A court ruled Friday Sugarland must give a limited deposition for the lawsuit regarding the Indiana State Fair stage collapse.
The members of Sugarland say they will make themselves available for depositions in May.
The smoking ban received the most attention in the Indiana legislature this week. The General Assembly also passed bills on stage regulations and police entry.
The bill directs the state Fire Marshall’s office to develop regulations for outdoor stage equipment within 60 days.
The bill is going back to the Senate for approval with the included amendments.
A House bill set aside an additional $5 million from recently discovered corporate tax revenue that had been misplaced.
The Indiana legislature decided to delay passing final regulations on outdoor stage equipment inspections they receive the results of a study committee.
The legislation would also dedicate more funds to full-day kindergarten.
Most of the action in the statehouse happened outside of the legislature.
After a report said the Indiana State Fair Commission was unprepared on the night of the stage collapse, the commission is reviewing its safety standards.