Indiana Administrative Code
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Indiana Register - December 1, 2000
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- Title 170 Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission -- #99-257 (PDF)
Adds 170 IAC 1-1.1 to establish rules concerning matters of practice and procedure before the commission. Repeals 170 IAC 1-1.
- Title 207 Coroners Training Board -- #99-210 (PDF)
Adds 207 IAC to establish minimum training requirements for deputy coroners.
- Title 326 Air Pollution Control Board -- #00-42 (PDF)
Amends 326 IAC 2-2-1 concerning definitions for the prevention of significant deterioration rules. Amends 326 IAC 2-7-10.5 concerning modification procedures for Part 70 operating permits.
- Title 326 Air Pollution Control Board -- #99-220 (PDF)
Amends 326 IAC 1-1-3 concerning references to the Code of Federal Regulations.
- Title 345 Indiana State Board of Animal Health -- #00-3 (PDF)
Amends 345 IAC 9 concerning livestock slaughter and meat processing, including facility, sanitation, and product testing requirements. Amends 345 IAC 10 concerning poultry slaughter and processing, including facility, sanitation, and product testing requirements. Makes other changes in the law of meat and poultry slaughter and processing.
- Title 812 Indiana Auctioneer Commission -- #99-212 (PDF)
Amends 812 IAC 1-1-38 to remove the requirement that all auctioneers, auction houses, and auction companies must be listed on all advertisements but require that the principal auctioneer, auction house, and auction company be listed. Amends 812 IAC 1-1-39 to allow the auction sign to be located in one of three conspicuous places and require that all auctioneers, auction houses, and auction companies be listed.
Notice of Withdrawal
- Title 329 Solid Waste Management Board -- #98-96 (PDF)
- Title 327 Water Pollution Control Board -- #99-37 (PDF)
Notice of Rule Adoption
- Title 65 State Lottery Commission -- #00-239 (PDF)
Temporarily adds rules concerning instant game number 489.
- Title 65 State Lottery Commission -- #00-240 (PDF)
Temporarily adds rules concerning instant game number 490.
- Title 65 State Lottery Commission -- #00-241 (PDF)
Temporarily adds rules concerning instant game number 491.
- Title 65 State Lottery Commission -- #00-242 (PDF)
Temporarily adds rules concerning instant game number 492.
- Title 170 Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission -- #00-251 (PDF)
Temporarily adds provisions to clarify which cases and other matters under commission jurisdiction are governed by the new rules of practice and procedure and which are governed by the former rules of practice and procedure.
- Title 312 Natural Resources Commission -- #00-237 (PDF)
Temporarily modifies 312 IAC 8-3 to allow dates for fishing tournaments on reservoirs managed by the Department of Natural Resources to be reserved two years in advance. Opens Salamonie Lake, Huntington Lake, Brookville Lake, Hardy Lake, Patoka Lake, Lieber Lake, and Raccoon Lake to fishing tournaments in June, July, and August 2001. Because Mississinewa Lake has been drawn down for rehabilitation, it is temporarily unavailable for fishing tournaments.
Notice of Intent to Adopt a Rule
- Title 460 Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services -- #00-63 (PDF)
- Title 105 Indiana Department of Transportation -- #00-248 (PDF)
-- Amends 105 IAC 12 regarding definitions of terms and phrases concerning the procurement of supplies and services. Changes the manner in which the department shall give notice. Also adds that the reason for cancellation of any bid shall be made a part of the procurement file and shall be available for public inspection. Adds language regarding the conditions under which a bid may be canceled or rejected, in addition to the requirement that a sealed bid include a statement concerning whether a bid must be accompanied by a certified check or other evidence of financial responsibility. Adds that a purchasing agent can make the determination whether sealed bidding is not practicable or not advantageous to the governmental body, and may therefore award a contract using new procedures provided by this rule. Makes modifications to dollar levels established in the bidding and contracting selection process. Statutory authority: IC 8-23-2-6; IC 9-21-19-2. Questions concerning the proposed rule may be directed to the following number: (317) 232-5324.
