A push to allow grocery and convenience stores to sell cold beer was dealt Wednesday what’s likely a death blow for the 2018 session.
The amendment means new facilities must go before the board of zoning for approval. Officials say that will add transparency and allow for more public input.
It’s been nearly three decades since Hoosiers elected a Democrat as Secretary of State.
A bill to legalize Sunday alcohol sales took a step closer to passage in the House Wednesday as a committee approved the measure 12-1.
The former director of Indiana's child welfare agency is joining the state attorney general's staff nearly a month after she quit her state post.
Health and business leaders called on the legislature Tuesday to support House Bill 1380 at a rally.
Mayor Hamilton says city leaders will need to work on developing the outer areas of the hospital's current footprint as well.
The Senate unanimously passed legislation to expand locations where baby boxes can be used, even as some senators express concerns surrounding the devices.
The hemp extract is only legal for those with treatment resistant epilepsy. Legislators are considering a number of bills to increase access to the substance.
A House committee cautiously began debate on a bill that would force more than three hundred townships across the state to consolidate.