB 0277 -- Genesis Convention Center board of managers.
  • SB 0278 -- Tax credit for college tuition and fees.
  • SB 0279 -- State rainy day fund reserves.
  • SB 0280 -- Domestic relations counseling user fees.
  • SB 0281 -- Vacating covenants and commitments.
  • SB 0282 -- National Guard tuition supplement program.
  • SB 0283 -- Emergency telephone notification system.
  • SB 0284 -- Statewide trauma system.
  • SB 0285 -- Emergency management.
  • SB 0286 -- Repeal of uniform bulk sales law.
  • SB 0287 -- Restrictions on video games.
  • SB 0288 -- Health security program.
  • SB 0289 -- Family military employment leave.
  • SB 0290 -- Unemployment benefits.
  • SB 0291 -- Eligibility for property tax deduction for elderly.
  • SB 0292 -- Election day voter registration.
  • SB 0293 -- Self-sufficiency standard for employment.
  • SB 0294 -- Equivalent jobs and wage discrimination.
  • SB 0295 -- Coroner's custody of human remains.
  • SB 0296 -- Punitive damages.
  • SB 0297 -- Penalty for false information given to the BMV.
  • SB 0298 -- Sex offender residency.
  • SB 0299 -- Trafficking with an inmate.
  • SB 0300 -- Victim's compensation fund.
  • SB 0301 -- Access to I-Light network by hospitals.
  • SB 0302 -- Single factor apportionment.
  • SB 0303 -- Various motor vehicle matters.
  • SB 0304 -- Senior citizen property tax credit.
  • SB 0305 -- Special purpose buses; emergency exits on buses.
  • SB 0306 -- State mandate notes.
  • SB 0307 -- State employee health incentives.
  • SB 0308 -- Medicaid income spend down.
  • SB 0309 -- Early childhood education.
  • SB 0310 -- Alternate methods for earning high school credits.
  • SB 0311 -- Unsolicited facsimile advertisements.
  • SB 0312 -- Environmental crimes study committee.
  • SB 0313 -- Preparing documents for recording.
  • SB 0314 -- Soil and water conservation districts and wild animals.
  • SB 0315 -- Sex offenders and lifetime parole.
  • SB 0316 -- Steel mill and refinery property taxes.
  • SB 0317 -- Annual review of unpaid restitution orders.
  • SB 0318 -- Oversight of public money.
  • SB 0319 -- Parental notice of military recruitment.
  • SB 0320 -- Standards for tutoring services.
  • SB 0321 -- Unemployment insurance.
  • SB 0322 -- Forfeiture of public pensions for misconduct.
  • SB 0323 -- Allocation of school resources.
  • SB 0324 -- Various education matters.
  • SB 0325 -- Estimated tax payments.
  • SB 0326 -- Insurer investments.
  • SB 0327 -- Kids first license plate fund distribution.
  • SB 0328 -- Police chief executive training program.
  • SB 0329 -- Electronic recording of custodial interrogations.
  • SB 0330 -- Custody after paternity is established.
  • SB 0331 -- Abandoned vehicles.
  • SB 0332 -- Department of correction pension benefits.
  • SB 0333 -- Professional licensing.
  • SB 0334 -- Restrictions on public assistance.
  • SB 0335 -- Health facility fire sprinklers and smoke alarms.
  • SB 0336 -- Care and management of student diabetes at school.
  • SB 0337 -- Licensure of heating and cooling industry.
  • SB 0338 -- False identification and criminal gang enhancement.
  • SB 0339 -- Certificate of salvage titles.
  • SB 0340 -- Salary and PERF protection for state employees.
  • SB 0341 -- Tax sales and redevelopment.
  • SB 0342 -- Electronic prescription tracking program.
  • SB 0343 -- Discharge of long term inmates.
  • SB 0344 -- Provisional ballots.
  • SB 0345 -- Reversal of payment delays.
  • SB 0346 -- PERF COLA and 13th check.
  • SB 0347 -- Disclosure of additives in motor fuel.
  • SB 0348 -- Tax credits for high growth small businesses.
  • SB 0349 -- Insurance.
  • SB 0350 -- Student assessment.
  • SB 0351 -- Indiana displaced worker tax credit.
  • SB 0352 -- Energy assistance funding from tax amnesty.
  • SB 0353 -- Alternative fuel use and production.
