House and Senate lawmakers waited until the final day of the session’s halfway point to advance their top priority for 2018: workforce development measures.
House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) says members of the GOP caucus - many of whom represent rural areas - had concerns with the township reform bill.
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.
An Indiana Senate committee is set to vote on a legislation targeting hate crimes.
Indiana legislative leaders anticipate Gov. Holcomb will address recent controversy at the Department of Child Services in his State of the State tonight.
Legislation this session could eliminate nearly a third of all Indiana townships – potentially getting rid of more than 1,200 elected officials.
Legislators are returning to the Indiana Statehouse to begin this year's General Assembly session.
Speaker Brian Bosma says the 2018 legislative session lacks what he calls “one, overarching, bright, shiny object” that will draw the focus of most lawmakers.
State lawmakers say an alliance between grocery and liquor stores boosts chances for Sunday alcohol sales passage like never before.
Legalized Sunday alcohol sales took an incremental step forward in the legislative process this week.