HOW DID YOUR MOCs VOTE LAST WEEK?
H.R. 2881: Secure 5G and Beyond Act of 2020
H. Con. Res. 83:
This resolution would direct the president to terminate the use of U.S. military forces to engage in hostilities against Iran or any part of its government or military unless Congress declares war.
H.R. 535: PFAS Action Act of 2019
Congress’ schedule this week has yet to be published. Please stay tuned, we’ll update this post throughout the week. In other news:
Trump proposes major roll-back of NEPA
STATE OF INDIANA
Things are clipping right along at the Statehouse. The first day of session, which is typically more ceremonial than action-packed, saw several committee meetings and even some votes, including one in the House Public Health Committee that would raise the legal age to buy tobacco products to 21. Here’s what else has been going on:
Hoosiers would get more time to vote after work under a bill debated Thursday by a House committee. (The Statehouse File)
Indiana Department of Revenue Commissioner Adam Krupp is jumping into the Republican race for Attorney General, and hopes to defeat incumbent Curtis Hill in a state convention primary in June. (Journal Gazette)
Indiana Republicans are remaining firm against Democratic proposals for using an unexpected jump in state revenue to increase school funding this year. (IBJ)
Several major pieces of legislation are already on the move as the General Assembly got the 2020 session underway. Heres what you might have missed this week at the Statehouse. (WFYI)