  • SB 0354 -- Forestry issues.
  • SB 0355 -- Taxation.
  • SB 0356 -- Viatical settlements.
  • SB 0357 -- Juvenile waiver of counsel.
  • SB 0358 -- Vending machine beverages sold in schools.
  • SB 0359 -- Procurement and state public works.
  • SB 0360 -- Bonds for public works projects.
  • SB 0361 -- Operation of license branches by contractors.
  • SB 0362 -- Collection of delinquent taxes.
  • SB 0363 -- Technology report.
  • SB 0364 -- Academic progress test.
  • SB 0365 -- State employee retirement health benefits.
  • SB 0366 -- Funding of child welfare services.
  • SB 0367 -- Shooting preserves.
  • SB 0368 -- Medical licensing board pilot program.
  • SB 0369 -- Drought planning.
  • SB 0370 -- Workforce development system.
  • SB 0371 -- Lobbyist activity reports.
  • SB 0372 -- Public safety deferred retirement option plan.
  • SB 0373 -- Payments for funeral and burial expenses.
  • SB 0374 -- Child passenger restraint systems exception.
  • SB 0375 -- Public works projects.
  • SB 0376 -- Teacher and school administrator contracts.
  • SB 0377 -- In the line of duty license plate.
  • SB 0378 -- Uniform child custody jurisdiction act.
  • SB 0379 -- Publication of administrative rules.
  • SB 0380 -- Lifetime probation for repeat child molesters.
  • SB 0381 -- Repayment of student loans.
  • SB 0382 -- Airport development zone.
  • SB 0383 -- Motor vehicle title loans.
  • SB 0384 -- Financial institutions.
  • SB 0385 -- Police pension benefits.
  • SB 0386 -- Earned income credit.
  • SB 0387 -- Health facility sprinklers for fire safety.
  • SB 0388 -- Qualified child care expenditure tax credits.
  • SB 0389 -- Adult education tax credit.
  • SB 0390 -- Property tax credits.
  • SB 0391 -- Eminent domain.
  • SB 0392 -- Growth related projects and land conservation.
  • SB 0393 -- Local option property tax replacements.
  • SB 0394 -- Indianapolis/Marion County consolidation.
House
  • HB 1001 -- Various tax matters.
  • HB 1002 -- Withdrawn.
  • HB 1003 -- Withdrawn.
  • HB 1004 -- Withdrawn.
  • HB 1005 -- Autism scholarships.
  • HB 1006 -- Allocation of school resources; homeless students.
  • HB 1007 -- Various business tax changes.
  • HB 1008 -- Public-private agreements for transportation.
  • HB 1009 -- Redistricting commission.
  • HB 1010 -- Eminent domain.
  • HB 1011 -- Miscellaneous election law matters.
  • HB 1012 -- Bill Withdrawn
  • HB 1013 -- License plates.
  • HB 1014 -- Indiana time zones.
  • HB 1015 -- Residential property tax deduction.
  • HB 1016 -- Alcohol and tobacco matters.
  • HB 1017 -- Property appraisers.
  • HB 1018 -- Water authority audits.
  • HB 1019 -- Employee's right to work.
  • HB 1020 -- Regulation of teen clubs.
  • HB 1021 -- Hay baling on interstate rights-of-way.
  • HB 1022 -- State fair commission.
  • HB 1023 -- Addiction treatment facilities.
  • HB 1024 -- Criminal confinement.
  • HB 1025 -- Innkeeper's taxes.
  • HB 1026 -- Off-road vehicles and snowmobiles.
  • HB 1027 -- Daylight saving time.
  • HB 1028 -- Firearms and self-defense.
  • HB 1029 -- Education.
  • HB 1030 -- License branch closings.
  • HB 1031 -- Small business set-aside purchases.
  • HB 1032 -- Judges' pensions.
  • HB 1033 -- Child welfare levy elimination.
  • HB 1034 -- Defenses to controlled substance offenses.
  • HB 1035 -- Appropriation for the Lincoln amphitheater.
  • HB 1036 -- Wine shipping and farm winery matters.
  • HB 1037 -- County option surcharges on state park fees.
  • HB 1038 -- Permits for oversized or overweight vehicles.
  • HB 1039 -- Lifetime hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses.
  • HB 1040 -- Technical corrections bill.