- Title 312 Natural Resources Commission -- #00-243 (PDF)
-- Adds 312 IAC 22 to provide standards for the treatment of ancient human remains, burial objects, and artifacts. Repeals 310 IAC 20 that currently governs this subject. Questions or comments should be directed to (317) 233-3322 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org/. Statutory authority: IC 14-21-1-31; IC 14-34-4-10; IC 14-10-2-4.
- Title 312 Natural Resources Commission -- #00-244 (PDF)
-- Amends the provision within 312 IAC 9-10-6 that governs scientific collector licenses by adding scientific collector qualifications and requiring additional information on reports of collection. Amends 312 IAC 9-2-13 to allow scientific collectors to administer drugs and vaccines to animals held under a scientific collector's license. Questions concerning the proposed rule amendments may be directed to the following telephone number: (317) 232-156 or e-mail email@example.com. Statutory authority: IC 14-10-2-4; IC 14-22.
- Title 312 Natural Resources Commission -- #00-253 (PDF)
-- Adds 312 IAC 10 to govern construction activities in flood plains (flood hazard areas) and repeals 310 IAC 6-1 that currently governs these activities. Provides coordination with standards applicable to navigable waterways. Effective January 1, 2001. Questions concerning the proposed rule amendments may be directed to the following telephone number: (317) 233-3322 or e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org/ Statutory authority: IC 14-10-2-4; IC 14-28-1-5; IC 14-28-3-2; IC 14-29-1-8.
- Title 345 Indiana State Board of Animal Health -- #00-245 (PDF)
-- The rule will amend rules governing Tuberculosis control in animals of the bovine, caprine, cervidae, camelid, and bison species including requirements to move animals into Indiana, test animals, requirements for classification of animals and herds, and recognition of area Tuberculosis designations. The rule will make other substantive and technical changes in the law of Tuberculosis control. Comments on the proposed rule may be sent to the Indiana State Board of Animal Health, 805 Beachway Drive, Suite 50, Indianapolis, IN 46224, or by electronic mail to email@example.com. Statutory authority: IC 15-2.1-3-19.
- Title 357 Indiana Pesticide Review Board -- #00-252 (PDF)
-- Amends 357 IAC 1-3 to provide editorial and technical revisions to the rule pertaining to the distribution of restricted use pesticides. Clarifies the intent to include as a dealer those business locations that broker restricted use pesticides sales and distribution. Deletes the requirement to report names of external sales representatives to the state chemist. Questions concerning the proposed rule may be directed to David Scott at (765) 494-1587, or Office of Indiana State Chemist, Purdue University, 1154 Biochemistry, West Lafayette, Indiana, 47907-1154.
- Title 405 Office of the Secretary of Family and Social Services -- #00-249 (PDF)
-- Amends 405 IAC 1-8 governing reimbursement for outpatient hospital services to add a definition for essential hospital services and revise the reimbursement methodology for essential hospital services. Amends 405 IAC 1-10.5 governing reimbursement for inpatient hospital services to add level-of-care reimbursement (per diem) for long term care hospitals enrolled in the Indiana Medicaid program; adds an annual adjustment to DRG relative weights; removes date requirement for adjusting the number of residents in computing facility-specific medical education rates; provides requirements for out-of-state hospitals requesting a medical education rate, and for out-of-state children's hospitals who would like to be considered for a separate base amount. Repeals 405 IAC 1-9 (reimbursement for inpatient psychiatric services), 405 IAC 1-10 (reimbursement for inpatient hospital services), and 405 IAC 1-11 (reimbursement for services performed by physicians, limited license practitioners, and nonphysician practitioners). The repeal of these rules is a technical, nonsubstantive action. Reimbursement for these services remains available under the Medicaid program and is governed by later adopted rules that remain valid. Statutory authority: IC 12-15-21-2; IC 12-15-21-3.
