Sixteen Indiana-based groups today came out against the so-called ‘No More Stringent Than’ bill, saying it would hinder efforts to protect the environment.
Despite a Republican super majority in the Indiana General Assembly, the Hoosier Environmental Council (HEC) says lawmakers were more more environmentally friendly than one might suspect.
Although the Indiana Senate is moving forward with a bill guaranteeing Hoosiers the right to hunt, fish and farm, members of the environmental community question exactly what the impact will be.
The leaders of Indiana’s environmental community think they can make inroads in the upcoming legislative session, despite a GOP super-majority.
Indiana’s environmental community say they got mixed results in protecting the state’s air, water and land this past session and they are reaching out to the candidates for Governor in hopes of making more progress next year.