Scleral tattooing

S.E.A. 158, P.L. 50 Effective: July 1, 2018 Defines "scleral tattooing". Prohibits the act of performing or offering to perform scleral tattooing. Provides an exception for the act of a licensed health care professional when the act is performed in the scope of the … [Read more...]

Scleral tattooing

The Senate Civil Law Committee heard SB 158 on scleral tattooing authored by Sen. Ruckelshaus. This bill prohibits the act of performing or offering to perform scleral tattooing in the eye, except by a licensed health care professional when the act is performed in the … [Read more...]

Pyramid promotional schemes

The Senate Civil Law Committee heard Sen. Messmer’s SB 283 on pyramid promotional schemes. Sen. Messmer explained that the bill removes references to pyramid promotional schemes in the deceptive consumer sales law and addresses pyramid promotional schemes in a separate … [Read more...]

Attorney General settlements and fund

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard, for amend and vote only, Sen. Kenley’s SB 544 on Attorney General settlements and fund. The bill requires the Attorney General to include certain language concerning settlement funds in proposed court order; establishes the consumer … [Read more...]

Attorney general settlements and fund

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard Sen. Kenley’s SB 544 on Attorney General settlements and fund. The bill requires the Attorney General to include certain language concerning settlement funds in proposed court order language; establishes the consumer protection fee, … [Read more...]

Appeals by the attorney general

S.E.A. 261, P.L. 110-2015 Effective: July 1, 2015 Specifies the circumstances under which the state can appeal in criminal and juvenile delinquency cases. The full law is available at: http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2015/bills/senate/261 … [Read more...]

Unclaimed property act and savings bonds

The House Judiciary Committee heard SB 282 concerning unclaimed property act and savings bonds sponsored by Rep. Wesco.  The bill authorizes the Attorney General to process unclaimed savings bonds held for more than 20 years as unclaimed property. The bill also … [Read more...]

Appeals by the Attorney General

The House Courts and Criminal Code Committee heard SB 261, sponsored by Rep. Cox, allowing interlocutory criminal appeals by the Attorney General of a trial court’s order dismissing charges. Author Sen. Young presented the bill that was amended in the Senate to add a … [Read more...]