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March 8, 2018


Bill To Remedy Teacher Shortage Would Allow Unlicensed Teachers

The decision to hire unlicensed teachers would still be left up to superintendents and local school boards.

August 22, 2017


Indy Man’s Pothole Project Digs Into Local Road Funding Debate

Michael Warren’s project, which he calls Open Source roads, reveals a lot about the different ways residents and governments try to care for their communities.

April 11, 2017


House Sends Telemedicine Expansion Bill To Governor

The House voted to send a bill to the governor that expands Indiana’s telemedicine services, though some legislators are still uncomfortable with the expansion.

June 21, 2016


State Lawmaker Calls For Gun Law Changes In Indiana

The U.S. Senate failed to enact four proposals for gun control legislation Monday night.

January 6, 2016


Bill Would Eliminate Permit Requirement To Purchase Handguns

A proposal in the Indiana House would get rid of the state law that requires a permit to carry a handgun.

March 19, 2015


House Attempt To Amend ‘Religious Freedom’ Measure Fails

The amendment was defeated 60-31 mostly along party lines, with just three Republicans breaking ranks to support it.

May 19, 2014


Should Work Zone Speed Limits Be Lowered?

An Indianapolis legislator says the death of two highway workers last week suggests the state needs to do more to make work zones safer.

February 18, 2013


Democrats’ Backup For Medicaid Expansion Fails In The House

Rep. Ed DeLaney's proposal would have expanded Medicaid if the federal government did not approve the state's request to use the Healthy Indiana Plan.

August 18, 2011


Penalties For Failing To Report Dead Bodies To Be Reexamined

An Indiana legislative council is scheduled to examine whether it is necessary to establish harsher penalties for those who don’t report finding a dead body.

April 14, 2011


House Democrats Release Own Redistricting Maps

Indiana House Democrats presented their own redistricting maps Thursday as a counterpoint to the maps released by Republicans.

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