The Charlestown Republican has represented Clark, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Scott, Switzerland and Washington counties in southern Indiana.
State lawmakers Wednesday heard a lot of support and a few fears about the local impacts of short-term housing rentals through platforms such as Airbnb.
Nearly 1 in 10 Hoosiers have suspended licenses, not because of safety violations, but because of an inability to pay fines.
At a study committee on the issues, regulators said the state may be missing millions in revenue because of fraud – but couldn't say how much they've recouped.
The two-year study committee is tasked with finding ways to modernize Indiana’s complex rules for the sale of beer, wine and liquor.
The black caucus will inform the public about highlights — and lowlights — from the 2017 session
The bill would require doctors to inform women their drug-induced abortions could be reversed, and to say there’s no scientific study to support that claim.
Wolkins says an earlier version of the bill contained confusing language, which prompted dozens of people to testify against it and contact his office.
Some of the wealthiest school districts are awarded a chunk of a $40 million fund for teacher bonuses while most urban schools will get significantly less.
The committee is tasked with studying issues related to illegal immigration.