The temporary change to the H-1B visa program would halt “premium processing,” which speeds up visa applications for foreign, highly skilled workers.
The Senate kicked off budget hearings, a committee approved a college immunization bill and the Indiana House Speaker reacted to the federal health care bill.
At Indiana University, in the past decade, the number of students self-identifying as having autism has increased tenfold.
Rep. Ron Bacon's bill is primarily aimed at out-of-state students.
Some public university presidents expressed concerns over funding increases and the state's performance funding formula for higher education.
It's promising news for Indiana factories where many skilled, long-time workers are nearing retirement.
An email Ferguson wrote to university officials in March 2015 claims the board chairman micromanaged him on many issues.
A small group of public and private colleges say they’ll waive fees and evaluate credits earned by ITT students.
The chain has been the subject of state and federal investigations focusing on its recruiting and accounting practices.
ITT spokeswoman Nicole Elam said in an email the company has "voluntarily suspended new student enrollment as we assess our options."