A look at bills bottled up in Indiana Senate...

A look at bills bottled up in Indiana Senate...
Created by kblakeslee on 1/8/2013 6:22:49 PM


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ The following bills have been assigned by Senate President Pro Tem David Long to the Senate's rules committee, a step typically used to bottle up a proposal and prevent further action toward it becoming law: 
 
  _ Prohibit state agencies or public universities from limiting firearms possession except for buildings that house courtrooms.
 
  _ Make any firearms or ammunition made in Indiana and remaining in the state not subject to federal laws or regulation.
 
  _ Allow public school districts to require recitation of the Lord's Prayer at the beginning of each school day.
 
  _ Prohibit abortions being sought based on the gender of the fetus or because the fetus has a genetic abnormality such as Down syndrome.
 
  _ Prohibit many arrests or searches by federal agents without written permission from the local county sheriff.
 
  _ Ban the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, by law enforcement agencies or others to monitor a person or property without consent.
 
  _ Eliminate the use of grand juries by prosecutors to decide the filing of criminal charges.
 
  _ Prohibit Indiana government entities from implementing any policies relating to the United Nation's 1992 conference on the environment, the subject of the novel titled ``Agenda 21'' by conservative commentator Glenn Beck.
 
  _ Block public school districts from starting the school year until after Labor Day unless the district follows a year-round calendar or takes other steps.
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