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Friday, April 24, 2015

Ind. Gov't. - "Editorial: Dangerous final days at the Statehouse"

That is the heading to this Lafayette Journal & Courier editorial today. It begins:

These are dangerous days at the Indiana Statehouse.

Leaders in the Indiana Senate and House were warning late in the week that they expected the usual flurry of action, with last-minute bills popping up, as the legislature skids toward the final day of the session on Wednesday.

How many ideas rejected in February and March will re-emerge at the end of April? Hoosiers will have to wait and see. The best advice: Be sure to read the fine print in the final budget bill.

The action already started, giving a preview to why legislation done on the fly can be so frightening.

ILB: For some examples, out of a list of many, the ILB has selected this June 9, 2011 post that begins: "Time to begin the list of "surprises" in bills passed by the 2011 General Assembly."

Posted by Marcia Oddi on April 24, 2015 02:01 PM
Posted to Indiana Government