- Title 405 Office of the Secretary of Family and Social Services -- #00-250 (PDF)
-- Amends 405 IAC 5-2-17 to clarify definition of medical necessity. Amends 405 IAC 5-7-1 to clarify policy regarding suspension of incomplete prior authorization requests. Amends 405 IAC 5-8-3 to clarify consultations policy. Amends 405 IAC 5-14 to revise policy and coverage for dental services. Amends 405 IAC 5-19 to revise policy and coverage for orthopedic shoes and corrective features. Amends 405 IAC 5-37-3 to add dentists to the list of practitioners that may provide smoking cessation counseling services. Makes additional technical conforming changes. Statutory authority: IC 12-15-1-10; IC 12-15-21-2.
- Title 410 Indiana State Department of Health -- #00-264 (PDF)
-- The rules will establish minimum sanitary standards for the operation of all wholesale manufacturers, wholesale processors, wholesale repackagers, or wholesale distributors of food. Written comments may be submitted to the Indiana State Department of Health, Attention: Office of Legal Affairs and Policy, 2 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204. Statutory authority: IC 16-42-5-5.
- Title 511 Indiana State Board of Education -- #00-238 (PDF)
-- Amends 511 IAC 5-2-4 to provide testing accommodations to students with limited English proficiency.
- Title 515 Professional Standards Board -- #00-254 (PDF)
-- Amends a rule establishing licensing fees. Questions concerning the proposed rule may be directed to Tom Hansen at (317) 232-9018. Public comments are invited. Statutory authority: IC 20-1-1.4-7; IC 20-6.1-3-6.
- Title 675 Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission -- #00-261 (PDF)
-- Amends the Indiana fire safety standards (675 IAC 13-1) so as to continue to maintain regulations that accurately address current design and construction practice by adopting by reference newer editions of currently adopted National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards (NFPA 13, NFPA 13R, NFPA 14, AND NFPA 20). Public comments on this rule are invited. Statutory authority: IC 22-13-2-2.
- Title 808 State Boxing Commission -- #00-256 (PDF)
-- Require a promoter to pay to the Indiana professional licensing agency five percent of the total gross receipts from the sale of admission tickets to remit to the general fund. Revise the grounds for the waiting period between matches for technical knockouts. Remove the promoter's option to choose officials to officiate any contests. Correct the scoring of incomplete rounds. Establish the requirement of insurance coverage for licensed contestants. Establish drug testing requirements for licensed contestants. Questions or comments concerning the proposed rules may be directed to: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, Attention: Staff Counsel, 302 West Washington Street, Room E034, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2700. Statutory authority: IC 25-9-1-2; IC 25-9-1-6.
- Title 820 State Board of Cosmetology Examiners -- #00-257 (PDF)
-- Change the reciprocity requirements for individuals who apply for a cosmetology, electrologist, or esthetician instructor licenses. Require individuals submitting examination applications to include a photograph. Require applicants to bring photo identification to an examination and to produce the photo for inspection. Eliminate the age requirement for individuals submitting examination applications for manicurists and shampoo operators. Add age requirement for individuals submitting examination applications. Clarify that an unsuccessful applicant may repeat the instructor written examination and change the additional required instruction. Clarify that an unsuccessful applicant may repeat the cosmetology written examination. Eliminate the requirement that an applicant who fails the repeat instructor examination will not be allowed to repeat the examination. Clarify that an unsuccessful applicant may repeat the manicurist written examination. Change the additional educational requirements to the fifth written examination and odd-numbered attempts. Clarify that an unsuccessful applicant may repeat the electrologist written examination. Change the additional required electrologist instruction to repeat the examination. Clarify that an unsuccessful applicant may repeat the shampoo operator written examination. Change the additional required shampoo operation instruction to repeat the examination. Clarify that an unsuccessful applicant may repeat the esthetician written examination. Change the additional required esthetician instruction to repeat the examination. Change the additional education requirement to the fifth written examination and odd-numbered attempts for estheticians. Change the sanitary and equipment requirements for estheticians and esthetics students in cosmetology school. Require 12 pairs of protective gloves on the premises. Change the courses cosmetology schools may offer and to whom the schools may offer the courses. Eliminate the requirement to attend cosmetology school for no more than eight hours a day. Change the number of instruction hours permitted off the school premises. Reduce the time students enrolled in cosmetology school have to complete the required education. Eliminate the requirement that education requirements have