Indiana’s 2023 Legislative session has started! Here is how the Indiana General Assembly is divided and who is on the health committees.
For updates on health-related legislation in the 2023 session, check out our Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4), starting mid-January!
The 50 seats in the senate are divided with Republicans in the majority.
The 100 seats in the house are divided with Republicans in the majority.
Who are the legislators on Indiana’s standing health committees?
Senate: Health and Provider Services Committee
All information provided on each senator was collected from their respective party’s websites.
Republican Senators: https://www.indianasenaterepublicans.com/senators
Democrat Senators: https://www.indianasenatedemocrats.org/senators/
Chair: Ed Charbonneau, Senator District 5
Ranking Member: Justin Busch, Senator District 16
Vaneta Becker, Senator District 50
Mike Boheck, Senator District 8
Liz Brown, Senator District 15
Michael Crider, Senator District 28
Stacey Donato, Senator District 18
Tyler Johnson, Senator District 14
Jean Leising, Senator District 42
Ranking Minority Member: Jean D. Breaux, ,Senator District 34
Eddie D. Melton, Senator District 3
Shelli Yoder, Senator District 40
House: Public Health
All information provided on each house representative was collected from their respective party’s websites.
Republican Representatives: https://www.indianahouserepublicans.com/members/
Democrat Representatives: https://indianahousedemocrats.org/members
Chair: Brad Bartlett, Representative District 56
Vice Chair: Donna Schaibley, Representative District 24
Robert Behning, Representative District 91
Martin Carbaugh, Representative District 81
Matt Hostettler, Representative District 64
Joanna King, Representative District 49
Cindy Ledbetter, Representative District 75
Ann Vermilion, Representative District 31
Denny Zent, Representative District 51
Ranking Minority Member: Robin Shackleford, Representative District 98
Rita Fleming, Representative District 71
Ryan Hatfield, Representative District 77
Gregory Porter, Representative District 96
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