Indiana - SB0471 - 2019

Offenses involving critical infrastructure. Repeals the term "key facility" and replaces it with "critical infrastructure facility". Defines "critical infrastructure facility". Provides that a person who, not having a contractual interest in the property, knowingly or intentionally enters the real property of a critical infrastructure facility without the permission of the owner of the critical infrastructure facility or an authorized person commits the offense of critical infrastructure facility trespass. Provides that a person who recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally damages or defaces property of a critical infrastructure facility commits the offense of critical infrastructure facility mischief. Provides criminal penalties and civil remedies for offenses involving a critical infrastructure facility. Provides that the chapter addressing offenses of related critical infrastructure facilities does not apply to protected conduct or collective bargaining agreements. Provides that a victim of the offense of critical infrastructure facility trespass or mischief may recover damages sustained from a person who caused the loss. Provides that a person that compensates, provides consideration to, or remunerates a person for committing the offense of critical infrastructure facility trespass or mischief may be held liable for civil damages. Provides that if a person commits the offense of conspiracy to commit the offense of critical infrastructure facility trespass or mischief with a person who commits the offense of critical infrastructure facility trespass or mischief, the conspiring person shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $100,000.

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Infrastructure

Added On: 02-12-2019
Updated On: 05-05-2019
Status: Enacted
Primary Sponsors: Michael Crider (Republican), Randall Frye (Republican), Eric Koch (Republican), Jim Pressel (Republican), Edmond Soliday (Republican)





Actions (22)

  • 01-14-2019 - First reading: referred to Committee on Homeland Security and Transportation
  • 01-14-2019 - Authored by Senator Koch
  • 01-29-2019 - Senator Crider added as second author
  • 01-31-2019 - Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
  • 02-05-2019 - Amendment #1 (Koch) prevailed; voice vote
  • 02-05-2019 - Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed
  • 02-07-2019 - Third reading: passed; Roll Call 92: yeas 49, nays 0
  • 02-07-2019 - House sponsor: Representative Soliday
  • 02-11-2019 - Referred to the House
  • 03-07-2019 - First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
  • 03-19-2019 - Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
  • 03-21-2019 - Representatives Frye and Pressel added as cosponsors
  • 03-21-2019 - Second reading: ordered engrossed
  • 03-25-2019 - Third reading: passed; Roll Call 343: yeas 69, nays 27
  • 03-26-2019 - Returned to the Senate with amendments
  • 03-29-2019 - Motion to concur filed
  • 04-01-2019 - Senate concurred in House amendments; Roll Call 366: yeas 39, nays 7
  • 04-04-2019 - Signed by the President Pro Tempore
  • 04-08-2019 - Signed by the Speaker
  • 04-30-2019 - Signed by the President of the Senate
  • 05-06-2019 - Signed by the Governor
  • 05-06-2019 - Public Law 276

Votes (5)

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01-29-2019Senate - Committee VoteSenate702yes
02-07-2019Third readingSenate4901yes
03-18-2019House - Committee VoteHouse832yes
03-25-2019House - Third readingHouse69274yes
04-01-2019Senate - Senate concurred in House amendmentsSenate3974yes