The Indiana Chamber of Commerce announced Monday its 2013 legislative priorities, including protecting education reform and tightening unemployment benefits.
A study committee approved Wednesday the recommendations it is making to the legislature regarding an overhaul of the state's criminal code.
Representative Ralph Foley and Senator Richard Bray have led the legislature’s work on criminal code evaluation for years, but both are retiring this fall.
The General Assembly passed legislation authorizing the state Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission to develop temporary stage equipment regulations.
The finding could affect sentencing reform efforts in the Statehouse.
If a number of schools in a single district fail, Bennett says the state’s takeover model may be expandable.
Several key members of the legislature are retiring this year, including two from the House Ways and Means Committee.
Governor Mitch Daniels signed several local government reform bills into law today, but he says those reforms are still not enough.
Assembly passes law in response to court ruling restricting use of force against illegal police entry.
Refunds expected this year, but Assembly changes level of revenue surplus that triggers refunds after 2012.