  • HB 1041 -- Health benefit mandates.
  • HB 1042 -- Public works projects.
  • HB 1043 -- Jury service.
  • HB 1044 -- Township fire protection districts.
  • HB 1045 -- IURC merger and fining authority.
  • HB 1046 -- Penalties from failed tax sales.
  • HB 1047 -- Financial literacy curriculum.
  • HB 1048 -- Mercury in vaccines.
  • HB 1049 -- Controlled substances crimes.
  • HB 1050 -- Enterprise zone investment deduction.
  • HB 1051 -- Removal of tenant's property from dwelling unit.
  • HB 1052 -- Security freezes on credit reports.
  • HB 1053 -- Identification to obtain a birth certificate.
  • HB 1054 -- Revocation of assigned electric service area.
  • HB 1055 -- Food establishments and food handlers.
  • HB 1056 -- Certificate of salvage title.
  • HB 1057 -- Daylight saving time public question.
  • HB 1058 -- Property tax abatements.
  • HB 1059 -- Transfer of money between school funds.
  • HB 1060 -- Mobile camps for railroad employees.
  • HB 1061 -- Interrogation of police officers and firefighters.
  • HB 1062 -- School corporation police department.
  • HB 1063 -- Registering interior designers.
  • HB 1064 -- School levy freeze.
  • HB 1065 -- Pesticide application.
  • HB 1066 -- Spotlighting wild animals.
  • HB 1067 -- Birth and death records.
  • HB 1068 -- NIPSCO audit.
  • HB 1069 -- Military family relief.
  • HB 1070 -- Driver's licenses, permits, and identification.
  • HB 1071 -- Grandparent visitation.
  • HB 1072 -- Holocaust study.
  • HB 1073 -- Tax on recreational vehicles and cargo trailers.
  • HB 1074 -- Enterprise zone investment cost credit.
  • HB 1075 -- Tax credit for worksite health programs.
  • HB 1076 -- Contracts for public water and wastewater projects.
  • HB 1077 -- Agriculture, gaming, and economic development.
  • HB 1078 -- Collective bargaining for public employees.
  • HB 1079 -- Cost benefit analysis of outsourcing.
  • HB 1080 -- Standards and inspection of abortion clinics.
  • HB 1081 -- Home energy sales tax exemption.
  • HB 1082 -- Public safety disability presumption.
  • HB 1083 -- Coroner's determination of time of death.
  • HB 1084 -- Property tax deduction for free golf for students.
  • HB 1085 -- Employee alcoholic beverage permits.
  • HB 1086 -- Agricultural enterprise zones.
  • HB 1087 -- Squirrel hunting season.
  • HB 1088 -- Companion animal tax.
  • HB 1089 -- Annexation of property zoned agricultural.
  • HB 1090 -- Fire protection agreements.
  • HB 1091 -- Lifetime hunting licenses.
  • HB 1092 -- Annexation.
  • HB 1093 -- Offenses on school property or against school employees.
  • HB 1094 -- Reconnection charges.
  • HB 1095 -- Little Calumet River Basin development commission.
  • HB 1096 -- Limitation on abortions.
  • HB 1097 -- Discount medical card programs.
  • HB 1098 -- Massage therapy regulation.
  • HB 1099 -- Fireworks sales, discharge, public safety fees, and injuries.
  • HB 1100 -- Medicaid cash and counseling waiver.
  • HB 1101 -- Security breach disclosure and identity deception.
  • HB 1102 -- Local government matters.
  • HB 1103 -- Bureau of motor vehicles matters.
  • HB 1104 -- Loss of office due to delinquent child support.
  • HB 1105 -- Gasoline prices.
  • HB 1106 -- Automatic external defibrillators.
  • HB 1107 -- Funding of emergency warning systems under the Barrett law.
  • HB 1108 -- Aggressive driving and criminal recklessness.
  • HB 1109 -- Tippecanoe County food and beverage tax.
  • HB 1110 -- Environmental law.
  • HB 1111 -- Life insurance and Medicaid.
  • HB 1112 -- Communications of sympathy.
  • HB 1113 -- Liability connected with consumption of food and beverages.
  • HB 1114 -- Various property matters.
  • HB 1115 -- Cost of living adjustment for sheriffs' pension.
  • HB 1116 -- Rights of consumers of legal services.
