The governor’s Regional Cities Initiative is aimed at fostering greater collaboration in economic development and community improvement around the state.
The bill requires legislators to disclose more information about their business interests.
Members of the Indiana Pastors Alliance promise they won't forget the Republicans who "capitulated" to the LGBT community during the religious freedom debate.
With only three days left in session, lawmakers are crafting a final version of the budget, and doing so with less money than they’d planned.
Sen. Brent Waltz, R-Indianapolis, authored an amendment to the ethics bill that would mandate greater transparency of legislators’ stock holdings.
As the 2015 session nears its end, the IEDC made a final push for more funding for the Regional Cities initiative and INDOT Commissioner Karl Browning resigned.
Freedom Indiana, initially formed in 2013 to oppose the constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage, re-emerged this session in the battle around RFRA.
The governor’s proposed budget puts $42 million a year towards the IEDC project. The House and Senate scaled that back to $10 million a year.
When the gaming bill left the House, it allowed racinos to replace some electronic games with tables that have live dealers.
The Hoosier unemployment rate fell one-tenth of a percent to 5.8 percent in March, the second month in a row the rate went down.