The Republicans are seeking to reduce a tax on business property and identify how to use $400 million in transportation funding.
The legislature will not convene Monday as originally planned because of the low temperatures and heavy snow.
Legislators plan to debate a range of issues from a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage to a tax on office furniture.
The legislature failed to pass a measure last session that would have created a preschool pilot program.
The trusts provide asset protection from creditors and allow property to be kept in trusts past the typical 90-year window.
Legislators heard from rehabilitation center officials and ex-convicts on how best to reduce recidivism as they overhaul the state's criminal code.
Public sector unions are asking the legislature to stop plans to shift control of a part of the state’s public employees’ pension system to a private company.
The budget passed this year allocates an additional $1.1 million to encourage recycling in Indiana.
Some business leaders say a state constitutional ban on same sex marriage would stymie their efforts to recruit top talent.
The interest rate on new student loans are doubling Monday to 6.8 percent.