Governor Pence signs a controversial abortion bill, we run through a slew of other bills he signed into law and a remembrance for Sheriff Deputy Carl Koontz.
Pence says his administration has been working for years to correct errors and problems at the BMV.
Pro-life groups say the legislation prevents discrimination against Hoosiers with disabilities, but some doctors say the bill has dangerous implications.
Pence says the bills will expand benefits and opportunities for Indiana’s military servicemembers and veterans.
The General Assembly passed HB 1395, which scraps the ISTEP+ by July 1, 2017 and replace it with a new assessment that students will take in Spring 2018.
The legislative session comes to an end, how early is too early for students to start class and a tree on the statehouse lawn has quite the story behind it.
Lawmakers did not pass a comprehensive long-term road funding package this year or LGBT anti-discrimination legislation.
The 2016 legislative adjourned last night. Brandon Smith is getting reaction from lawmakers and the governor today about what they did and did not accomplish.
Legislators have just eight session days left, and they still need to resolve some of the biggest issues.
Marion Superior Judge James Osborn says the separation of powers doctrine forbids the courts from getting involved in legislative affairs.