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A bill that would have eliminated the newspaper publication requirement for foreclosure notices in Indiana was narrowly defeated recently in a vote taken immediately following a committee hearing.
House Bill 1212 had passed the Indiana House 62-34 in January and was in danger of moving another step closer to passage when it was defeated by a vote of 5-4 in the Senate Local Government Committee.
Although it was a big victory for the Hoosier State Press Association (HSPA), the war over foreclosure notices in Indiana isn't over yet, according to HSPA Executive Director Steve Key. "The language in HB1212 remains eligible for amendment into another bill since it was passed by the House earlier this session," Key told his members. "HSPA will attempt to monitor bills that could become a home for the sheriffs' sale notices language."
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