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TITLE 71 INDIANA HORSE RACING COMMISSION

Emergency Rule
LSA Document #13-135(E)

DIGEST

Amends 71 IAC 5.5-1-1 regarding licenses required. Amends 71 IAC 6-1-3 regarding claiming procedure. Amends 71 IAC 8-1-5 regarding furosemide as a permitted substance. Adds 71 IAC 8-1-5.7 regarding anti-ulcer medication. Amends 71 IAC 8-4-1 regarding collection procedures. Amends 71 IAC 8-4-2 regarding storage and shipment of split samples. Amends 71 IAC 8-4-3 regarding administrative procedures prior to split sample testing. Amends 71 IAC 8-4-4 regarding administrative procedures subsequent to split sample testing. Amends 71 IAC 8-4-5 regarding cost of split sample testing. Amends 71 IAC 8.5-1-5 regarding furosemide as a permitted substance. Amends 71 IAC 8.5-3-1 regarding collection procedures. Amends 71 IAC 8.5-3-2 regarding storage and shipment of split samples. Amends 71 IAC 8.5-3-3 regarding administrative procedures prior to split sample testing. Amends 71 IAC 8.5-3-4 regarding administrative procedures subsequent to split sample testing. Amends 71 IAC 8.5-3-5 regarding cost of split sample testing. Amends 71 IAC 12-2-18 regarding allocation of interstate simulcasting revenue to purses. Amends 71 IAC 13.5-3-3 regarding out-of-state breeder's awards. Effective April 5, 2013.



SECTION 1. 71 IAC 5.5-1-1 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 5.5-1-1 Licenses required

Authority: IC 4-31
Affected: IC 4-31


Sec. 1. (a) A person shall not participate in pari-mutuel racing under the jurisdiction of the commission without a valid license issued by the commission. License categories shall include the following and others as may be established by the commission:
(1) Racing participants and personnel (including owner, authorized agent, trainer, assistant trainer, jockey, apprentice jockey, jockey agent, veterinary helper, farrier, stable employees, exercise rider, groom, pari-mutuel clerk, pony rider, track employee, track security, vendor employee, starting gate crew, farrier's assistant, valet, track management, practicing or racing veterinarian, or other).
(2) Racing officials as listed in 71 IAC 3.5.
(3) Persons employed by the association, or employed by a person or concern contracting with or approved by the association or commission to provide a pari-mutuel related service or commodity, with job duties which require their presence in a restricted area or which require their presence anywhere on association grounds.
(4) Sole proprietors and all partners of a partnership contracting with or approved by the association or commission to provide a service or commodity.
(5) Shareholders in a corporation, acting as a contractor or vendor, if required by the commission.
(6) Commission employees with job duties which require their presence in a restricted area or which require their presence anywhere on association grounds.

(b) The commission may require a person working at a training center outside the enclosure, with horses competing at a track under the commission's jurisdiction, to obtain a valid license issued by the commission. A requirement for licensure under this section shall be made upon reasonable suspicion that such person's activities or reputation are inconsistent with maintaining racing with the highest standards and the greatest level of integrity. The executive director or judges may refuse entry or scratch any horse involving any such person who, after requested to obtain a valid license, fails to or is unable to obtain a license.

(c) Any person employed by an association solely to assist with the conduct of gambling games, or employed by a person or concern contracting with or approved by the association to provide a gambling game related service or commodity that requires their presence on association grounds, if in good standing and the holder of a current license issued by the gaming commission is considered a licensee of the commission, or must obtain a commission license if not in good standing and the holder of a current license issued by the gaming commission. Any licensee under this subsection is responsible for any and all obligations imposed upon a commission licensee under these rules and is subject to any sanctions, penalties, and/or fines for any violation of commission rules.

(d) Persons required to be separately licensed by the commission shall submit a completed application on forms furnished by the commission and accompanied by the required fee.

(e) License applicants may be required to furnish to the commission a set of fingerprints and a recent photograph and may be required to be refingerprinted or rephotographed periodically as determined by the commission.

(f) The determination whether to issue a license may be placed in a pending status awaiting information requested and deemed necessary by the commission or its designee.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 5.5-1-1; emergency rule filed Jun 15, 1995, 5:00 p.m.: 18 IR 2849, eff Jul 1, 1995; emergency rule filed Mar 25, 1997, 10:00 a.m.: 20 IR 2155; errata filed Apr 9, 1997, 2:15 p.m.: 20 IR 2116; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed May 12, 2008, 1:29 p.m.: 20080521-IR-071080353ERA; emergency rule filed Sep 16, 2010, 12:19 p.m.: 20100922-IR-071100607ERA; emergency rule filed Mar 3, 2011, 11:50 a.m.: 20110309-IR-071110100ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 2. 71 IAC 6-1-3 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 6-1-3 Claiming procedure

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31


Sec. 3. (a) A person desiring to claim a horse must have the required amount of money on deposit with the horsemen's bookkeeper at the time the completed claim form is deposited.

(b) The claimant shall provide all information required on the claim form provided by the association.

(c) The claim form shall be completed and signed by the claimant or his authorized agent prior to placing it and the necessary transfer fees in an envelope provided for this purpose by the association and approved by the commission. The claimant shall seal the envelope and identify on the outside the date, race number, and track name only.

(d) The envelope shall be delivered to the designated area or licensed delegate at least thirty (30) minutes before post time of the race from which the claim is being made. That person shall certify on the outside of the envelope the time it was received.

