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Guide to the 2020 Legislative Session

Welcome to the 13th edition of FV Indiana's Guide to the Legislative Session.
This year brings a "short session" that will begin on January 6, 2020, and is expected to last through March 14, 2020. This session will provide many opportunities for families to be involved, share your experience, and build relationships with legislators that will impact current and future decisions. This guide is intended to be a reference issue; in it you will find information on how a bill becomes a law, definitions and translations of acronyms and information on the House and Senate leadership. We encourage you to contact your legislators, make the effort to introduce yourself, share your perspective and continue to build a relationship.
Watch FV Indiana and other sources for action alerts as the session progresses.
If you have information about the session to share please call us at 844 F2F INFO or email info@fvindiana.org.

Relevant Topics for 2020 (we will update these, as needed, as the ses…

DD Task Force Mtg Jan 7

Task Force for Assessment of Services and Supports for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to meet next week in Indianapolis INDIANAPOLIS—The next meeting of the Task Force for Assessment of Services and Supports for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, in Conference Room A, at the Indiana Government Center South, 302 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, beginning at 9 a.m. EST. The meeting is open to the public and will be streamed live. The link to the livestream is:  http://indiana.adobeconnect.com/taskforce1102. Requests for accommodations should be made by contacting Kristina Blankenship at Kristina.Blankenship@fssa.IN.gov or 800-545-7763 on or before Jan. 3, 2020. The task force was originally established by House Enrolled Act 1102 in the 2017 session of the Indiana General Assembly and is chaired by Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch. Meetings were held around the state in 2018 for the purpose of gathering input …

Insurance Checklist for the New Year

Insurance Checklist for the New Year The Indiana Department of Insurance recommends you review these five policies at the beginning of the new year. Indianapolis - Make a resolution to review your policies and coverage. The start of a new year is a great time to reevaluate your insurance coverage needs. Changing circumstances may require updated policies. Did you have a baby? Get married? Purchase a new home or car? If so, you'll want to check to make sure you have the right protection. Talk with your agent and review your policies to see if they meet your current needs. Your agent or insurance company can help determine whether your coverage is adequate or if you might need to make adjustments. Even if you haven't experienced a life-changing event, you could be eligible for discounts or new insurance products that may better serve your needs.
Life Insurance or AnnuitiesChanges–birth, divorce, remarriage or even a new mortgage or new job–are indicators that you might need to make …