Senate:

    Simple

  • SR 2: Authorizing the Postmaster of the Indiana Senate to receive from the Postmaster of the City of Indianapolis all mail belonging to the Senate.
  • SR 3: Congratulating Dr. Patrick Biggerstaff.
  • SR 4: Memorializing Cleveland "Deacon" Harp.
  • SR 5: Honoring Senator Karen Tallian upon her retirement from the Indiana Senate.
  • SR 6: Honoring Indiana's women veterans.
  • SR 7: Recognizing the month of September as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
  • SR 8: Memorializing the life of Zachary Steven Eckert.
  • SR 9: Congratulating the Chesterton Mitey Mites.
  • SR 10: Memorializing Stephen Harp.
  • SR 11: Urging the Indiana federal congressional delegation to support the Baker-Shultz Carbon Dividends Plan.
  • SR 12: Honoring Indiana 4-H.
  • SR 13: Memorializing Benjamin Edward Carpenter, Jr.
  • SR 14: Congratulating the Indy Chamber.
  • SR 15: Congratulating Jacob and Jill Smoker.
  • SR 16: Honoring the Indiana Citizens Redistricting Commission.
  • SR 17: Concerning air quality in schools.
  • SR 18: Congratulating White Lick Presbyterian Church.
  • SR 19: Congratulating the First Baptist Church of Greencastle.
  • SR 20: Memorializing William R. Kellems.
  • SR 21: Honoring Senator Ron Grooms upon his retirement from the Indiana Senate.
  • SR 22: Honoring Senator Tim Lanane for his years of service to the Indiana State Senate and Senate District 25.
  • SR 23: Congratulating the Friendship Baptist Church.
  • SR 24: Honoring the Lincoln Amphitheatre.
  • SR 25: Honoring Senator Erin Houchin upon her retirement from the Indiana Senate.
  • SR 26: Honoring Senator Phil Boots upon his retirement from the Indiana Senate.
  • SR 27: Congratulating Vincent Kreft.
  • SR 28: Honoring Indiana Task Force 1.
  • SR 29: Honoring Kim Boyd.
  • SR 30: Recognizing Indiana school counselors during the week of February 7, 2022, National School Counseling Week.
  • SR 31: To highlight the Community Schools model.
  • SR 32: Memorializing Amber L. Ray.
  • SR 33: Memorializing Allen G. Sanderson, Jr.
  • SR 34: Recognizing Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen Laine.
  • SR 35: Recognizing Detective Robert "Bobby" Flack.
  • SR 36: Honoring the lives of the 1871 Charlestown lynching victims.
  • SR 37: Recognizing the month of April as Arab-American Heritage Month.
  • SR 38: Urging the legislative council to assign the topics of the qualifications, training, certification, and available workforce for local veteran service officers.
  • SR 39: Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of a SNAP Restaurant Meal Program.
  • SR 40: Honoring Senator Dennis Kruse upon his retirement from the Indiana Senate.
  • SR 41: Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of educational support professionals.
  • SR 42: Honoring Senator Frank Mrvan for his service to the Indiana Senate.
  • SR 43: Honoring Chuck Crabb.
  • SR 44: Honoring victims of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.
  • SR 45: Honoring the Junior League of Indianapolis.
  • SR 46: Reaffirming Indiana's commitment to strengthening and deepening the sister-state ties between Indiana and Taiwan.
  • SR 47: Congratulating David Hofmann.
  • SR 48: Recognizing the importance of the Bible in history.
  • SR 49: Recognizing cold beer as the unofficial beverage of the State of Indiana.
  • SR 50: Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of reserve city and town police officers.
  • SR 51: Urging Governor Eric Holcomb to proclaim April 14, 2022, Remanufacturing Day.
  • SR 52: Honoring notable African American men and women in Madison County history.
  • SR 53: Honoring the notable African American women in Delaware County history.
  • SR 54: Expressing appreciation to the Indiana State Chiropractic Association for the "Chiropractor of the Day" program.
  • SR 55: Expressing appreciation to the Indiana State Medical Association and the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians for coordinating and operating the "Doctor of the Day" program.
  • SR 56: Expressing gratitude to Verizon Communications.
  • SR 57: Honoring the 2022 Senate Majority Caucus interns.
  • SR 58: To recognize and honor the Senate Democratic Caucus Interns.
  • SR 59: Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of issuing driving cards to residents of Indiana who cannot provide proof of identity and lawful status in the United States.
  • SR 60: Memorializing Carl "Red" Alan Lichte.
  • SR 61: Congratulating Susan Daoust.
  • SR 62: Congratulating Addison Wiley.
  • SR 63: Recognizing the 1971 Anderson Little League team from Gary, IN.
  • SR 64: Recognizing the exceptional work and dedication of the Indiana State Senate employees.
  • SR 65: Expressing the sincere gratitude and appreciation of the Indiana Senate to the Indiana Legislative Services Agency.
  • SR 66: Honoring the Indiana Geological and Water Survey.
  • SR 67: Honoring Ruth Hayes.
  • SR 68: Honoring Carl Erskine.
  • SR 69: Honoring Trans-Care Ambulance.
  • SR 70: Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of coal ash contamination.
  • SR 71: Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of providing an enhanced study on Black history in each high school U.S. history course.
  • SR 72: Honoring Sally Sloan.
  • SR 73: Honoring the Second Baptist Church of Bloomington.
  • SR 74: Memorializing Richard "Hank" Potter.
  • Concurrent

