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New Video: Curtis Hill Will Protect Hoosiers from Victimization, Frauds and Scams

New Video: Curtis Hill Will Protect Hoosiers from Victimization, Frauds and Scams

Protecting Hoosiers, especially our most vulnerable, from personal victimization, frauds, and scams, is one of the core functions of the Attorney General.

Not only will we pursue these crooks in their current form, but we will diligently prepare to be one step ahead of those who prey on the young, the old, the weak, the sick, and those that are less fortunate -- no matter how they twist technology and tactics to take advantage of and deceive us.

View our new video about protecting Hoosiers in Indiana

Thank you,

Curtis Hill

Curtis Hill Will Support Agriculture in Indiana's Rural Communities

Curtis Hill Will Support Agriculture in Indiana's Rural Communities

Agriculture is a major economic driver of the State of Indiana as well as the source of our food, fiber, shelter, and fuel. Food security – food that is safe, nutritious and affordable is important to all Hoosiers.

As Attorney General, I will increase the agricultural law expertise of the office of the Indiana Attorney General to support the rural and agricultural communities of Indiana. The agency regulatory review process of the Attorney General's office will be conducted transparently, competently, and efficiently. I will ensure that regulations be minimal and drafted in clear and consistent language and enforced openly and with objective fairness.

The Hoosiers who grow our food, fiber, shelter and fuel, need our support and as Attorney General, food security will be a top priority!

Supporting facts:

  • 245,000 Indiana jobs are supported by agriculture. 
  • 19,400,000 acres of land are in farms and forests (the Indiana total land area (acres) is 23.3 million).
  • The value of agricultural products sold in Indiana was $11.2 billion.
  • Indiana ranked 10th in the nation in agricultural sales.
  • Fun Fact – we've got more chickens then people! 41.5 million broiler's were sold in Indiana in 2012. That's 6 times more chickens than people in Indiana!