The state's entire Republican congressional delegation is voting or leaning no, while two of the state's three Democrats remain undecided.
Only three members of Indiana's Congressional delegation voted no on the measure. All of them are Democrats.
Donnelly says he’s fearful a group of what he calls “ideologues” will prevent its re-authorization in Congress.
Donnelly and Florida‘s Bill Nelson were the only Democrats to support a two-month extension of the law that allows the NSA to collect data in bulk.
Sen. Joe Donnelly says the package helps ensure military men and women have quality local mental health providers by creating a special designation.
Senator Joe Donnelly's legislation would establish a task force to develop procedures on how police and first responders should handle overdoses.
State and federal authorities must reach a decision before April 30 to save the Hoosier State Line railroad.
The proposed legislation would require the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to provide the best care for mental health conditions.
He says he also wants to know how Obama plans to work with Congress.
Both of Indiana’s U.S. Senators say Congress must work this session to build strong bipartisan support.