Send Your Thanks to Green-Minded Indiana Legislators!

There still is such a thing as public servants.   And there are indeed public servants in Indiana who are working to make your environment cleaner and healthier, and improve your quality of life.  Please take a moment to write to one of these spotlighted legislators for their leadership in helping to advance important green legislation:

Representative Mary Ann Sullivan (D-Indianapolis) for championing the environmental benefits bill and the green energy financing bill.  Rep. Sullivan can be reached by email at h97@in.gov.

Rep. Sullivan has a master’s degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University. She is active in her community, serving on a number of nonprofit boards. Her passion for grassroots activism continues to fuel her commitment to improving education, the environment, and the everyday lives of those she represents.

Representative Wes Culver (R-Goshen) for his lead sponsorship of the green energy finance bill.  Rep. Culver can be reached by email at h49@in.gov.

Rep. Culver was elected in 2008 to represent District 49 in Elkhart County.  Having grown up in Middlebury, Indiana as the son of a duck farmer, Rep. Culver has started and owns over a dozen businesses.  He has also started non-profit organizations including: Legacy Child;Shalom House; and New Harvest Ministries. Rep. Culver has twice taken 3 year periods away from his business to be a pastor.

Representative Matt Pierce (D- Bloomington) for being key in the fight to make our environmental policymaking boards transparent, independent-minded, and accessible to everyone.  Rep. Pierce can be reached by email at h61@in.gov.

Rep. Pierce received a BA in Telecommunications and Political Science from Indiana University as well as a law degree from the Indiana University School of Law at Bloomington. He served as the Principal Clerk of the Indiana House of Representatives and began working for the Indiana General Assembly in the positions of Legislative Assistant, Research and Policy Analyst, and both Majority and Minority Attorney.

Representative Dick Dodge (R-Pleasant Lake) for leading the charge to dramatically reduce phosphorus contamination from killing our lakes.  Rep. Dodge can be reached by email at h51@in.gov.

Rep. Dodge  served in the U.S. Air Force from 1950-1954. As well as serving his country, Dodge served Steuben County in a variety of roles from County Commissioner to a Township Trustee. As a representative, Dodge is working hard to serve DeKalb and Steuben Counties and help the state of Indiana.

To learn more about the bills that these legislators fought to pass/improve, please visit our Bill Watch page.

Send Your Thanks to Green-Minded Indiana Legislators!

There still is such a thing as public servants. And there are indeed public servants in Indiana who are working to make your environment cleaner and healthier, and improve your quality of life.

Take a moment to write to one of these spotlighted legislators for their leadership in helping to advance important green legislation:

Rep. Mary Ann Sullivan, a Democrat from Indianapolis, for championing the environmental benefits bill and the green energy financing bill.

Email: h97@in.gov

Rep. Wes Culver, a Republican from Northeastern Indiana (Goshen), for his lead sponsorship of the green energy finance bill.

Email: h49@in.gov

Rep. Matt Pierce, a Democrat from Bloomington, for being key in the fight to make our environmental policymaking boards transparent, independent-minded, and accessible to everyone.

Email: h61@in.gov

Rep. Dick Dodge, a Republican from Northeastern Indiana (Pleasant Lake), for leading the charge to dramatically reduce phosphorus contamination from killing our lakes.

Email: h51@in.gov

To learn more about the bills that these legislators fought for, go to:

Bill Watch 2012