Opponents say the public relies on whistleblower activity to promote regulation.
IU is the top seed heading into this week’s Big Ten Conference Tournament at the United Center in Chicago.
More than 15,000 eligible claims were not filed, meaning some residents may have missed out on money which legally was theirs.
Ritz found support from the crowd about changing school testing in Indiana.
Some work study positions will disappear at Indiana University campuses, but the school’s flagship may be spared.
Indiana lawmakers say making the state’s higher education scholarship programs easier to understand and use will help increase graduation rates.
State-inspected meat processing facilities in Indiana must now receive clear test results on their meat products before shipping them.
The bill's author says hunting and fishing rights need to be protected, but opponents worry it would limit state regulation.
The Columbus Police Department is seeking ways to retain its personnel after losing several officers to neighboring police agencies.
Democratic lawmakers called out the GOP on Friday, saying they have to stop sidestepping the issue.