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Students Learn First Hand How The House Of Representatives Works
Updated June 16, 2015 8:06 AM | Filed under: Education
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State Rep. Eric Koch and Callison Blais.jpg
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Two Mitchell Junior High School students served as pages during the 2015 Indiana General Assembly.

Seventh graders Callison Blais and Lauryn Davis learned firsthand how the Indiana House of Representatives works.

They also worked alongside legislators, assistants and interns On session days, pages experience how a bill becomes a law as they watch legislators on the House floor debate issues. Students also have the chance to tour the statehouse, see where the Governor works and observe floor sessions of the House, Senate and Supreme Court chambers.

The Indiana House Page Program is an opportunity for students between the ages of 13-18 to gain a better understanding of the lawmaking process by meeting their State Representative and witnessing how laws are made firsthand.

For more information call (317) 234-9042.



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