The caucus’ top priorities include a long-term road funding plan, replacing the ISTEP test and addressing vaping liquid regulations.
Just one day after shrugging off questions about a controversial abortion ban bill, House Speaker Brian Bosma dampened any enthusiasm over its chances.
Legislative leaders laid out their vision for the upcoming session as newly elected and reelected lawmakers were sworn in.
Republican legislative leaders shrugged off questions about potential legislation banning all abortion.
Democrat and Republican leaders at the Statehouse agree – a long-term road funding plan will be the General Assembly’s top priority in 2017.
An Indiana Senate study committee on immigration kicks off next week with the first of six meetings that will be held throughout the summer.
The LGBT rights debate ended this session before it even got a vote in the Senate.
The bill does give local governments some ability to raise taxes for road improvements.
The Senate remains opposed to the House GOP's road funding plan. House Republicans propose increasing gas and cigarette taxes to create long-term road funding.
Several members of the Senate Appropriations Committee seem skeptical about proposal’s tax increases.