RFRA supporters say it is meant to protect against the government infringing on religious beliefs.
The Indiana State Department of Health is reporting 72 confirmed HIV cases believed to be linked to the intravenous use of a prescription drug.
The legislature would now have to pass another bill next year to authorize the boxes.
Although he has been a stalwart Republican through a turbulent generation in Washington, Coats seems less at home in the hyper-partisan world of Congress today.
Sophomore guard Stanford Robinson has requested a release from his athletic scholarship to transfer to an institution closer to his home.
A contaminated ground water plume in the west central part of the city contains high levels of vinyl chloride.
There are two nearly identical bills, one each in the House and Senate, on the issue, both receiving unanimous support.
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.
Three Syrian families have come to Indiana. A total of 2,000 are expected to arrive in the U.S. this fiscal year.
Education policymakers are in the midst of deciding which standardized test Indiana students will take, and how much they will cost.