The General Assembly is still at work, earning their per diems with study committee activity. This week:
Sept. 7 at 9 a.m.: Interim Study Committee on Employment Issues – Invited speakers:
J.R. Gaylor, President/CEO Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Indiana
Dr. Dale Glaser, principal of Glaser Consulting, statistical consultant and Adjunct Professor of Statistics at the University of San Diego
Erik Brovold, founding President of the National University System Institute for Policy
Kevin Korenthal, Executive Director, The ABC California Cooperation Committee
Andy Conlin, National ABC
Paul Kersey, Mackinac Policy Institute
Charlie Kahl, Indiana Construction Association
Pete Rimsans, Executive Director, Indiana State Building & Construction Trades Council
Dale Belman, Professor, School of Labor and Industrial Relations, University of Michigan
John Reamer, Inspector of Public Works, City of Los Angeles Gerry Scheub, Lake County Commissioner
Speros A. Bastistatos, President and CEO, South Shore Convention & Visitors Authority
Jim Tsareff, Vice President, Construction Operations, ERMCO Electric
Rhonda Cook, Indiana Association of Cities and Towns
David Bottorf, Association of Indiana Counties
Sept. 7 at 1 p.m.: Commission on Developmental Disabilities: First Steps program and Music Therapy.
Sept. 8 at 1:30 p.m.: Interim Study Committee on Driver Education:
(A) Report From Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles Concerning Accident Reports Containing Ages and Genders of Those Involved.
(B) Report From the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute Concerning Effects of the Graduated Driver’s License on Accident Rates and Fatality Rates.
(C) Report From IVY Tech Concerning IVY Tech Classes for Driver Education Instructors.
Sept. 9 at 1:00 p.m.: Criminal Code Evaluation Commission: The agenda doesn’t list any particular topics of discussion. Looks like prior meetings have focused on penalties for property crimes and also on matters having to do with sex offenders.