STATEHOUSE (June 28, 2019) — State Rep. Karen Engleman (R-Georgetown) will serve as a member of the Interim Study Committee on Courts and the Judiciary.
Summer study committees examine the state’s top issues and recommend potential legislation.
“This committee will be learning about requests for new courts and additional magistrates or judges in Gibson and Jennings counties,” Engleman said. “We will also be studying the rehabilitation of juvenile offenders and how they are handled during court procedures. It’s imperative we help these young Hoosiers so they do not return to the court system as they become adults.”
Engleman said interim study committee hearings, which typically occur at the Statehouse in Indianapolis, can be viewed live online at iga.in.gov. This site also provides committee calendars and meeting agendas. Members of the public are welcomed to attend and testify.
Engleman has also been appointed to the Code Revision Commission, which works to help resolve any conflicts in the Indiana Code.
Click here for a full list of assigned study committee topics.
State Rep. Karen Engleman (R-Georgetown) represents House District 70,
which includes portions of Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties.
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