Motor vehicle safety

The Senate Homeland Security and Transportation Committee heard SB 266 on motor vehicle safety authored by Sen. Crider. The bill amends several sections regarding vehicle equipment (displaying license plates, head lamps, stop lights on rear of vehicle, signal lamps, … [Read more...]

E-liquids

S.E.A. 1, P.L. 206 Effective: April 27, 2017 Provides that a retailer who: (1) knowingly or intentionally sells e-liquid to a minor; or (2) fails to verify the age of a person less than 27 years of age and sells the person e-liquid commits a Class C … [Read more...]

Transportation of agricultural commodities

H.E.A. 1447, P.L. 154 Effective: §§4-6 effective January 1, 2016; §§1-3 effective July 1, 2017 Provides that definition of "farm product" does not include: (1) lumber; (2) logs; (3) wood chips; (4) bark; or (5) sawdust. Modifies the definition of "overweight … [Read more...]

E-liquids

The House Public Policy Committee heard SB 1 on e-liquids sponsored by Rep. Lehman and Rep. Steuerwald. The bill addresses the over-regulation of e-liquids in Indiana and provides that a retailer who fails to verify the age of a person less than 27 years of age and … [Read more...]

E-liquids

For amend and vote only, the Senate Judiciary Committee heard Sen. Head’s SB 1 on e-liquids. Among the bill’s provisions, it provides that a retailer who fails to verify the age of a person less than 27 years of age and sells the person e-liquids commits a Class C … [Read more...]

Driving privilege suspensions

The House Roads and Transportation Committee heard HB 1249 authored by Rep.  Moseley regarding driving privilege suspensions. The bill provides that if judgment has been imposed for committing two speeding in work zone violations within one year the court may order the … [Read more...]

Powdered or crystalline alcohol

S.E.A. 6, P.L. 70-2015 Effective: April 29, 2015 Makes it a Class B infraction to possess, purchase, sell, offer to sell, or use powdered or crystalline alcohol. Establishes exceptions. Urges the legislative council to assign to the public policy interim study … [Read more...]

Speed limits in school zones

S.E.A. 35, P.L. 225-2015 Effective: July 1, 2015 Provides that a city, town, or county may establish a speed limit of not less than 20 miles per hour on a street or highway upon which a school is located if the street or highway is under the jurisdiction of the … [Read more...]