STATEHOUSE – State Representative Rebecca Kubacki (R-Syracuse) was honored by the Children’s Coalition of Indiana for championing legislation that will improve the lives and
well-being of Hoosier children.
“I was honored to receive recognition by the Children’s Coalition of Indiana on behalf of the children across our state,” said Rep. Kubacki. “It is our responsibility to protect Indiana’s most vulnerable, and I will continue to be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.”
The Children’s Coalition of Indiana applauded Rep. Kubacki for being a “champion of children” with her trailblazing efforts to improve the Department of Child Services as well as create a Commission on Improving the Status of Children through House Enrolled Act 1123.
“Rep. Kubacki has impacted every aspect of the policy agenda to improve the well-being of Hoosier children and their families,” said a news release from the Children’s Coalition of Indiana. “Hoosier children are better off because of the work of State Representative Rebecca Kubacki.”
Visit www.in.gov/legislative for more information about HEA 1123.