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Most tracked bills in Indiana, 2022 Special Session
Fiscal matters. Specifies that in calendar year 2023, if the amount of excess reserves meets a certain threshold, the governor shall transfer the first $1,000,000,000 of excess reserves to the pension stabilization fund. Provides for an additional automatic taxpayer refund for the 2021 taxable year in the amount of $200 to taxpayers who are eligible for an automatic taxpayer refund under current law. Provides that a taxpayer who: (1) is not eligible for the additional automatic taxpayer refund; (2) was not claimed as a dependent of another taxpayer for taxable year 2022; (3) received Social Security benefits in calendar year 2022; and (4) files a tax return for the 2022 taxable year; is eligible for a refundable tax credit in the same amount of $200. Establishes the Hoosier Families First ...
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Public Law 180(ss)
Senate • Aug 05, 2022
Abortion. Terminates the licensure of abortion clinics. Specifies that the abortion statutes do not apply to in vitro fertilization. Makes changes to when an abortion may be performed, including when: (1) the abortion is necessary to prevent any serious health risk of the pregnant woman or to save the pregnant woman's life; (2) the fetus is diagnosed with a lethal fetal anomaly; or (3) the pregnancy is a result of rape or incest. Specifies time frames and conditions that must be met in order for the abortion to be performed. Provides that the statute requiring consent of a parent or legal guardian for a minor's abortion does not apply to a minor who is pregnant as a result of rape or incest by a parent, legal guardian, or custodian of the unemancipated minor. Requires the revocation of a p...
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Public Law 179(ss)
Senate • Aug 05, 2022
Tax and fiscal matters. Establishes the Hoosier Families First Fund (fund) to be administered by the budget agency and specifies the purposes for which money in the fund may be used. Appropriates $45,000,000 from the state general fund to the fund for state fiscal year 2023. Provides that the gasoline use tax rate during the period beginning on the first day following the enactment into law of the bill and continuing through June 30, 2023, is capped at $0.295 per gallon. Provides, however, that if the gasoline use tax rate as determined under current law for a month is less than $0.295 per gallon, the lesser tax rate shall apply. Provides a temporary sales tax exemption for six monthly billing cycles during which the sale of utilities (including liquefied petroleum gas and heating oil) to ...
Last Action
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
Senate • Aug 03, 2022
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Tax and fiscal matters. Provides that the gasoline use tax rate during the period beginning on the first day following the enactment into law of the bill and continuing through June 30, 2023, is capped at $0.295 per gallon. Provides, however, that if the gasoline use tax rate as determined under current law for a month is less than $0.295 per gallon, the lesser tax rate shall apply. Provides a temporary sales tax exemption for six monthly billing cycles during which the sale of utilities to residential customers and the sale of intrastate telecommunication services to residential customers are exempt from the state sales tax. Defines "residential customer" for purposes of the exemption. Requires the power subsidiary or person that furnishes or sells the services to provide to each customer...
Last Action
Referred to the House
Senate • Aug 01, 2022
Last Action
First reading: referred to Committee on Rules and Legislative Procedure
Senate • Jul 25, 2022
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