Giant Eagle, Inc., a Pittsburgh-based grocer, wants to demolish the century-old church and build a convenience store and gas station in its place.
House Speaker Brian Bosma says he anticipates making infrastructure a primary focus the next two sessions.
With the primary a day away, Democratic mayoral candidates John Hamilton and Darryl Neher say voters are worried about Bloomington losing its character.
The budget has language authorizing INDOT to fund the rail line if the Hoosier State Line goes forward.
The resolution would prohibit the legislature from spending more than it collects in taxes. It passed both chambers with bipartisan support.
The bill allows riverboats to move inland, makes a variety of tax changes, and permits racetrack casinos to ask for live dealers beginning in March of 2021.
Senate fiscal leader Luke Kenley says the budget reserves are a little less than the 12 percent level they'd been aiming for.
John Gregg said in February that he was considering a possible 2016 run for Indiana governor.
Last year only 13 percent of registered Indiana voters went to the polls for May’s primary election – the lowest number for the state in more than two decades.
With only three days left in session, lawmakers are crafting a final version of the budget, and doing so with less money than they’d planned.