The new regulations apply to wood coming from all counties in the state. Old regulations affected only firewood from certain counties.
A judge ruled Thursday that INDOT does have a right to be on the land, even though it is owned by a private citizen.
Committee Chairman John Graham says the recommendations are aimed at cost-cutting and government efficiency as ordered by state lawmakers last year.
The IURC will decide whether Duke customers must pay for close to a billion dollars in cost overruns.
Congressman Young says Friday's audience shares his concerns about regulation at the national level.
A report from Purdue University’s State Utility Forecasting Group predicts electricity rates in Indiana will go up 20 percent in just the next six years.
One farm safety expert says the agricultural industry is having trouble breaking through that plateau.
The Bloomington City Council decided in August to lower the speed limit on neighborhood roads since a federal mandate required signs to be replaced.
The National Center on Accessibility’s study says some surfaces may put children with disabilities be particularly at risk.