Indiana has a statute on its books defining marriage as between a man and a woman, but Terre Haute attorney Jim Bopp said that statute needs further protection.
The legislation originally banned only texting while driving.
An amendment Monday would add placing or receiving telephone calls to the language of a bill banning texting while driving.
The bill assumes participants in agritourism events understand the risks associated with whatever activity they’re engaged in.
Indiana law enforcement officials may soon be able to stop people purely on suspicion of being illegal aliens.
The Senate moved forward on a bill Monday that would change licensing requirements for teachers in charter schools.
The Indiana Senate’s Corrections Committee has begun discussion on a bill which addresses criminal sentencing reform.
It appears the first bill to reach the Governor’s desk this legislative session may be one requiring that vote centers be used in all Indiana counties.
Governor Mitch Daniels has joined leaders of the Indiana House and Senate in closing down state operations.
This week may have seen the first of a series of skirmishes illustrating the gulf between minority Democrats and the Republican majority in the Statehouse.