Indiana General Assembly

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

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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

April 4, 2016

The final committee hearings on bills took place on Monday in the House. The balance of the week was dedicated to House and Senate floor action on 2nd and 3rd Readings. The Senate completed work on 3rd readings Tuesday and the House finished 3rd readings Thursday. A number of concurrence and dissent motions also progressed, sending a handful of bills to the Governor.

March 2, 2016

If possible, the Legislature’s pace has quickened even more so than other short sessions in years past with a large amount of committee hearings occurring this week. CAC attended meetings of the Senate Environmental Affairs Committee, the Senate Public Policy Committee and the House Utilities Committee in addition to monitoring legislation moving through the amendment process.

February 19, 2016

With only two more weeks of committee meetings remaining, calendars filled quickly this week while Committee Chairs worked to clear their schedule of bills. CAC attended meetings of the Senate Environmental Affairs Committee and the House Utilities Committee in addition to monitoring legislation moving through the amendment process on floors of the House and Senate.

February 19, 2016

With the start of the second half of the legislative session, the Senate started its deliberations on bills that were introduced and passed in the House and conversely, the House started consideration of Senate bills. It was a quiet week with few committee meetings and very little legislative action, which is a normal sequence of evens for the week after a Third Reading deadline.  

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