The 2020 Legislative session of the Indiana General Assembly is now in session. 

The 2020 Legislative Session ended this week, with former Speaker of the House Brian Bosma adjourning the House of Representatives sine die early Thursday morning. The Senate did the same an hour earlier, with both chambers concluding business well ahead of the statutory deadline of March 14th.  The General Assembly has seven days after adjourning sine die to send all enrolled acts (bills that passed both chambers without amendments, were concurred on, or had conference committee reports adopted by both chambers) to Governor Eric Holcomb. Upon receiving an enrolled act for consideration, the governor has seven days to either sign, veto, or allow these bills to become law. This means the governor will have to make decisions on all remaining legislation passed this session within the next two weeks. 




For additional information on details of the bills that passed click on the links below:

Barnes & Thornburg Legislative newsletter - Final

IACC bill tracking list - Final