Frye: Share your thoughts on state issues

Posted by: Abigail Campbell and Sydney Livingston  | Friday, January 4, 2019

The 2019 legislative session recently began and lawmakers are working to address issues like the opioid epidemic, school safety and education funding. Your feedback helps guide my decisions when voting for potential new laws. Please consider completing my 2019 legislative survey at www.in.gov/h67 or return the hard copy which was recently mailed to constituents.

On my legislative survey this year, I included questions on issues concerning government reform, the second amendment, veterans, internet services and public safety. Legislators use the answers from their surveys to assist them in making important decisions like crafting the state’s  biennial budget, where we will work to sustainably fund priorities like education, Medicaid, and health and human services.

You can also fill out a comment section if you have any additional concerns you would like to share. The questions listed on the survey reflect the issues that will likely be discussed during session, and the presence of a question does not necessarily indicate my support or opposition of a particular subject.

There are a few ways to complete my legislative survey before the Jan. 31 deadline. To fill out and submit the survey online, visit www.in.gov/h67 and click on the “2019 Legislative Survey” button under my contact information. Surveys were also sent out by mail to our community. If you received my survey in the mail, please feel free to complete it and mail it back.

The 2019 legislative survey is an important tool to guide me as I work for our community at the Statehouse, which is why I encourage you to take it online or return the hard copy. If you have any questions about the survey or wish to share comments on any topics impacting Indiana, please contact me at 312-234-9450 or h67@iga.in.gov.

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State Rep. Randy Frye (R-Greensburg) represents House District 67,

Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland counties, as well as portions of

Decatur, Jennings, Jefferson and Dearborn counties.

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