Ending Indiana's Public Health Emergency

Friday, March 4, 2022

After nearly two years, Gov. Holcomb signed Executive Order 22-09 on March 3 to relieve Indiana of the public health emergency. This order followed the governor's signage of House Enrolled Act 1001. more »

Final Phase of Session Begins

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

As the Senate and House of Representatives finish reviewing and voting on bills, the General Assembly will soon begin the final phase of the legislative process. more »

Saving Indiana Infants

Friday, February 18, 2022

Under current Indiana law, Safe Haven Baby Boxes serve as an option for mothers to safely surrender a child they feel they are unable to care for without fear of arrest and prosecution. The Senate continues to support measures to improve baby boxes and ensure the safety of infants. more »

Fighting Human Trafficking

Thursday, February 10, 2022

Human trafficking continues to be a growing concern across Indiana. With incidents reported in almost all 92 counties, Senate Republicans have presented a bill that would work to decrease the number of human trafficking cases by increasing penalties for criminals involved. more »

2022 Session Halftime Update

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

This week, the Indiana General Assembly reached the halfway point of the 2022 legislative session. The Senate and the House of Representatives have chosen which of their bills will continue through the legislative process. more »