Democratic representatives proposed a moratorium on divisive social issues, but the Republican supermajority says it will not give such a promise.
University presidents who testified Wednesday tried to prove to lawmakers that their school is working to reduce the cost of college.
Monday morning at 11, an Opening Day look ahead to this year's initiatives in the Statehouse.
Lawmakers suggested more bipartisanship might be possible in 2011, too, before the session became bogged down in a partisan debate which ended in a walkout.
Tuesday's Statehood Day was held to celebrate Indiana' 196th birthday.
The portrait shows the governor standing in his office, without a suit coat, leaning against a chair and holding a pen in his hand.
Kokomo's mayor says city taxpayers are being unfairly double-charged for emergency dispatch services.
Both Republicans and Democrats have expressed concerns about DCS, ranging from high caseworker turnover to the centralization of the agency’s hotline.
Governor Mitch Daniels has held the ride as a fundraiser for military families since he took office. This year was his last ride as governor.
The new rule would only be in place long enough until an administrative decision with the rule of law could be adopted.