Victory comes in small steps Indiana Senate Bill 0144

This is the day the common folks won a small victory over the government of Fishers and others like them. The Bill to reform Annexations was approved by the Senate Local Government Committee. A small victory, but a victory. Now the Bill goes to the full Senate. Now we need to get all the citizens of the entire state to marshal forces to write all our Senators to stop government to force its will against people.

Now to Fishers, Indiana. To the Town Council STOP, LOOK and LISTEN. Slow down your annexation, you know you should not vote to annex at your Council Meeting, since this Bill would make any annexation null and void between 1 Jan and 1 Jul of this year. I can see you going ahead spending thousands of dollar and then puff.

You know you never expected the Citizens to get this far, well we did and now watch us get this Bill past. Maybe sometimes the government is for the people. But in the case of Fishers it will only be when the people take control of the government. So Citizens of Fishers it time to work to take control of your reckless government.

Comments 2

  1. JQFD says:

    The annexation reform bill has advanced to third and final reading in the Senate next week. If it passes, it will then go to the House. Everyone who is in favor of annexation reform should contact the state legislators and tell them that you want them to vote for the reform bill, SB 114.

  2. Bagel says:

    The Bill did pass the Senate and now is waiting for committee assignment in the House. Everyone please write or e-mail Pat Bauer to move forward on the Bill. The Bill has 4 co-sponsors in the House, one republican and three democrats, it nice to see these people working together to try and help people.

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