Gov. Pence this week made as many headlines for what he didn’t say as what he did say. And major parts of Pence’s agenda advanced with no resistance.
Straight ticket allows voting for all members of one party with a single box on a ballot. A group of lawmakers is trying to end the practice for a second year.
In the year of the state’s Bicentennial, the court system will seek to be, in her words, more nimble, affordable, accessible and user-friendly.
Indiana's closed adoptions era spanned from 1941 to 1993.
Speaker Bosma says he’s not surprised the governor in his State of the State came out against the House GOP’s plan to raise taxes to fund road improvements.
A Senate committee unanimously advanced Pence’s proposal, while another Senate committee unanimously approved a bill supported by Pence.
Pence has previously hinted Hoosiers would know his stance on LGBT civil rights protections early this year.
Efforts to implement regulations for the industry have failed in previous years.
Lawmakers are proposing a plan to expand the Military Family Relief Fund to include combat veterans who served before 9-11.
Legislation that drastically simplifies the Bureau of Motor Vehicles’ complex registration and fee system will likely advance through the General Assembly.