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Name Description Status
SB 386 DNA samples from arrestees. (S) First Reading: Referred to Judiciary
SB 6 Animal fighting contests. (S) First Reading: Referred to Corrections and Criminal Law
SB 164 Criminal law. (S) First Reading: Referred to Corrections and Criminal Law
SB 146 False informing. (S) First Reading: Referred to Corrections and Criminal Law
HB 1190 Treatment of miscarried remains. (H) Public Law 127
SB 52 Natural and cultural resources penalties. (S) Signed by the Governor
HB 1291 Adult oriented businesses. (H) First Reading: Referred to Courts and Criminal Code
SB 251 Animal control and protection. (H) First Reading: Referred to Courts and Criminal Code
SB 17 Unattended child in car. (S) First Reading: Referred to Corrections and Criminal Law
SB 33 Possession of glass containers on the Wabash River. (H) First Reading: Referred to Courts and Criminal Code
SB 236 Alcohol and criminal offenses. (S) Public Law 159
SB 314 Legalize small amounts of marijuana. (S) First Reading: Referred to Corrections and Criminal Law
SB 317 Vote fraud and public employment. (S) First Reading: Referred to Elections
SB 216 Environmental crimes. (S) First Reading: Referred to Environmental Affairs
SB 231 Electronic communications. (S) First Reading: Referred to Corrections and Criminal Law
SB 272 Alcoholic beverage licenses. (S) Third reading: Failed for lack of constitutional majority Roll Call 168: yeas 25 and nays 22
SB 152 DNA submission upon arrest. (S) First Reading: Referred to Judiciary
SB 64 Downloading of cell phone information by police. (H) First Reading: Referred to Courts and Criminal Code
SB 69 Use of DNA evidence. (S) First Reading: Referred to Judiciary
HB 1006 Reconciles technical and substantive conflicts between HEA 1006-2013 (the criminal code revision bill) and other bills concerning criminal law. (H) Signed by the Governor
HB 1008 Publication of list of criminal offenses. (H) Signed by the Governor
SB 28 Alcohol consumption by a minor. (H) First Reading: Referred to Courts and Criminal Code