Sen. Mike Crider (R-Greenfield) says his bill is step one of a two-step process that will better track Indiana rape kits.
A change to the bill means houses of worship still retain control over who carries a gun into their facility.
There are several bills dealing with CBD this session, in both chambers. The measure approved Tuesday takes the simplest approach.
Speaker Bosma announced the bill needed to go through House Ways and Means - and because Tuesday was a committee deadline, the bill can't advance this session.
The measure also adds new details about a woman to reports sent to the state following an abortion.
Indiana will remain one of five states without a hate crimes law after the Senate Republican caucus opted not to take a vote on the bill this session.
An Indiana Court of Appeals ruling says serious sex offenders are entitled to attend worship services - even if the church is on school property.
An amendment would have established an independent redistricting commission to largely take over the duties currently performed by lawmakers.
The House Public Health Committee approved a measure that would raise the minimum smoking age to 21.
Holcomb says he wants to give lawmakers more time to develop legislation that's expected to change the law regarding the sale and use of CBD.