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Monday, December 16, 2013

Ind. Gov't. - More on: New Indiana General Assembly website

Really the only thing to see so far on the new General Assembly website is what has been done with the Indiana Code.

The Indiana Code, the codification of all the substantive laws of the State, is only available to the citizens of the State of Indiana online, it has not been published by the General Assembly in a usable book form, for many years.

The online version is an unofficial version, but the users' only other option is one of the $$$ legal publishers.

The ILB is not ready to do a review yet, but here are some initial reactions attorney readers have sent me so far:

The ILB's response to the last question was that if the ILB had any connections, they were not very effective, as I communicated with LSA and posted in February about concerns with the plan that included dropping HTML versions of the law and breaking all links. At that time I was not aware of an added problem, that the PDF would be dynamically generated - i.e. a virtual page.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on December 16, 2013 02:24 PM
Posted to Indiana Government