There are three ways to interact with your senators.
These are the state senators for Northeast Indiana:
There are 20 committees on which these senators serve. Many senators are members of more than one. Committees are important because before a bill can be amended by the Senate or House, it first must be approved by the appropriate committee.
The 20 committees are Agriculture and Small Business; Appointments and Claims; Appropriations, Commerce, Public Policy and Interstate Cooperation; Corrections, Criminal and Civil Matters; Education and Career Development; Elections; Energy and Environmental Affiars; Ethics; Health and Provider Services; Homeland Security, Transportation and Veteran Affairs; Insurance and Financial Institutions; Joint Rules; Judiciary; Local Government; Natural Resources; Pensions and Labor; Rules and Legislative Procedure; Tax and Fiscal Policy; and Utilities and Technology.
If you want to learn more about Indiana's 116th General Assembly, go online to www.in.gov/legislative, where you can find the legislative calendar, information about bills and resolutions and information about how to stay in touch with your elected official.