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Enrolled Senate Bill (S)

DIGEST

Regulation of radioactive material. Establishes Indiana as a nuclear regulatory agreement state upon approval by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (commission) and the signing of an agreement by the governor and the chairman of the commission. Establishes the policies and purposes of the agreement in regulating certain radioactive items. Provides that the Indiana department of homeland security (department) is responsible for carrying out the duties of the agreement. Tasks the department to create rules, regulations, and protocols for the enforcement of the agreement. Requires the department to create licensing procedures for radioactive materials. Provides that the department shall create fee Regulation of radioactive material. Establishes Indiana as a nuclear regulatory agreement state upon approval by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (commission) and the signing of an agreement by the governor and the chairman of the commission. Establishes the policies and purposes of the agreement in regulating certain radioactive items. Provides that the Indiana department of homeland security (department) is responsible for carrying out the duties of the agreement. Tasks the department to create rules, regulations, and protocols for the enforcement of the agreement. Requires the department to create licensing procedures for radioactive materials. Provides that the department shall create fee structures for the regulation of various radioactive services. Establishes the radiation site closure and disposal fund and the radiation long-term care fund. Permits the department to enter public and private property to ensure compliance with radiation regulations under certain conditions. Provides that the governor and the department may enter into agreements with the commission. Supersedes municipality or county regulation of certain radioactive materials. Prohibits the use or possession of certain radioactive materials unless licensed by the department. Grants the department emergency authority to impound radioactive materials in the possession of a person who is not in compliance with the department. Provides civil penalties for violations of certain rules. ... View more