Indiana General Assembly

Current Campaigns

CAC is at the Indiana State House watching bills on energy, environment, good governance, human services, natural resources, and utilities.

Contact your State Senator and Representative today!

See what bills we are following here.

See how your state legislators voted on the issues.

Gov. Pence signed SB412, enshrining bogus energy efficiency programs that do more harm than good into Indiana state law.

SB340 will raise your electric rates and kill thousands of Hoosier jobs to pad the pockets of monopoly utilities.

Related Documents

March 27, 2017

CAC SB309 Legal Analysis Memo

January 25, 2017

2017 Indiana State Legislator Contact Info

In the Media

February 22, 2008

Thursday, February 21, 2008 was the last day for bills to receive hearings in House and Senate committees in the 2008 session of the Indiana General Assembly. Wednesday, February 27, 2008 is the deadline for bills that received hearings and passed out of committees to be passed on third reading in the House and Senate to remain alive. Here is an update on bills of key interest to CAC:


February 18, 2008

Only one week remains for bills to pass out of committee in the second half of the session to remain alive in the final weeks of the 2008 Indiana General Assembly. Much attention in the coming week will be focused on property tax reform, as HB 1001, the main vehicle bill, will be heard in the Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee on Tuesday, February 19, 2008. What follows is a brief update on priority bills in which CAC remains actively involved:


February 4, 2008

This week marked the deadline for bills to pass third reading in their respective houses of origin to remain alive. The Senate adjourned on the evening of January 29th, and the House adjourned on the evening of January 30th.

January 30, 2008

While property tax reform issues take center stage in the 2008 session of the Indiana General Assembly, CAC’s efforts continue to focus on development of a sustainable energy policy that promotes the economic, public and environmental health of Indiana while protecting the pocketbooks of ratepayers and taxpayers.

January 30, 2008


Historic Renewable Energy Bill Voted Down, Ignoring Extraordinary Benefits to the State

Today, the Indiana House Utilities committee took a historic vote on House Bill 1102, a bill that would require electric utilities to obtain 10% of its power from renewable resources by 2018.