Lawmakers debated road funding in a conference committee hearing as lawmakers approach the end of this session’s debate
The Senate remains opposed to the House GOP's road funding plan. House Republicans propose increasing gas and cigarette taxes to create long-term road funding.
A senate committee was proposing legislation that would have barred Tesla from direct sales. A summer study committee plans to look more at the issue.
Lawmakers from both parties said they were going to make road funding a priority this session.
The words “streamline” and “simplify” came up a lot during the hearing.
The Airport Authority is delaying a vote on the proposed medical complex until it can "further process community feedback and have additional conversations."
Legislators are no longer considering bonds to fund the state's $1 billion road plan and the Senate has backed off plans to eliminate the automatic tax refund.
More than a dozen Indiana counties are under a travel advisory.
Several members of the Senate Appropriations Committee seem skeptical about proposal’s tax increases.
Legislators are advancing a bill that would help schools fund busing; access to police body cam footage is debated; and snow on the way.