Police can use a drug dog to search your vehicle during a routine traffic stop if you voluntarily admit to past drug possession.
The bill's author wants to make it easier to charge people for human trafficking crimes.
One of the first bills headed to the governor’s desk this session will allow Indiana students to easily carry and apply sunscreen at school.
Rep. Kathy Richardson (R-Noblesville) says her bill doesn't impact a pending lawsuit in federal court on Indiana's voter roll cleanup law.
The GOP primary's tone has been described as nasty and rancorous. Political analyst Laura Merrifield Wilson says that's unlikely to change in the debate.
The bill's supporters say it's largely targeted at the emergence of drugs laced with fentanyl, which has led to a spike in overdose deaths.
A bill to open up the industrial hemp industry in Indiana passed a Senate panel, even as supporters face pushback from some skeptical lawmakers.
Sunday alcohol carryout sales would become legal even earlier than expected under a legislative change made in a House committee Wednesday.
Rep. Matt Lehman (R-Berne) says he wants to clear up vagueness in his legislation regulating short-term rentals.
Indiana can move forward with lethal injections following an Indiana Supreme Court ruling sanctioning the state’s use of a new lethal injection drug.