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HB 1280, HB 1090 & HB 1117 Await Hearings in Senate–REVISED February 2, 2008

Posted by Laura Arnold in Uncategorized.
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The 2008 session of the Indiana General Assembly passed the mid-point last week. State legislation introduced in the Indiana House that passed third reading now moves to the Indiana Senate. House bills must now receive a Senate committee hearing within the next three weeks and third reading by the end of February. The pace of the session will increase as state lawmakers approach their March 14th deadline for adjournment.

HB 1117 addresses coal gasification and substitute natural gas as well as creating a 10% state income tax credits for wind and anaerobic digesters. The Senate sponsors are Sen. Brendt Hershamn (R-Monticello) and Sen. Richard Young (D-Milltown). HB 1117 has been assigned to the Senate Utilities & Regulatory Affairs Committee.

HB 1090 requires the state of Indiana to become a member of and participate in the climate registry concerning greenhouse gas emissions reporting and reduction. The Senate Sponsor is Sen. Beverly Gard (R-Greenfield) and this bill has also been assigned to the Senate Utilities & Regulatory Affairs Committee.

Please convey your support for HB 1117 and HB 1090 to the members of the Senate Utilities & Regulatory Affairs Committee listed below:

  • Sen. Brandt Hershman (R-Monticello), CHAIRMAN
    s7@in.gov
    Counties: Carroll, Clinton, Howard, Jasper, Tippecanoe, White
  • Sen. Ryan Douglas Mishler (R-Bremen), RANKING MEMBER
    s9@in.gov
    Counties: Elkhart, Kosciusko, Marshall, St. Joseph
  • Sen. Edward E. Charbonneau (R-Valporaiso)
    s5@in.gov
    Counties: Jasper, LaPorte, Marshall, Porter, Pulaski, St. Joseph, Starke
  • Sen. Beverly J. Gard (R-Greenfield)
    s28@in.gov
    Counties: Hamilton, Hancock, Henry
  • Sen. Dennis K. Kruse (R-Auburn)
    s14@in.gov
    Counties: Allen, DeKalb, Steuben
  • Sen. Sue Landske (R-Cedar Lake)
    s6@in.gov
    Counties: Benton, Lake, Newton, Porter
  • Sen. James W. Merritt, Jr. (R-Indianapolis)
    s31@in.gov
    Counties: Marion
  • Sen. Sue Errington (D-Muncie), RANKING MINORITY MEMBER
    s26@in.gov
    Counties: Delaware, Madison
  • Sen. Jean D. Breaux (D-Indianapolis)
    s34@in.gov
    Counties: Marion
  • Sen. Earline S. Rogers (D-Gary)
    s3@in.gov
    Counties: Lake
  • Sen. Karen Tallian (D-Portage)
    s4@in.gov
    Counties: Lake, Porter

HB 1280 addressing energy efficient buildings is sponsored by Sen. Brendt Hershman (R-Monticello), Sen. Vi Simpson (D-Bloomington) and Sen. Jean Breaux (D-Indianapolis). HB 1280 has been assigned to the Senate Energy and Environmental Affairs Committee.

  • Sen. Beverly J. Gard (R-Greenfield), CHAIRMAN
    s28@in.gov
    Counties: Hamilton, Hancock, Henry
  • Sen. Marvin D. Riegsecker (R-Goshen), RANKING MEMBER
    s12@in.gov
    Counties: Elkhart
  • Sen. Richard Bray (R-Martinsville)
    s37@in.gov
    Counties: Clay, Johnson, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Putnam
  • Sen. Gary P. Dillion, MD (R-Columbia City)
    s17@in.gov
    Counties: Allen, Grant, Huntington, Kosciusko, Wabash, Whitley
  • Sen. Jeff Drozda (R-Westfield)
    s21@in.gov
    Counties: Boone, Hamilton, Howard, Tipton
  • Sen. Brandt Hershman (R-Monticello)
    s7@in.gov
    Counties: Carroll, Clinton, Howard, Jasper, Tippecanoe, White
  • Sen. Patricia L. Miller (R-Indianapolis)s32@in.govCounties: Johnson, Marion

  • Sen. Lindell Hume (D-Princeton)
    s48@in.gov
    Counties: Daviess, Dubois, Gibson, Greene, Knox, Martin, Orange, Pike
  • Sen. Sue Errington (D-Muncie)
    s26@in.gov
    Counties: Delaware, Madison
  • Sen. Tim Lanane (D-Anderson)
    s25@in.gov
    Counties: Madison
  • Sen. Karen Tallian (D-Portage)
    s4@in.gov
    Counties: Lake, Porter

What this blog for when a committee hearing is scheduled on these two bills.

To find out who represents you at the State House, please click the link Who’s Your Legislator?

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