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Indiana Lawmakers Convene for Technical Session 

The General Assembly voted to override Governor Eric Holcomb's veto of HEA 1041, which will enact a ban on transgender girls from participating in girls' K-12 sports. 

The legislature did not take up the Governor's veto of HEA 1211, which focused on funding for broadband infrastructure projects and changes to agency adoption of emergency rules. 

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2022 Interim Study Topics Released

On May 24, the General Assembly reconvened for a meeting of the Legislative Council to take up technical corrections and approve interim study committee topics for 2022. The committees will meet during the summer and fall months to study each issue ahead of the 2023 legislative session. 

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Looking Ahead

Parties will choose their nominees for statewide offices at their respective state conventions in June. This year's general election is Tuesday, Nov. 8. 

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