A Senate committee killed the RFRA rewrite bill early Wed. Debate on the LGBT rights-religious liberty balance advances in a different committee late Wed.
The private sector added more than 50,000 jobs in 2015.
The bill places the burden of proof on the public or press if police refuse to release video. The amendment would have placed the burden of proof on the police.
The committee discussed three bills – one requires people to be a patient-of-record with a pharmacy in order to have unfettered access to pseudoephedrine.
The first two bills signed this session are education measures, and two bills that have failed in past years made it through the Senate.
Hunting preserve legislation appears headed for success after years of failing in the legislature.
This economic development program aims to encourage cooperation across city and county lines.
The bill would give birth mothers the power to determine the level of contact they feel comfortable with.
The plan includes raising both the gas and cigarette taxes.
Counties across Indiana are losing money as property tax assessments shrink for big box stores.