general assembly en Espich, Crawford leave hole in Ways & Means <p></p><p>Following the retirement of its two longtime leaders, the House Ways and Means committee will look significantly different when the Indiana General Assembly begins its session in January.</p><p>Between them, Uniondale Republican Jeff Espich and Indianapolis Democrat Bill Crawford had 80 years of legislative experience.&nbsp; The two men led the House Ways and Means committee when their party was in control.&nbsp; But both are retiring this year.&nbsp;</p> Mon, 12 Nov 2012 15:21:34 +0000 Sean Bueter 6633 at