2015 House Republican Agenda Accomplishments

House Republicans Achieve Legislative Agenda

House Republicans focused on four key categories during the 2015 legislative session: (Budget Integrity, Education Funding, Ethics Reform and Public Safety.) The honestly balanced budget protects Hoosier taxpayers and provides the largest increase to education funding in state history. In addition, House Republicans championed ethics reform legislation and allocated resources for public safety initiatives.

State of Indiana Budget Breakdown Focused on Education

2015 Interim Committee Assignments

House Speaker Brian C. Bosma announced the 2015 interim committee assignments for members of the Indiana House of Representatives. Members of each committee are tasked with discussing, debating and conducting in-depth review of the assigned topics.

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Conference Committee Report for House Bill 1001

The House Republicans released their Conference Committee Report for House Bill 1001, Indiana’s State Biennial Budget. 

Budget Bill Resource Page

RFRA Resource Page

Have a question about the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA)? View these resources to learn more. 

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Protecting Hoosier Taxpayers

Common Construction Wage (CCW) is a government mandated wage for taxpayer funded projects. It's time to Repeal CCW and save Hoosiers money.

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Focused on Education

Indiana House Republicans are focused on investing in the future of Indiana by dedicating over 50% of the state budget to education.

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Addressing Indiana's Infant Mortality Rate

HB 1004 The Safety P.I.N. (Protecting Indiana's Newborns) Grant Program incentivizes organizations to develop innovative plans that reduce Indiana's Infant Mortality Rate. 

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Indiana House Republicans: Working for All Hoosiers

Indiana House Republicans have a strong history of working for Hoosiers by providing the largest state tax cut in Indiana history, creating jobs and passing property tax relief legislation.

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Legislative Ethics Seminar 2015

The House of Representatives and Senate held a joint, voluntary ethics training session on Wednesday, January 14, 2015, in the House Chamber. Peggy Kerns, Director of the Center for Ethics in Government at the National Conference of State Legislatures was the presenter.

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