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Enrolled Acts

ARCHIVE (2001)


NOTE: The bill descriptions below are for the introduced version of the bills. Please click on the bill number to view an updated description and digest.

Senate | House

Senate
  • SB 0009 -- Fire protection territory.
  • SB 0014 -- Identification descriptors for minors.
  • SB 0015 -- Parole board.
  • SB 0019 -- First Steps program.
  • SB 0025 -- Indiana ethics commission.
  • SB 0032 -- Probation officers and handguns.
  • SB 0033 -- Intimidation and threats.
  • SB 0046 -- Electronic sales and lease transactions.
  • SB 0049 -- Coordination of child care regulation board.
  • SB 0050 -- Services to individuals with disabilities.
  • SB 0063 -- Interference with medical services.
  • SB 0067 -- Sentencing.
  • SB 0071 -- Income tax deduction for disability income.
  • SB 0080 -- Identification of offenders with DNA.
  • SB 0081 -- Postconviction DNA testing and analysis.
  • SB 0083 -- Child care providers and child abuse registry.
  • SB 0093 -- Registration of soil scientists.
  • SB 0096 -- Alcoholic beverage retail permits and annexations.
  • SB 0107 -- Public pensions.
  • SB 0110 -- Care of children.
  • SB 0121 -- Environmental committees.
  • SB 0126 -- Controlled substances used to treat obesity.
  • SB 0131 -- Boat titles.
  • SB 0137 -- School latch key programs.
  • SB 0138 -- Jurisdiction of Hendricks superior courts.
  • SB 0141 -- Liability at extreme sports areas.
  • SB 0151 -- Falconry and trapping.
  • SB 0152 -- Drainage for developments.
  • SB 0153 -- Department of administration.
  • SB 0154 -- Timber regulation.
  • SB 0158 -- Golden Hoosier Passport for veterans.
  • SB 0160 -- Rural economic development.
  • SB 0165 -- Charter schools.
  • SB 0170 -- Hazardous waste disposal tax.
  • SB 0171 -- Uniform athlete agents act.
  • SB 0173 -- Reports of cities and towns.
  • SB 0174 -- Technical corrections.
  • SB 0176 -- Local rainy day funds.
  • SB 0180 -- Anti-terrorism measures.
  • SB 0182 -- Unobstructed view at railroad crossing.
  • SB 0186 -- Hunting safety.
  • SB 0188 -- Prosecuting attorney salaries.
  • SB 0190 -- Numerous changes to probate, trust, and tax laws.
  • SB 0199 -- School retirement and severance plans.
  • SB 0204 -- Release of Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) information.
  • SB 0215 -- Personal care.
  • SB 0216 -- Medicaid.
  • SB 0226 -- Regulation of steel making slag and foundry slag.
  • SB 0229 -- Health insurance educator.
  • SB 0230 -- Federal enforcement officers.
  • SB 0236 -- Storm water management programs.
  • SB 0240 -- Motor vehicle size limits.
  • SB 0255 -- Historic bridges and St. Joseph County historic preservation commission.
  • SB 0260 -- Pension relief fund distributions.
  • SB 0261 -- Determination of total finance charge.
  • SB 0262 -- Economic development.
  • SB 0263 -- Township trustees.
  • SB 0268 -- Voting systems.
  • SB 0269 -- Sales and use tax administration.
  • SB 0270 -- Biomedical technology and research trust fund.
  • SB 0272 -- Abandoned vehicles on private property.
  • SB 0273 -- Brownfield program and environmental remediation.
  • SB 0280 -- Methadone clinic moratorium.
  • SB 0300 -- Recount of precinct committeeman elections.
  • SB 0301 -- Candidate challenges.
  • SB 0308 -- Medicaid payment for emergency room services.
  • SB 0309 -- Medicaid funding of nursing facilities.
  • SB 0310 -- Updating reimbursement codes.
  • SB 0311 -- Prompt payment of claims.
  • SB 0313 -- Acupuncture advisory committee.
  • SB 0316 -- Indiana DNA database.
  • SB 0318 -- Regulation of pawnbrokers.
