Bills of Interest

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ACLU of Indiana
2014 General Assembly Session
Priority Bills
March 14, 2014

 

FREE SPEECH

     SB101   AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS AND CRIMINAL TRESPASS (Senate passed 41-5; House passed 73-25; Signed by Governor POSITION: MONITOR

       

MARRIAGE EQUALITY

     HJR3      MARRIAGE (House passed 57-40; Senate passed 32-17) POSITION: OPPOSE

PRIVACY

     HB1009 SURVEILLANCE AND PRIVACY (House passed 85-11; Senate passed 48-0; House concurred with Senate amendments 83-6; Signed by Governor
     POSITION: SUPPORT

    

     HB 1348 DOWNLOADING OF CELLULAR TELEPHONE INFORMATON BY POLICE (House passed 87-3; Senate passed 47-0; Signed by Governor) POSITION: SUPPORT


RELIGION IN SCHOOLS
    
HB 326 CELEBRATION OF WINTER HOLIDAYS IN SCHOOLS (Senate passed 48-0; No action in House: DEAD) POSITION: OPPOSE

REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS

     HB1123   INSURANCE COVERAGE OF ABORTION (House passed 80-14; Senate passed 37-10; H concurred with S amendments 75-11; Signed by Governor)
    
POSITION: OPPOSE

    

     HB1360   ADDICTION TREATMENT AND SERVICES (House passed 93-0; Senate passed 48-0; H concurred with S amendments 86-0; Signed by Governor)
    
POSITION: MONITOR, OPPOSE IN PART

    

     SB292     ABORTION PROVIDERS (Senate passed 34-14; House passed 89-9; Senate concurred with House amendments 34-6; Signed by Governor)
     POSITION: OPPOSE

    

     SB408     NEONATAL ABSTINENCE SYNDROME (Senate passed 47-0; House passed 48-0; Conference Report adopted: S 46-0; H 98-0; Signed by Governor)
    
POSITION: MONITOR, OPPOSE IN PART

RIGHTS OF THE POOR

     HB1351   WELFARE MATTERS; DRUG TESTING (House passed 71-22; Senate passed 34-14; Conference Report adopted by House 81-17 and rejected by
     Senate 24-24: DEAD;
POSITION: OPPOSE

    

SENTENCING REFORM

     HB1006    RECONCILES TECHNICAL AND SUBSTANTIVE CONFLICTS BETWEEN HEA 1006-2013

                   (THE CRIMINAL CODE REVISION BILL) AND OTHER BILLS TOUCHING ON CRIMINAL LAW

                   (House passed 90-4; Senate passed 45-2; Conference Report adopted: House 84-12 and Senate 46-0; Signed by Governor) POSITION: OPPOSE

     HB1268   PROBATION AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS TREATMENT (House passed 94-0; Senate passed 44-0; House concurred with Senate amendments
     91-0; Signed by Gov
ernor) POSITION: SUPPORT

   

     SB235     MENTAL HEALTH PILOT PROJECT (Senate passed 48-0; House passed 93-0; Conference Report adopted: Senate 46-0 and House 98-0; Signed by Governor
    
POSITION: SUPPORT