Indiana's closed adoptions era spanned from 1941 to 1993.
Sen. Brent Steele says, for his last session, he’s going to focus on a few key issues he’s particularly passionate about.
Lawmakers next session will take another pass at legislation opening up records from Indiana’s closed adoptions era.
The bill stalled in a house committee last month and is being bumped as the legislative session nears its end.
Adoptions that took place between 1941 and 1993 were automatically sealed, but the governor's office says it has concerns about releasing the records.
Why some parents are opting their kids out of ISTEP testing, this week at the statehouse and a look back 30 years ago to the Bob Knight chair throwing incident.
The state sealed adoption records from 1941 to 1994.
Gov. Mike Pence announced late Tuesday that the state would resume a subsidy for parents who adopt special needs children from foster care.
Legislation passed this session will give a tax credit to Indiana parents who adopt children.
An adoption tax credit and the formation of an interim study committee are some of the goals in the governor's 2014 legislative agenda.