Eighteen study committees will study dozens of issues this summer and fall, including education
Senate Republicans said they hoped to study LGBT issues further after last session’s failed legislation.
Citizen advocacy groups filed a lawsuit to gain access to emails between a House Republican legislator and utility companies.
An Indiana Senate study committee on immigration kicks off next week with the first of six meetings that will be held throughout the summer.
One lawmaker accused another of threatening to “bury him” over the bill.
Telemedicine is health care delivered remotely. The bill regulates how much doctors can do, especially in prescribing medication.
The bill would allow alcohol permits at state parks without local input.
Lawmakers debated road funding in a conference committee hearing as lawmakers approach the end of this session’s debate
If signed, the new law would mean smaller chicken farms could sell to restaurants only under certain conditions.
Most children adopted in Indiana from 1941 through 1993 will have access to their birth records under a bill signed into law Friday by Gov. Mike Pence.