(e) The claim shall be examined by the judges or their designee prior to the start of the race. The association's designee shall be prepared to state whether sufficient funds are on deposit in the amount equivalent to the specified claiming price and any other required fees and taxes. The judges shall have a public announcement made and information scrolled on the simulcast video stating there has been a claim made or, in the case of multiple claims, the number of claims made on a horse during the post parade. The successful claimant will be announced after the completion of the race.

(f) The judges shall disallow any claim made on a form or in a manner which fails to comply with all requirements of this rule.

(g) Documentation supporting all claims for horses, whether successful or unsuccessful, shall include details of the method of payment either by way of:
(1) a photostatic copy of the check presented;
(2) written detailed information to include:
(A) the name of the claimant;
(B) the bank;
(C) the branch;
(D) the account number; and
(E) the drawer of any checks; or
(3) details of any other method of payment.
This documentation is to be kept on file at race tracks for twelve (12) months and is to be produced to the commission for inspection at any time during the twelve (12) month period.

(h) When a claim has been submitted, it is irrevocable and is at the risk of the claimant.

(i) In the event more than one (1) claim is submitted for the same horse, the successful claimant shall be determined by lot by the judges or their designee, and all unsuccessful claims involved in the decision by lot shall, at that time, become null and void, notwithstanding any future disposition of such claim.

(j) Upon determining that a claim is valid, the judges shall notify the paddock judge of:
(1) the name of the horse claimed;
(2) the name of the claimant; and
(3) the name of the person to whom the horse is to be delivered.
Also, the judges shall cause a public announcement to be made.

(k) Every horse entered in a claiming race shall race for the account of the owner who declared it in the event, but title to a claimed horse shall be vested in the successful claimant from the time the horse is deemed to have started, and the successful claimant shall become the owner of the horse, whether it be alive or dead, sound or unsound, or injured during or after the race. A horse entered in a claiming race cannot be sold or transferred until the completion of the race.

(l) A horse entered in a claiming race cannot be scratched from a claiming race for the purpose of being sold privately.

(m) A post-race test may be taken from any horse claimed out of a claiming race. The trainer of the horse at the time of entry for the race from which the horse was claimed shall be responsible for the claimed horse until the post-race sample is collected. The horse's halter must accompany the horse. Altering or removing the horse's shoes will be considered a violation. The successful claimant/trainer shall have the right to measure the horse's hopples and any other equipment that he deems necessary before the horse leaves the test barn. The claimant or his/her authorized designee shall be permitted access into the test barn. The equipment must remain on the claimed horse until the claimant or his/her designee has an opportunity to measure hopples or any other equipment he deems necessary.

(n) Any person who refuses to deliver a horse legally claimed out of a claiming race shall be suspended, together with the horse, until delivery is made.

(o) A claimed horse shall not:
(1) be eligible to start in any race in the name or interest of the owner of the horse at the time of entry for the race from which the horse was claimed;
(2) remain in or be returned to the same stable or to the care or management of the first owner or trainer; or
(3) be sold or transferred to anyone;
for a period of sixty (60) days unless reclaimed out of another claiming race.

(p) The claiming price shall be paid to the owner at the time of entry for the race from which the horse was claimed only when the successful claimant is not in pending status by the USTA, the judges are satisfied that the claim is valid, and the successful claimant is recognized as the owner of record.

(q) The judges, at the option of the claimant, shall rule a claim invalid if the horse has been found ineligible to the race from which it was claimed.

(r) Mares and fillies who are in foal are ineligible for claiming races. Upon receipt of the horse, if a claimant determines within forty-eight (48) hours that a claimed filly or mare is in foal, he or she may, at his or her option, return the horse to the owner of the horse at the time of entry for the race from which the horse was claimed.

(s) If a claimant demonstrates that the sex of the horse is other than reported in the official racing program, he or she may, within forty-eight (48) hours of the claim, at his or her option, return the horse to the owner of the horse at the time of entry for the race from which the horse was claimed. The judge shall rule the claim of the returned horse invalid.

(t) When the judges rule that a claim is invalid and the horse is returned to the owner of the horse at the time of entry for the race in which the invalid claim was made:
(1) the amount of the claiming price and any other required fees and taxes shall be repaid to the claimant;
(2) any purse monies earned subsequent to the date of the claim and before the date on which the claim is ruled invalid shall be the property of the claimant; and
(3) the claimant shall be responsible for any reasonable costs incurred through the care, training, or racing of the horse while it was in his or her possession.

(u) The enforcement of regulations prohibiting a horse claimed in another state from racing in Indiana shall be the responsibility of the jurisdiction in which the horse was claimed.

(u) No horse claimed out of a claiming race shall race outside the state of Indiana for the earlier of:
(1) a period of sixty (60) days; or
(2) the conclusion of the last standardbred race meet under the jurisdiction of the Indiana horse racing commission in that year.

