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Are Indiana "not-for-profit" hospitals hoarding money?

In 2019, a study from the RAND Corporation confirmed what many Hoosiers already knew too well – health care prices in Indiana are too high. This study found we had the highest relative hospital prices among 25 states they studied. A 2020 follow-up report that looked at prices nationwide found Indiana was sixth highest. more »

Zay: Applications available for Indiana Senate Page Program

STATEHOUSE (Dec. 6, 2021) — The Indiana Senate is now accepting applications for the 2022 Senate Page Program, said State Sen. Andy Zay (R-Huntington). more »

Crider: Applications available for Indiana Senate Page Program 2022

STATEHOUSE (Dec. 2, 2021) — The Indiana Senate is now accepting applications for the 2022 Senate Page Program, said State Sen. Michael Crider (R-Greenfield). more »

Spending a lifetime fighting for life

This week, I traveled from Indiana, one of the most pro-life states in our nation, to hear firsthand the Supreme Court arguments in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. Just as importantly, I stood with pro-life groups as diverse as our nation who were rallying outside the Court's Chambers, praying and cheering on life. more »

Statement from Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray

Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville) made the following statement today regarding plans for the General Assembly to reconvene Nov. 29: Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville) made the following statement today regarding plans for the General Assembly to reconvene Nov. 29: more »

Bray, Huston announce plan to reconvene session Nov. 29

Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville) and House Speaker Todd Huston (R-Fishers) today announced plans to reconvene session Nov. 29 to consider legislation that would allow Indiana's current public health state of emergency to expire. more »

State Sen. Ron Grooms to step down from position as State Senator

STATEHOUSE (Oct. 28, 2021) — State Sen. Ron Grooms (R-Jeffersonville) announced today that he is stepping down from his position as State Senator effective Nov. 2, 2021. more »

Preserving our neighborhoods

This week I wrote to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission opposing the construction of a wastewater treatment facility in Franklin Township. Upon looking at the conceptual site plan, I do not believe this project is in the best interest of the families in the nearby neighborhoods. more »

General Assembly approves new congressional, state legislative districts 10.1.21

The Indiana General Assembly today approved the new congressional and state legislative district lines, concluding the General Assembly's constitutional duty of redistricting. Indiana is required by state and federal law to redraw Indiana's Statehouse and congressional maps following the nationwide census every 10 years. more »

Senate Republicans Unveil Proposed Maps

Indiana Senate Republicans today unveiled draft state Senate maps as part of the General Assembly's ongoing redistricting process. Indiana is required by state and federal law to redraw Indiana's legislative and congressional maps following the nationwide census every 10 years. more »