Around the House


January 2017

The average Hoosier driver spends nearly $500 extra each year in car repairs due to the condition of our roads. The time for long-term road funding solutions is here.  Participate in our photo contest by sharing your story and photos of the worst potholes in your neighborhood using #IndianaPotholes on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram!

The winning photo will be highlighted in the Indiana House Chamber upon final passage of House Bill 1002, our long-term road funding plan.

The single most important form for helping students receive money to go to college is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. All students, regardless of income level, who are planning to attend college must complete the FAFSA form every year. The FAFSA form is required for students to be considered for federal and state grants, scholarships and student loans.

The FAFSA MUST be filed by March 10 to be eligible for Indiana financial aid.

To help families navigate the application process, financial aid experts will be providing assistance for college bound students across Indiana during College Goal Sunday on Feb. 12. Students who attend could win one of ten $1000 scholarships.

For more information about the event visit Click here for the location nearest you.

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