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Legislative Update, February 15, 2020: Rep. Matt Pierce, Rep. Peggy Mayfield, Sen. Mark Stoops, Rep. Jeff Ellington

Special Legislative Update; Saturday, July 30, 2022

 

A special session of the Indiana General Assembly is scheduled for July 25, 2022. A legislative update is scheduled by the League for July 30. See information below about this session and a link to register. Additional information on preparation of questions is at the bottom of this page.


The public is invited to a special legislative update on Saturday, July 30, from 9:30-11 a.m. on Zoom. The event is co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Bloomington-Monroe County, the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, the League of Women Voters of Brown County, and the Brown County Chamber of Commerce.


State legislators who represent any part of Monroe County have been invited to discuss the work of the Indiana General Assembly's special session, scheduled to convene on July 25. They will also take questions from attendees. Questions should be framed to enable any of the legislators to weigh in.


This is an easy way for constituents to hear from their legislators and convey what is important to them. To sign up for the Zoom meeting, click here. All legislative updates are free and open to the public. 


The work of the Indiana General Assembly can be followed on its website, http://iga.in.gov/, which provides a wealth of information and offers the possibility to track the progress of individual bills.


Legislative Updates 2022

 

The regular 2022 session of the Indiana General Assembly has ended. Recordings of the three legislative updates for this session are available below. Check back here in early 2023 for registration links to next year's legislative updates.


Questions, anyone?

Because these sessions are virtual, questions are handled a bit differently from our typical in-person sessions. If you want to ask a question of your legislators, alert the Question Moderator via private chat. Questioners will be recognized in the order that they submit requests and will be asked to unmute and turn on video when posing their questions.


If you do have a question, here are the guidelines:

  • You may ask one question. After responses are given, the next person in line will be directed to ask their question. You may ask a second question only after all other questions have been asked.
  • Each question is limited to 1 minute. (You will be timed!)
  • Please formulate your question to elicit information of benefit to all audience members, regardless of their positions on an issue. All legislators will be given the opportunity to answer.
  • Avoid confrontational wording of your question. This is intended to be an informational session, not a debate or an opportunity for public performance. 
  • Please be civil and respectful in both your question and your demeanor.
  • Posing a question constitutes your permission to be recorded by CATS for rebroadcast.