  • HB 1117 -- Environmental law.
  • HB 1118 -- Grandparent visitation.
  • HB 1119 -- Governance of rural telephone cooperatives.
  • HB 1120 -- Human and sexual trafficking.
  • HB 1121 -- Flood control.
  • HB 1122 -- Discharge of water by oceangoing vessels.
  • HB 1123 -- Sexual assault standards and certification board.
  • HB 1124 -- Rainy day fund loans to political subdivisions.
  • HB 1125 -- Liens for unpaid or unsatisfied fringe benefits.
  • HB 1126 -- Public safety officers' survivor insurance.
  • HB 1127 -- DOE use of funds for mentor teacher stipends.
  • HB 1128 -- Ignition interlock devices.
  • HB 1129 -- County hospital privileges.
  • HB 1130 -- Regulation of insurance rates.
  • HB 1131 -- Cable franchises.
  • HB 1132 -- Lifetime parole for child molesters.
  • HB 1133 -- Restrictions on minors' driver's licenses.
  • HB 1134 -- Recodification of Title 21 and related provisions.
  • HB 1135 -- Alcohol displays in retail stores.
  • HB 1136 -- Brokers' liens on commercial real estate.
  • HB 1137 -- Full-day kindergarten funding from tax amnesty.
  • HB 1138 -- Hunting and lifetime license trust fund.
  • HB 1139 -- Property tax late payment penalty.
  • HB 1140 -- Abatements for used Indiana equipment.
  • HB 1141 -- Campaign finance.
  • HB 1142 -- Skills 2016 training fund.
  • HB 1143 -- Property tax abatement.
  • HB 1144 -- Injuries to or death of an employee.
  • HB 1145 -- Sanitation districts.
  • HB 1146 -- Interlocal cooperation for economic development.
  • HB 1147 -- Affiliated interests of regulated utilities.
  • HB 1148 -- Account numbers on receipts.
  • HB 1149 -- Charity gaming volunteer reporting requirements.
  • HB 1150 -- Use of antique license plates on motor vehicles.
  • HB 1151 -- Operation of motorized bicycles.
  • HB 1152 -- Exotic mammals.
  • HB 1153 -- Consignment of art.
  • HB 1154 -- Family law mediation.
  • HB 1155 -- Sex offenders.
  • HB 1156 -- Various provisions concerning courts.
  • HB 1157 -- Marion superior court.
  • HB 1158 -- Small claims, civil actions, and sheriff's fees.
  • HB 1159 -- License branch hours on election days.
  • HB 1160 -- Forfeiture of economic development incentives.
  • HB 1161 -- Study committee on corporate accountability.
  • HB 1162 -- University bonding.
  • HB 1163 -- Regulation of private child support collectors.
  • HB 1164 -- Expunging certain felony conviction records.
  • HB 1165 -- Use of CAGIT revenue.
  • HB 1166 -- Cigarette manufacturer fee.
  • HB 1167 -- Student nutrition and physical activity.
  • HB 1168 -- Expanded notice of state agency agendas.
  • HB 1169 -- Political party affiliation.
  • HB 1170 -- Minimally nutritious food and beverage tax.
  • HB 1171 -- Pension base for police officers and firefighters.
  • HB 1172 -- Written information before an abortion.
  • HB 1173 -- Lifelong learning matching grant.
  • HB 1174 -- Highway modernization projects.
  • HB 1175 -- Sales tax holiday.
  • HB 1176 -- Handgun license renewal.
  • HB 1177 -- Common construction wage.
  • HB 1178 -- Insurance proceeds set aside.
  • HB 1179 -- Installment payments of property taxes.
  • HB 1180 -- Pharmacy security.
  • HB 1181 -- Child abuse or neglect.
  • HB 1182 -- Limited criminal history.
  • HB 1183 -- Delayed unemployment compensation payments.
  • HB 1184 -- Four day school week option.
  • HB 1185 -- Employee/victim right to attend proceedings.
  • HB 1186 -- Library board term limits.
  • HB 1187 -- Smoking in enclosed public places.
  • HB 1188 -- Expanded Gary airport authority tax base.
  • HB 1189 -- Year to year tenancy on land used for agriculture.
  • HB 1190 -- Farm winery sales to retailers.
  • HB 1191 -- In-class spending requirements.
  • HB 1192 -- Employee certification tax credit.
