The study committee up to now has taken testimony largely from people reporting on the negative consequences created BY people living in the state illegally.
Many of Holcomb’s proposals are the continuation of initiatives begun by Gov. Mike Pence.
The state’s private sector added 5,600 jobs in August – the fifth consecutive month of private sector job growth.
The Coalition for Redistricting Reform, a private group of reform advocates, brought the committee a detailed plan for creating a nine-member commission.
The Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council held an educational summit to address misinformation about marijuana and synthetic drugs.
Nearly a quarter of Hoosiers smoke – and the Indiana Chamber of Commerce says that costs the state nearly $3 billion a year in healthcare.
Indiana law says only U.S. citizens may legally change their names. This excludes a transgender Mexican immigrant living in Indiana.
Gubernatorial candidate John Gregg accuses the state government of not doing enough when it comes to East Chicago’s lead contamination crisis.
More than 100 Syrian refugees have resettled in the state since Pence’s December directive.
August tax collections came in more than $25 million less than expected – following a July return of more than $7 million below projections.