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STATEHOUSE (Dec. 9, 2022) — State Sen. Ron Alting (R-Lafayette) was recognized by the Indiana Friends Committee on Legislation (IFCL) in the Senate Chamber Wednesday for his "legislative efforts that are conscientious, courteous, compassionate and collaborative with all Hoosiers."
Specifically, Alting was selected for his work with West Lafayette High School students on a climate bill from the 2022 legislative session and his consistent support of education and environmental issues.
"I've tried to live my life based on the traits for which I was given this recognition," Alting said. "The credit goes to my parents and my faith which has instilled these ethics on me since I was a child. I am humbled to receive this recognition from the IFCL."
Alting has served in the Indiana Senate since 1998 and is currently the most senior member of the chamber.
The IFCL is a non-partisan lobbying group founded in 1972 that advocates for Quaker beliefs to members of the Indiana General Assembly.
State Sen. Ron Alting (R-Lafayette) represents Senate District 22, which includes
Carroll County and portions of Tippecanoe County.
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