Indiana legislators discussed Wednesday whether the state should place tighter restraints on the use of seclusion rooms for special needs children.
Despite health concerns, public interest in legalizing the sale of unpasteurized milk remains high.
Selling raw milk for human consumption is illegal in Indiana, but a committee is studying the law further this summer.
Some parents have alleged the Department of Child Services has not provided enough preventative services to mentally challenged children.
Zoeller previously worked as the chief deputy to his predecessor, Attorney General Steve Carter.
Several key members of the legislature are retiring this year, including two from the House Ways and Means Committee.
Bills including the police entry bill and the statewide smoking ban have not been reconciled in the legislature.
The Senate has approved a bill listing out the situations in which a resident can resist police entry.
A bill allowing people to use force against police illegally entering their homes took a step closer to the governor’s desk Thursday.
The bill directs the state Fire Marshall’s office to develop regulations for outdoor stage equipment within 60 days.