Indiana - HB1002 - 2017

Transportation infrastructure funding. Eliminates the sales tax on the sale of special fuel. Establishes the special transportation flexibility fund. Provides the following for gasoline use tax collections for state fiscal year 2020 and each state fiscal year thereafter: (1) 14.286% of the collections shall be deposited in the motor vehicle highway account. (2) 21.429% of the collections shall be deposited in the local road and bridge matching grant fund. (3) A percentage of the gasoline use tax collections shall be deposited in the state general fund in each state fiscal year before state fiscal year 2025. (4) In state fiscal

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Transportation

Added On: 01-29-2017
Updated On: 04-26-2017
Status: Enacted
Primary Sponsors: Michael Crider (Republican), Blake Doriot (Republican), Brandt Hershman (Republican), Howard Kenley (Republican), Dennis Kruse (Republican), Lonnie Randolph (Democratic), Edmond Soliday (Republican)





Actions (54)

  • 01-04-2017 - First reading: referred to Committee on Roads and Transportation
  • 01-04-2017 - Coauthored by Representatives Brown T, Steuerwald and Sullivan
  • 01-04-2017 - Authored by Representative Soliday
  • 01-26-2017 - Representative Frye added as coauthor
  • 01-26-2017 - Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
  • 01-26-2017 - Rule 105.1 suspended
  • 01-26-2017 - Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
  • 01-30-2017 - Representative Braun added as coauthor
  • 01-30-2017 - Rule 105.1 suspended
  • 02-09-2017 - Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
  • 02-14-2017 - Amendment #3 (Pierce) prevailed; Roll Call 124: yeas 88, nays 0
  • 02-14-2017 - Amendment #12 (DeLaney) failed; Roll Call 123: yeas 30, nays 60
  • 02-14-2017 - Amendment #10 (DeLaney) failed; Roll Call 122: yeas 30, nays 61
  • 02-14-2017 - Amendment #9 (Bartlett) ruled out of order
  • 02-14-2017 - Amendment #8 (Porter) failed; Roll Call 120: yeas 29, nays 61
  • 02-14-2017 - Amendment #13 (Forestal) failed; Roll Call 119: yeas 30, nays 64
  • 02-14-2017 - Amendment #1 (Brown T) prevailed; Roll Call 118: yeas 71, nays 21
  • 02-14-2017 - Amendment #2 (Lehman) prevailed; Roll Call 117: yeas 91, nays 0
  • 02-14-2017 - Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed
  • 02-16-2017 - Senate sponsors: Senators Crider and Kenley
  • 02-16-2017 - Third reading: passed; Roll Call 127: yeas 61, nays 36
  • 02-17-2017 - Referred to the Senate
  • 02-23-2017 - First reading: referred to Committee on Tax and Fiscal Policy
  • 03-28-2017 - Senator Randolph added as cosponsor
  • 03-30-2017 - Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
  • 04-03-2017 - Amendment #8 (Breaux) failed; voice vote
  • 04-03-2017 - Amendment #5 (Tallian) failed; Roll Call 335: yeas 9, nays 38
  • 04-03-2017 - Second reading: ordered engrossed
  • 04-04-2017 - Senator Doriot added as cosponsor
  • 04-04-2017 - Senator Kruse added as cosponsor
  • 04-04-2017 - Senator Hershman added as cosponsor
  • 04-04-2017 - Third reading: passed; Roll Call 360: yeas 34, nays 13
  • 04-05-2017 - House dissented from Senate amendments
  • 04-05-2017 - Motion to dissent filed
  • 04-05-2017 - Returned to the House with amendments
  • 04-06-2017 - House advisors appointed: Brown T, Sullivan, Huston, Frye R, Goodin, Moseley, Porter and Pryor
  • 04-06-2017 - Senate advisors appointed: Kenley, Hershman, Bassler and Stoops
  • 04-06-2017 - House conferees appointed: Soliday and Forestal
  • 04-06-2017 - Senate conferees appointed: Crider and Tallian
  • 04-21-2017 - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 560: yeas 69, nays 29
  • 04-21-2017 - CCR # 1 filed in the Senate
  • 04-21-2017 - CCR # 1 filed in the House
  • 04-21-2017 - Senator Kenley added as conferee
  • 04-21-2017 - Senator Kenley removed as advisor
  • 04-21-2017 - Senator Tallian removed as conferee
  • 04-21-2017 - Representative Sullivan added as conferee
  • 04-21-2017 - Representative Sullivan removed as advisor
  • 04-21-2017 - Representative Forestal removed as conferee
  • 04-22-2017 - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 539: yeas 37, nays 12
  • 04-26-2017 - Signed by the President of the Senate
  • 04-27-2017 - Signed by the Speaker
  • 04-27-2017 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
  • 04-27-2017 - Signed by the Governor
  • 04-27-2017 - Public Law 218

