House Bill 1263
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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL
Public safety answering points. Specifies maximum landline, wireless, and prepaid wireless 911 fees. Provides that the existing fees expire January 1, 2013. Requires the fees to be imposed by county ordinance in equal amounts that may not exceed $2. Specifies uses of 911 fees. Renames the wireless enhanced 911 advisory board the IN911 board (board) and expands its membership. Requires the counties to remit $0.05 of each 911 fee to the board. Consolidates landline and prepaid wireless provisions into the existing wireless statute. Provides that the consolidated statute expires January 1, 2019. Repeals a moratorium on increasing the landline 911 fee for units subject to the consolidation of public service answering points. Repeals obsolete provisions concerning the recovery of costs related to the implementation of wireless enhanced 911 by CMRS service providers.
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