House Minority leader Scott Pelath (D-Michigan City) and Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) say many of Pence's legislative goals are not being achieved.
A pilot program aimed at providing pre-k for low-income kids was stripped out of a bill Wednesday. The program was replaced with a mandated study of the issue:
A hearing over state funded preschool is scheduled for Wednesday after Governor Pence made it one of his legislative priorities.
The controversial Right To Work law that passed two years ago brought thousands of jobs to the state, according to the Pence Administration.
One of Governor Pence's goals for the 2014 session is to work with the federal government to expand healthcare for low income Hoosiers.
Governor Pence is starting to publicly suggest options for phasing out the state’s business personal property tax, the tent pole of his 2014 legislative agenda.
Boeing is considering proposals from 22 states for a location to build a new aircraft facility.
Medicaid expansion advocacy groups rallied at the Statehouse yesterday to appeal to legislators returning for Organization Day to expand Medicaid in Indiana.
The unveiling marks Toyota Industrial Equipment Manufacturing's 12th expansion since it begun operations in 1990.
The governor says he hopes the new center will allow for greater cooperation in education and career development efforts.