Join Indiana Public Broadcasting and Louisville Public Media at legislative workshop
Join Indiana Public Broadcasting and Louisville Public Media Feb. 8 in Jeffersonville to hear from lawmakers, reporters and community members and share your questions.
Editor's note: This event has been rescheduled to Feb. 8 due to a winter weather advisory in Southern Indiana.
Childcare, water quality, health care costs, chronic absenteeism in schools and elementary reading skills: These are all issues expected to be addressed during Indiana’s legislative session. How can you follow what is happening and connect with lawmakers on topics that matter to you?
Join Louisville Public Media and Indiana Public Broadcasting at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 8 at the Howard Steamboat Museum's Carriage House in Jeffersonville for a free workshop sharing how to be informed and involved during Indiana’s legislative session. Hear from lawmakers, reporters and community experts as they offer guidance on how to engage with the process, share how they stay informed and hear the latest about what to expect in 2024. We’ll also answer your questions and invite your suggestions. We'll share tools and resources for you to use to follow the topics that matter to you.
Violet Comber-Wilen, Indiana Public Broadcasting reporter, will start the event with a short presentation answering questions our news team often receives. She will share key dates, how to find bills and their progress, when lawmakers hear testimony, etc.
Then, a panel will be moderated by Aprile Rickert, Southern Indiana reporter for Louisville Public Media. Audience questions will be encourage throughout.
Learn more, share your questions and register at this link.