Here are session highlights, beginning with an update on House leadership and Aspire’s 2020 session top priorities.
Studies have shown distracted driving is the leading cause of traffic accidents and fatalities. The penalty for breaking this law would be a ticket and fine up to $500.
The countdown to sine die (the end of session) is officially on.
It is officially halftime for the 2020 legislative session. What does this mean?
Any piece of legislation that hasn’t crossed the desk of its originating Chamber for a second time for potential amendment is considered “dead” for the session.
Priority bills are continuing to make progress in both houses – especially policies related to health care and tobacco.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that Fiat-Chrysler has chosen Indiana for diversification and will invest nearly $400 million in its Kokomo facility.