  • SCR 2: Directing the U.S. Congress to propose to the several states an amendment to the U.S. Constitution concerning the membership of the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • SCR 3: Concerning climate change and economic development.
  • SCR 4: Recognizing the National FFA Organization and the Indiana FFA Association.
  • SCR 5: Urging Governor Holcomb to proclaim the week of May 1, 2022, as Tardive Dyskinesia Awareness Week.
  • SCR 6: Congratulating Kelsey Murphy.
  • SCR 7: To convene a Joint Session of the One Hundred Twenty-Second General Assembly of the State of Indiana.
  • SCR 8: To convene a Joint Session of the One Hundred Twenty-Second General Assembly of the State of Indiana.
  • SCR 9: Urging the U.S. Congress to oppose the burdensome reporting requirements included in the Biden administration's tax increase proposals for fiscal year 2022.
  • SCR 10: Congratulating Deputy Elementary School.
  • SCR 11: Memorializing James C. Cummings, Jr., and urging INDOT to name I-465 from mile marker 44.5 to mile marker 45.5 the "James C. Cummings, Jr., Memorial Mile".
  • SCR 12: Urging INDOT to name each bridge crossing the Wabash River on SR 25 near Biddle Island in Logansport, IN, the "Corporal Humberto A. Briseno Sanchez Memorial Bridge".
  • SCR 13: Urging INDOT to rename a section of I-69 at Exit 120 in Monroe County "The Reserve Deputy Sheriff James Driver Memorial Bridge".
  • SCR 14: Urging INDOT to name the bridge crossing Blue Lick Creek on US 31 near Memphis, IN, the "Corporal Jordan L. Spears Memorial Bridge".
  • SCR 15: Honoring IMPD, Wayne Township School Police, Wayne Township Fire Department, and Ben Davis HS administrators.
  • SCR 16: Congratulating the Eagle Creek Park Foundation.
  • SCR 17: Recognizing Judge Edward W. Najam, Jr.
  • SCR 18: Honoring Dr. Tom Harmas.
  • SCR 19: Honoring Carmel Chief of Police Jim Barlow.
  • SCR 20: Urging Governor Holcomb and the IEDC to explore a sister-state agreement with Narok County, Kenya.
  • SCR 21: Recognizing the issue of veteran suicide in Indiana.
  • SCR 22: Congratulating Dr. Bonnie Stephens.
  • SCR 23: Honoring Dr. Jennifer Sullivan.
  • SCR 24: Congratulating Memphis Lee.
  • SCR 25: Urging Congress to support democracy and the civilian-led people of Burma.
  • SCR 26: Congratulating Noah Malone.
  • SCR 27: Recognizing Teresa S. Lubbers.
  • SCR 28: Honoring the IU Jacobs School of Music.
  • SCR 29: Recognizing Indiana Arts Education Day at the Statehouse.
  • SCR 30: Honoring the Morris Performing Arts Center.
  • SCR 31: Congratulating the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
  • SCR 32: Honoring Cathie Humbarger.
  • SCR 33: Honoring the WDSO radio station.
  • SCR 34: Honoring Corporal Kelsee Lainhart.
  • SCR 35: Recognizing the Indiana State Bar Association Leadership Development Academy.
  • SCR 36: Congratulating Major General Dale Lyles.
  • SCR 37: Recognizing Vigo County School Corporation and the Student Advisory Councils for Terre Haute North Vigo High School, Terre Haute South Vigo High School, and West Vigo High School.
  • SCR 38: Recognizing Teresa Exline.
  • SCR 39: Congratulating Sharita Ware.
  • SCR 40: Recognizing the Bicentennial of Montgomery County.
  • SCR 41: Congratulating the Northfield H.S. softball team.
  • SCR 42: Congratulating Justin Schoenefeld.
  • SCR 43: Congratulating Nick Goepper.
  • SCR 44: Congratulating Commander Douglas A. Robb.
  • SCR 45: Honoring the Washington HS girls basketball team.
  • SCR 46: Memorializing Randall L. Stevens, M.D.
  • SCR 47: Fixing the date for the Second Regular Technical Session of the One Hundred Twenty-Second General Assembly.
  • Joint

  • SJR 2: Constitutional right to farm.
  • SJR 3: United States Supreme Court.
  • SJR 4: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 5: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 6: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 7: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 8: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 9: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 10: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 11: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 12: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 13: Vehicle joint resolution.
  • SJR 14: Redistricting commission.
  • SJR 15: Appointment of appellate judges.

