A House committee debated a series of firearm regulations, including one to allow people protected by restraining orders to carry a handgun without a license.
The legislation didn't advance during the 2016 session, but supporters believe this time could be different.
A bill that would allow legislative staffers to carry guns passed the Senate and now moves to the House.
The bill passed along party lines and advances to the Senate floor.
The bill would allow those with alcohol-related convictions in the past three years to purchase firearms.
A proposal in the Indiana House would get rid of the state law that requires a permit to carry a handgun.
The attorney general of Virginia decided to repeal that state's concealed carry reciprocity with Indiana.
The measure could face a veto from the mayor's office.
Starting July 1, Indiana residents will be able to manufacture, sell, or possess short-barreled shotguns with some restrictions.
Federal law allows people to manufacture, sell, and own sawed-off shotguns, also known as short barrel shotguns, but Indiana law does not.