Gov. Eric Holcomb called events in Charlottesville – in which a woman was killed when a car plowed into a crowd of counter protesters – “sickening.”
Indiana State Senator Luke Kenley, one of the most influential lawmakers at the Statehouse, will retire later this year after 25 years in office.
Controversy this past session over convenience stores obtaining alcohol carryout permits prompted the creation of the alcohol law study commission.
Communities have a lot of road repairs, and the new money won’t cover all of them. So local leaders now have to make choices.
The House advanced a bill to the governor to make the Superintendent of Public Instruction an appointed, rather than elected position.
The governor and some Senate Republicans say they prefer to hold off on a cigarette tax increase.
The controversy over Ricker’s convenience stores’ ability to sell cold beer and hard alcohol grew more contentious.
The Senate GOP budget leaves out key priorities of Governor Eric Holcomb’s. But the Senate budget did include two Holcomb initiatives dismissed by the House.
Senate Republicans rolled out their version of the budget bill, one that diverges from the House budget in a few key areas.
Indiana legislators are trying to close a loophole that's allowed a convenience store to sell cold beer, a right reserved for liquor stores and restaurants.