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Pelath says tax increases a paltry highlight of first half of 2016 session

Pelath says tax increases a paltry highlight of first half of 2016 session
For immediate release: Feb. 4, 2016   INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath from Michigan City today issued the following statement as the 2016 session of the Indiana General Assembly reached its halfway point: “So, what have lawmakers done for the people of Indiana in 2016? “Well, House Republicans voted to raise taxes, while sitting on a pile of money they already collected from the people. “Let that one sink in for a moment. “People were Read More...

Errington speaks in favor of legislation to reduce meth labs in Indiana

Errington speaks in favor of legislation to reduce meth labs in Indiana
For immediate release: Feb. 3, 2016   INDIANAPOLIS — State Rep. Sue Errington (D-Muncie) took to the House floor today to speak passionately on behalf of her district, advocating for legislation that would reduce the number of meth labs in Indiana. House Bill 1390, which was approved by the House, would require the Indiana Board of Pharmacy to enact a set of emergency rules that would stem the tide of meth production in the state by allowing pharmacists to distribute Ephedrine and Read More...

Macer continues her avid support of Indiana's military veterans

Macer continues her avid support of Indiana's military veterans
For immediate release: Feb. 2, 2016   INDIANAPOLIS — State Rep. Karlee Macer (D-Speedway) has been a strong advocate for Indiana veterans during past sessions and this year is no exception. Macer is the coauthor of three bipartisan bills that have been approved by House members to support Indiana veterans. House Bill 1183 would allow a parent who is unable to care for his or her child for a period of time to delegate a guardian for their child for up to a year. This Read More...