The legislation prohibits local governments from establishing ordinances regulating firearms…instead leaving that authority to the state and federal government.
Bill sponsor Luke Kenley said the Senate stayed true to its goal of creating a budget that would not raise taxes or lead to deficit spending.
The amendment allows citizens to sue if their representatives fail to show up for session more than three consecutive days without an excused absence.
Part of the legislation now includes canceling all state contracts with facilities providing abortions…and one of those contracts is Medicaid.
The Indiana Senate is considering a resolution that would require presidential candidates to show an official birth certificate.
The legislation shifts authority to the governor to appoint a replacement when statewide office holders are determined to be ineligible.
Daniels is planning to allocate $150 million in unexpected revenue to education.
Opponents of the bill say it will drain money from the traditional public school system.
Hoosier prosecutors are firing back at Governor Daniels‘ threat to veto their bill requiring longer sentences for the most violent offenders.
Under current law, anyone buying alcohol must be asked to show identification.