The 2017 legislative session came to a close late Saturday night as lawmakers wrapped up long-debated issues.
Stewart gained county approval in December for commercial use of his Hidden Hollow Ranch near his hometown of Columbus.
Under the plan, K-12 education funding would be increased by 1.1 percent in the first year, and 1.7 percent in the second year, or a total of $273 million.
The measure by Republican Rep. Anthony Cook of Cicero was approved Monday on a vote of 80-14.
Holcomb’s address drew praise from Republican and Democratic legislative leaders. But there were criticisms, too.
House Republicans are set to unveil their agenda, including their plan to fund infrastructure improvements across Indiana for years to come.
Food deserts are areas where fresh food accounts for less than 10 percent of accessible and available food.
958 single-family building permits were granted in November 2015. That number is up 14% when compared to November 2014.
A bill in front of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce aims to provide consumers with an increase in clarity at the grocery store.
House Speaker Brian Bosma and Senate President Pro Tem David Long say a repeal of the law is unlikely.