Legislation passed this session eliminates the Energizing Indiana Program, which was designed to encourage energy efficiency programs.
Gov. Mike Pence signed legislation today that requires the state to study the "return on investment" of career and technical education programs.
The governor wants to spend the money in the Major Moves fund, but the Senate Appropriations chair says he wants lawmakers to first define how it would be used.
Governor Mike Pence wants to reinsert the second sentence of the marriage amendment so that it could go to voters for approval this fall.
Many Democrats saw the U.S. attorney as a promising candidate for several possible positions, including Indianapolis mayor, governor and U.S. Senator.
More than 260 companies made job commitments in 2013 worth more than $2 billion.
The former Indiana House speaker had planned on being the Democratic Party's gubernatorial nominee in the next election.
The governor says his administration is still in talks with the federal government over whether Indiana can use the Healthy Indiana Plan to expand Medicaid.
The mission marks Mike Pence's first overseas trip to Japan as governor.
Governor Mike Pence named four people to the 16-person Indiana Career Council on Tuesday and the group's first major progress report is due in December.