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Leising: Drainage task force bill passes Senate

STATEHOUSE (Jan. 20, 2022) — A bill authored by State Sen. Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg) that would establish a drainage task force passed the Senate today by a vote of 45-2. more »

Leising: Bill establishing suicide and drug overdose report passes Senate

STATEHOUSE (Jan. 20, 2022) – A bill authored by State Sen. Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg) that would address suicide and drug overdose death reporting passed the Senate today by a vote of 46-1. more »

2022 Legislative Priorities

The 2022 legislative session is now in full swing, and my colleagues and I are working hard to pass legislation that will continue improving our state. more »

Statement from Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray

Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville) made the following statement today regarding Senate Bill 167: more »

Drainage, seed and veterinary bills pass committee

STATEHOUSE (Jan. 12, 2022) — Three bills authored by State Sen. Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg) passed the Senate Committee on Agriculture and the Senate Committee on Natural Resources on Monday, Jan. 10. more »

Statement from State Sen. Scott Baldwin

I unequivocally condemn Nazism, fascism and Marxism. more »

Senate Republicans announce 2022 legislative priorities

Senate Republicans announce 2022 legislative priorities more »

Veterans are receiving increased funds through SEA 316

In the 2021 session, I championed Senate Enrolled Act 316, which has allowed more military families to receive grants through the Military Family Relief Fund (MFRF) by expanding the number of veterans who are eligible for the Fund. more »

Statement from State Sen. Aaron Freeman

State Sen. Aaron Freeman (R-Indianapolis) made the following statement today regarding Senate Bill 124 more »

Baldwin files bill to increase curriculum transparency, empower parents

State Sen. Scott Baldwin (R-Noblesville) recently filed Senate Bill 167, which would allow parents to play a more active role in their child's education and remove divisive concepts from Hoosier classrooms. more »