Donnelly says after hearing the pope speak about the Golden Rule, he hopes every member of Congress thinks about treating others as they’d like to be treated.
Donnelly says he’s read through the agreement “a couple times” but still can’t say how he’ll vote.
The state's entire Republican congressional delegation is voting or leaning no, while two of the state's three Democrats remain undecided.
Sen. Dan Coats will preside over the vote which would strip federal dollars from Planned Parenthood and move them to community health centers.
President Obama announced Tuesday that administration officials have reached a deal limiting Iran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting sanctions.
Sen. Dan Coats' is retiring in 2016, prompting several candidates to seek his seat.
Congressman Todd Young is the third Republican to enter the race for Sen. Dan Coats' seat.
Daniels says he thinks private funding could be a key component of the nation's search for infrastructure dollars.
Hill said in a statement that he’ll fight to restore the American Dream, the middle class, and to build an economy where everyone has the chance to succeed
Congressman Marlin Stutzman's opponent, former state GOP Chair Eric Holcomb, seems to have the monetary advantage with strong ties to the business community.