(v) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (u), a claimed horse shall be allowed to compete out of state while on the sixty (60) day hold period in any stake, or early and late closer, it is listed as being paid prior to the claim.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 6-1-3; emergency rule filed Feb 10, 1994, 9:20 a.m.: 17 IR 1149; emergency rule filed Aug 10, 1994, 3:30 p.m.: 17 IR 2907; emergency rule filed Feb 13, 1998, 10:00 a.m.: 21 IR 2400; emergency rule filed Feb 20, 2001, 10:08 a.m.: 24 IR 2101; errata filed Jun 21, 2001, 3:21 p.m.: 24 IR 3652; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Jan 21, 2004, 2:30 p.m.: 27 IR 1915; emergency rule filed May 10, 2005, 3:20 p.m.: 28 IR 2747; emergency rule filed Mar 10, 2006, 11:00 a.m.: 29 IR 2215; emergency rule filed Mar 12, 2008, 1:53 p.m.: 20080326-IR-071080191ERA, eff Mar 11, 2008 [IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the Publisher. LSA Document #08-191(E) was filed with the Publisher March 12, 2008.]; emergency rule filed Mar 19, 2009, 11:07 a.m.: 20090401-IR-071090195ERA, eff Mar 12, 2009 [IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the Publisher. LSA Document #09-195(E) was filed with the Publisher March 19, 2009.]; emergency rule filed Jan 25, 2012, 12:20 p.m.: 20120201-IR-071120056ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 3. 71 IAC 8-1-5 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8-1-5 Furosemide as a permitted foreign substance

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 5. Furosemide may be administered intravenously to a horse, which is entered to compete in a race. Except under the instructions of the official veterinarian or the racing veterinarian for the purpose of removing a horse from the veterinarian's list or to facilitate the collection of a post-race urine sample, furosemide shall be permitted only after the official veterinarian has placed the horse on the furosemide list. In order for a horse to be placed on the furosemide list the following process must be followed:
(1) After the horse's licensed trainer and practicing veterinarian determine that it would be in the horse's best interests to race with furosemide they shall notify the official veterinarian or his/her designee, using the prescribed form, that they wish the horse to be put on the furosemide list.
(2) The form must be received by the official veterinarian or his/her designee by the proper time deadlines so as to ensure public notification.
(3) A horse placed on the official furosemide list must remain on that list unless the licensed trainer and practicing veterinarian submit a written request to remove the horse from the list. The request must be made to the official veterinarian or his/her designee, on the proper form, no later than the time of entry.
(4) After a horse has been removed from the furosemide list, the horse may not be placed back on the list for a period of sixty (60) calendar days unless it is determined to be detrimental to the welfare of the horse, in consultation with the official veterinarian. If a horse is removed from the official furosemide list a second time in a three hundred sixty-five (365) day period, the horse may not be placed back on the list for a period of ninety (90) calendar days.
(5) Furosemide shall only be administered on association grounds.
(6) Upon the request of the regulatory agency designee, the veterinarian administering the authorized bleeder medication shall surrender the syringe used to administer such medication, which may then be submitted for testing.
(7) Time of treatment. Horses qualified for medication and so indicated on the official bleeder list must be treated at least four (4) hours prior to post time.
(8) Medication administration. Bleeder medication shall be administered by a veterinarian licensed by the commission at an intravenous dose level not to exceed five hundred (500) milligrams and no less than one hundred fifty (150) milligrams. The executive director or judges may designate certain official veterinarians, racing veterinarians, and/or practicing veterinarians to administer furosemide under this rule. Such designation may be determined daily, weekly, or for any other appropriate time period. Administration of furosemide shall take place in the test barn or a specific location otherwise designated by the commission. An association employee shall be present and observe the drawing of furosemide into a syringe. The administering veterinarian shall provide a factory sealed bottle of furosemide from which the draws shall be made. The association shall establish track rules for furosemide administrations that are consistent with these regulations.
(9) Out-of-state horses. A bleeder horse shipped into the state from another jurisdiction may be automatically eligible to receive furosemide provided that the jurisdiction from which it was shipped qualified it as a bleeder using criteria satisfactory to this state. The USTA, the breed registry foal certificate, or bleeder certificate may be utilized in determining a horse's eligibility to receive furosemide.
(10) The test level of furosemide under this rule shall not be in excess of one hundred (100) nanograms per milliliter of serum or plasma and shall not be below a urine specific gravity of one and ten one-thousandths (1.010). If an insufficient volume of urine is obtained, a positive test shall be based upon quantitative testing performed on blood serum or plasma only. Split sample testing shall be quantitative and be performed on blood serum or plasma only.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8-1-5; emergency rule filed Feb 10, 1994, 9:20 a.m.: 17 IR 1169; emergency rule filed Aug 10, 1994, 3:30 p.m.: 17 IR 2914; emergency rule filed Jan 27, 1995, 3:30 p.m.: 18 IR 1501; errata filed Feb 9, 1995, 2:00 p.m.: 18 IR 1481; emergency rule filed Jun 15, 1995, 5:00 p.m.: 18 IR 2877, eff Jul 1, 1995; emergency rule filed Mar 25, 1996, 10:15 a.m.: 19 IR 2079; emergency rule filed Feb 13, 1998, 10:00 a.m.: 21 IR 2411; errata filed Oct 15, 1998, 12:38 p.m.: 22 IR 759; emergency rule filed Jun 8, 1999, 9:31 a.m.: 22 IR 3132, eff May 26, 1999 [IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the secretary of state. LSA Document #99-108(E) was filed with the secretary of state June 8, 1999.]; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Mar 10, 2006, 11:00 a.m.: 29 IR 2218; emergency rule filed Jul 28, 2006, 11:17 a.m.: 20060809-IR-071060278ERA, eff Aug 1, 2006; emergency rule filed Mar 3, 2011, 11:50 a.m.: 20110309-IR-071110100ERA; emergency rule filed Jan 25, 2012, 12:20 p.m.: 20120201-IR-071120056ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 4. 71 IAC 8-1-5.7 IS ADDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8-1-5.7 Anti-ulcer medications

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 5.7. The following anti-ulcer medications are permitted to be administered, at the stated dosage, up to twenty-four (24) hours prior to the race in which the horse is entered:
(1) Cimetidine (Tagamet®) – 8-20 mg/kg PO BID-TID
(2) Omeprazole (Gastrogard®) – 2.2 grams PO SID
(3) Ranitidine (Zantac®) – 8 mg/kg PO BID
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8-1-5.7; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 5. 71 IAC 8-4-1 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8-4-1 Collection procedures

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 1. (a) All collection procedures shall be done in accordance with chain of custody guidelines.

