The 2021 legislative session has been different for Indiana Farm Bureau as an organization as well as for members who like to participate in the legislative process. Since usual Statehouse visits weren’t an option this year due to COVID-19, INFB created several virtual opportunities for members to stay engaged and connected with legislators.
Members stepped up and advocated on behalf of INFB and the important issues impacting agriculture.
“Heading into the 2021 session, INFB knew it needed to make adjustments to ensure members were still involved in the legislative process,” said Andy Tauer, executive director of public policy. “INFB’s advocacy efforts depend on members interacting with their legislators. The engagement we have seen during this year’s unique legislative session, particularly in our virtual meetings and updates, showed us the value of our grassroots.”
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