House Republicans unveiled a budget Friday that spends significantly more than Governor Pence has proposed.
The state House of Representatives will have its first-ever committee hearing on Sunday alcohol sales this week.
A House committee will vote Wednesday on a bill that would allow Marion and Hamilton County voters to decide whether to raise local income taxes.
The governor will likely advocate for the budget he outlined last week, including a 10 percent tax cut.
Speaker Brian Bosma says the differences are emblematic of House and Senate leaders‘ real problem with Pence‘s proposed 10-percent tax cut.
The legislation would provide grant money for children whose families' incomes are at 185 percent of the poverty level or less to go to preschool.
State legislative leaders say their meeting Monday with Governor Mike Pence was short on specifics but laid a good foundation for work ahead.
Legislators are still trying to match their own agenda with governor-elect Mike Pence as they prepare for him to take office Monday.
A two-year moratorium would not just delay but kill a proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage.
Lawmakers suggested more bipartisanship might be possible in 2011, too, before the session became bogged down in a partisan debate which ended in a walkout.