(b) Before sending a an equine sample from a horse to a the primary testing laboratory, the official veterinarian or a designated commission employee shall divide the specimen into two (2) parts provided a sufficient amount is collected.

(c) The official veterinarian or designated commission employee shall attempt to collect a minimum of fifty (50) milliliters of urine. The primary testing laboratory shall receive a minimum of fifty (50) milliliters of urine. The official veterinarian, a licensed veterinarian authorized by the commission, or a veterinary technician under the direct supervision of a commission authorized veterinarian shall collect a minimum of thirty (30) milliliters of blood, which shall be divided into two (2) portions, one (1) of which shall be forwarded to the primary laboratory. A urine specimen shall not be split if less than fifty (50) milliliters is collected from horses. the horse. In such instances, the commission is entitled to submit the entire urine specimen for testing or detain the horse an adequate amount of time until it can be obtained. If an insufficient volume of urine is obtained, the trainer and owner are not entitled to a split sample.

(d) The official veterinarian, a licensed veterinarian authorized by the commission, or a veterinary technician under the direct supervision of a commission authorized veterinarian shall collect a minimum of thirty (30) milliliters of blood, which shall be divided into two (2) portions, one (1) of which shall be forwarded to the primary laboratory.

(d) (e) If the split sample testing laboratory determines that there is insufficient sample volume to make a specific identification of the sample contents, or if an act of God, power failure, accident, labor strike, or any other event beyond the control of the commission or its representatives prevents the split sample from being tested, then the results of tests performed by the primary laboratory shall be considered prima facie evidence of the condition of the horse.

(e) (f) The official veterinarian or his/her designee shall retain the part of the urine specimen and/or the part of the blood specimen that is not sent to the primary laboratory.

(f) (g) If the retained part of a specimen is sent for testing, the official veterinarian or designated commission employee shall arrange for the transportation of the specimen in a manner that ensures the integrity of the sample.

(g) (h) Blood samples shall be centrifuged. and stored frozen.

(h) (i) The provisions of subsections (b), and (c), and (d) do not apply to 71 IAC 8-3-5.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8-4-1; emergency rule filed Feb 10, 1994, 9:20 a.m.: 17 IR 1172; emergency rule filed Jan 27, 1995, 3:30 p.m.: 18 IR 1504; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Feb 21, 2003, 4:15 p.m.: 26 IR 2385; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Jul 23, 2007, 9:16 a.m.: 20070808-IR-071070461ERA, eff Jul 18, 2007 [IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the Publisher. LSA Document #07-461(E) was filed with the Publisher July 23, 2007.]; emergency rule filed Mar 3, 2011, 11:50 a.m.: 20110309-IR-071110100ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 6. 71 IAC 8-4-2 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8-4-2 Storage and shipment of split samples

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 2. (a) The official veterinarian or his/her designee shall store the retained part of a specimen in secure, limited access frozen storage at a site approved by the commission for the period required by this section.

(b) If the results of the initial test on a specimen are negative, the official veterinarian, or his/her designee, or primary laboratory may discard the retained part of the specimen upon receipt of the negative result. If the result of the initial test on a specimen is positive, the official veterinarian, or his/her designee, or primary laboratory may discard the retained part of the specimen after the expiration of the period during which an owner or trainer may request the retained part be sent for split testing.

(c) The identity of the drug or drug metabolites shall be revealed to the split sample laboratory. Communication between the primary and split sample laboratory is limited to the exchange of the analytical method and the threshold level used to confirm the drug's identity.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8-4-2; emergency rule filed Feb 10, 1994, 9:20 a.m.: 17 IR 1172; emergency rule filed Jan 27, 1995, 3:30 p.m.: 18 IR 1504; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Mar 3, 2011, 11:50 a.m.: 20110309-IR- 071110100ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 7. 71 IAC 8-4-3 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8-4-3 Administrative procedures prior to split sample testing

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 3. (a) The results of all tests performed by the primary laboratory or laboratories are confidential and shall only be communicated to the commission, commission staff, judges, owner, and trainer. Notice of a positive test result may be communicated verbally to the trainer. The trainer shall be responsible for promptly notifying the owner of a horse of a positive test as reported by the primary laboratory.

(b) The trainer or owner of a horse for which a positive result on a drug test is returned may request that the judges submit the retained part of the specimen for testing in accordance with this section. The specimen must be tested by a laboratory that is identified on the list of approved laboratories maintained by the commission and acceptable to the following:
(1) The commission.
(2) The primary laboratory.
Laboratories providing split sample testing shall be ISO 17025 accredited unless otherwise approved by the commission. The request must be in writing, include the laboratory selection, and must be delivered to the judges not later than seventy-two (72) ninety-six (96) hours after the trainer has received notice of a positive test result. Notice of a positive test result may be communicated verbally to the trainer. Failure to request testing of a split sample and provide all necessary information within seventy-two (72) ninety-six (96) hours shall constitute a waiver of the right. The split sample laboratory shall be contacted by a representative of the commission to request acceptance of a split sample. The trainer or owner may choose any laboratory on the commission maintained applicable list to test the sample. However, the commission or executive director may limit the choice of laboratory for the detection of specific drugs.