House:

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  • HR 1: Recognizing Second Baptist Church of Indianapolis.
  • HR 2: Celebrating February as Black History Month.
  • HR 3: Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  • HR 4: Honoring Representative Cindy Ziemke.
  • HR 5: Honoring Representative Douglas Gutwein.
  • HR 6: Urging the Attorney General of Indiana to diligently evaluate and determine if the State of Indiana should initiate litigation against vape manufacturers, distributors, and retailers for the harm vape products have caused to public health in Indiana.
  • HR 7: Urging the Legislative Council to assign to the Interim Study Committee on Tax and Fiscal Policy the task of studying ways to maximize the amount of federal assistance provided to Indiana.
  • HR 8: Urging the Legislative Council to assign to the Interim Study Committee on Tax and Fiscal Policy the task of studying ways to improve the complexity grant in the school funding formula and ways to ensure that the school funding formula enables Indiana's public schools to provide an adequate education to all of Indiana's public school students.
  • HR 9: Urging the Legislative Council to assign to the Interim Study Committee on Tax and Fiscal Policy the task of studying factors that limit the access of Indiana residents to commercial banks and whether the state of Indiana should establish a publicly owned bank to expand access to banking services, to enhance investment in community development, and to provide a means of relieving student loan burdens.
  • HR 10: Recognizing Indiana 4-H and all of 4-H's work to advance positive youth development in the state.
  • HR 11: To honor the retirement of Dr. Daniel Berner.
  • HR 12: Honoring Marion-Kay Spices on its 100th anniversary.
  • HR 13: Congratulating the Gibson Southern Titans Football Team.
  • HR 14: Congratulating the Lincoln Amphitheatre, Lincoln City, on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of its inaugural season.
  • HR 15: Honoring Representative Tony Cook.
  • HR 16: Honoring Representative Timothy Brown.
  • HR 17: Honoring Representative Donald Lehe.
  • HR 18: Congratulating Fishers Highschool's "We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution" team on winning Indiana's State competition.
  • HR 19: Honoring Representative Tom Saunders.
  • HR 20: Honoring the memory of fallen Deputy Floyd "Tom" Settles on the 50th anniversary of his death in the line of duty.
  • HR 21: Recognizing the 11th Annual Bill Johnson Black Film Festival.
  • HR 22: Honoring Laura Welborn on her years of service in the media.
  • HR 23: Honoring Representative Sean Eberhart.
  • HR 24: Recognizing February as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
  • HR 25: Honoring William Bruce.
  • HR 26: Honoring the life of Kim Vincent.
  • HR 27: Honoring Teresa Lubbers on her retirement and thanking her for her years of service to the people of the State of Indiana.
  • HR 28: Recognizing the Junior League of Indianapolis in celebration of its Centennial Year.
  • HR 29: Bringing awareness to Triple Negative Breast Cancer.
  • HR 30: Recognizing and honoring Alfredo Estrada.
  • HR 31: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the National Black Political Convention.
  • HR 32: Honoring those who have served as legislative interns for the House of Representatives during the Second Regular Session of the 122nd Indiana General Assembly.
  • HR 33: Commemorating the one-year anniversary of the Indianapolis FedEx shooting on April 15, 2021, in which eight victims were killed.
  • HR 34: Honoring the Wesleyan Church Campsite on its 70th anniversary.
  • HR 35: Commending the 100th anniversary of the Izaak Walton League of America, its ideals, and accomplishments.
  • HR 36: Recognizing the importance of the Bible in history.
  • HR 37: Urging the Legislative Council to assign to an appropriate study committee the topic of financial security in retirement for all Hoosiers.
  • HR 38: Honoring Professor David P. Kubiak.
  • HR 39: Recognizing the 101st Anniversary of the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church.
  • HR 40: Congratulating Homestead High School girls' soccer team on their undefeated season and 3A State Championship Title.
  • HR 41: Congratulating the Roncalli High School softball team on their 4A State Championship Title.
  • HR 42: Recognizing and honoring Carl Erskine.
  • HR 43: Reaffirming the commitment of sister ties between Indiana and Taiwan.
  • HR 44: Honoring Ms. Alberta Stanley White.
  • HR 45: Honoring Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Brig. Gen. Patrick R. Renwick upon his retirement.
  • HR 46: Honoring Donald Anthony (Tony) Twist.
  • Concurrent

