Indiana Chamber offers legislative products for 2013

2012-11-30T12:48:00Z Indiana Chamber offers legislative products for 2013Times Staff nwitimes.com
November 30, 2012 12:48 pm  • 

INDIANAPOLIS | A trio of legislative resources for the upcoming General Assembly including a new mobile app are available from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

For decades, the Indiana Chamber has published the Indiana General Assembly Legislative Directory, which includes legislator biographies, photos, committee assignments and more. The 2013 handbook also provides contact information, including social media profiles, and a map showing where each legislator will be seated in the House and Senate chambers.

In addition to the traditional handbook, Hoosiers can opt for the new Indiana Legislative Directory App, which will provide all of the same information in a mobile format for tablets and phones. It will be available for both Apple and Android platforms. The interactive version will complement the printed guide, with additional real-time features such as committee schedules, bills authored by each legislator and more.

Also new for 2013 is the Legislative District Poster Set. The wall-size, color posters identify all 150 members of the General Assembly and the new districts in which they are serving. There are 29 newcomers this session: 25 in the House and four in the Senate.

The directory handbooks start at $7 (bulk discount pricing is available). Poster sets are $29.97 (which includes tax and shipping) and the mobile app is $19.99.

The products can be ordered online at www.indianachamber.com/publications (Legislative and Governmental Issues section) or by calling (800) 824-6885.

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