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Legislative Updates from Indiana

Legislative Updates from Indiana
June 10, 2022 by Lesa F. Dietrick, Principal | Thomas A. John, Partner | Lawren K. Mills, Partner | Kipper V. Tew, Partner | J. Sebastian Smelko, Partner | John R. Gregg, Partner | John B. Gregg, Associate | Lacey M. Berkshire, Associate | Sara Tait, Partner
Ice Miller Public Affairs Group team members are actively engaged in the Indiana General Assembly and with legislators on behalf of clients. We recently learned that Governor Holcomb and legislative leaders have agreed in principle to a special session to take place sometime before the end of June. The agenda will be to combat inflation by returning monies from state reserves to citizens. No word so far on whether other topics could be included in the special session. Statements from Governor Holcomb and legislative leaders can be found here
Also, legislators will be meeting for Interim Study Committees throughout the summer and fall. A variety of topics will be discussed to prepare for the 2023 legislative session. A full list can be found in the resolution

Our team will continue to monitor and share more information on the special session and committees as they become available. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact a member of the Public Affairs Group.

Mark Your Calendars

  • June 18 - The Republicans and Democrats meet in Indianapolis for their respective 2022 state convention NOTE: both parties will select their candidates for Auditor, Treasurer, and Secretary of State 
  • November 1 - Interim study committee reports are due to the Legislative Council 
  • November 8 - 2022 General Election 
  • November 22 - Organization Day for the 2023 Long Session 
  • January 2023 - TBA - likely the first week of January; legislators to return to the Statehouse for the long session 
  • April 30, 2023 - Last day 2023 long session may sine die 

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader's specific circumstances.

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