The General Assembly this week hit the halfway mark of its 2015 session, approving several major bills and killing off another.
Democrats voted against the budget, saying changes to the state's education funding formula will hurt many public schools.
Gov. Pence's proposed budget kept nearly 13 percent of state revenue in reserve. But in their budget proposal House Republicans kept reserves below 12 percent.
Indiana Republicans are introducing their proposed budget on the House floor this week. It includes a boost to education funding.
The man behind the House Republican budget says his caucus’ proposed budget will include more money spent on education than ever before in state history.
Gov. Mike Pence’s budget cut would eliminate the Indiana State Library's genealogy department, and an online database known as INSPIRE.
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath’s problem with the budget process lies in a power of the governor’s called reversion.
Indiana's Constitution already says the state cannot pass a law that creates debt.
Pence's budget proposal to the general assembly includes education initiatives, bicentennial projects and money for community corrections.
State leaders say they’re cautiously optimistic about Indiana’s fiscal future.