The Indiana House Republican Caucus is facing a lawsuit over its decision to withhold e-mails shared between one of its members and several utility companies.
The Senate Education committee passed a bill that would allow holiday celebrations in the classroom.
Leaders of all four legislative caucuses say it's an issue that rises above political party lines.
Some Indiana lawkmakers are going to spend the summer looking at ways to assist the medical device industry, one of the strongest industries in the state.
Changes made to the Indiana Criminal code set to take effect this summer will place a renewed emphasis on Community Corrections.
Legislation passed this sessions builds upon a law created in 2012.
The approved legislation releases $200 million right away but requires state budget committee approval for the second $200 million.
Tax revenues were more than $38 million below projections in January, putting the state about $35 million off expectations for the fiscal year.
Two state bills aim to increase efficiency in higher education in Indiana, and some Indiana University faculty members are concerned about the consequences.
The state superintendent will co-chair a panel appointed by her office, the governor’s office and state lawmakers in re-writing Indiana's A-F system.