Most laws take effect on the fiscal new year on July 1. But 19 new laws are tied to the start of the calendar year.
Legislation passed this session will give a tax credit to Indiana parents who adopt children.
Gov. Mike Pence signed legislation giving a tax credit to families who adopt, hoping Indiana can be one of the most pro-adoption states in the country.
If homeowners did not send in pink Homestead Verification Forms by last Jan. 1, they might not remain eligible for the deduction.
One representative wants to establish a Neighborhood Revitalization Fund that will offer low-interest loans to remodel, rehab or purchase abandoned homes.
If it’s not renewed, companies that own those farms will have to pay more in corporate income taxes.
A company is beginning the development of a wind farm in Madison and Tipton counties, but it could stop expansion if its tax credits are not renewed.
While the number of homes sold went up, the median selling price was down slightly, about $133,000.
Democrats say the Republican's plan to push for right-to-work legislation will drive down wages.
The bill would have given movie productions done in Indiana a 15 percent tax credit. Daniels said parts of the bill amounted to "corporate welfare."