(c) The trainer or owner may elect to waive his or her right to testing of a split sample.

(d) The owner or trainer of a horse who submits a specimen for drug testing is entitled to be present or have a representative present at any time that the retained part of the specimen is prepared for storage or is tested.

(e) The split sample laboratory may require the owner or trainer of a horse who submits a specimen for testing to a split sample laboratory must execute a hold harmless agreement for the split sample laboratory and an agreement that the results of the split sample laboratory can be introduced as evidence in any hearing. The agreements shall remain in the hands of the judges of the state in which the positive was reported.

(f) The trainer or owner may request that negative control samples be tested with the split sample. The identities of the negative control samples and the split sample shall be known only to the commission.

(g) The presence of a drug or drug metabolite in any quantity, excluding phenylbutazone, flunixin, ketoprofen, furosemide, or as permitted in 71 IAC 8-1-4.2 and 71 IAC 8-1-9, is sufficient for a finding of a positive test.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8-4-3; emergency rule filed Feb 10, 1994, 9:20 a.m.: 17 IR 1173; emergency rule filed Aug 10, 1994, 3:30 p.m.: 17 IR 2916; emergency rule filed Jan 27, 1995, 3:30 p.m.: 18 IR 1504; emergency rule filed Mar 25, 1997, 10:00 a.m.: 20 IR 2157; emergency rule filed Jun 22, 1998, 5:05 p.m.: 21 IR 4231; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Jul 28, 2006, 11:17 a.m.: 20060809-IR-071060278ERA, eff Aug 1, 2006; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Jul 23, 2007, 9:16 a.m.: 20070808-IR-071070461ERA, eff Jul 18, 2007 [IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the Publisher. LSA Document #07-461(E) was filed with the Publisher July 23, 2007.]; errata filed Aug 14, 2007, 1:28 p.m.: 20070829-IR-071070461ACA; emergency rule filed Jan 25, 2012, 12:20 p.m.: 20120201-IR-071120056ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 8. 71 IAC 8-4-4 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8-4-4 Administrative procedures subsequent to split sample testing

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 4. (a) The split sample laboratory shall send a confidential written report on the result of its tests to the commission staff which in turn shall send a confidential report to the trainer and owner forthwith.

(b) No action shall be taken against the trainer or owner if the results of split sample testing are negative.

(c) No hearing shall be held concerning the allegations against the trainer or owner, nor shall purse redistribution take place, until split sample testing has been completed and the results of the primary laboratory have been confirmed.

(d) The owner or trainer shall be notified in writing of the:
(1) results of the primary and split sample laboratories in the case of confirmed positives; and
(2) time and place of any administrative hearings resulting from the findings.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8-4-4; emergency rule filed Feb 10, 1994, 9:20 a.m.: 17 IR 1173; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 9. 71 IAC 8-4-5 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8-4-5 Cost of split sample testing

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 5. (a) In order for a split sample laboratory to be identified on the list of approved laboratories, it must establish reasonable fees for split sample testing based on their actual cost of testing. Fees for split sample testing shall include the cost of testing negative control samples if requested by the owner or trainer.

(b) The trainer or owner requesting split sample testing and negative control samples shall pay all costs of transporting and conducting tests on the split sample and negative control samples.

(c) The trainer or owner requesting split sample testing and negative control samples shall make full payment at the time laboratory selection occurs or in accordance with split laboratory requirements.

(d) The commission shall reimburse the trainer or owner for the cost of split sample testing if the results from the split sample laboratory do not confirm the presence of the drug at levels above the thresholds established in 71 IAC 8 [this article] et seq.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8-4-5; emergency rule filed Feb 10, 1994, 9:20 a.m.: 17 IR 1173; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 10. 71 IAC 8.5-1-5 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8.5-1-5 Furosemide as a permitted foreign substance

