Legal procedures and research mean it could be two years before the state fair stage collapse lawsuits make it to court.
The members of Sugarland gave depositions about the state fair stage collapse, but those have not been made public.
More than one hundred witnesses were questioned…though employees of the company that built the stage declined.
The reports from two investigations into the state fair stage collapse will be released today.
A court ruled Friday Sugarland must give a limited deposition for the lawsuit regarding the Indiana State Fair stage collapse.
The study from the IU Kelley School of Business shows the State Fairgrounds brought in a significant number of tax dollars to the state.
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.
Talk of the statehouse this week included Fort Wayne Republican Representative Bob Morris' statements about the Girl Scouts.
A House bill set aside an additional $5 million from recently discovered corporate tax revenue that had been misplaced.