  • SB 0321 -- IDEM enforcement of restrictive covenants on land.
  • SB 0329 -- Candidate deadlines.
  • SB 0337 -- Airport area construction.
  • SB 0338 -- Barrett Law installments.
  • SB 0344 -- Abandoned watercraft.
  • SB 0345 -- Financial and consumer entity regulation.
  • SB 0350 -- Special group recognition license plates.
  • SB 0351 -- Deceptive advertisement.
  • SB 0352 -- Securities licenses.
  • SB 0357 -- UCC financing statements.
  • SB 0358 -- Sentencing provisions.
  • SB 0361 -- State contract approvals.
  • SB 0362 -- Fee for county auditor endorsement.
  • SB 0365 -- Health insurance grievance review.
  • SB 0371 -- Airport authorities.
  • SB 0373 -- Department of correction.
  • SB 0375 -- Human services.
  • SB 0376 -- School discipline policies.
  • SB 0388 -- Waiver of town officer salary.
  • SB 0389 -- Property taxation.
  • SB 0395 -- Various election law matters.
  • SB 0404 -- Food handling and food establishments.
  • SB 0405 -- Franchise agreements.
  • SB 0418 -- Transportation.
  • SB 0424 -- Indiana grain indemnity fund.
  • SB 0428 -- Health professions licenses.
  • SB 0431 -- Dental care.
  • SB 0433 -- Pharmacists.
  • SB 0436 -- Autopsies.
  • SB 0441 -- Cumulative capital improvement funds.
  • SB 0444 -- Reimbursements by county jail inmates.
  • SB 0445 -- Criminal history checks.
  • SB 0448 -- Address confidentiality program.
  • SB 0454 -- Board of accounts matters.
  • SB 0456 -- State use of gasohol.
  • SB 0457 -- Community revitalization enhancement districts.
  • SB 0459 -- Dental and vision services under children's health insurance program (CHIP).
  • SB 0464 -- Solid waste management districts.
  • SB 0466 -- Implied consent.
  • SB 0471 -- Health.
  • SB 0474 -- Motor vehicle electronic records.
  • SB 0475 -- Unclaimed property.
  • SB 0486 -- Local government.
  • SB 0489 -- Business entity matters.
  • SB 0501 -- Transportation of children.
  • SB 0505 -- Parental involvement in education.
  • SB 0506 -- Court ordered drug and alcohol programs.
  • SB 0509 -- Public records.
  • SB 0518 -- Protection orders and court costs.
  • SB 0524 -- Police and firefighter pension distributions.
  • SB 0526 -- Loan brokers and broker dealers.
  • SB 0533 -- Indiana health care professional recruitment and retention fund.
  • SB 0538 -- Children's services.
  • SB 0543 -- Tax sale.
  • SB 0554 -- Internet sales of motor vehicles.
  • SB 0561 -- Health.
  • SB 0569 -- Performance bonds in family law cases.
  • SB 0574 -- Parole board investigations.
  • SB 0582 -- Evidence of lack of insurance.
  • SB 0585 -- Licensing of athletic trainers.
House
  • HB 1001 -- State budget.
  • HB 1007 -- Speed limits.
  • HB 1025 -- Unemployment compensation.
  • HB 1043 -- Legal actions involving firearms.
  • HB 1047 -- Definition of autism.
  • HB 1065 -- Notice of release of juvenile sex offender.
  • HB 1066 -- Failure to pay for motor vehicle fuel.
  • HB 1074 -- Cemeteries and burial grounds.
  • HB 1075 -- Commercial fertilizer.
  • HB 1083 -- Open door law and public records.
  • HB 1084 -- Curfew for minors.
  • HB 1089 -- Law enforcement agency claims for fees.
  • HB 1096 -- Fiscal year budgeting for schools.
  • HB 1097 -- Expense of relocating municipal utility lines.
  • HB 1099 -- Railroad employees involved in accidents.
  • HB 1100 -- Internet coverage of the general assembly.
  • HB 1106 -- Identity deception and fraud.
  • HB 1113 -- Financial institution matters.
  • HB 1116 -- False alarm charges.
