Indiana Department of Workforce Development says it must stop distributing federal unemployment benefits because of uncertainty surrounding sequestration.
The Indiana Senate has voted in favor of a convention to consider constitutional amendments that would rein in federal spending.
Federal unemployment benefits will go away for many Indiana residents if there is no deal to extend them by Saturday.
Their federal lawsuit claims administrators blamed Young for the bullying for being too flamboyant.
The Supreme Court ruled at the end of June that unwarranted arrests of suspected violators of immigration laws are unconstitutional.
Jackson County Community Provisions has been out of compliance with TEFAP regulations because volunteers invite those receiving aid to pray.
The principle issue before the justices is whether people be required to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional.
Individuals in Clark, Jefferson, Ripley, Scott, Warrick and Washington counties will have access to federal funding to help recover from the devastation.
Indiana managed more than $400 million in Community Development Block Grants after some of the states' natural disasters in 2008.
The subcommittee hoped to sit down with INDOT and FHWA to hammer out a deal that would allow the MPO to approve I-69.