2011 Indiana Code
TITLE 2. GENERAL ASSEMBLY
ARTICLE 3. COMPENSATION AND RIGHTS OF LEGISLATORS
CHAPTER 8. POWER TO EMPLOY ATTORNEYS

IC 2-3-8
Chapter 8. Power to Employ Attorneys

IC 2-3-8-1
Private attorneys
Sec. 1. The House of Representatives and Senate of the Indiana General Assembly are hereby authorized and empowered to employ attorneys other than the Attorney General to defend any law enacted creating legislative or congressional districts for the State of Indiana.
(Formerly: Acts 1972, P.L.17, SEC.1.)

IC 2-3-8-2
Redistricting; employment of attorneys
Sec. 2. (a) In the case of a law creating districts for the House of Representatives, the Speaker of the House may employ the necessary attorneys after consultation with the minority leader of the House and the chairman and ranking minority member of the house committee on legislative apportionment.
(b) In the case of a law creating districts for the Senate, the President pro tempore of the Senate may employ the necessary attorneys after consultation with the minority leader of the Senate and the chairman and ranking minority member of the senate committee on legislative apportionment.
(c) In the case of a law creating congressional districts for the State of Indiana, the Speaker of the House and President pro tempore of the Senate, acting jointly, may employ the necessary attorneys after consultation with the minority leaders of the House and Senate and the chairman and ranking minority members of the house committee on legislative apportionment.
(Formerly: Acts 1972, P.L.17, SEC.1.)

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