Ask the legislator to support the investment of state dollars in rural and small-town Indiana. (Note that the $100 million will be a significant help but additional investment in infrastructure may be needed in the future).
Urge them not to allow undue restrictions to be put in place that limits the successful expansion of broadband.
Indiana Farm Bureau supports the General Assembly passing stipulations that bring more uniformity to property tax assessments and that prevent the piece-meal approach currently in place which leads to inconsistent taxing policies and unpredictable business environments.
Indiana Farm Bureau supports the General Assembly passing provisions that close the loophole being used by commercial businesses to reduce their property tax burden by seeking assessments based on the value of depreciated and older buildings.
Indiana Farm Bureau asks the Indiana General Assembly to correct this unfunded mandate of housing more prisoners and help local communities address jail overcrowding at the state level instead of on the backs of local property owners.