to be completed on the premises of an Indiana cosmetology school. Change the minimum number of education hours needed to graduate from cosmetology school. Repeal the definition of completion of esthetics course. Change the completion of a student's application by cosmetology schools. Eliminate the prohibition that a cosmetology or esthetics student is required to attend school after graduation. Change the number of square footage required for cosmetology schools. Change the cosmetology school requirements for classrooms. Require a cosmetology school to have a laboratory area. Require cosmetology schools to use a clock or computer to record the date or day and time a student attends school. Require restrooms in cosmetology schools be located within a 3,000 square foot area. Change the type of equipment a cosmetology school is required to have. Establish the licensure requirements for individuals teaching manicuring in cosmetology schools. Add specific curriculum requirements for cosmetology training. Remove one of the instruction requirements for an estheticians curriculum. Change the required specific curriculum for instructor training. Change the type of practical experience required for students on cosmetology training. Remove the eyebrow and lash tinting practical experience and performance requirements. Increase the minimum number of practical and performance requirement for waxing. Add the electric file/drill to the practical and performance requirements for manicurists. Remove pedicures and nail techniques from the practical and performance requirements for manicurists. Reduce the number of performances for salesmanship for manicurists. Change the practical experience title for salesmanship for manicurists. Repeal the student progress book for instructor training. Questions or comments concerning the proposed rules may be directed to: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, Attention: Staff Counsel, 302 West Washington Street, Room E034, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2700. Statutory authority: IC 25-8-3-22; IC 25-8-3-23; IC 25-8-5-4; IC 25-8-6-4.
- Title 836 Indiana Emergency Medical Services Commission -- #00-246 (PDF)
-- Amends 836 IAC 1, 836 IAC 2, and 836 IAC 4 regarding the certification and training requirements for emergency medical service personnel, providers, and vehicles.
- Title 836 Indiana Emergency Medical Services Commission -- #00-247 (PDF)
-- Amends 836 IAC 3 regarding the certification requirements for air ambulances.
- Title 865 State Board of Registration for Land Surveyors -- #00-258 (PDF)
-- Amends 865 IAC 1-4-6 to reduce an applicant's examination attempts for registration as a land surveyor to three attempts. Questions or comments concerning the proposed rules may be directed to: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, Attention: Staff Counsel, 302 West Washington Street, Room E034, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2700. Statutory authority: IC 25-21.5-2-14.
- Title 872 Indiana Board of Accountancy -- #00-259 (PDF)
-- The Indiana board of accountancy intends to change the educational requirements for certified public accountants by changing the accreditation standards for programs from which applicants must graduate and by revising out-of-date language. Questions or comments concerning the proposed rules may be directed to: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, Attention: Staff Counsel, 302 West Washington Street, Room E034, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2700. Statutory authority: IC 25-2.1-2-15.
- Title 876 Indiana Real Estate Commission -- #00-260 (PDF)
-- Revise and update the definition of selling principal broker. Require a mutual release or court order to authorize a listing and selling principal broker to release earnest monies. Extend requirements that apply to listing principal brokers in closings to selling principal brokers. Add Internet advertising to the advertising requirements. Revise incompetent practice of real estate provisions concerning inducing parties to breach contracts. Require applicants for licensure as a broker or salesperson by reciprocity to pass the Indiana licensure law portion of the examination. Divide the real estate broker and salesperson examination into two section and require that applicants pass both sections. Allow individuals once approved to instruct for continuing education sponsors to teach for other sponsors without further approval. Require photo identification or pocket card for admission to a continuing education course. Change the course subjects allowed satisfying the ten hour continuing education requirement under IC 25-34.1-9-11(2). Eliminate mechanical skills as a course that does not qualify as instructional or contributing to professional competency in the practice of real estate. Require licensees to obtain 16 hours of continuing education to reactivate an inactive license during a two year licensure period. Questions or comments concerning the proposed rules may be directed to: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, Attention: Staff Counsel, 302 West Washington Street, Room E034, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2700. Statutory authority: IC 25-1-8-5; IC 25-34.1-2-5; IC 25-34.1-2-5.1; IC 25-34.1-9-21.
