Indiana’s existing vaping regulations created a de facto monopoly, forcing dozens of manufacturers to shut down or move.
The legislation creates grants to incentivize new and existing businesses to create more fresh food options.
Some e-liquid manufacturers say the bill would pave the way for their return to the state.
The major road funding measure cleared its first hurdle, a government pay raise bill came and went, and a House committee approved syringe exchange legislation.
A Republican State Senator is backing off a proposed bill to significantly increase pay for statewide elected officials.
Senate lawmakers want to give statewide officeholders, including the governor, a pay raise.
Indiana's vaping law has given seven producers control of the Indiana market and one security firm the authority to certify the producers.
The caucus’ top priorities include a long-term road funding plan, replacing the ISTEP test and addressing vaping liquid regulations.
More than 1,600 delegates chose nominees for Governor, Lt. Governor, State Superintendent and Attorney General at the Indiana Republican Party convention.
Legislators have just eight session days left, and they still need to resolve some of the biggest issues.