Both are similar to bills advanced last week through Senate committee.
The proposed bill would codify protections from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation but not gender identity.
The bill places the burden of proof on the public or press if police refuse to release video. The amendment would have placed the burden of proof on the police.
The bill raises the amount someone can collect for a single malpractice incident.
The state’s previous ‘move it’ law was eliminated from the criminal code because it charged people with a misdemeanor; lawmakers thought that was too strict.
The House shot down a prescription-only bill targeting pseudoephedrine sales, but two other bills targeting meth production advanced out of Senate committee.
Gov. Pence this week made as many headlines for what he didn’t say as what he did say. And major parts of Pence’s agenda advanced with no resistance.
Legislation introduced Monday says a school may not receive a grade lower than the one it received in the 2013-2014 school year.
Indiana lawmakers are creating a framework for when needle-exchange programs will be allowed in the state.
The bill requires legislators to disclose more information about their business interests.