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    SB 94------- Law Enacted.
    SB 154 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 292 ----- Awaiting signature of SIGNED! by the President of the Senate (Lt. Gov. Skillman). Now on to Gov. Daniels.
    SB 411 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 434 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 506 ----- In Governor's office for signature.
    Thanks for the information. I might be bumping into the Governor next week at a reception and dinner, if I do I will pass on our thanks from the INGO community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill of Rights View Post
    Lt. Gov. Skillman has signed it!

    Where we stand now:

    SB 94------- Law Enacted.
    SB 154 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 292 ----- Awaiting signature of SIGNED! by the President of the Senate (Lt. Gov. Skillman). Now on to Gov. Daniels.
    SB 411 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 434 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 506 ----- In Governor's office for signature.


    Fantastic!!!!!

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    Things are really moving today!

    Where we stand now:

    SB 94------- Law Enacted.
    SB 154 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 292 ----- In Governor's office for signature.
    SB 411 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 434 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 506 ----- In Governor's office for signature.

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    I'm thinking of sending my rep a hand written thank you letter.
    This is sadly all I could think of. Ya think this is good enough?

    Dear Representative Stevenson,

    Thank you for upholding the United States and State of Indiana Constitutions in voting in favor of the following bills:

    SB506 - “Transport Permit Reform”
    SB292 - “Firearm Preemption Reform”
    SEA 94 - “Non-Contiguous State Firearm Purchase”
    SEA 411 - “Parking Lot 2.0”

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    Is it too much to ask that the Gov. get as emotional about the firearms bills as he did over the education bills he signed last week?

    I hope he cries because he's so happy that we're going to be able to regain some of our lost freedoms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill of Rights View Post
    Things are really moving today!

    Where we stand now:

    SB 94------- Law Enacted.
    SB 154 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 292 ----- In Governor's office for signature.
    SB 411 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 434 ----- Law Enacted.
    SB 506 ----- In Governor's office for signature.

    So, any updates? Where are you seeing this information? This page Indiana General Assembly still shows "Signed by President of Senate".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paco Bedejo View Post
    So, any updates? Where are you seeing this information? This page Indiana General Assembly still shows "Signed by President of Senate".
    Nothing yet, Paco. They're in the Governor's office, so I checked his website:

    Governor Daniels: 2011 Bill Watch

    He signed several bills today, but so far, neither 292 nor 506 is shown as being among them.
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    So he's got until Wednesday on 506 and Friday on 292 or they become law automatically, correct?

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    wow. You guys actually get things done in your state. Here we just yell at each other a lot and call the other side names. I think this year was the first time NYS has passed a budget on time in over 30 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryknoll3 View Post
    So he's got until Wednesday on 506 and Friday on 292 or they become law automatically, correct?
    Yes, Ryknoll, that's correct. I suspect he will sign both, but unless he actively vetos them, they become law on Wednesday and Friday, respectively.

    Quote Originally Posted by NYFelon View Post
    wow. You guys actually get things done in your state. Here we just yell at each other a lot and call the other side names. I think this year was the first time NYS has passed a budget on time in over 30 years.
    And this is with the House Democrats taking five weeks of the session "off". (They were upset with some of the bills introduced and rather than stay and work out the differences, they left the state to deny the House a quorum, preventing any work from being done in that chamber for that time period.)

    They had some long days, but most of the bills before the legislature actually did get heard. ALL of the pro-gun bills that came out of committee were not only heard but were passed, and mostly as-written.

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