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.

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January 25, 2017

2017 Indiana State Legislator Contact Info

In the Media

March 17, 2006

As midnight fast approached on March 14, 2006, the legislature adjourned “sine die”, marking the end of the 2006 session ofthe Indiana General Assembly. Although this was a short (non-budget) session, an abundance of substantive issues were in play from beginning to end, making this one of the more action-packed short sessions in recent history. 

March 6, 2006

The worst piece of anti-consumer legislation in years was passed by the Indiana General Assembly on February 28, 2006. House Bill 1279 was pushed mainly by AT&T. Within a few years, mega-monopoly phone companies in Indiana like Verizon, AT&T and Sprint will be able to set their local phone rates. Moreover, there will be no state authority to control quality of service. Within a few years, consumers will have no place to go if they have a problem with traditional, local phone service.

March 6, 2006

Most legislators went to sleep when it came to protecting consumer interests with respect to HB 1279 (which passed) and SB 245 (a companion bill), the worst anti-consumer legislation in years. However, there are those who well deserve the Consumer Zero moniker.

Indiana Senate

Senators Brandt Hershman (R-Monticello/Wheatfield) and Tom Wyss (R- Ft. Wayne)

March 6, 2006

Indiana Senate

Senators David Ford (R-Hartford City) and Tim Lanane (D-Anderson)

February 7, 2006

Consumer groups criticize House, Senate passage of controversial telecom measure

Hoosiers for Affordable Telephone Service (HATS)


For Immediate Release
February 6, 2006

Contact: Grant Smith at 317-205-3535
June Lyle at 317-423-7104
Jerry Polk at 317-636-5165