Incoming House Ethics Committee Chairwoman Susan Brooks (R-Ind.) said in a statement the reforms are "worthy of discussion and debate."
A policy expert says laws need to be looked at after a recently-retired lawmaker took a job for a vaping company that benefited from a law he supported.
Details were found in an Office of Congressional Ethics report, which concluded the trip appears to have been "for personal purposes."
The details of the settlement will be released after the State Ethics Commission considers it Thursday.
State lawmakers tackled everything from gaming to the state budget in the 2015 session. Many of the state's 259 new laws take effect July 1.
State agencies are adopting policies about employees using state property for personal use after legislators passed new ethics rules this year.
While the governor meets with top officials from the Centers for Disease Control, proposed ethics reforms are making their way to his desk.
Legislators say they have a unique perspective on issues up for debate at the Statehouse, but could it leave the door open for conflicts of interest?
The bill requires legislators to disclose more information about their business interests.
Sen. Brent Waltz, R-Indianapolis, authored an amendment to the ethics bill that would mandate greater transparency of legislators’ stock holdings.