House Republicans and Governor Mike Pence have not seen eye-to-eye on a proposed 10-percent income tax cut.
A majority House vote ended the Democrat budget proposal aimed at K-12 funding and progressive tax cut.
Democratic lawmakers called out the GOP on Friday, saying they have to stop sidestepping the issue.
The legislation would allow local school boards to hire a superintendent who does not hold a superintendent’s license or a teacher’s license.
Scott Pelath says Mike Pence needs to provide a more detailed vision on job creation.
A two-year moratorium would not just delay but kill a proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage.
Following an acrimonious change in leadership at the end of 2012, House Democrats enter the 2013 legislative session with a new representative in charge.
As the General Assembly convenes today, members look forward to seeing eye to eye on more issues.
Because the GOP has a supermajority in House of Representatives, Democrats must unify if they want to push through any of their initiatives.
Leaders preach bipartisanship as Indiana faces legislative challenges.