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Senator Tim Lanane

Minority Floor Leader  

Senate District 25

Legislative Assistant: Emma Keys

Phone: 317-232-9427

Email: s25@in.gov

Media Contact: Sean Mobley | 317-232-9507

200 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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Trump’s “unworkable” executive order newest effort to destabilize health care markets

October 17th, 2017|Comments Off on Trump’s “unworkable” executive order newest effort to destabilize health care markets

Since the start of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the expansion of Medicaid through the HIP 2.0 program, over half a million Hoosiers have gained access to affordable, comprehensive [...]

Lanane: Trump’s lack of moral leadership makes Indiana hate crimes law a priority

August 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Lanane: Trump’s lack of moral leadership makes Indiana hate crimes law a priority

INDIANAPOLIS – Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) issued the following statement after Speaker of the House Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) called for the state’s first hate crimes law following the [...]

Lanane: U.S. Senate health care debate could be disastrous for Hoosiers

July 26th, 2017|Comments Off on Lanane: U.S. Senate health care debate could be disastrous for Hoosiers

INDIANAPOLIS – Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) issued the following statement after the United States Senate voted on a motion to proceed and debate amendments on the Better Care [...]

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A thoughtful, articulate and dynamic leader, Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane has proven to be a tireless advocate on behalf of Indiana’s families.

Appointed to the Senate in 1997, and elected to a full term in 1998, Lanane was elected to serve as the Democratic Leader by the Senate Democrat Caucus in 2012. He was re-elected in 2014 and again in 2016.  He served as Assistant Democratic Leader from 2008-2012.

Sen. Lanane represents Indiana Senate District 25 which includes the cities of Muncie and Anderson as well as Union Township and part of Anderson Township in Madison County and Salem, Center, Monroe, Liberty and Perry townships in Delaware County.

An outspoken voice on issues including economic development, education, consumer protection, health care and courts and criminal justice matters, Lanane has proven his ability to reach across party lines to get things done.

In addition to leadership duties, Senator Lanane serves as the Vice Chair of the Senate’s Ethics Committee and the Ranking Democrat on the Senate’s Elections; Family and Children Services; Public Policy; and Rules and Legislative Procedure Committees. He also serves as a member on the Senate Committees on Commerce and Technology; Corrections and Criminal Law; Joint Rules; Judiciary and Utilities.

In the Senate, Lanane was one of the primary authors of legislation creating the Indiana telemarketers ‘no call list.’ He was also an author of the concussion protocol training for coaches of youth sports in grades 3 – 8, and the Indiana Homeowner Protection Act which protects homeowners from deceptive and abusive practices known as predatory lending. In addition, he was an author on legislation authorizing Anderson’s Hoosier Park Racing and Casino, creating thousands of new employment opportunities.

A practicing attorney, Lanane earned his undergraduate degree from Ball State University and his law degree from Indiana University. Lanane and his wife Cynthia have three children and five grandchildren and live in Anderson.

Indiana General Assembly Standing Committees:

Commerce and Technology

Corrections and Criminal Law

Elections (RMM)

Ethics

Family and Children Services (RMM)

Joint Rules

Judiciary

Public Policy (RMM)

Rules and Legislative Procedure (RMM)

Utilities

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Senate District 25

Indiana Senate District 25 includes the City of Muncie and the southeastern portion of the City of Anderson. District 25 also includes Union Township and part of Anderson Township in Madison County and Salem, Center, Monroe, Liberty and Perry Townships, all of which are in Delaware County.

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