Legislation is headed to the governor that eliminates many of the state’s monopoly-creating, vaping regulations.
House and Senate authors of new vaping regulations say they’re in 99 percent agreement on the bill as the session’s end draws near.
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.