Marion Superior Judge James Osborn says the separation of powers doctrine forbids the courts from getting involved in legislative affairs.
The state's 150 legislators could meet this summer for a one-day technical session, which has been scheduled for June 8.
Legislators could convene for a one-day session in June. Read more in our morning roundup.
The 2015 legislative session ended Wednesday. As the General Assembly leaves the Statehouse, Hoosiers are reflecting on what lawmakers accomplished this year.
The new regulations are legislators’ latest effort to reduce human trafficking in the state.
Legislators prepare to wrap up the 2015 legislative session, and the DNR is seeing a decline in yearly deer harvests. Read more in today's headline roundup.
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?
State Senator Luke Kenley says funding the 21st Century Scholarship Program is important to reach college success in the state.
The mayor joins Jeff Quyle, Morgan County Councilman and Matt Greller, Indiana Association of Cities and Towns Director on the panel.
House Minority Leader Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City, says he will also look for opportunities to work with the GOP.