Under current law, anyone buying alcohol must be asked to show identification.
The bill would shift authority to approve public-private partnership, or P3, projects from the state legislature to the governor.
A bill would implement a system at pharmacies to track sales of products containing ephedrine and pseudoephedrine.
The bill allows people to carry a handgun without a license if they’re attending a firearms-related event.
Republicans lowered a cap on the number of vouchers available to 7,500 in the first year and 15,000 in the second year.
Cicero Representative Eric Turner, the bill’s author, says the amendment would open a huge loophole.
Walkout ends after a month long standoff between Republicans and Democrats over a number of pieces of legislation.
The legislation passed out of the House by overwhelming majority, but died once it reached the Senate and its sponsor was not re-elected back to office.
Senate Minority Leader Vi Simpson said she believes the public meetings are merely partisan efforts.
Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma says time is up for House Democrats to return to the Statehouse.