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State Rep. Randy Frye announces his retirement

Updated: Jun 27, 2023

Frye has served for the past 13 years

(GREENSBURG, Ind.) -- State Representative Randy Frye will retire from the Indiana General Assembly on July 8.


Frye has served for the past 13 years as state representative for House District 67 which covers portions of Decatur, Jefferson, Jennings and Ripley counties.


"Over the last few years, I've been dealing with multiple health issues, and it's time to focus on my wellbeing and my family," Frye said.


"Whether it was working to make Indiana's tax climate better for everyday people and businesses, supporting our men and women in uniform, or standing up for the sanctity of life, I believe we've made tremendous progress during my time in the legislature and Indiana's future is only getting brighter," he added.


Frye has served as chair of the House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee, a member of the House Roads and Transportation Committee, and the House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications Committee.


The republican has also been heavily-involved in supporting local fire departments and others who serve their community and country.


In 2015, he authored legislation to create the Indiana State Fire Academy, which established a standard curriculum for all firefighting units in the state. Frye served with the Indianapolis Fire Department for more than 20 years before becoming a state legislator.


"Randy spent his legislative career as a strong advocate for all Hoosiers who serve or served our state or nation in uniform. Whether that's standing up for the men and women in the fire service, law enforcement or military, he understood their needs and worked hard to find solutions on their behalf," said House Speaker Todd Huston of Fishers.


Frye also successfully authored a new law this session exempting active-duty military members from the state income tax starting next year.


In 2022, he also supported pro-life measures to enact tighter abortion restrictions after the U.S. Supreme court overturned Roe vs. Wade in June. Frye has also supported efforts to expand Indiana's Safe Haven Law, with the installation of Safe Haven Baby Boxes.


During his retirement announcement, Frye added taxpayers are expected to save an estimated $430 million over the next two years via tax relief passed during this year's legislative session.

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