  • HB 1193 -- Attorney's fees in Medicaid lien collection cases.
  • HB 1194 -- Notice of underground storage tank leaks.
  • HB 1195 -- Sales tax holiday.
  • HB 1196 -- Senior fishing licenses.
  • HB 1197 -- Distribution of sales tax on gasoline and fuels.
  • HB 1198 -- Sprinkler systems in nursing homes.
  • HB 1199 -- Property tax abatement.
  • HB 1200 -- Employment absence for orders for protection.
  • HB 1201 -- Disruption of funeral.
  • HB 1202 -- Preference for marriage; instruction by schools.
  • HB 1203 -- Preliminary orders in juvenile cases.
  • HB 1204 -- Limitation on school starting date.
  • HB 1205 -- Indiana time zones.
  • HB 1206 -- Restrooms in license branches.
  • HB 1207 -- Home improvement fraud.
  • HB 1208 -- Attorney's fees.
  • HB 1209 -- Public transportation smoking prohibition.
  • HB 1210 -- Covenant marriage.
  • HB 1211 -- School property taxes.
  • HB 1212 -- Drainage assessments, sanitation districts, and storm water districts.
  • HB 1213 -- Study of teacher incentives.
  • HB 1214 -- Motor carrier enforcement.
  • HB 1215 -- Review privatization of state functions.
  • HB 1216 -- School instructional days.
  • HB 1217 -- Proof of ownership of stock before sale.
  • HB 1218 -- Prohibiting cell phone use by newer drivers.
  • HB 1219 -- Sales tax rebate for developing tourist site.
  • HB 1220 -- Professional investigation funds.
  • HB 1221 -- Veterans affairs trust.
  • HB 1222 -- Redevelopment commission housing programs.
  • HB 1223 -- Gasoline and special fuel tax exemption.
  • HB 1224 -- Fire protection district tax levy.
  • HB 1225 -- Net metering and interconnection rules.
  • HB 1226 -- Property tax deduction for the elderly.
  • HB 1227 -- Retired state employees.
  • HB 1228 -- Education finance and taxation.
  • HB 1229 -- Transfer of title upon mortgage default.
  • HB 1230 -- Transfer of first steps program.
  • HB 1231 -- Endangering an unborn child.
  • HB 1232 -- Curfew.
  • HB 1233 -- Property tax rates and levies.
  • HB 1234 -- Public safety officer death benefit.
  • HB 1235 -- Isolation, and quarantine, and health matters.
  • HB 1236 -- Capitol police salary matrix.
  • HB 1237 -- Licensure of midwives.
  • HB 1238 -- Emergency management mobile support.
  • HB 1239 -- Preexisting conditions.
  • HB 1240 -- Statewide testing program; mentor teacher stipends.
  • HB 1241 -- Worker's compensation.
  • HB 1242 -- Growth and development study committee.
  • HB 1243 -- Bill Withdrawn
  • HB 1244 -- Mentor teacher stipends.
  • HB 1245 -- Advanced placement programs.
  • HB 1246 -- Purple Heart license plate for surviving spouse.
  • HB 1247 -- Wrongful death or injury of a child.
  • HB 1248 -- Bill Withdrawn.
  • HB 1249 -- County drug free community fund.
  • HB 1250 -- Alcohol beverage matters.
  • HB 1251 -- Disabled veteran license plates.
  • HB 1252 -- Disabled veteran tuition fee remission.
  • HB 1253 -- Littering.
  • HB 1254 -- Transfer on death deed.
  • HB 1255 -- Intent to sell sexually explicit products.
  • HB 1256 -- Board of animal health fees for dairy program.
  • HB 1257 -- Postsecondary proprietary education.
  • HB 1258 -- Disturbance of land.
  • HB 1259 -- Military bases.
  • HB 1260 -- Health care provider civil proceedings.
  • HB 1261 -- Housing and community development authority.
  • HB 1262 -- Isolation or quarantine by public health authority.
  • HB 1263 -- Timber sales and wilderness areas.
  • HB 1264 -- Sustainable energy.
  • HB 1265 -- Landlord-tenant law.
  • HB 1266 -- Headquarters relocation tax credit.
  • HB 1267 -- Employment certificates for children.
  • HB 1268 -- Tax amnesty funds for volunteer fire departments.
