Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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DIGEST

Divestment from states that sponsor terror. Provides that a country determined to be a state sponsor of terror remains subject to the application of Indiana's mandatory divestment statutes until the date the Secretary of State of the United States removes the country from its official list of state sponsors of terrorism. (Current law provides that the country remains subject to the statutes until the earlier of the date of the removal from the list or the date of a congressional or presidential declaration that state mandatory divestment policies interfere with the conduct of foreign policy of the United States.) Divestment from states that sponsor terror. Provides that a country determined to be a state sponsor of terror remains subject to the application of Indiana's mandatory divestment statutes until the date the Secretary of State of the United States removes the country from its official list of state sponsors of terrorism. (Current law provides that the country remains subject to the statutes until the earlier of the date of the removal from the list or the date of a congressional or presidential declaration that state mandatory divestment policies interfere with the conduct of foreign policy of the United States.)