Lawmakers Monday debated a proposal meant to soften the effects of rising property taxes for longtime residents of redeveloped urban areas.
An Indiana Supreme Court ruling on Charlie White's residency paves the way for Governor Mitch Daniels to appoint a new Secretary of State.
The Indiana Supreme Court is hearing a case that will decide who becomes Secretary of State Charlie White's permanent successor.
The Indiana Attorney General's office says it will try to block a request from Democrats to install Vop Osili as Secretary of State.
How long Charlie White may fight his removal from office could be determined, in part, by a court hearing today.
If White is ruled ineligible, Democrat Vop Osili, the runner-up in the 2010 Secretary of State election, could take office.
The runner-up to Charlie White for Secretary of State and the Indiana Democratic Party Chair will testify at White's eligibility hearing.
A judge is setting a deadline to settle whether Secretary of State Charlie White is eligible to hold the office.