The hashtag #BoycottIndiana has been seen on social media and on posters at rallies opposing Indiana’s new religious freedom law that takes effect in July.
After four months without a decrease in unemployment, Indiana’s rate fell below 6 percent in February.
The gaming bill allows riverboats to move on land and includes several tax credits and incentives.
The ordinance requires mobile vendors to remain 50 feet away from restaurants and abide by noise restrictions.
The CEO of Gen Con sent a letter to the governor, pointing out that attendees to the gaming convention in Indianapolis represent many different backgrounds.
Both the House and Senate have now approved a program that would give utility companies more flexibility when it comes to energy savings.
House Bill 1019 would eliminate Indiana’s prevailing wage, a mandatory hourly rate that must be paid to laborers on publicly financed construction projects.
The finalists for the so-called "Oscars of food" are scheduled to be announced Tuesday. Four Indiana chefs are in the running.
The new farm bill includes three crop insurance options for farmers – this is the first time there's been more than one choice.
Over the last two years the state added new jobs in all but five months. But the state’s labor force grew last month, leading to a higher unemployment rate.