The bill says traditional public and charter schools can not discriminate against students or parents because of their religious beliefs.
Former governor Mike Pence vetoed such a bill two years ago.
Critics argue the legislature is “backsliding” to previous, failed attempts to address the drug epidemic.
The law runs counter to the state’s criminal code reform which aimed to give judges more flexibility to suspend sentences, particularly of drug offenders.
Both the House and Senate have now approved a program that would give utility companies more flexibility when it comes to energy savings.
Darryl Neher says the theme of his campaign will be that Bloomington works better together.
The new website aims to increase transparency of state government, but Democrats say it isn't detailed enough.
Proponents of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are trying to change how the public perceives drones.
Department of Natural Resources officials say carefully managed logging can improve the natural habitat, but critics say the department has economic motives.
A summer study committee will attempt to project how much the Department of Corrections will save once the new system is implemented.