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Business Leaders Criticize ‘Heavy-Handed’ Indianapolis Bills

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Business leaders and civic groups in Indianapolis, Indiana, have signed a letter criticizing the Republican-dominated Legislature over numerous bills. They would strip authority from the city officials. This is a great thing and the crackdown on democracy is terrible!

Business Leaders Protesting Various Bills

Blocking the city’s regulations on rental properties to demanding changes to the city bus system are some of the bills. They will advance the legislation. Also included is a shift control of the Indianapolis police department to the governor-appointed board. Therefore, could strip much of the authority from a citywide zoning board.

Business Leaders: Indiana is Jeopardy Because of Limits

Moreover, a letter that was released last Thursday, it has warned of “imposing heavy-handed limits” on the local authority. It would stop our ability to move Indiana forward.”

Republicans Legislators Versus Democratic-Controlled City Council

Moreover, the Republican legislators have faced criticism and derision for aiming actions supported by Democratic Mayor Joe Hogsett. As well the Democratic-controlled city council.

Republican Proposals May Not go Through the Legislature

The Republican Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray said he didn’t expect all the proposals would win legislative approval. Bray is from Martinsville. However, the large economic impact of Indianapolis on the state did garner attention from the Legislature.

Business Leaders: Indianapolis Should be a Good Partner

“Moreover, we want Indianapolis to be successful. In fact, there are differences of opinion on some issues. Yet, we need to be and want to be a good partner,” Bray said.

The Signing of the Letter

Executives of Eli Lilly, Cummings, Allison Transmission, Anthem and Salesforce and civic leaders such as former Republican Lt. Gov. John Mutz signed the letter.

Stifling Local Priorities Can Staff Growth

“In terms of public safety, transit, housing, and more, for efforts at the Statehouse to stifle local priorities will stall growth. It would be diminished by the contributions of residents that do indeed feel isolated from jobs. Moreover, unsafe in their neighborhoods, limited by housing and transportation options,” the letter said.

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