The Indiana General Assembly has adjoined Sine Die (without day in Latin - meaning nothing further is scheduled) for this session.
A number of things were not not addressed as fully as many would have liked, since many legislators did not want to alienate anyone at this time, as it is an election year.
All indications are that motorcyclists did alright this session as out of state OHV riders will now have more opportunities at Indiana DNR properties and motorcyclists will no longer need to renew their endorsement once they have it on their license.
HB1087, the BMV omnibus cleanup bill ballooned to 487 pages at one time. The conference committee report ended up being 372 pages. Sometimes things get added or removed by the conference committee that don't really become known until after the session has concluded. We will review HB1087 and the rest of the activity from this session and provide a final report soon on how motorcyclists may be affected.
Thanks to everyone that attended ABATE Day at the Statehouse, ABATE Kids' Day at the Statehouse, a third house meeting or participated in the legislative process in any manner.