The light rail component of the transit bill is still dividing many legislators in the final weeks of the session.
The full Senate will likely vote on the measure this week.
The expansion would be funded through rider fees and corporate and employment taxes.
A proposed bill in the Senate would eliminate gun buyback programs in the state.
Two bills regarding moped rules and regulations will potentially be combined this session.
Rep. Ron Alting, R-Lafayette, is proposing a tax cut to military salaries, but the bill faces a tough battles in the legislature.
After hours of testimony before a House committee, a vote on the same sex marriage amendment, HJR-3, was postponed.
Rep. Jim Lucas’, R-Seymour, proposed legislation would lower the penalty of carrying a gun on school property from a level six felony to a class A misdemeanor.
Legislators are considering measures regarding same-sex marriage, state-funded preschool and trespassing on agricultural facilities.
Legislators renamed House Joint Resolution 6 to HJR-3 and filed a companion bill that permits existing private sector benefits.