A Senate committee unanimously approves a bill giving terminally-ill patients the chance to try experimental drugs.
The bill would give all active duty members of the Indiana National Guard in-state tuition for undergraduate and graduate studies.
The General Assembly hasn’t increased dollars in the state’s Public Mass Transportation Fund for seven years.
One Senate committee this week approved a bill regulating the state’s vaping industry while another held off on legislation aimed at helping the terminally ill.
The bill would allow families living at up to 200 percent of the poverty level to qualify for vouchers.
Bills legislators addressed included increasing the statute of limitations in rape cases and changing the requirements for ordering wine on the Internet.
Indiana's General Assembly will meet June 17 to change the state's criminal code.
The lawmakers will make adjustments to bills governing tax credits for natural gas vehicles and the state's criminal code.
The Ethics Committee heard allegations today that Rep. Eric Turner improperly lobbied against a nursing home moratorium.
Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports on the week at the Statehouse.