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 5. Furosemide may be administered intravenously to a horse, which is entered to compete in a race. Except under the instructions of the official veterinarian or the racing veterinarian for the purpose of removing a horse from the veterinarian's list or to facilitate the collection of a post-race urine sample, furosemide shall be permitted only after the official veterinarian has placed the horse on the furosemide list. In order for a horse to be placed on the furosemide list, the following process must be followed:
(1) After the horse's licensed trainer and practicing veterinarian determine that it would be in the horse's best interests to race with furosemide, they shall notify the official veterinarian or his/her designee, using the prescribed form, that they wish the horse to be put on the furosemide list.
(2) The form must be received by the official veterinarian or his/her designee by the proper time deadlines so as to ensure public notification.
(3) A horse placed on the official furosemide list must remain on that list unless the licensed trainer and practicing veterinarian submit a written request to remove the horse from the list. The request must be made to the official veterinarian or his/her designee, on the proper form, no later than the time of entry.
(4) After a horse has been removed from the furosemide list, the horse may not be placed back on the list for a period of sixty (60) calendar days unless it is determined to be detrimental to the welfare of the horse, in consultation with the official veterinarian. If a horse is removed from the official furosemide list a second time in a three hundred sixty-five (365) day period, the horse may not be placed back on the list for a period of ninety (90) calendar days.
(5) Furosemide shall only be administered on association grounds.
(6) Upon the request of the regulatory agency designee, the veterinarian administering the authorized bleeder medication shall surrender the syringe used to administer such medication, which may then be submitted for testing.
(7) Time of treatment. Horses qualified for medication and so indicated on the official bleeder list must be treated at least four (4) hours prior to post time.
(8) Medication administration. Bleeder medication shall be administered by a veterinarian licensed by the commission at an intravenous dose level not to exceed five hundred (500) milligrams and no less than one hundred fifty (150) milligrams. The executive director or stewards may designate certain official veterinarians, racing veterinarians, and/or practicing veterinarians to administer furosemide under this rule. Such designation may be determined daily, weekly, or for any other appropriate time period. Administration of furosemide shall take place in the test barn or a specific location otherwise designated by the commission. An association employee shall be present and observe the drawing of furosemide into a syringe. The administering veterinarian shall provide a factory sealed bottle of furosemide from which the draws shall be made. The association shall establish track rules for furosemide administrations that are consistent with these regulations.
(9) Out-of-state horses. A bleeder horse shipped into the state from another jurisdiction may be automatically eligible to receive furosemide provided that the jurisdiction from which it was shipped qualified it as a bleeder using criteria satisfactory to this state. The Daily Racing Form, Equibase, the breed registry foal certificate, or bleeder certificate may be utilized in determining a horse's eligibility to receive furosemide.
(10) The test level of furosemide under this rule shall not be in excess of one hundred (100) nanograms per milliliter of serum or plasma and shall not be below a urine specific gravity of one and ten one-thousandths (1.010). If an insufficient volume of urine is obtained, a positive test shall be based upon quantitative testing performed on blood serum or plasma only. Split sample testing shall be quantitative and be performed on blood serum or plasma only.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8.5-1-5; emergency rule filed Jun 15, 1995, 5:00 p.m.: 18 IR 2880, eff Jul 1, 1995; emergency rule filed Aug 9, 1995, 10:30 a.m.: 18 IR 3413; emergency rule filed May 20, 1996, 10:00 a.m.: 19 IR 2893; emergency rule filed Feb 13, 1998, 10:00 a.m.: 21 IR 2420; errata filed Oct 15, 1998, 12:39 p.m.: 22 IR 759; emergency rule filed Jun 8, 1999, 9:30 a.m.: 22 IR 3123, eff May 26, 1999 [NOTE: IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the secretary of state. LSA Document #99-107(E) was filed with the secretary of state June 8, 1999.]; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Mar 10, 2006, 11:00 a.m.: 29 IR 2223; errata filed Apr 10, 2006, 2:00 p.m.: 29 IR 2546; emergency rule filed Jul 28, 2006, 11:17 a.m.: 20060809-IR-071060278ERA, eff Aug 1, 2006; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Mar 3, 2011, 11:50 a.m.: 20110309-IR-071110100ERA; emergency rule filed Jan 25, 2012, 12:20 p.m.: 20120201-IR-071120056ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 11. 71 IAC 8.5-3-1 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8.5-3-1 Collection procedures

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 1. (a) All collection procedures shall be done in accordance with chain of custody guidelines.

(b) Before sending a an equine sample from a horse to a the primary testing laboratory, the official veterinarian or a designated commission employee shall divide the specimen into two (2) parts provided a sufficient amount is collected.

(c) The official veterinarian or a designated commission employee shall attempt to collect a minimum of fifty (50) milliliters of urine. The primary testing laboratory shall receive a minimum of fifty (50) milliliters of urine. The official veterinarian, a licensed veterinarian authorized by the commission, or a veterinary technician under the direct supervision of a commission authorized veterinarian shall collect a minimum of thirty (30) milliliters of blood, which shall be divided into two (2) portions, one (1) of which shall be forwarded to the primary laboratory. A urine specimen shall not be split if less than fifty (50) milliliters is collected from horses. the horse. In such instances, the commission is entitled to submit the entire urine specimen for testing or detain the horse an adequate amount of time until it can be obtained. If an insufficient volume of urine is obtained, the trainer and owner are not entitled to a split sample.

(d) The official veterinarian, a licensed veterinarian authorized by the commission, or a veterinary technician under the direct supervision of a commission authorized veterinarian shall collect a minimum of thirty (30) milliliters of blood, which shall be divided into two (2) portions, one (1) of which shall be forwarded to the primary laboratory.

(d) (e) If the split sample testing laboratory determines that there is insufficient sample volume to make a specific identification of the sample contents, or if an act of God, power failure, accident, labor strike, or any other event beyond the control of the commission or its representatives prevents the split sample from being tested, then the results of tests performed by the primary laboratory shall be considered prima facie evidence of the condition of the horse.

(e) (f) The official veterinarian or his/her designee shall retain the part of the urine and/or blood specimen that is not sent to the primary laboratory.

(f) (g) If the retained part of a specimen is sent for testing, the official veterinarian or designated commission employee shall arrange for the transportation of the specimen in a manner that ensures the integrity of the sample.

(g) (h) Blood samples shall be centrifuged. and stored frozen.