- Title 50 State Board of Tax Commissioners -- #00-108 (PDF)
Adds 50 IAC 2.3 to incorporate a manual and cost tables for the assessment of real property. Repeals 50 IAC 2.2-1-1, 50 IAC 2.2-1-2, 50 IAC 2.2-1-3, 50 IAC 2.2-1-4, 50 IAC 2.2-1-5, 50 IAC 2.2-1-6, 50 IAC 2.2-1-7, 50 IAC 2.2-1-8, 50 IAC 2.2-1-9, 50 IAC 2.2-1-10, 50 IAC 2.2-1-11, 50 IAC 2.2-1-12, 50 IAC 2.2-1-13, 50 IAC 2.2-1-14, 50 IAC 2.2-1-15, 50 IAC 2.2-1-16, 50 IAC 2.2-1-17, 50 IAC 2.2-1-18, 50 IAC 2.2-1-19, 50 IAC 2.2-1-20, 50 IAC 2.2-1-21, 50 IAC 2.2-1-22, 50 IAC 2.2-1-23, 50 IAC 2.2-1-24, 50 IAC 2.2-1-25.1, 50 IAC 2.2-1-26, 50 IAC 2.2-1-27, 50 IAC 2.2-1-28, 50 IAC 2.2-1-29, 50 IAC 2.2-1-30, 50 IAC 2.2-1-31, 50 IAC 2.2-1-32, 50 IAC 2.2-1-33, 50 IAC 2.2-1-34, 50 IAC 2.2-1-35, 50 IAC 2.2-1-36, 50 IAC 2.2-1-37, 50 IAC 2.2-1-38, 50 IAC 2.2-1-39, 50 IAC 2.2-1-40, 50 IAC 2.2-1-41, 50 IAC 2.2-1-42, 50 IAC 2.2-1-43, 50 IAC 2.2-1-44, 50 IAC 2.2-1-45, 50 IAC 2.2-1-46, 50 IAC 2.2-1-47, 50 IAC 2.2-1-48, 50 IAC 2.2-1-49, 50 IAC 2.2-1-50, 50 IAC 2.2-1-51, 50 IAC 2.2-1-52, 50 IAC 2.2-1-53, 50 IAC 2.2-1-53.5; 50 IAC 2.2-1-54, 50 IAC 2.2-1-55, 50 IAC 2.2-1-56, 50 IAC 2.2-1-57, 50 IAC 2.2-1-58, 50 IAC 2.2-1-59, 50 IAC 2.2-1-60, 50 IAC 2.2-1-61, 50 IAC 2.2-1-62, 50 IAC 2.2-1-63, 50 IAC 2.2-2, 50 IAC 2.2-3, 50 IAC 2.2-4-1, 50 IAC 2.2-4-5, 50 IAC 2.2-4-6, 50 IAC 2.2-4-7, 50 IAC 2.2-4-8, 50 IAC 2.2-4-9, 50 IAC 2.2-4-10, 50 IAC 2.2-4-11, 50 IAC 2.2-4-12, 50 IAC 2.2-4-13, 50 IAC 2.2-4-14, 50 IAC 2.2-4-15, 50 IAC 2.2-4-16, 50 IAC 2.2-4-17, 50 IAC 2.2-4-18, 50 IAC 2.2-4-19, 50 IAC 2.2-5, 50 IAC 2.2-6, 50 IAC 2.2-7-1, 50 IAC 2.2-7-2, 50 IAC 2.2-7-3, 50 IAC 2.2-7-4, 50 IAC 2.2-7-5, 50 IAC 2.2-7-6, 50 IAC 2.2-7-7.1, 50 IAC 2.2-7-8.1, 50 IAC 2.2-7-9, 50 IAC 2.2-7-10, 50 IAC 2.2-7-11, 50 IAC 2.2-7-12, 50 IAC 2.2-8, 50 IAC 2.2-9, 50 IAC 2.2-10-1, 50 IAC 2.2-10-2, 50 IAC 2.2-10-3, 50 IAC 2.2-10-4, 50 IAC 2.2-10-5, 50 IAC 2.2-10-6.1, 50 IAC 2.2-10-7, 50 IAC 2.2-10-8, 50 IAC 2.2-11-1, 50 IAC 2.2-11-2, 50 IAC 2.2-11-3, 50 IAC 2.2-11-4.1, 50 IAC 