GED teachers worry students will have trouble passing the new test, which will be computerized, test higher-level literacy and math skills, and cost more money.
The legislature says it is prepared to make permanent the regulations created after the Indiana State Fair stage collapse.
The current budget passed by the House cuts $3 million from the health department's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation program.
The Indiana Department of Transportation recently awarded a 58-million dollar contract for construction on the road between 146th Street and 169th Street.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles will still have final say in which plates are issued.
The vacant Elkhart Armory building was constructed in 1885 and sits on the Elkhart River, near the city’s downtown.
High corn prices and low supply caused by the 2012 drought have prompted some farmers in the Southeast to consider planting more corn.
The bill was proposed following the high-profile deaths of two Anderson K-9s last summer after a shootout involving police and suspects.
Under the Affordable Care Act, employers with fifty or more employees will need to provide health insurance to those working more than 30 hours per week.
The GED Testing Service will administer a new, harder exam starting on January 1, 2014.