SB 2

  • Indiana Senate Bill
  • 2022 Special Session
  • Introduced in Senate
  • Passed Senate Jul 29, 2022
  • House
  • Governor

Fiscal matters.

Abstract

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 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 a sales tax exemption for children's diapers. 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. Adds an additional exemption for an adopted child. Increases the amount of the adjusted gross income tax credit to which an individual who is eligible to claim the federal adoption tax credit is entitled. Provides that the postpartum period determined by the office of the secretary of family and social services during which Medicaid coverage is available to a woman must not be less than 12 months beginning on the last day of the pregnancy. Before November 1, 2022, requires the office of Medicaid policy and planning (office) to research and compile total Medicaid reimbursement for inpatient hospital services and outpatient hospital and clinical services for Indiana and in states bordering Indiana for certain prenatal, pregnancy, postnatal, and pediatric wellness services. Requires the office to prepare a report of the office's findings and submit the report to the general assembly not later than December 1, 2022. Adds donated breast milk to the list of supplies and services provided by Medicaid and the healthy Indiana plan. Establishes the doula reimbursement advisory board. Requires the office of the secretary of the family and social services administration to: (1) seek any necessary approval from the United States Department of Health and Human Services; and (2) adopt any written policies, procedures, or regulations determined necessary; to provide reimbursement for long-acting reversible contraception. Authorizes a local health department, health care provider, or other human services provider to request a grant from the safety PIN (protecting Indiana's newborns) grant fund to be used to assist individuals seeking contraceptives. Authorizes a local health department, a health care provider, or a human services provider to seek grants to provide instruction on the use of fertility awareness-based family planning methods. Prohibits the state department of health from awarding grants for the distribution of contraceptives through school run programs or to a minor without the consent of the minor's parent or guardian. Requires the state department of health to contract with a third party vendor to conduct an evaluation concerning access to low cost birth control and access to education and services concerning unwanted pregnancy. Appropriates money for various purposes related to children and families.

Bill Sponsors (10)

Votes


Actions


Aug 04, 2022

House

Amendment #3 (Vermilion) prevailed; voice vote

House

Amendment #37 (Brown T) prevailed; Roll Call 51: yeas 68, nays 27

House

Amendment #32 (Porter) failed; Roll Call 58: yeas 24, nays 63

House

Amendment #31 (Porter) failed; Roll Call 57: yeas 24, nays 61

House

Amendment #13 (Pryor) failed; Roll Call 56: yeas 27, nays 60

House

Amendment #38 (Judy) motion withdrawn

House

Amendment #36 (Summers) failed; Roll Call 55: yeas 32, nays 58

House

Amendment #35 (Moseley) failed; Roll Call 54: yeas 29, nays 62

House

Amendment #10 (Fleming) failed; Roll Call 53: yeas 48, nays 49

House

Amendment #2 (Slager) prevailed; voice vote

House

Amendment #33 (Moseley) failed; Roll Call 52: yeas 30, nays 59

Aug 02, 2022

House

Committee report: amend do pass, adopted

Aug 01, 2022

House

First reading: referred to Committee on Ways and Means

  • Reading-1
  • Referral-Committee
ways and means

Jul 29, 2022

Senate

Senator Melton added as coauthor

Senate

Senator Rogers added as coauthor

Senate

Referred to the House

Senate

Senator Boehnlein added as coauthor

Senate

Third reading: passed; Roll Call 52: yeas 46, nays 1

Senate

Senator Charbonneau added as coauthor

Senate

House sponsor: Representative Brown T

Senate

Senator Kruse added as coauthor

Jul 28, 2022

Senate

Amendment #3 (Griffin) failed; Roll Call 17: yeas 14, nays 32

Senate

Amendment #1 (Bohacek) prevailed; voice vote

Senate

Amendment #5 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 5: yeas 10, nays 36

Senate

Amendment #6 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 6: yeas 10, nays 36

Senate

Amendment #9 (Qaddoura) failed; Roll Call 7: yeas 10, nays 36

Senate

Amendment #15 (Taylor G) failed; Roll Call 8: yeas 11, nays 35

Senate

Amendment #2 (Yoder) failed; Roll Call 9: yeas 10, nays 36

Senate

Amendment #10 (Yoder) failed; Roll Call 10: yeas 12, nays 34

Senate

Amendment #11 (Lanane) failed; Roll Call 11: yeas 14, nays 32

Senate

Amendment #14 (Niezgodski) failed; Roll Call 12: yeas 11, nays 35

Senate

Amendment #16 (Niezgodski) failed; Roll Call 13: yeas 12, nays 34

Senate

Amendment #17 (Breaux) failed; Roll Call 14: yeas 14, nays 32

Senate

Amendment #18 (Breaux) failed; Roll Call 15: yeas 14, nays 32

Senate

Amendment #4 (Pol) failed; Roll Call 16: yeas 10, nays 36

Senate

Amendment #13 (Melton) failed; Roll Call 18: yeas 10, nays 36

Senate

Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed

Senate

Amendment #7 (Qaddoura) failed; Division of the Senate: yeas 9, nays 37

Jul 27, 2022

Senate

Senator Holdman added as author

Senate

Senator Mishler removed as author

Senate

Senator Holdman removed as second author

Senate

Committee report: do pass, adopted

Senate

Senator Garten added as second author

Jul 25, 2022

Senate

Senator Holdman removed as author

Senate

Senator Glick added as coauthor

Senate

Senator Mishler removed as second author

Senate

First reading: referred to Committee on Appropriations

  • Reading-1
  • Referral-Committee
appropriations

Senate

Authored by Senators Holdman and Mishler

Senate

Senator Holdman added as second author

Senate

Senator Mishler added as author

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
Introduced Senate Bill (S) PDF
Senate Bill (S) PDF
Engrossed Senate Bill (S) PDF
Senate Bill (H) PDF
Engrossed Senate Bill (H) PDF
Enrolled Senate Bill (S) PDF

Related Documents

Document Format
Fiscal Note: SB0002.06.ENRH.FN001 PDF

Sources

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