The legislation creates grants to incentivize new and existing businesses to create more fresh food options.
Senate lawmakers rejected or scaled back two of Governor Eric Holcomb’s top priorities this week.
Senate lawmakers approved legislation to allow legislative staffers to carry guns in the Statehouse.
House lawmakers rejected an attempt to get rid of the state’s moratorium on new nursing home construction.
Some e-liquid manufacturers say the bill would pave the way for their return to the state.
The measure would require that parents receive legal notice their child is seeking an abortion and would give them standing to try to stop it in court.
The House passed legislation to allow people protected by restraining orders to carry a handgun without a license for up to 60 days.
House lawmakers sent a bill to the Senate that allows law enforcement to collect DNA samples from anyone arrested for a felony.
The House approved legislation that its author says “modernizes” Indiana’s gaming tax structure.
A House committee altered and then approved an abortion regulation bill after the unusual step of sending the bill from the House floor back to the committee.