State leaders say they’re cautiously optimistic about Indiana’s fiscal future.
A political strategist has a message for potential presidential candidates: if you’re going to run, run.
The Indiana Supreme Court upheld the law last month and is now telling another court to dismiss a similar case.
Amanda Banks, a former public policy expert, was sworn in Tuesday at the Statehouse.
Leaders of “good government” groups say Indiana can’t wait any longer to explore changing the way it redraws its legislative maps every 10 years.
State officials say even if the revenue forecast is strong, that does not mean the state will increase its next budget.
Common Cause Indiana held a panel discussion on ethics at the statehouse Friday.
INDOT estimates the state will need at least $150 million annually over the next 10 years to adequately maintain its roads and bridges.
The legislature will begin meeting in January to write a new state budget.
Charlie White is appealing his February 2012 conviction on charges of voter fraud, perjury and theft that came a year after he was elected Secretary of State.