The Indy Star has an overview of introduced bills entitled Lawmakers propose several unique bills.
HB 1072 – mandating that schools teach about the Holocaust. (Mike Sylvester has an entry listing bills that seek to add new mandates to the school curriculum. In addition to HB 1072, there is HB 1047 – instruction of personal financial literacy and SB 45 – requiring instruction of human fetal development.)
The Star story also mentions, regulation of bungee jumping, criminalizing air guns on school property, exemption of background check fees for religious organizations, no death penalty without a jury recommendation, tax deduction for firefighters, criminalization of disorderly conduct near a funeral, regulation of interior designers, expansion of jury pool lists, lifetime hunting and trapping licenses, sentencing restrictions on the mentally ill, military family relief fund, increased fees for pesticide licenses and registration, surcharge on state parks, restrictions on spotlighting wild animals, and permitting in-state shipment of wine for personal use.
About 500 bills have apparently been introduced so far. A typical short session has fewer than 1,000 bills. The real question, of course, is seeing which bills actually get a committee hearing.