Governor Holcomb delivered the State of the State, a bill aimed at protesters who block traffic stalled, and a committee approved a balanced budget amendment.
Here are four things you need to know about GOP Gov. Eric Holcomb's first State of the State address and what it means for the state moving forward.
Holcomb’s address drew praise from Republican and Democratic legislative leaders. But there were criticisms, too.
Republican legislative leaders say it’s “critically important” that Governor Eric Holcomb support their charge to raise taxes for road funding.
Speaker Bosma says he’s not surprised the governor in his State of the State came out against the House GOP’s plan to raise taxes to fund road improvements.
Pence has previously hinted Hoosiers would know his stance on LGBT civil rights protections early this year.
The amendment would prohibit the state from spending more in its budget than it's expected to collect in taxes.
Indiana's Constitution already says the state cannot pass a law that creates debt.
The governor's 2015 State of the State address will likely focus heavily on education, but it could also include tax reform.
House Utilities and Energy Chairman Eric Koch says he's crafting a plan with his Senate counterpart Jim Merritt.