Votes (16)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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01-25-2017Committee VoteHouse850yes
02-08-2017Committee VoteHouse1491yes
02-14-2017House61309yes
02-14-2017House - Amendment #2 (Lehman) prevailedHouse9109yes
02-14-2017House - Amendment #1 (Brown T) prevailedHouse71218yes
02-14-2017House - Amendment #13 (Forestal) failedHouse30646no
02-14-2017House - Amendment #8 (Porter) failedHouse296110no
02-14-2017House - Amendment #10 (DeLaney) failedHouse30619no
02-14-2017House - Amendment #12 (DeLaney) failedHouse306010no
02-14-2017House - Amendment #3 (Pierce) prevailedHouse88012yes
02-16-2017House - Third readingHouse61363yes
03-28-2017Committee VoteSenate1120yes
04-03-2017Senate - Amendment #5 (Tallian) failedSenate9383no
04-04-2017Senate - Third readingSenate34133yes
04-21-2017House - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1House69292yes
04-22-2017Senate - Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1Senate37121yes

Sponsors (12)

News (9)

10 cent a gallon gas hike half way home in Indiana General Assembly - WNDU-TV
Published by wndu.com
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 22:54:04 GMT

10 cent a gallon gas hike half way home in Indiana General Assembly. By Mark Peterson | ... HB 1002 was called the largest tax hike in Indiana history and a massive tax shift—a plan to nickel and dime the average motorist while cutting corporate taxes ...

“Difficult Vote” As Senate Passes Gas Tax Increase To Fund Roads - Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
Published by eaglecountryonline.com
Wed, 05 Apr 2017 13:01:12 GMT

The Indiana Senate on Tuesday approved an infrastructure funding plan with fee and tax increases that lawmakers say will fund a billion dollars per year in road improvements statewide over the next 20 years. Republicans, who own a supermajority in both ...

EXTRAS ON EXCISE: STATE LEGISLATION AIMED AT PUMPING FUEL TAXES TO IMPROVE TRANSPORTATION ... - Bloomberg BNA
Published by bna.com
Wed, 08 Mar 2017 20:49:24 GMT

In Indiana, H.B. 1002 proposes to increase state taxes on fuel by $0.10 per gallon and index fuel tax rates annually for inflation beginning July 1, 2017. Currently, the ... The Montana House of Transportation held an initial hearing on the bill on Feb ...

Legislators: Base gas tax on those who use roads, pay for the roads - The Banner-Graphic
Published by bannergraphic.com
Mon, 20 Mar 2017 00:21:50 GMT

Banner Graphic/ERIC BERNSEE Former Republican County Chairman Larry Sutton (left) chats with District 37 State Sen. Rod Bray, whose district cover the southern half of ... But that doesn't mean that House Bill 1002 is a sure thing for passage in the ...

Gas tax plan generates back-and-forth debate in Senate - NUVO Newsweekly
Published by nuvo.net
Wed, 15 Mar 2017 14:17:08 GMT

Justin Stevens, state director for the Indiana chapter of Americans for Prosperity, said Indiana's conservative policies and series of tax decreases have led to economic growth. But Stevens argues HB 1002 takes Indiana a step back by making one of the ...

More “User Fees” Added To Indiana Road Funding Plan - Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
Published by eaglecountryonline.com
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 12:44:11 GMT

House Bill 1002 is the GOP's proposed blueprint for generating $1 billion each year for road infrastructure. The Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee passed the bill to the full Senate on an 11-2 ... Also intact is a provision that allows the ...

Roads, taxes dominate Chamber's first legislative luncheon - Shelbynews
Published by shelbynews.com
Sat, 28 Jan 2017 18:27:30 GMT

Raising the gas tax to fix the state's decaying roads and bridges is at the top of the agenda as the Indiana General Assembly meets in long session this year. ... Also HB 1002 would create a formula to adjust gas tax rates each year based on inflation ...

Lawmakers limit how much gas taxes could increase under new bill - Indianapolis Star
Published by indystar.com
Wed, 25 Jan 2017 23:49:53 GMT

On Wednesday, speakers lined up to testify in support or against the bill, which would also impose a $15 registration fees on vehicles, a $150 fee on electric cars and require a study on road tolls in Indiana. Lawmakers say the measure would help ...

Political group pushes alternative state infrastructure funding - Evening News and Tribune
Published by newsandtribune.com
Fri, 27 Jan 2017 23:35:20 GMT

One component of HB 1002 would direct the Indiana Finance Authority to study the feasibility and outcomes of tolling existing highways. In fact, the bill gives the governor the authority to toll interstates without any further approval from the ...