The bills create regional works councils and a state career council to improve career education in Indiana schools.
The legislation would allow local school boards to hire a superintendent who does not hold a superintendent’s license or a teacher’s license.
The proposed bill would create a state-run healthcare exchange, and expand the state’s Medicaid program to add as many as 400,000 Hoosiers.
The legislature passed the ban last year, but police say they have had a hard time enforcing it.
Republican Senator Randy Head has introduced a bill to start a pilot program to encourage preschool reading programs.
Eligible residents will receive a $290 dollar credit on their winter electric or gas bill.
Under the law, underaged Hoosiers can call an emergency service for an intoxicated friend and not be charged.
Governor Mitch Daniels has signed a bill that allows Indiana residents to resist unlawful police entry.
The Bloomington Police Department says people need to be educated about a bill the governor signed loosening public intoxication laws.
The law gives $80 million to full-day kindergarten, providing enough money for nearly every of-age Hoosier to attend.