  • HB 1269 -- Prohibit knives in schools.
  • HB 1270 -- Employee health coverage.
  • HB 1271 -- Negligent homicide.
  • HB 1272 -- Self-assessment of real property.
  • HB 1273 -- Housing trust fund financing.
  • HB 1274 -- Use of tax amnesty funds to reduce welfare levy.
  • HB 1275 -- Funding of education grants.
  • HB 1276 -- Inheritance tax phase out.
  • HB 1277 -- Civil actions and attorney's fees.
  • HB 1278 -- School corporation public works projects.
  • HB 1279 -- Telecommunications.
  • HB 1280 -- Unsolicited facsimile advertisements.
  • HB 1281 -- Domestic violence.
  • HB 1282 -- Elimination of school property taxes.
  • HB 1283 -- Epidemic, pandemic, or bioterrorism disease.
  • HB 1284 -- Home energy assistance.
  • HB 1285 -- Alternative fuels.
  • HB 1286 -- Motorcycle operational skills test.
  • HB 1287 -- Transportation.
  • HB 1288 -- Military family leave.
  • HB 1289 -- Biomonitoring program.
  • HB 1290 -- Sewer improvement and extension fund.
  • HB 1291 -- East Chicago school board.
  • HB 1292 -- Commission on Hispanic/Latino affairs.
  • HB 1293 -- Determination of graduation rates.
  • HB 1294 -- Rental dwelling property tax deduction.
  • HB 1295 -- Excise tax on recreational vehicles.
  • HB 1296 -- Health insurance for retired state employees.
  • HB 1297 -- Product and service warranties.
  • HB 1298 -- Property tax deductions.
  • HB 1299 -- Financial institutions.
  • HB 1300 -- Commercial driver's licenses and permits.
  • HB 1301 -- Marion County government consolidation.
  • HB 1302 -- Services for developmentally disabled children.
  • HB 1303 -- Energy assistance contingency fund.
  • HB 1304 -- Judicial funding for counties.
  • HB 1305 -- Parking with former prisoner of war plates.
  • HB 1306 -- Various corporate law matters.
  • HB 1307 -- Worker's compensation.
  • HB 1308 -- Restraint on trade of contact lenses.
  • HB 1309 -- Former legislator health benefits.
  • HB 1310 -- Driver's certificates.
  • HB 1311-- Bill Withdrawn.
  • HB 1312 -- Various education matters.
  • HB 1313 -- 1977 retirement fund benefit enhancement.
  • HB 1314 -- Substance and alcohol use during pregnancy.
  • HB 1315 -- Video service franchises.
  • HB 1316 -- New Harmony bridge.
  • HB 1317 -- Drug offender facility.
  • HB 1318 -- Property tax abatement.
  • HB 1319 -- Chiropractors and physical therapists.
  • HB 1320 -- Drug and alcohol control.
  • HB 1321 -- Administration and funding of human services.
  • HB 1322 -- Property tax liability for various taxpayers.
  • HB 1323 -- Extra heavy duty highways.
  • HB 1324 -- Disclosure of employer health care spending.
  • HB 1325 -- Review of privatization savings.
  • HB 1326 -- Single factor apportionment.
  • HB 1327 -- Taxation and government finance.
  • HB 1328 -- Local taxes and fees.
  • HB 1329 -- Medicaid disease management and kidney disease.
  • HB 1330 -- Military service credit for teachers' retirement fund members.
  • HB 1331 -- Out-of-state boat registration.
  • HB 1332 -- Alternative fuel production and use.
  • HB 1333 -- Educational scholarship programs.
  • HB 1334 -- State police funding.
  • HB 1335 -- Preference for marriage over other relationships.
  • HB 1336 -- Property tax freeze.
  • HB 1337 -- County option gross retail tax.
  • HB 1338 -- School improvement awards; teacher CPR training; diabetes management.
  • HB 1339 -- Real estate broker and salesperson licenses.
  • HB 1340 -- Redevelopment district housing programs.
  • HB 1341 -- Cy pres; trusts and public benefit corporations.
  • HB 1342 -- Public safety issues.
  • HB 1343 -- Communications and public safety answering points.
  • HB 1344 -- Government consolidation in Vanderburgh County.
  • HB 1345 -- Income tax credit for sales tax paid for heating.
  • HB 1346 -- Assessment of undeveloped land.
