State Senator Lindel Hume authored a bill that was approved and signed by the governor expanding job opportunities for Emergency Medical Technician veterans. As a top priority for the Indiana Senate Democrats, Senate Bill 290 will allow medically-trained veterans to become certified through the Indiana Emergency Medical Services Commission if they have prior experience in medical services fields. Upon passing testing requirements, applicants will be issued licenses without undergoing supplementary education while temporary licenses will be applied to veterans who need to complete additional training.
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Sen. Lindel Hume (D-Princeton) reacts to Gov. Mike Pence’s first State of the State address on Tuesday night.
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Sate Sen. Lindel Hume (D-Princeton) reflects on the end of the 2012 legislative session, noting sentencing policy reform and phase-out of the inheritance tax as two key issues addressed by the legislature in the past three months.
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Senator Lindel Hume explains House Bill 1269, a bill that would appeal to Congress for complete state control of the Medicaid program. Sen. Hume worries that Hoosiers will receive less timely care and that the potentially large financial burden would create unforeseen financial issues.
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Senate Democrats rallied one last time on Wednesday to speak out against the contentious “Right to Work” bill as it gained passage in the Indiana State Senate. With a vote of 28 to 22, House Bill 1001 was sent to Governor Daniels who promptly signed the legislation this afternoon. Click the links below to listen to Senate Democratic Caucus members floor comments in opposition to the legislation. (Read more about events of Feb. 1 >>)
SEN. SIMPSON: “Weeks and months from now I want you to ask yourself this question; Was it worth it?…”
SEN. SIMPSON: “Right to work is a race to the bottom, it’s a downward spiral…”
SEN. ROGERS : “There’s a different relationship between management and unions now and we don’t need to interfere…”
SEN. SKINNER: “I don’t believe for a minute that companies are going to flock to Indiana…”
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State Senator Lindel Hume (D-Princeton) explains why the House Democrats have walked out and how the ball is in the Republican’s court to conduct the People’s business.
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State Senator Lindel Hume (D-Princeton) talks about why he thinks a potential tax refund would be better spent on school funding or paying down debt owed to the federal government.
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State Senator Lindel Hume (D-Princeton) talks about fast-tracked legislation aimed to curb human trafficking ahead of the Super Bowl in Indianapolis and so called “Right to Work” legislation in his weekly update.