(h) (i) The provisions of subsections (b), and (c), and (d) do not apply to 71 IAC 8.5-2-5.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8.5-3-1; emergency rule filed Jun 15, 1995, 5:00 p.m.: 18 IR 2883, eff Jul 1, 1995; emergency rule filed Aug 23, 2001, 9:58 a.m.: 25 IR 121; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Feb 21, 2003, 4:15 p.m.: 26 IR 2386; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Jul 23, 2007, 9:16 a.m.: 20070808-IR-071070461ERA, eff Jul 18, 2007 [IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the Publisher. LSA Document #07-461(E) was filed with the Publisher July 23, 2007.]; emergency rule filed Mar 3, 2011, 11:50 a.m.: 20110309-IR-071110100ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 12. 71 IAC 8.5-3-2 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8.5-3-2 Storage and shipment of split samples

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 2. (a) The official veterinarian or his/her designee shall store the retained part of a specimen in secure, limited access frozen storage at a site approved by the commission for the period required by this section.

(b) If the results of the initial test on a specimen are negative, the official veterinarian, or his/her designee, or primary laboratory may discard the retained part of the specimen upon receipt of the negative result. If the result of the initial test on a specimen is positive, the official veterinarian, or his/her designee, or primary laboratory may discard the retained part of the specimen after the expiration of the period during which an owner or trainer may request the retained part be sent for split testing.

(c) The identity of the drug or drug metabolites shall be revealed to the split sample laboratory. Communication between the primary and split sample laboratory is limited to the exchange of the analytical method and the threshold level used to confirm the drug's identity.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8.5-3-2; emergency rule filed Jun 15, 1995, 5:00 p.m.: 18 IR 2883, eff Jul 1, 1995; emergency rule filed Aug 23, 2001, 9:58 a.m.: 25 IR 121; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Mar 3, 2011, 11:50 a.m.: 20110309-IR-071110100ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 13. 71 IAC 8.5-3-3 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8.5-3-3 Administrative procedures prior to split sample testing

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 3. (a) The results of all tests performed by the primary laboratory or laboratories are confidential and shall only be communicated to the commission, commission staff, stewards, owner, and trainer. Notice of a positive test result may be communicated verbally to the trainer. The trainer shall be responsible for promptly notifying the owner of a horse of a positive test as reported by the primary laboratory.

(b) The trainer or owner of a horse for which a positive result on a drug test is returned may request that the stewards submit the retained part of the specimen for testing in accordance with this section. The specimen must be tested by a laboratory that is identified on the list of approved laboratories maintained by the commission and acceptable to the following:
(1) The commission.
(2) The primary laboratory.
Laboratories providing split sample testing shall be ISO 17025 accredited unless otherwise approved by the commission. The request must be in writing, include the laboratory selection, and must be delivered to the stewards not later than seventy-two (72) ninety-six (96) hours after the trainer has received notice of a positive test result. Notice of a positive test result may be communicated verbally to the trainer. Failure to request testing of a split sample and provide all necessary information within seventy-two (72) ninety-six (96) hours shall constitute a waiver of the right. The split sample laboratory shall be contacted by a representative of the commission to request acceptance of a split sample. The trainer or owner may choose any laboratory on the commission maintained applicable list to test the sample. However, the commission or executive director may limit the choice of laboratory for the detection of specific drugs.

(c) The trainer or owner may elect to waive his or her right to testing of a split sample.

(d) The owner or trainer of a horse who submits a specimen for drug testing is entitled to be present or have a representative present at any time that the retained part of the specimen is prepared for storage or is tested.

(e) The split sample laboratory may require the owner or trainer of a horse who submits a specimen for testing to a split sample laboratory must execute a hold harmless agreement for the split sample laboratory and an agreement that the results of the split sample laboratory can be introduced as evidence in any hearing. The agreements shall remain in the hands of the stewards of the state in which the positive was reported.

(f) The trainer or owner may request that negative control samples be tested with the split sample. The identities of the negative control samples and the split sample shall be known only to the commission.

(g) The presence of a drug or drug metabolite in any quantity, excluding phenylbutazone, flunixin, ketoprofen, furosemide, or as permitted in 71 IAC 8.5-1-4.2 and 71 IAC 8.5-1-9, is sufficient for a finding of a positive test.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8.5-3-3; emergency rule filed Jun 15, 1995, 5:00 p.m.: 18 IR 2883, eff Jul 1, 1995; emergency rule filed Mar 25, 1997, 10:00 a.m.: 20 IR 2157; emergency rule filed Jun 22, 1998, 5:08 p.m.: 21 IR 4232; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Jul 28, 2006, 11:17 a.m.: 20060809-IR-071060278ERA, eff Aug 1, 2006; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Jul 23, 2007, 9:16 a.m.: 20070808-IR-071070461ERA, eff Jul 18, 2007 [IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the Publisher. LSA Document #07-461(E) was filed with the Publisher July 23, 2007.]; errata filed Aug 14, 2007, 1:28 p.m.: 20070829-IR-071070461ACA; emergency rule filed Mar 23, 2010, 1:27 p.m.: 20100331-IR-071100170ERA; emergency rule filed Jan 25, 2012, 12:20 p.m.: 20120201-IR-071120056ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 14. 71 IAC 8.5-3-4 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8.5-3-4 Administrative procedures subsequent to split sample testing

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 4. (a) The split sample laboratory shall send a confidential written report on the result of its tests to the commission staff which in turn shall send a confidential report to the trainer and owner forthwith.

(b) No action shall be taken against the trainer or owner if the results of split sample testing are negative.

(c) No hearing shall be held concerning the allegations against the trainer or owner, nor shall purse redistribution take place, until split sample testing has been completed and the results of the primary laboratory have been confirmed.

(d) The owner or trainer shall be notified in writing of the:
(1) results of the primary and split sample laboratories in the case of confirmed positives; and
(2) time and place of any administrative hearings resulting from the findings.

