The General Assembly this week hit the halfway mark of its 2015 session, approving several major bills and killing off another.
The proposed House bill set a goal for the state to have 80 percent of 13 -15 year olds vaccinated against HPV by 2020.
The measure would allow the city's redevelopment council to create a single, unified urban TIF district.
The bill calls for the state’s courts and police to update the database pharmacies use to track sales of over-the-counter of cold and allergy medication.
Sen. Ron Alting, R-Lafayette, says the amended legislation is the result of a compromise between alcohol wholesalers and microbreweries.
The gaming bill would allow riverboats to move on land and would give casinos a 10 percent tax credit for new construction.
House Bill 1016 would give parents one last option before abandoning their newborns by placing their baby in a Safe Haven Baby Box.
The controversial bill limits state and local governments from infringing on Hoosiers’ religious practices.
Mayor Greg Goodnight explains why he doesn't think changes to the school funding formula will benefit Kokomo schools.
Democrats voted against the budget, saying changes to the state's education funding formula will hurt many public schools.