The ruling awards $50 million to IBM, which includes some equipment fees. It also says IBM will pay money to the state for breach of contract.
Former Gov. Mitch Daniels wanted to censor historian Howard Zinn in Indiana classrooms, according to emails obtained by the Associated Press.
Legislators say the are ready to get to work with just two months before another showdown, over raising the debt limit and avoiding automatic spending cuts.
The largest group of state workers – around 75 percent – get a three percent raise.
Eventually, the campaign vehicle will wind up in the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart.
The companies pledging jobs Tuesday include a customer service firm, telecommunications companies and food operations.
The grand opening celebrations along the route are closed to the public.
The portrait shows the governor standing in his office, without a suit coat, leaning against a chair and holding a pen in his hand.
The finding could affect sentencing reform efforts in the Statehouse.
The over $2 billion project will relieve traffic congestion for Louisville and southern Indiana.