(Indianapolis, IN) - The Indiana General Assembly had planned to gather next week to consider the abortion topic, among other issues.
Now that special session has been pushed back.
Lawmakers decided yesterday to begin deliberations on July 25.
Technically, the special session called recently by Governor Eric Holcomb will begin next Wednesday. But since statute allows 40 days for legislators to conclude their work, they decided to shorten the meeting window.
They will also discuss the state’s budget surplus and possible financial relief for Hoosiers.