RESOLUTIONS, Interim Studies

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Name Description Status
HR 10 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of staggered municipal elections. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Elections and Apportionment
HCR 12 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of multistate nurse licensure agreements. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Public Health
HR 2 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of cybersecurity and the feasibility of adding cybersecurity to the commercial code for the purposes of liability insurance. (H) First reading: adopted voice vote
SCR 39 Urging a study of the correct process for assigning namesakes to counties. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Local Government
SR 52 Urging a study of unemployment insurance. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Pensions and Labor
SR 53 Urging a study of the defined contribution plan. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Pensions and Labor
HR 33 Urging the legislative council to study the topic of allowing counties, cites, and towns an option to provide a property tax assessed value deduction in certain circumstances. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Ways and Means
HCR 8 Urging the legislative council to assign to an appropriate study committee the topic of the determination of the time zone or time zones in which Indiana's 92 counties should be located. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Roads and Transportation
SR 54 Urging expanding ethanol-blended fuels availability. (S) Second reading: adopted
SR 55 Urging a study of IC 36-5-3-2 and part-time pay scales for town officials. (S) Second reading: adopted;
HR 39 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of small business lending. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development
HR 38 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of the Buy Indiana Plan and the associated Request for Proposals (RFP) process. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Government and Regulatory Reform
HR 11 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of adoption costs and barriers. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Family, Children and Human Affairs
HCR 6 Urging the Legislative Council to assign to an appropriate study committee the topic of the interaction of the therapeutic privilege and patient access of their condition. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Public Health
HR 14 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of licensure for Indiana naturopathic doctors. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Public Health
SR 39 Urging a study of the Employment First Program. (S) Second reading: adopted
SR 18 Urging the study of prescription drug pricing. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
SR 16 Urging the study of student educational success with a specific focus on establishing Communities in Schools. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 31 Urging the legislative council to study the topic of school buses equipped with three point seat belts. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 14 Urging the study of funding for charter school transportation. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 33 Urging the Commission for Higher Education to report to the Legislative Council the feasibility of establishing an agricultural law program at Indiana University's Robert H. McKinney School of Law. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
HR 30 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of increasing employee access to and participation in retirement savings programs. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Employment, Labor and Pensions
SCR 26 Urging the study of Central Time Zone for all counties. (S) Withdrawn
HR 23 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of the consolidation of current school funds with taxing authority for additional efficiency and transparency. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Ways and Means voice vote
HR 64 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of card skimming devices to the appropriate committee. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Financial Institutions
HR 52 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of the three tier alcohol distribution system in Indiana. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Public Policy
SR 40 Urging a study for the expanded use of GPS usage in domestic violence cases. (S) Second reading: adopted
SR 15 Urging the study of the expansion TAP System. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
HR 26 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of equipping school buses with lap and shoulder safety belts. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Education
HR 51 Urging the legislative council to assign to an appropriate study committee the topic of the causes of violence and violent crime in Indiana. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Courts and Criminal Code
SR 47 Urging state department of health to study the fiscal impact of additional newborn screening. (S) Second reading: adopted
SR 63 Urging the study of health information technology. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
HR 6 Urging the Legislative Council to assign to the appropriate committee the study of a ban on the sale of use of coal tar pavement products. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Environmental Affairs
HR 50 Urging the legislative council to assign the study of the appropriate regulatory structure and agency to regulate independent centers that provide applied behavioral analysis services. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Government and Regulatory Reform
SR 67 Urging the study of black homicide victims. (S) First reading: adopted voice vote
SR 29 Urging Legislative Council to assign to the appropriate study committee certain topics pertaining to the state's infrastructure and communications. (S) Second reading: adopted
HR 3 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of rewriting Title 7.1 (Alcohol and Tobacco) of the Indiana Code. (H) First reading: adopted voice vote
HR 13 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of a FairTax at the state level. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Ways and Means
SR 8 Urging the leg council to study the topic of creating permanent funding of child rescue programs and funding investigations of Internet crimes against children known as Alicia's Law. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
HR 12 Urging the legislative council to assign to the appropriate study committee the topic of state funding for county veteran service officers. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Veterans Affairs and Public Safety
HR 40 Urging the Legislative Council to assign the topic of the suspension and reinstatement of driver's licenses for those who are indigent. (H) Second reading: adopted
SR 7 Urging the leg council to study the topic of debt forgiveness for dental and medical students willing to relocate to underserved areas. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
HR 65 Urging the legislative council to assign to study the topic of the coverage of FDA approved abuse deterrent opioid analgesics. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Public Health
HR 62 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of pharmacy security measures to the appropriate committee. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Public Health
HR 63 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of card skimming devices to the appropriate committee. (H) First reading: referred to the Committee on Financial Institutions