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Now is the time for the General Assembly to build on our thoughtful, targeted approach to early childhood education and develop a plan that ensures high-quality pre-K’s long-term sustainability.
Indiana is one of 5 states without a clear and specific hate crimes law. For a state that prides itself on Hoosier Hospitality, we must pass strong, inclusive legislation to show that Indiana is open and welcoming to all.
Leading efforts to pilot quality, pre-k scholarship programs for thousands of students.
Providing financial education, job training and placement and legal advice for individuals and families.
Reducing childhood obesity and investing in child welfare, nutrition, fitness, mental health services and physical screenings.
Supporting programs and agencies that help families and individuals who are highly vulnerable or in crisis.
The General Assembly voted to expand Indiana’s pre-k for low-income children with the passage of a pre-k expansion bill and approved a budget which includes an investment of $22 million per year in the next biennium budget.
The coalition for mass transit celebrated a victory on Election night, as Indianapolis' residents voted "yes" to a public transit ballot referendum to increase bus service.
Indiana's biennial budget included a $1 million per year appropriation to the 2-1-1 Services Fund, thanks in part to a significant gift from The Glick Fund.