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LAC Update 2023 Why Is Law Perverse? - by Robin Hanson - Overcoming Bias

On June 21, 2023, the Indiana Legislative Action Committee (LAC) hosted its annual legal update at the Launch shared worked space in Fishers, Indiana. The overview was presented by Chair Kelly Elmore and Vice Chair Tom Murray. Thanks to special guests including the Capitol Group, Stephan Buschman, Indiana State Representative Mike Speedy, Attorney General’s Office Scott Barnhart and Chase Haller. Over 100 were in attendance, topics included Senate Bill 195, Solar Panel Legislation, and the committee’s path forward to modernizing the Indiana HOA Act. Attendees were treated to a box lunch and the opportunity to network with industry colleagues and lawmakers.

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CAI’s Indiana Legislative Action Committee (IN LAC) had an active legislative session advocating on behalf of the 840,000 Hoosiers living in 338,000 homes in nearly 5,000 community associations in the state. The 17-member committee volunteered hundreds of collective hours to review bills, draft testimony, meet with legislators and other decision-makers, and testify for or against bills. Indiana legislators introduced more than 1,800 bills and the LAC closely monitored 16 bills that would have directly affected community associations; their top priority bills are summarized below.

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