If the governor receives legislation 10 days before sine die, he/she has 10 days to sign or veto it.
If the governor receives the bill within 10 days of sine die, then the governor has 45 days after sine die.
The governor must sign or veto legislation within 10 days of transmittal (excluding Sunday), or it becomes law without his/her signature.
Legislation transmitted to the governor within the last 10 days of the session must be acted upon within 30 days after the last day of the session, or it becomes law without being signed.
Legislation transmitted to the governor after session adjournment must be acted upon within 20 days after transmittal (excluding Sunday), or the legislation becomes law without being signed.
The governor must sign or veto legislation within 6 days of transmittal (excluding Sunday), or it becomes law without his/her signature.Council-passed measures become law if Congress does not adopt a joint resolution of disapproval, which must be signed by the President.Officially-approved bills have the phrase "law #" indicated in the bill history.If both chambers achieve that majority, the bill becomes law.aren’t technically considered dead until the session officially ends in April. If you want to see other explanations, check out how the General Assembly itself and the Indiana Chamber of Commerce spell it out.