May 4, 2023 •
Indiana Legislature Adjourns Sine Die
The first regular session of the 123rd General Assembly adjourned sine die on April 28 after passing bills regarding nonprofit disclosures and electronic signatures for campaign finance disclosures.
Senate Bill 302 has been signed by the governor and prohibits a state agency or a state official from imposing on any charitable organization any filing or reporting requirements more stringent or burdensome than those authorized under state or federal law.
The bill provides this limitation does not apply to requirements imposed in connection with state grants, contracts, fraud investigations, or in connection with an enforcement action.
House Bill 1212, House Bill 1336 have not been signed by the governor.
House Bill 1212 prohibits a public agency from requiring a person or nonprofit organizations to provide certain personal information to the public agency.
Exceptions to the prohibition include disclosures required under state campaign finance and lobbying disclosure laws.
House Bill 1336 permits electronic signatures to be used for the reporting of campaign contributions and expenditures.
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