Gov. Pence outlined his 2014 legislative goals yesterday, which include suggestions for education policy and ways to improve Indiana's economy.
Despite GOP assurances to the contrary, the House Minority Leader's prediction comes as Glenda Ritz battles with the State Board of Education.
Republican leaders say the decision to move forward on the amendment will be made internally by House and Senate Republican caucuses.
Legislators heard from rehabilitation center officials and ex-convicts on how best to reduce recidivism as they overhaul the state's criminal code.
A new state law requires Indiana high schools to take steps to make sure students are ready for college-level coursework.
Laws the General Assembly passed this year include a biennial budget, school safety measures and initiatives aimed at boosting career education.
During the last session of the General Assembly, a bill requiring all school buses to have seat belts by 2015 did not pass.
Democrats say the most pressing healthcare issues the state faces aren’t on the committee’s agenda.
State lawmakers say putting the “ag-gag” bill in a summer study committee could help pass the measure after dying on the final day of the 2013 session.
The full General Assembly will meet this summer to consider overriding one of Governor Mike Pence’s vetoes.