SB 319, the bill that addresses unreasonable increases in Indiana’s soil productivity factors has been passed by the Indiana General Assembly.
The bipartisan bill which passed the Indiana House 97-0 on Monday did not receive any negative votes in either house.
According to the bipartisan Legislative Services Agency, SB 319 will save Indiana farmers from paying an additional $57.4 million next year and each year thereafter.
The bill now goes to Governor Pence for his signature.
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