Several officials agreed maintaining existing transportation systems would be as important, if not more, than new additions.
The Hoosier State’s private sector rebounded from August job losses to add 6,600 jobs last month.
The ACLU of Indiana filed the lawsuit, saying the law violated the First Amendment, but the state maintained it was trying to prevent voter fraud.
The group of scientists says the governor's administration needs to take action on climate change.
GOP lawmakers are enthusiastic about the idea of devoting more money to help improve the state’s infrastructure, but they aren’t fully embracing the plan.
The move comes after an enthusiastic response from the State Budget Committee.
Commissioner Brandye Hendrickson told lawmakers Thursday INDOT needs about $250 million more a year to maintain adequate road conditions.
The Hoosier Environmental Council has long been concerned about the effect of the roughly 8,000 outdoor wood boilers across the state.
The ACLU says an Indiana law barring voters from taking pictures of their ballot in the voting booth violates the First Amendment.
Pence is adding $3.5 million back into a program for which lawmakers slashed funding during session earlier this year.