House Republicans made a change to their road funding bill that would open a $600 million hole in the next state budget.
January’s Indiana tax collections dipped just below expected levels for the first time in three months.
Some doctors support a bill requiring abortion providers tell patients their medication-induced abortions could be reversed; others call it medically unsound.
A House committee debated a series of firearm regulations, including one to allow people protected by restraining orders to carry a handgun without a license.
Legislation preventing local governments from banning short-term rentals such as Airbnb failed to garner enough votes to pass on the House floor.
A House committee approved a bill to provide immunity to anyone who breaks into a vehicle to rescue an animal from a hot car.
House Democrats unveiled their road funding plan, billing it “No New Taxes.” Instead, Democrats want to halt future tax cuts to help pay for their plan.
Future state funding for the Hoosier State Rail Line is in question after the state severed its contract with private partner Iowa Pacific Holdings.
A House committee changed legislation that bans direct sales by auto manufacturers to essentially grandfather in electric car maker Tesla.
Rep. Greg Steuerwald’s (R-Danville) would create a fund to pay each exonerated person $25,000 for every year spent behind bars.