The Obama administration is delaying the requirement that employers offer health care to their workers until 2015.
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) voted for the legislation Thursday, but Sen. Dan Coats (R-Indiana) voted against it.
The bill is named after a Farmland, Indiana native who died four years ago after returning from service overseas.
In a statement released on his Facebook page, Senator Joe Donnelly said he opposes amending both the Indiana and U.S. constitutions to ban same-sex marriage.
Sen. Joe Donnelly says the office will help veterans with questions they have about federal benefits.
Last year, more combat troops took their own life than died in combat in Afghanistan.
Senator Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) says he wants more flexibility in where cuts must happen, while Governor Mike Pence says the state is planning where to cut.
Indiana stands to get over $16 million to fund services and programs to assist victims of domestic violence.
Senator Joe Donnelly wants to allocate more federal funding to programs that train people in fields with the highest demand.
During a stop at ThyssenKrupp Presta in Terre Haute, Sen. Joe Donnelly says he is working to pass a bill that would allocate funds to job training.