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Listed below are IMA standing committees. If you aren’t currently participating on a committee and would like to, please fill out this form and fax or email it back to Lori Martin at email@example.com or at 317-231-2320. Note: IMPAC Board and IMAPAC Board are appointed by the IMA chair.
(Includes all taxation Working Groups) Investigates all proposals for modifications of the business tax structure in Indiana, including all taxes paid by manufacturers. Develops recommendations based upon analysis of tax proposals, including IMA initiatives for changes beneficial to manufacturers. Maintains relationships with appropriate elected officials and legislators as well as employees of state regulatory commissions and offices. Meets 2 times per year.
Tax Policy Working Group
Develops federal and state tax policy recommendations for the association, and creates federal and state tax legislative proposals to the benefit of Hoosier manufacturers. Meets 1-2 times per year.
Develop policy recommendations that support the interests of the association’s membership with regard to business fundamentals and regulatory changes relative to energy. Recommend revisions to current legislative policy that support the interests of the association’s membership and serve as a forum to share energy-related issues and use the association’s relationships to effect meaningful results. Meets 1-2 times per year.
Environmental Policy Committee
Shall advance environmental stewardship along with positive economic growth in the State of Indiana.
Environmental Working Groups
Environmental Working Groups work on an ad hoc basis during the year to communicate industry positions on various rulemaking and legislative matters. The subcommittees cover four different areas: Air, Water, Waste and General Issues. Subcommittees work toward three goals: (l) To identify and clearly define areas of mutual environmental concern among IMA members; (2) to develop technologically and economically responsible positions for air, water, hazardous waste, solid waste and general environmental issues; these steps will be prioritized and will include a status report, a problem or opportunity statement and recommended steps or solutions; (3) to establish appropriate means of communication among government, industry and the public to foster a cooperative problem-solving approach to key environmental issues. Typically meets 1-2 times per year.
To find out more about the above committees, contact IMA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Governs the operations and makes policy decisions for the Indiana Manufacturers State Political Action Committee. Also authorizes contributions to candidates for state political office. Meets 2 times per year.
Governs the operations and makes policy decisions for the Indiana Manufacturers Federal Political Action Committee. Also authorizes contributions to candidates for federal political office. Meets 1-2 times per year.
To find out more about either of these committee, contact Jenny Knoebel – email@example.com