Some legislators say it’s possible the ban won’t get passed this year.
Why this may be the year the measure finally passes the Senate.
Some say the bill leaves teachers and schools open to costly lawsuits.
The governor’s office declined to comment on whether he’ll sign the bill before the Super Bowl while the legislative process is ongoing.
Though previous reforms have all failed in past sessions, Daniels says he’s more hopeful in 2012.
The Main Street Fairness Act would bring in millions of dollars in tax revenue currently lost to online retailers.
The lawsuit challenging vouchers says the program will unconstitutionally support religious education.
Keown said pharmacies are willing to take some cut, but not one as large as the state made.
Monroe County Sheriff James Kennedy said Indiana gun laws were lax enough before senate bill 506 was signed into law Tuesday.
The governor vetoed the bill because he believes it would violate the Indiana Constitution.