The Chamber of Commerce says it will push for Sunday alcohol sales during the upcoming legislative session.
The state still awaits word on its proposed healthcare expansion plan known as HIP 2.0.
Leaders of all four legislative caucuses say it's an issue that rises above political party lines.
A legislative study committee recommends permitting riverboats to move on land and installing table games with live dealers at racinos.
Even if President Obama advances reform through executive action, Congressional action may still be necessary.
More than 16 percent of Hoosier pregnant women report smoking — double the national average.
The tax on business equipment generates $1 billion a year for local governments.
About 75 percent of all military veterans returning to the workforce leave their jobs in the first two years.
The senator says recent GOP victories will allow lawmakers to advance alternatives to President Obama's proposals.
The United Way report shows more than a third of Indiana households live below the federal poverty level, or can't afford the basic cost of living.