2.2-11-5.1, 50 IAC 2.2-11-6, 50 IAC 2.2-11-7, 50 IAC 2.2-12-1, 50 IAC 2.2-12-2, 50 IAC 2.2-12-3, 50 IAC 2.2-12-4, 50 IAC 2.2-12-5, 50 IAC 2.2-12-6.1, 50 IAC 2.2-12-7, 50 IAC 2.2-12-8, 50 IAC 2.2-13, 50 IAC 2.2-14, 50 IAC 2.2-15, 50 IAC 2.2-16-1, 50 IAC 2.2-16-2, 50 IAC 2.2-16-3, 50 IAC 2.2-16-4.1, 50 IAC 2.2-16-5, 50 IAC 2.2-16-6, and 50 IAC 6.1.
- Title 50 State Board of Tax Commissioners -- #00-188 (PDF)
Amends 50 IAC 17 concerning the procedural rules governing property tax assessment appeal hearings where the taxpayer is represented by a tax representative. Adds new provisions requiring the petitioner in an assessment appeal to submit a proposed property record card demonstrating the requested changes in assessment and the specific assessed valuation sought. Also requires a petitioner that seeks a reduction of more than $300,000 in true tax value to either provide a court reporter transcription of the hearing or pay the direct costs associated with the transcription of the state board's tape recording of the hearing. Allows the county property tax assessment board of appeals (PTABOA) to submit a transcription of the county hearing and all documentary evidence provided the PTABOA to serve as a record and means for limiting the review of the state board of tax commissioners. Specifies the provisions of the appeals hearing record that will be kept by the state board of tax commissioners under the authority of IC 6-1.1-30-6.
- Title 170 Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission -- #00-213 (PDF)
Adds 170 IAC 7-1.3 concerning telecommunications customer service rights. Repeals 170 IAC 7-1.1-1, 170 IAC 7-1.1-2, 170 IAC 7-1.1-12, 170 IAC 7-1.1-13, 170 IAC 7-1.1-14, 170 IAC 7-1.1-15, 170 IAC 7-1.1-16, 170 IAC 7-1.1-17, and 170 IAC 7-1.1-18.
- Title 312 Natural Resources Commission -- #00-124 (PDF)
Amends 312 IAC 18-3-14 that governs control and quarantine of gypsy moths to add Allen, Dekalb, Elkhart, LaGrange, Porter, and Noble Counties to the areas quarantined in Indiana.
