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Representative John Bartlett honors Hoosier military veterans

January 9, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – As part of the annual Military Veterans Legislative Day, Indiana House members today joined State Representative John Bartlett (D-Indianapolis) in honoring the latest.

Indiana Military Veterans Legislative Day set for Tuesday (Jan. 9)

January 8, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS- Veterans from across Indiana will be at the Statehouse on Tuesday (January 9) to have the opportunity to speak with lawmakers and other state.

At-risk kids, DCS mess prompt letter from House Democratic Leader Goodin to governor requesting legislative participation in solutions

January 5, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – Attached below is a letter sent Thursday (Jan. 4, 2018) from Indiana House Democratic Leader Terry Goodin of Austin to Gov. Eric Holcomb.

Goodin: House Democratic priorities for 2018 include helping families, investigating DCS, reforming elections

January 3, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana House Democratic Leader Terry Goodin from Austin announced today that the caucus will focus in the 2018 Indiana General Assembly on initiatives.

State Rep. Lawson to retire from Indiana House of Representatives

January 3, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – State Rep. Linda Lawson (D-Hammond) today formally announced her retirement from the Indiana House of Representatives, where she has served since 1998. Lawson will.

Goodin: Legislators need to have input on solutions to DCS problems

December 28, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana House Democratic Leader Terry Goodin from Austin today issued the following statement after Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that he has asked for.

Goodin: DCS director resignation raises “disturbing” questions; “full investigations” demanded

December 18, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana House Democratic Leader Terry Goodin from Austin today issued the following statement in reaction to the resignation of Mary Beth Bonaventura as director.

Scholarships to be awarded to non-traditional female students across Indiana

December 4, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS – Scholarships of $750 each will be available to 20 non-traditional women students from across Indiana, thanks to the Indiana POWER (Political Organization for.