Friday, January 17, 2014

Of the bills that are posted on the General Assembly's website, the following are those that the Institute is tracking. As a reminder, each Friday we'll keep you posted on activity surrounding these bills.

In the Senate:
  • SB 20: Proprietary educational institutions 
  • SB 25: Income tax exemption for military income
  • SB 35: Straight ticket voting 
  • SB 38: Tax credit for hiring certain individuals
  • SB 42: Unemployment insurance overpayments
  • SB 48Child care regulation
  • SB 90: Various Education Matters
  • SB 103: Office of minority health.
  • SB 104: Dissolution of political subdivision
  • SB 136: Redistricting commission
  • SB 140: Home rule powers of certain units
  • SB 141: Applicability of federal law in Indiana
  • SB 142: Administration of Medicaid
  • SB 144: Protected taxes and school corporations
  • SB 148: Direct wine sales
  • SB 158: Property taxes
  • SB 159: Charter schools
  • SB 163: Property tax circuit breaker replacement grant
  • SB 165: Indiana new markets job act
  • SB 171: Community corrections pilot project
  • SB 175: Credit score disclosures and credit inquiries
  • SB 176: Central Indiana transit
  • SB 190: Teacher bargaining and voting
  • SB 197: Higher education funding
  • SB 200: Income tax credit for hiring returning veterans
  • SB 211: New employer tax credit
  • SB 213: Countywide public transit.
  • SB 224: Education standards
  • SB 225: Various state and local financial matters
  • SB 233: Pharmacy technicians
  • SB 240: Aircraft repair sales tax exemption
  • SB 244: Health care professional registry
  • SB 258: County income tax council
  • SB 264: Choices for teachers program
  • SB 266: Assessment of real property
  • SB 275: Mandatory full-day kindergarten
  • SB 277: Student information
  • SB 279: Resident tuition rate
  • SB 282: Choice scholarship
  • SB 283: Assessed value cap for veteran's deduction
  • SB 284: Teacher contracts
  • SB 286: SNAP and TANF benefits
  • SB 287: Food stamp assistance after drug conviction
  • SB 290: Medical debt collection procedures
  • SB 297: SNAP and TANF
  • SB 300: Veterans' employment preference
  • SB 307: Tax credits for logistics investments
  • SB 315: Minimum wage
  • SB 318: Enforcement of wage requirements
  • SB 321: Charter school funding
  • SB 322: Schools receiving choice scholarships
  • SB 327: Minimum wage
  • SB 330: Better skills for adult learners
  • SB 331: Second service for veterans
  • SB 341: Eligibility for child care voucher
  • SB 342: Eligibility for child care voucher payments
  • SB 347: Personal property taxes and state tax credits
  • SB 353: Interim study committee on communities
  • SB 355: Election of state board of education members
  • SB 369: Implementation of federal Affordable Care Act
  • SB 370: Payment of insurance premiums under Medicaid
  • SB 371: Fair pay in employment
  • SB 372: Medicaid mailings
  • SB 385: Voter registration; absentee voting
  • SB 389: Preschool education
  • SB 392: Redistricting
  • SB 406: Medicaid false claims
  • SB 411: Economic development incentive accountability
  • SB 412: Improper worker classification
  • SB 413: Removal of asset limits for TANF and SNAP eligibility
  • SB 418: Redevelopment commissions.
  • SB 419: State department of health issues.
In the House:
  • HB 1001: Tax exemption for new personal property
  • HB 1004: Early Education Vouchers 
  • HB 1020: Study of economic development incentives
  • HB 1028:  Dropout Recovery Schools 
  • HB 1034: Public mass transportation. 
  • HB 1035: Regional economic development. 
  • HB 1036: Child care and development fund eligibility.
  • HB 1040: Proprietary educational institutions.
  • HB 1055: Hoosier business investment tax credit
  • HB 1064: Study of career and technical education programs.
  • HB 1065: Assessment of real property.
  • HB 1077: Insurance credit scoring
  • HB 1084: Deferred tuition pilot
  • HB 1087: Prohibition on labor peace agreements
  • HB 1091: Personal leave for employees
  • HB 1105: Welfare benefits
  • HB 1118: Work sharing unemployment benefit
  • HB 1124: Local income tax laws
  • HB 1126: Wage payment and wage assignment
  • HB 1138: Twenty-first century scholars program
  • HB 1156: Child care study
  • HB 1164: Veteran's property tax deductions.
  • HB 1165: Employment or training priority for military. 
  • HB 1166: Veterans education center of excellence.
  • HB 1167: LIFE scholarships.
  • HB 1169: Public meetings
  • HB 1177: RITE program grants
  • HB 1181 Career and technical education centers
  • HB 1186  Privacy of student records
  • HB 1194 Circuit breaker LOIT option
  • HB 1195 Personal property tax deduction
  • HB 1201 Tax credit for top STEM graduates
  • HB 1205 Civil proceeding advance payment transactions
  • HB 1209 Tax credit for hiring new employees
  • HB 1210 Teacher loan repayment
  • HB 1211 Indexing family tax exemptions
  • HB 1213 Career and technical education diploma
  • HB 1215 Tax credits
  • HB 1218 Drug treatment and reporting
  • HB 1223 Personal identification cards
  • HB 1225 Local option income taxes
  • HB 1234  Property tax matters
  • HB 1238 Indiana new markets job growth tax credit
  • HB 1245 Various financial institutions matters
  • HB 1251 Tax credit for tuition expenses
  • HB 1256 Tax credit for federal tax on medical devices
  • HB 1259 Licensing of diabetes educators
  • HB 1261 Education expense tax credits
  • HB 1262 Redistricting commission
  • HB 1263 Property tax matters
  • HB 1266 Local government finance issues
  • HB 1267 Consolidation of township governments
  • HB 1269 HEA 1006-2013 follow-up
  • HB 1276 Barber licensing
  • HB 1281 Administration of county income taxes
  • HB 1286 Annual transportation reports
  • HB 1292 EARN Indiana program
  • HB 1294 Tax credits for hiring certain individuals
  • HB 1309 Medicaid matters
  • HB 1311 Renter's deduction
  • HB 1313 Student loan assistance
  • HB 1319 Education matters
  • HB 1320 Student records
  • HB 1327 Unemployment insurance
  • HB 1329 Lobbyist code of conduct
  • HB 1331 Elimination of township boards
  • HB 1332 Office of small business and entrepreneurship
  • HB 1335 High cost case management
  • HB 1338 Work sharing unemployment benefits
  • HB 1346 Unemployment insurance
  • HB 1351 Welfare matters; drug testing
  • HB 1352 Various education matters
  • HB 1354 Property taxes
  • HB 1356 State health insurance exchange
  • HB 1369 Garnishment of state tax refunds
  • HB 1396 Local taxes
  • HB 1398 Property tax exemptions
  • HB 1405 Circuit breaker CAGIT and LOIT options
  • HB 1406 Application of federal Affordable Care Act
  • HB 1411 Repeal of state income tax on individuals
  • HB 1419 Repeal of common construction wage statute

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