The amendments limit the number of needles a program can give out and stipulate programs must collect more data about their members, among other things.
Indiana lawmakers may require schools to provide more information about a controversial practice: secluding and restraining children.
Indiana is one of 28 states suing the Environmental Protection Agency over the Clean Power Plan, which President Donald Trump began rolling back Tuesday.
Many opponents say the original bill was unconstitutional. Lawmakers amended the proposal to address those concerns.
Legislation regulating e-liquids has gotten complicated as a House committee struggles to impose rules on the industry while avoiding constitutionality issues.
Senate lawmakers put their own stamp on this session’s comprehensive road funding bill while keeping the measure’s primary tax increase intact.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles would be required to offer Hoosiers the chance to register to vote more often under legislation approved by a Senate committee.
The Solarize Bloomington initiative aims to give residents a discounted rate on purchasing solar panels.
A Senate committee approved a controversial bill Monday that would change the Superintendent of Public Instruction from an elected position to an appointed one.
A Senate committee approved legislation to ensure Indiana’s presidential electors don’t go rogue.
Jeff Cardwell was an aide to Pence in the Indiana governor's office before Pence picked him to head the state GOP in 2015.