Bosma says, ‘”yes, there were compromises”, but, the public collective bargaining bill is "very much alive and well."
State lawmakers wasted no time once Democrats returned to the capital Monday following a five-week walkout.
Walkout ends after a month long standoff between Republicans and Democrats over a number of pieces of legislation.
The Senate Appropriations Committee added two amendments to the charter school bill.
Right to Work committees began an ad campaign aimed at pressuring the Governor and the Speaker to bring back Democrats and vote on Right to Work legislation.
The House still needs a quorum to do official business.
A Democrat who was part of his party’s 1995 walkout says it may be time to call on a panel of mediators to help bring Democratic House members back.
Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma says time is up for House Democrats to return to the Statehouse.
Bauer said the conversation returned the two sides to where they were last week after Bauer visited the Statehouse.
As the third week of the Indiana Democrat hold-out begins, the House remains unable to do business.