Indiana's population grew by an estimated 20,285 residents in 2015.
U.S. Census Bureau officials met with the Indiana Elections Study Committee Tuesday.
A year-long needle exchange for Scott County is expected to get approved today; most big cities in Indiana are growing. Read more in our morning roundup.
Recent Census data show Indianapolis, Ft. Wayne, Evansville and South Bend all showed large population shifts.
According to a USDA Census released last week, Indiana farms and farmland are decreasing.
Representative Milo Smith plans to introduce a bill establishing an independent commission tasked with redrawing district lines for each census.
Most notably, the Hispanic population has soared in the past decade, and experts expect it will continue to rise.
The census collects information on production and acreage, as well as energy sources, organic operations, and specialty crops and livestock.
The redistricting resolution excludes the 3,200 inmates in Terre Haute's federal prison.
Brown, Floyd, Marion, Monroe and Vanderburgh counties have a higher percent of same-sex households than the national average.