The leaders of both parties in the Indiana House are among those without a general election challenger yet.
Senator Richard Lugar is continuing to battle Treasurer Richard Mourdock for the Republican nomination.
One author of the statewide smoking ban says the legislation has been butchered by the Senate.
In an effort to pass right-to-work before the Super Bowl, the Senate will hold a committee hearing Monday -- likely with abbreviated public comment.
The Governor is expected to sign into law an enhanced teacher rating system.
Committee fails to produce quorum when considering legislation that would require presidential candidates to show birth certificates to be on an Indiana ballot.
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.
The Indiana Senate is considering a resolution that would require presidential candidates to show an official birth certificate.
The bill lost support from two sides – those who believe a smoking ban constitutes government intrusion and those who want a more comprehensive law.