The House Minority Leader is filing to change the bill's second sentence, but isn't sure he will offer the change when the bill goes to the floor next week.
Lawmakers and legal experts disagree on the consequences of the second sentence of the bill, which bans any legal status “substantially similar” to marriage.
Last week's GOP-commissioned phone survey says 53 percent of Hoosiers surveyed support the same-sex marriage ban known as HJR-3.
Governor Pence is starting to publicly suggest options for phasing out the state’s business personal property tax, the tent pole of his 2014 legislative agenda.
Republican leaders say the decision to move forward on the amendment will be made internally by House and Senate Republican caucuses.
Two policy analysts will review the A-F system and make recommendations to the state about what next steps would be appropriate.
Americans for Prosperity will air TV ads in support of a tax cut even GOP lawmakers have expressed skepticism about.
Following an acrimonious change in leadership at the end of 2012, House Democrats enter the 2013 legislative session with a new representative in charge.
Monday morning at 11, an Opening Day look ahead to this year's initiatives in the Statehouse.
GOP captures two-thirds, quorum-proof majority in the Statehouse's lower chamber.