Nisly’s Productivity As State Representative Questioned

Nisly’s Productivity As State Representative Questioned

State Rep. Curt Nisly Indiana State Rep. Curt Nisly was supposed to be a part of the online 3rd House Legislative Session on Friday hosted by the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce. Though he and State Sen. Blake Doriot didn’t end up taking part, Nisly was referenced directly and indirectly during the hour-long session. Chamber President and CEO Rob Parker said Nisly’s absence was disappointing as he had received quite a few follow-up questions that came in after Wednesday’s candidate forum for District 22. Nisly, who has represented District 22 for the last eight years, is up against District 18 State Rep. Craig Snow in the Republican May primary after redistricting put the two men in the same district. Snow took part in the session Friday. The first follow-up question Parker posed, in part, was, “During Curt’s eight-year tenure and Craig’s two-year tenure, could each of you gentlemen share your productivity record, essentially, how many bills have you proposed, and how many of those bills have been signed into law?” Snow said in his first year, he proposed one bill and it did get signed into law. It was a grain indemnity fund, which he said he was pretty proud of. In his second year, this past session, he thought he proposed five bills – which is the limit allowed per representative – and two got passed. The two that were passed included the childcare bill for school corporations. “But there’s a lot more that goes on behind the scenes […]

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