A request can be made to have video footage released but the initial decision whether to release video will be made by the law enforcement agency. If a sale is denied, then the person will be required to get a doctor's prescription. The new registry will be established and kept by a Division of State Court Administration and will provide information about those convicted of child abuse. There are some exceptions for certain family members, spouses or siblings. METH LAW In an effort to prevent a key ingredient to make methamphetamine out of the hands of criminals, a new law allows pharmacists to decide whether to sell pseudoephedrine found in most cold and allergy tablets to customers that they do not know. Also, during the first six months of driving for anyone under 21, passengers must be 25 years old or older. The law also limits confidentiality agreements between teachers and school districts. There are exceptions if the car is inoperable, when hazardous materials are involved or accidents that result in injury, entrapment or death. He also stated that if a recording can be used in a criminal case, the prosecutor's office can decide whether to release it. The only exception is that they are allowed to call to report an emergency. If the request to release video is denied, an appeal then can be made to a Judge. A new Indiana law aimed at greater police accountability, will allow people shown in video, or the family of a person who was killed, to view a video recording at least twice but not receive a copy of the video. Finally, he pledged to release recordings once criminal cases have been completed. Drivers found to be in violation of this law, will face the penalties of a Class C infraction. However, this law is currently in limbo, as Federal Court Judge, Tanya Walton Pratt, has issued a preliminary injunction, on grounds that the law will likely be found to be unconstitutional because it violates a woman's right to choose abortion before a fetus is viable and their right to privacy in making such a choice. As mentioned previously, this is a highlight of a few of the laws that I thought you might want to know about, to read about ALL of the new laws, please visit the Indiana General Assembly's website at iga. In response, this new law is designed to make teacher background checks stronger by requiring schools to check welfare records to determine if teacher applicants have any verified cases of child abuse or neglect against them.