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We have listed a selection of bills related to conservation issues. Bills will be noted as to our position - SUPPORT, OPPOSE, or bills we have decided to WATCH and may take action on later.
We encourage you to also use the Indiana General Assembly website to get more details about your legislators, session activities and other bills. You can also watch live and archived video of sessions.
To see when bills reach the governor's desk, please check the Governor's 2017 Bill Watch page.
Legislation for the 2017 Session
SB142 State park admission for disabled veterans - Sen. Randolph -- WATCH
SB165 Say’s Firefly designated as state insect - Sen. Alting, Tomes, Becker -- SUPPORT
SB256 Benjamin Harrison conservation trust - Sen. Tallian -- SUPPORT
SB294 Bovine Tuberculosis testing - Sen. Leising -- WATCH
SB352 State mammal - Sen. Eckerty -- SUPPORT
SB397 County option surcharges on state park fees - Sen. Koch -- OPPOSE
SB420 Old forests in state forest areas - Sen. Bassler -- OPPOSE
SB470 Butterfly Milkweed designated as state wildflower - Sen. Becker -- SUPPORT
SB524 Designated wild areas. --
HB1001 Biennial budget -- WATCH
HB1026 Roadside vegetation management - Rep. Bacon and Arnold -- OPPOSE
HB1034 Say’s Firefly designated as state insect - Rep. Cherry, Siegrist, and Klinker -- SUPPORT
HB1127 Nullification of EPA regulations in IN - Rep Judy --OPPOSE
HB1202 Ownership of the banks of the Ohio River - Rep. Arnold -- OPPOSE
HB1251 Violation of wildlife protection laws - Rep. Goodin -- SUPPORT
HB1320 Cigarette Taxes - Rep. Brown -- WATCH
HB1332 Dangerouse wild animals - Rep Eberhart -- WATCH
HB1359 Disabled veteran benefits - Rep Borders -- OPPOSE
HB1415 Various natural resources matters - Rep Eberhart -- WATCH
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