In a statement released on his Facebook page, Senator Joe Donnelly said he opposes amending both the Indiana and U.S. constitutions to ban same-sex marriage.
An IU education policy director says what happens at a Senate Education Committee meeting Wednesday could be a harbinger for school voucher expansion.
Vernon Bowman used seeds from crops he grew at his Southwest Indiana farm, but those seeds were patented by Monsanto, a company that quickly sued Bowman.
The Rockport plant would take coal and process it into various substances, including synthetic natural gas, which burns just like traditional natural gas.
Justice Loretta Rush is the second woman and the 108th justice to serve on Indiana's highest court.
Indiana does not require sex offenders who were convicted prior to the creation of the registry in 1994 to register.
Opponents of the voucher program say it is unconstitutional because it provides public funding to religious schools.
The Indiana State Teachers Association wants to overturn the state's voucher law, but one analyst says it faces an uphill battle.
The second woman to serve on Indiana's Supreme Court and the only woman now on the bench was sworn in Wednesday during a private ceremony.
Brent Dickson says the state needs to hire more judges and adopt newer technology to help reduce the current judges' caseloads.