Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith reports on the week at the Statehouse.
Some of Indiana’s top political figures gathered at the Statehouse Thursday to honor the public service of the late Governor Otis Bowen.
The Indiana legislature considered measures on casinos and veterans benefits, and Governor Mike Pence announced his concerns with the criminal code bill.
A former Baron Hill and Obama 2012 presidential campaign staffer, John Zody replaces Dan Parker.
The Senate Local Government Committee voted 7-2 to let Marion and Hamilton County voters decide whether to authorize a tax hike to expand Indy‘s bus system.
Scott Pelath evaluated the House GOP on putting the middle class first, reinforcing traditional public schools and taking a break from divisive social issues.
Americans for Prosperity will air TV ads in support of a tax cut even GOP lawmakers have expressed skepticism about.
Proposed legislation would impose a yearly cap that limits how much ephedrine and pseudoephedrine a person can purchase.
At the Statehouse, the House passed a budget and a bill overhauling the state's criminal code. The Senate passed legislation regulating drug-induced abortions.
Kevin Ford, a University of Notre Dame alum, participated in a question and answer session Thursday while in the U.S. Space Station.