As the legislative session winds down, House and Senate leaders reached a compromise on the business personal property tax.
Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis, says opponents of the state's proposed amendment to ban same-sex marriage offered money for someone to challenge him in a primary.
The General Assembly could decide to use $400 million it set aside last year for future transportation projects.
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath says the General Assembly has ignored important topics such as the minimum wage and the gender wage gap.
House Joint Resolution 3 has been moved to a new committee after several members of the original committee said they were undecided on the issue.
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath wants to offer tax breaks to Indiana's top STEM graduates to keep them in the state after graduation.
The bill would create an independent commission in an attempt to make redistricting less partisan.
The Republicans are seeking to reduce a tax on business property and identify how to use $400 million in transportation funding.
Sen. Jim Merritt, R-Indianapolis, plans to sponsor a bill that would boost mandatory minimum sentences for violent crimes.
All four state legislative leaders say an increased emphasis on providing early childhood education will be a key focus of the upcoming session.