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  1. Introduced Jan 10, 2013
  2. Passed Senate
  3. Passed House
  4. Signed into Law

SB 391

Indiana Senate Bill

Crimes concerning agriculture and livestock. Enhances the crimes of theft, criminal mischief, criminal trespass, burglary, and criminal conversion if: (1) the offense is committed on an agricultural operation, or (2) the subject of the offense is an agricultural operation or livestock. Makes it unlawful recording of agricultural operations, a Class A misdemeanor, for a person to: (1) enter real property that is owned by another person and on which agricultural operations are being conducted; and (2) take a photograph of or make a video recording or motion picture of the real property, structures located on the real property, or the agricultural operations being conducted on the real property; without the written consent of the owner of the real property or an authorized representative of the owner. Requires the board of animal health to establish a registry of persons convicted of crimes concerning agricultural operations and livestock.
2013 Regular Session
Bill Subjects:
Agriculture and Food Crime
Sponsors (1):


There are currently no roll call votes recorded for this bill.


Date Chamber  
Jan 10, 2013 Senate First reading: referred to Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources
Jan 10, 2013 Senate Authored by Senator Yoder


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