(e) If a positive test arises in a trial race, the horse is eligible for entry during the period the split sample is tested and reported to the commission. If the report confirms a positive test, the horse is disqualified from both the trial and the race for which the trial was conducted.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8.5-3-4; emergency rule filed Jun 15, 1995, 5:00 p.m.: 18 IR 2884, eff Jul 1, 1995; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Mar 3, 2011, 11:50 a.m.: 20110309-IR-071110100ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 15. 71 IAC 8.5-3-5 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 8.5-3-5 Cost of split sample testing

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-12


Sec. 5. (a) In order for a split sample laboratory to be identified on the list of approved laboratories, it must establish reasonable fees for split sample testing based on their actual cost of testing. Fees for split sample testing shall include the cost of testing negative control samples if requested by the owner or trainer.

(b) The trainer or owner requesting split sample testing and negative control samples shall pay all costs of transporting and conducting tests on the split sample and negative control samples.

(c) The trainer or owner requesting split sample testing and negative control samples shall make full payment at the time laboratory selection occurs or in accordance with split laboratory requirements.

(d) The commission shall reimburse the trainer or owner for the cost of split sample testing if the results from the split sample laboratory do not confirm the presence of the drug at levels above the thresholds established in 71 IAC 8.5 [this article] et seq.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 8.5-3-5; emergency rule filed Jun 15, 1995, 5:00 p.m.: 18 IR 2884, eff Jul 1, 1995; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 16. 71 IAC 12-2-18 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 12-2-18 Allocation of interstate simulcasting revenue to purses

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31-9-2


Sec. 18. (a) Revenue for purses generated from the simulcasting of out-of-state signals into the state shall be divided and applied forty-nine percent (49%) to standardbred purses, forty-nine percent (49%) to thoroughbred purses, and two percent (2%) to quarter horse purses statewide. This division shall apply irrespective of the number of tracks, the breed of the incoming signal, and the number of live race dates conducted for either breed. If more than one (1) track races a specific breed, purses for that breed shall be divided to the purse accounts of the tracks in question proportionally based upon the number of live race dates for that breed. The utilization of all monies transferred between tracks pursuant to this rule shall be in accordance with guidelines approved by the commission.

(b) Until and including December 31, 2012, interstate simulcasting revenue generated for purses from simulcasting of out-of-state signals into the state by an association that races more than one (1) breed of horse shall be allocated to the purse accounts at that association as follows:
(1) Forty-nine percent (49%) to standardbreds.
(2) Forty-nine percent (49%) to thoroughbreds.
(3) Two percent (2%) to quarter horses.

(c) Effective January 1, 2013, Interstate simulcasting revenue generated from for purses from simulcasting of out-of-state signals into the state by an association that races more than one (1) breed of horse shall be allocated to the purse accounts at the association as follows:
(1) Forty-six percent (46%) to standardbreds.
(2) Forty-six percent (46%) to thoroughbreds.
(3) Eight percent (8%) to quarter horses.
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 12-2-18; emergency rule filed Mar 9, 1994, 2:50 p.m.: 17 IR 1630; emergency rule filed Feb 13, 1998, 10:00 a.m.: 21 IR 2423; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Nov 29, 2001, 1:20 p.m.: 25 IR 1190; emergency rule filed Feb 21, 2003, 4:15 p.m.: 26 IR 2388; readopted filed Mar 23, 2007, 11:31 a.m.: 20070404-IR-071070030RFA; emergency rule filed May 16, 2012, 2:15 p.m.: 20120523-IR-071120267ERA; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


SECTION 17. 71 IAC 13.5-3-3 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

71 IAC 13.5-3-3 Out-of-state breeder's awards

Authority: IC 4-31-3-9
Affected: IC 4-31


Sec. 3. An out-of-state breeder's award is the award paid to the breeder of a registered Indiana bred which wins a flat race in another state or Canada. The amount of the award is ten percent (10%) of the winner's share of the purse for any race when entered for a claiming price of greater than or equal to ten thousand dollars ($10,000). This award is applicable only when there is no live thoroughbred race meet in progress in Indiana (except for stake races and for two-year-olds winning out of state prior to the beginning July 1 of the Hoosier Park race meet). Awards will be paid by the commission. Out-of-state breeder's awards shall be limited to a single race award not to exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
(Indiana Horse Racing Commission; 71 IAC 13.5-3-3; emergency rule filed Jun 22, 2000, 3:05 p.m.: 23 IR 2787; readopted filed Oct 30, 2001, 11:50 a.m.: 25 IR 899; emergency rule filed Jan 28, 2003, 2:20 p.m.: 26 IR 1952; emergency rule filed Jan 21, 2004, 2:30 p.m.: 27 IR 1922; emergency rule filed May 10, 2005, 3:20 p.m.: 28 IR 2751; emergency rule filed Jun 10, 2009, 12:45 p.m.: 20090617-IR-071090464ERA, eff May 29, 2009 [IC 4-22-2-37.1 establishes the effectiveness of an emergency rule upon filing with the Publisher. LSA Document #09-464(E) was filed with the Publisher June 10, 2009.]; emergency rule filed Apr 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA)


LSA Document #13-135(E)
Filed with Publisher: April 5, 2013, 3:50 p.m.

Posted: 04/10/2013 by Legislative Services Agency

DIN: 20130410-IR-071130135ERA
Composed: Sep 15,2014 11:29:06PM EDT
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