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Protecting Victims of Human Trafficking

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

With human trafficking incidents reported in almost all 92 counties, the General Assembly has recently passed a bill that aims to decrease the number of human trafficking cases by increasing penalties for the criminals involved. Senate Enrolled Act 155 makes needed updates to Indiana's human trafficking laws to support justice for victims. more »

Ensuring Eligible Hoosiers Receive the Automatic Taxpayer Refund

Friday, April 8, 2022

Indiana is one of only six states with an automatic taxpayer refund law, and our state's strong fiscal and economic recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic allowed us to end Fiscal Year 2021 with enough money in state reserves to provide a taxpayer refund in 2022. Senate Enrolled Act 1 adjusts this law to ensure that every Hoosier who should qualify for a refund will get one. more »

Protecting Election Integrity

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Democracy does not work without a safe, secure election process, and this year, the General Assembly passed House Enrolled Act 1116 to preserve the integrity of our elections. more »

March is Disability Awareness Month

Thursday, March 24, 2022

In February 1987, President Ronald Reagan officially declared March as National Disabilities Awareness Month. The proclamation called for people to provide understanding, encouragement and opportunities that help individuals with disabilities lead productive and fulfilling lives. more »

Cutting Taxes for Hoosiers

Thursday, March 17, 2022

Indiana is in a very fortunate economic position thanks to years of fiscally conservative leadership. With state revenues continuing to outpace expectations, the General Assembly recently passed tax cuts for Hoosiers. more »