A federal judge seemed skeptical of some of the state’s arguments for upholding broad portions of the legislation passed this year.
Indiana tax collections surged above expectations in May as the state heads into the final month of the fiscal year.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced his selection of Wabash County Judge Christopher Goff to join the bench.
Indiana convenience stores want Hoosiers to hear directly from them on the need for changes to the state’s alcohol laws.
Indiana will have a new Supreme Court justice in the next three weeks when Gov. Eric Holcomb makes his pick.
Indiana can’t use its preferred choice of lethal injection drug after the state Court of Appeals ruled it didn’t use the proper rulemaking procedure.
Voting rights groups say Hoosiers could be improperly thrown off Indiana’s voter rolls under a bill set to take effect next month.
The state Supreme Court heard arguments over whether a Department of Child Services caseworker’s lawsuit against the agency will move forward.
The pending closure of two Indiana-based grocery store chains and debates among Indiana Republicans mean the problem doesn’t have an easy solution.
Controversy this past session over convenience stores obtaining alcohol carryout permits prompted the creation of the alcohol law study commission.