INDIANAPOLIS—On Thursday, Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) and members of the Indiana Senate Democratic Caucus presented their legislative priorities for the 2018 session. The Senate Democrats’ INvision 20/20 plan [...]
Op-Ed: Making the Case, Again, for Hate Crimes Legislation By State Senator Greg Taylor (D-Indianapolis) Word Count: 781 Events in Charlottesville this past weekend have finally alerted my colleagues in [...]
Legislating as a member of the minority caucus in the Indiana State Senate can be daunting and it can be frustrating. However, there are times when both parties find common [...]
Indianapolis attorney Greg Taylor became a member of the Indiana Senate Democratic Caucus after being elected to represent Senate District 33 in November 2008. As a business and government attorney, Taylor joined the Senate with a breadth of knowledge and experience regarding economic development and job creation.
A member of several local organizations, Taylor understands and appreciates the diversity found in the community and workplace. In the State Senate, Taylor is the Ranking Democrat on the Corrections and Criminal Law Committee as well as the Elections and Civil Law Committee. He also serves as a member of the Senate Appropriations, Judiciary, and Local Government Committees. Taylor has also been appointed as a member of the Commission on the Social Status of Black Males, the White River State Park Development Commission, the Uniform Law Commission, the Public Defender Commission, Code Revision Commission as well as the State Fair Advisory Commission.
Taylor also serves on the Law, Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures, a bipartisan organization that serves the legislators and staff of the nation’s 50 states, its commonwealths and territories. In addition, Senator Taylor has been appointed to the National Legislative Conference of the Council of State Governments’ Economic Development Committee as well as the Midwestern Legislative Conference Economic Development Committee. A graduate of Indiana University Law School in Bloomington, Taylor practices law as Senior Counsel at MWH Law Group, in the firm’s transnational division and specializes in municipal finance law. Prior to his work with MWH, Taylor worked for the State of Indiana Department of Commerce, Business Development Division. He is also a member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers and the Indiana State Bar Association.
Taylor resides in Indianapolis with his wife, Danielle, and three children, Jackson, Savannah, and Estella.
Indiana General Assembly Standing Committees:
Civil Law (RMM)
Corrections and Criminal Law (RMM)
School Funding Subcommittee