  • HCR 1: To allow the House of Representatives and the Senate of the 122nd General Assembly to adjourn and recess separately throughout the Second Regular Session for periods in excess of three (3) consecutive days as the need may arise.
  • HCR 2: Terminating the public health emergency first declared on March 6, 2020, in Executive Order 20-02.
  • HCR 3: Terminating the public health emergency first declared on March 6, 2020, in Executive Order 20-02.
  • HCR 4: Recognizing January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
  • HCR 5: Honoring and remembering Professor Anita Bowser and dedicating a section of U.S. Highway 421 as the "Professor Anita O. Bowser Memorial Highway".
  • HCR 6: Urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the bridge on I-65 over the Wabash River as the "Captain Ronald D. Gutwein Memorial Bridge".
  • HCR 7: Urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the State Road 46 bridge over I-69 the "James A. Driver Memorial Bridge".
  • HCR 8: Terminating the public health emergency first declared on March 6, 2020, in Executive Order 20-02.
  • HCR 9: Urging the general assembly to enact legislation for screening for cytomegalovirus (CMV) in all newborns.
  • HCR 10: Honoring Frieda and Winifred Parker for their bravery and commending their dedication to equality.
  • HCR 11: Urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to name the bridge over Wade Creek on State Road 156 in Patriot, Indiana, in honor of Corporal Barry Lynn Brinegar.
  • HCR 12: Recognizing the Alzheimer's Association's Indiana State Advocacy Day.
  • HCR 13: Urging the Indiana General Assembly to recognize June as National Cytomegalovirus Awareness Month.
  • HCR 14: Urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the bridge on State Road 19 over Cicero Creek in Tipton the "Don S. Havens Memorial Bridge".
  • HCR 15: Honoring the Masonic Salem Lodge #21 on its bicentennial.
  • HCR 16: Recognizing the Don Wood Foundation's support of CTE in Northeast Indiana.
  • HCR 17: Condemning religious persecution worldwide.
  • HCR 18: Urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename a portion of road after Second Lieutenant Harry J. Michael.
  • HCR 19: Urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the bridge on I-69 over the East Fork of the White River the "Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge".
  • HCR 20: Honoring IUPUI Chancellor Nasser Paydar upon his retirement.
  • HCR 21: To recognize the importance of career and technical education during Career and Technical Education Month.
  • HCR 22: Recognizing Wednesday, February 16, 2022, as a day to honor the work and mission of the regions of the American Red Cross serving the state of Indiana.
  • HCR 23: Recognizing the Muncie Afghan Refugee Resettlement Committee.
  • HCR 24: Urging the Legislative Council to establish an interim study committee to research and develop a model program for local governments to provide oversight of fire and emergency services through a cooperative fire and emergency services commission.
  • HCR 25: Recognizing 86 volunteer firefighters with 50 years of service to fire departments across Indiana.
  • HCR 26: Urging the Indiana Department of Transportation to rename the bridge on State Road 57 over the White River between Petersburg and Washington the "Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge".
  • HCR 27: Honoring Maurice Lingham Burns, Sr.
  • HCR 28: Honoring Morris Ruffin.
  • HCR 29: Congratulating Kercher's Sunrise Orchards Inc. on 100 years of family business.
  • HCR 30: Honoring the Youth Service Bureau for its 50 years of service to the young people of St. Joseph County.
  • HCR 31: Congratulating the Lafayette Central Catholic High School volleyball team on winning the 2021 IHSAA Class A State Championship.
  • HCR 32: Congratulating the Mount Vernon High School football team.
  • HCR 33: Congratulating Christa Mullins on winning two gold medals at the 2022 Indiana Winter Special Olympics.
  • HCR 34: Congratulating Emilee Holt on winning two gold medals at the 2022 Indiana Winter Special Olympics.
  • HCR 35: Urging the Indiana War Memorials Commission to study and propose the construction of a suitable monument to the men and women of Indiana who died in the service of their country in the global war on terrorism.
  • HCR 36: Honoring the life of Mr. Byron David Ratcliffe, Sr.
  • HCR 37: Honoring Shelly Leifer for being awarded the 2021 Indiana Farm Bureau Rural Teacher of the Year.
  • HCR 38: Congratulating Center Grove Trojans Football on their undefeated season and winning the IHSAA 2021 Class 6A State Championship.
  • HCR 39: Honoring Officer Richard Stires.
  • HCR 40: Recognizing Brigadier General Felicia Brokaw.
  • Joint

  • HJR 1: Town and city court judges.
  • HJR 2: Terms of U.S. Senators and Members of Congress.
  • HJR 3: Gubernatorial line of succession.
  • HJR 4: Membership of the general assembly.
  • HJR 5: Indiana permanent fund.
  • HJR 6: Redistricting commission.
  • HJR 7: Rights of a pre-born child.