  • HB 1347 -- Various education matters.
  • HB 1348 -- Language requirement and illegal aliens.
  • HB 1349 -- Hunting facilities and licenses.
  • HB 1350 -- Judicial pensions.
  • HB 1351 -- Same day voter registration.
  • HB 1352 -- Medicaid and Wishard healthcare management program.
  • HB 1353 -- Trademarks and service marks.
  • HB 1354 -- Film and audio production tax incentives.
  • HB 1355 -- Selection of superintendent of public instruction.
  • HB 1356 -- Deferral of property tax payments.
  • HB 1357 -- Driver's certificates.
  • HB 1358 -- Special economic development project districts.
  • HB 1359 -- Notice of business closure.
  • HB 1360 -- Senior citizen property tax credit.
  • HB 1361 -- Children of veterans' educational benefits.
  • HB 1362 -- Local government reorganization.
  • HB 1363 -- Paramedic service levies.
  • HB 1364 -- Environmental rulemaking.
  • HB 1365 -- Sheriff's fees and employees.
  • HB 1366 -- Local road and street distributions.
  • HB 1367 -- Study of liability for 501(c)(3) organizations.
  • HB 1368 -- PERF and TRF cost of living adjustments.
  • HB 1369 -- Bill Withdrawn.
  • HB 1370 -- Special prosecutors and inspector general.
  • HB 1371 -- Military service home buyer program.
  • HB 1372 -- State executive branch collective bargaining.
  • HB 1373 -- Do not call cell phone list.
  • HB 1374 -- Teacher licensure.
  • HB 1375 -- Inmate credit time.
  • HB 1376 -- State spending cap.
  • HB 1377 -- Transfer of residential care facility residents.
  • HB 1378 -- Corn checkoffs.
  • HB 1379 -- Renewable energy resources.
  • HB 1380 -- Various economic development matters.
  • HB 1381 -- Kindergarten tax credit.
  • HB 1382 -- Access to reimbursement fee schedules.
  • HB 1383 -- Restrictions for illegal aliens.
  • HB 1384 -- Certification of accuracy of government accounting.
  • HB 1385 -- Enforcing city and town ordinances.
  • HB 1386 -- Academic progress test.
  • HB 1387 -- Personal needs allowance.
  • HB 1388 -- Accuracy in textbooks.
  • HB 1389 -- Purchase of service credit.
  • HB 1390 -- Insurer investments.
  • HB 1391 -- Farm mutual insurance company taxes.
  • HB 1392 -- Insurance matters.
  • HB 1393 -- Community development financial institutions.
  • HB 1394 -- Vanderburgh County consolidation.
  • HB 1395 -- Marion County health and hospital corporation.
  • HB 1396 -- Administration of charity gaming.
  • HB 1397 -- State ethics standards.
  • HB 1398 -- Marion County airport board and airport land use.
  • HB 1399 -- Taxes and local finances.
  • HB 1400 -- Government reorganization and administration.
  • HB 1401 -- County hospital governing boards.
  • HB 1402 -- Scott County option income tax for jail.
  • HB 1403 -- Elimination of textbook rental program.
  • HB 1404 -- Securitization of tobacco settlement payments.
  • HB 1405 -- Code for building rehabilitation.
  • HB 1406 -- High school diploma.
  • HB 1407 -- Higher education issues.
  • HB 1408 -- Expungement of criminal and juvenile records.
  • HB 1409 -- Pension administration.
  • HB 1410 -- Bible study.
  • HB 1411 -- Jury pay fund.
  • HB 1412 -- Criteria for industrial development programs.
  • HB 1413 -- Drug testing on state public works projects.
  • HB 1414 -- Human and sexual trafficking.
  • HB 1415 -- Department of child services caseworkers.
  • HB 1416 -- Financial responsibility for motor vehicles.
  • HB 1417 -- Regulation of rifles and shotguns.
  • HB 1418 -- Kennel licenses.
  • HB 1419 -- Judicial nominations.
  • HB 1420 -- Employee tobacco use.
  • HB 1421 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1422 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1423 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1424 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1425 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1426 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1427 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1428 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1429 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1430 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1431 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1432 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1433 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1434 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1435 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1436 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1437 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1438 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1439 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1440 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1441 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1442 -- Vehicle bill.
  • HB 1443 -- Vehicle bill.