Introduced House Bill (H)

Authored by

DIGEST

Regulation of e-liquids. Changes an applicability date in the definition of "security firm" in the statute regulating e-liquids. Provides that a security firm may not be owned by an e-liquids manufacturer, retailer, or distributor. Provides that a security firm is not required to be a locksmith. Removes the date requirement regarding applications for e-liquid manufacturing permits. Provides that the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission) may issue up to 10 e-liquid manufacturing permits. Requires a security firm to notify the commission if the security firm does not meet the security firm requirements. Provides that the commission may allow a security firm Regulation of e-liquids. Changes an applicability date in the definition of "security firm" in the statute regulating e-liquids. Provides that a security firm may not be owned by an e-liquids manufacturer, retailer, or distributor. Provides that a security firm is not required to be a locksmith. Removes the date requirement regarding applications for e-liquid manufacturing permits. Provides that the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission) may issue up to 10 e-liquid manufacturing permits. Requires a security firm to notify the commission if the security firm does not meet the security firm requirements. Provides that the commission may allow a security firm that has reported that it does not meet the security firm requirements to continue being a security firm if the commission makes certain findings. Requires the commission to approve and certify that a security firm: (1) has met certain qualifications; and (2) is capable of providing services to ensure the safety and security of e-liquids for sale in Indiana. Prohibits the commission from renewing a permit if the permit holder did not produce e-liquids while the permit was valid, unless the commission finds a valid reason for the nonproduction. ... View more