  • HB 1117 -- Fire protection levy.
  • HB 1120 -- Mine subsidence and insurance.
  • HB 1122 -- Insurance coverage for autism.
  • HB 1130 -- Court fees for document management.
  • HB 1156 -- Various motor vehicle matters.
  • HB 1170 -- Various motor vehicle matters.
  • HB 1193 -- Public employee benefits.
  • HB 1195 -- Local taxation.
  • HB 1199 -- Voluntary wage assignments.
  • HB 1206 -- Payments in lieu of taxes (PILOTS) and bureau of family resources.
  • HB 1207 -- Mandatory testing of prisoners.
  • HB 1211 -- Sewer and water district bidding.
  • HB 1212 -- State fair.
  • HB 1218 -- False sales receipts and product codes.
  • HB 1219 -- Hunting and fishing licenses.
  • HB 1222 -- Telephone solicitations.
  • HB 1228 -- Use of brakes on the toll road.
  • HB 1229 -- Delivery of enrolled acts.
  • HB 1230 -- Home improvement contracts.
  • HB 1233 -- Lake preservation and water safety.
  • HB 1235 -- Fire and building safety education fund.
  • HB 1247 -- Community corrections grants.
  • HB 1249 -- Indiana children's trust fund.
  • HB 1267 -- Credit card payments to public safety agencies.
  • HB 1288 -- Impersonating a firefighter.
  • HB 1299 -- Safety information for handgun permit applicants.
  • HB 1307 -- Liability of board members.
  • HB 1342 -- Regional water and sewer districts.
  • HB 1344 -- Industrial rail service fund.
  • HB 1361 -- Indiana health facility financing authority.
  • HB 1367 -- Limitations on the employment of children.
  • HB 1386 -- Lights on volunteer fire vehicles.
  • HB 1388 -- Lewis and Clark bicentennial commission.
  • HB 1395 -- Government purchasing.
  • HB 1396 -- Mammogram records.
  • HB 1401 -- Evansville Hospital property.
  • HB 1416 -- Child nonsupport.
  • HB 1417 -- Parents as teachers programs.
  • HB 1418 -- Animal health.
  • HB 1424 -- Indiana economic development partnership fund.
  • HB 1459 -- Amendments to health provider contracts.
  • HB 1461 -- Health care provider contracting.
  • HB 1475 -- Admission to the Indiana veterans' home.
  • HB 1479 -- Internal Revenue Code update.
  • HB 1484 -- County recorder procedures.
  • HB 1487 -- Newborn screening.
  • HB 1499 -- Completion date of the reassessment of real property.
  • HB 1502 -- Condominium association investments.
  • HB 1503 -- Local government matters.
  • HB 1504 -- Three-fourths majority voting.
  • HB 1510 -- Various election law matters.
  • HB 1511 -- Rehabilitation service contracts.
  • HB 1532 -- Probation for misdemeanors.
  • HB 1541 -- Health professions standards.
  • HB 1549 -- Availability of utility customer information.
  • HB 1553 -- Independent contractor documentation.
  • HB 1554 -- Insurance technical correction.
  • HB 1555 -- Various insurance matters.
  • HB 1560 -- Hancock County land transfer.
  • HB 1570 -- Ambulance run information.
  • HB 1573 -- CPAs and public accountants.
  • HB 1578 -- State tax administration and motor vehicles.
  • HB 1585 -- Alcohol and tobacco.
  • HB 1591 -- Tax abatement.
  • HB 1599 -- Personal needs allowance.
  • HB 1600 -- Local government pensions; education.
  • HB 1602 -- Handgun licenses.
  • HB 1608 -- Vigo County innkeeper's tax.
  • HB 1611 -- Town boards of police commissioners.
  • HB 1618 -- Blood and breath alcohol concentrations.
  • HB 1628 -- Anatomical gifts.
  • HB 1629 -- County government study commission.
  • HB 1636 -- Mortgage releases.
  • HB 1644 -- Definition of "computer network".
  • HB 1647 -- Medicaid waivers.
  • HB 1663 -- Purchasing preference for calcium rich foods.
