This week's debate focused on a proposed pre-k pilot program and an abortion bill that requires doctors to report their information to the state.
Sponsors of the legislation say the key is to avoid amendments that enhance criminal penalties.
The overhaul aims to divert low-level offenders into local community corrections programs, but lawmakers are debating how to fund those programs.
Gov. Mike Pence says a preschool pilot for 1,000 students could inform summer study committees on pre-K.
Some districts are concerned how Indiana will replace business tax dollars.
The legislation requires backup physicians to have proof of their admitting privileges on record with the state Department of Health.
A House committee today revived a measure allowing gun possession in school parking lots.
A bill that would have restricted IDEM from creating environmental regulations stricter than the EPA's died in a Senate committee yesterday.
Senate Republicans Monday rejected an attempt to revive a preschool pilot program that had been eliminated in a Senate committee last week.
House Minority leader Scott Pelath (D-Michigan City) and Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) say many of Pence's legislative goals are not being achieved.