An Indiana Senate Republican wants to give businesses tax credits for giving raises to minimum-wage workers.
Republican Rep. Luke Messer is pushing Congress to eliminate tax credits for people living in the country illegally.
The tourism development office will manage an online location database and production services directory for the industry.
Lawmakers say they face a political conundrum when deciding what tax credits to cut.
The tax credits will benefit E-on Climate and Renewables and juwi, two energy companies building wind farms in Indiana.
The apartments are slated to be finished by December 2013 and can accommodate 40 individuals in one bedroom apartments.
Farbest Foods is investing nearly $70 million in the new processing plant. The state is offering the company $3.8 million in conditional tax credits.
The IHDCA cited recent Indiana legislation that cut off funding for organizations that perform abortions; PPIN says the new law shouldn't impact the program.