  • HB 1667 -- State employee retirement.
  • HB 1673 -- Anatomical gift promotion fund.
  • HB 1674 -- Licensing of insurance producers.
  • HB 1688 -- Lake Michigan marina development commission.
  • HB 1705 -- Financial and consumer entity regulation.
  • HB 1710 -- Wayne County adjusted gross income tax.
  • HB 1739 -- Firefighting personnel standards and education.
  • HB 1742 -- Humane society use of controlled substances.
  • HB 1752 -- Boat titles.
  • HB 1767 -- Continuum of care for the elderly and disabled.
  • HB 1770 -- Health care provider profiles.
  • HB 1776 -- Legislative redistricting.
  • HB 1781 -- Alcohol and controlled substances.
  • HB 1792 -- Vehicle plates and registration.
  • HB 1806 -- Home detention.
  • HB 1808 -- Controlled substances central repository.
  • HB 1812 -- Local emergency planning committees.
  • HB 1813 -- Mental health.
  • HB 1815 -- Public pensions.
  • HB 1821 -- Maximum vehicle length.
  • HB 1829 -- Abandoned infants.
  • HB 1830 -- Solid waste disposal.
  • HB 1837 -- Transfer of structured settlement payment rights.
  • HB 1841 -- Various child support matters.
  • HB 1845 -- Indiana commission on excellence in health care.
  • HB 1846 -- Tax sales and redemption from tax sales.
  • HB 1849 -- Gary school board.
  • HB 1852 -- Northwest Indiana transportation study commission.
  • HB 1855 -- Battery against children.
  • HB 1856 -- Public officer salaries.
  • HB 1864 -- Cancer and birth problems registries.
  • HB 1866 -- Health.
  • HB 1871 -- Medicaid and certain hospitals.
  • HB 1872 -- Emergency services.
  • HB 1873 -- Hospice.
  • HB 1892 -- Methamphetamine.
  • HB 1894 -- Annexation.
  • HB 1900 -- Historic libraries.
  • HB 1901 -- Mercury and mercury products.
  • HB 1902 -- Property tax and municipal option income tax.
  • HB 1908 -- Commuter transportation district board.
  • HB 1925 -- Employee health benefits for local governmental units.
  • HB 1926 -- Accessibility to information technology.
  • HB 1928 -- Procedures for small water or sewer utilities.
  • HB 1934 -- Professional occupations.
  • HB 1935 -- Shoreline environmental trust fund.
  • HB 1938 -- Medicaid coverage for breast and cervical cancer.
  • HB 1942 -- Sexual misconduct with a minor.
  • HB 1948 -- Gross income tax exemptions.
  • HB 1950 -- Medicaid buy-in program for the working disabled.
  • HB 1951 -- Health professions and prescription drugs.
  • HB 1952 -- Local housing authority membership.
  • HB 1958 -- Prescription discount and benefit cards.
  • HB 1962 -- Various unemployment compensation matters.
  • HB 1967 -- Fire department hazardous material costs.
  • HB 1971 -- Education issues.
  • HB 1973 -- Corn marketing council.
  • HB 1977 -- Fire department immunity for donations.
  • HB 2001 -- Department of correction ombudsmen.
  • HB 2002 -- Regional transportation authorities.
  • HB 2009 -- Tippecanoe County board of elections and registration.
  • HB 2014 -- Technology plan grants.
  • HB 2031 -- Child fatality review teams.
  • HB 2037 -- Farm winery brandy distiller's permits.
  • HB 2041 -- Underground storage tanks.
  • HB 2042 -- Abandoned oil and gas wells.
  • HB 2108 -- College savings tax deduction.
  • HB 2111 -- Exploitation of endangered adult or dependent.
  • HB 2117 -- Social Security numbers on mortgage documents.
  • HB 2119 -- Upper Wabash River basin commission.
  • HB 2126 -- Education matters.
  • HB 2130 -- Enterprise zones.
  • HB 2145 -- Sex and violent offenders.
  • HB 2147 -- Automatic expiration of an administrative rule.
  • HB 2148 -- Adjutant general and national guard.