- Title 329 Solid Waste Management Board -- #00-180 (PDF)
Amends 329 IAC 3.1-1-7, 329 IAC 3.1-6-2, 329 IAC 3.1-9-2, 329 IAC 3.1-10-2, and 329 IAC 3.1-13-2 pertaining to the hazardous waste management program to achieve consistency with federal hazardous waste management regulations by incorporating by reference changes to 40 CFR 260 through 40 CFR 270 that were issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) between May 11, 1999, through June 8, 2000. Amends 329 IAC 3.1-7 to be consistent with Public Law 143-2000, SECTION 3, effective January 1, 2001, that will repeal the provisions of IC 13-22-4 relating to the Indiana Hazardous Waste Manifest and will require hazardous waste generators to use the Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest Form adopted by the U.S. EPA rather than the version of those forms currently provided by IDEM to generators for a fee. Amends 329 IAC 3.1-12-2 to clarify a provision regarding one time notification for wastes that exhibited a characteristic of hazardous waste and are no longer hazardous to be consistent with the federal requirement. Amends 329 IAC 3.1-14-6, 329 IAC 3.1-14-16, 329 IAC 3.1-15-4, and 329 IAC 3.1-15-6 to correct a provision in the financial assurance requirements that made Indiana's rules less stringent than the federal hazardous waste program, as required by 42 U.S.C. 6926. Amends 329 IAC 3.1-16-2 to incorporate by reference the federal universal waste requirements for mercury-containing lamps and to prohibit intentional crushing of lamps in conjunction with recycling.
- Title 345 Indiana State Board of Animal Health -- #00-102 (PDF)
Adds 345 IAC 2-8 to set the parameters for official Johne's disease tests and to restrict the transportation of animals that test positive for Johne's disease.
- Title 365 Creamery Examining Board -- #00-179 (PDF)
Adds 365 IAC 2 concerning rules for testing and sampling at dairy processing plant and receiving stations. Repeals 365 IAC 1-1.1.
- Title 405 Office of the Secretary of Family and Social Services -- #00-208 (PDF)
Amends 405 IAC 2-3-4 to eliminate the requirement to consider the income of a parent in the eligibility determination of an applicant or recipient of Medicaid who is between the ages of 18 and 21 and a student, in accordance with changes made to IC 12-15-4-4.
- Title 405 Office of the Secretary of Family and Social Services -- #00-228 (PDF)
Adds 405 IAC 6 to establish provisions affecting applicants, enrollees, eligibility, and enrollment requirements, benefits, and policy for the Indiana prescription drug program.
- Title 470 Division of Family and Children -- #00-211 (PDF)
Amends 470 IAC 3.1 to comply with changes in the federal regulations (34 CFR 303). The amendments will: (1) revise the definition of 'parent' to include foster parents; (2) revise the due process procedures for violations of federal and state laws, regulations, and rules; and (3) revise the due process hearings for resolving individual child complaints. Makes technical changes. This rule originally established a comprehensive system of early intervention services for eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families.
IC 13-14-9 Notices
- Title 470 Division of Family and Children (PDF)
Other Notices (PDF)
Executive Orders/Proclamations (PDF)
Nonrule Policy Documents (PDF)
- Title 326 Air Pollution Control Board -- #00-137 (PDF)
-- The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is soliciting public comment on new rules that would control emissions of nitrogen oxides from Indiana sources. By this notice, IDEM is soliciting public comment on the draft rule language. IDEM seeks comment on the affected citations listed and any other provisions of Title 326 that may be affected by this rulemaking.
- Title 326 Air Pollution Control Board -- #00-267 (PDF)
-- The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is soliciting public comment on amendments to 326 IAC 2 as required by P.L.112-2000 (HEA 1343). The IDEM will also consider comments regarding any amendments necessary to obtain U.S. EPA's approval of these rules under 40 CFR 70 (Title V operating permit program). IDEM seeks comment on the affected citations listed and any other provisions of Title 326 that may be affected by this rulemaking.
- Title 327 Water Pollution Control Board -- #00-266 (PDF)
-- The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is soliciting public comment on amendments to rules concerning public notification. IDEM seeks comment on the affected citations listed and any other provisions of Title 327 that may be affected by this rulemaking.
- Title 329 Solid Waste Management Board -- #00-255 (PDF)
-- The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) has developed draft rule language for new rules for exclusion of a hazardous waste from regulation under 329 IAC 3.1-5-2 (delisting). The purpose of this notice is to publish the commissioner's tentative recommendation for rulemaking and to seek public comment on the recommendation and the draft rule, including suggestions for specific language to be included in the rule. IDEM seeks comment on the affected citations listed and any other provisions of Title 329 that may be affected by this rulemaking.