Legislative Center

The AIC provides a variety of legislative services to its members in Indiana's 92 counties. Members are encouraged to use this form to sign up for Legislative Bulletins that are sent throughout the year as well as during the legislative session of the Indiana General Assembly.

Legislative Staff & Legislative Committee

Meet the AIC legislative team and the committee of county officials who prepare and shape the AIC legislative platform each year and participate in other legislative policy-making activities.

Legislative Platform & Legislative Updates

Read this year's platform and archives from past years. The Legislative Updates section will provide current and up-to-date information about activities during the legislative session.

Legislative Links & Studies & Reports

Link to state of Indiana resources as well as reports and studies that are relevant to county officials and their offices.


Learn more about the political action committee created to endorse or financially contribute to candidates who support county government issues.

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Recent News

  • 2019 AIC Legislative Platform
    The AIC's 2019 Legislative Platform is available for download. Retiring county officials say this is an important read!
  • Instructions for MVH Fund Forms
    For your MVH fund forms there are several important pieces of information you need to include. This document explains the purpose of each category and provides directions.
  • AIC Road Funding Statement
    Read the AIC's statement on road funding legislation poised to be approved by the Indiana General Assembly.

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