After lawmakers eliminated the Energizing Indiana program, Governor Mike Pence says the state needs to rethink its energy strategy.
After abolishing the Energizing Indiana program, Governor Pence is calling for the creation of a new energy efficiency program.
Gov. Mike Pence signed legislation giving a tax credit to families who adopt, hoping Indiana can be one of the most pro-adoption states in the country.
Governor Pence signed a bill that will allow six central Indiana counties to vote on expanding mass transit.
A petition on change.org asking the governor to change the statute of limitation on sexual assaults in Indiana gathered more than 1,000 signatures in four days.
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.