Disagreements over how to regulate the burgeoning short-term rental industry seem likely to be solved this year. But how to tax them may wait until 2019.
Sen. Karen Tallian’s proposed amendment would make Sunday alcohol sales available like every other day – from 7 a.m. to 3 a.m.
The new forecast projects the state will bring in nearly 400 million dollars less than expected in the current two-year budget cycle.
Hill says he’s not opposed to expanding the legality of CBD products for medical treatment, but only if, for instance, they are FDA approved.
Indiana State Senator Luke Kenley, one of the most influential lawmakers at the Statehouse, will retire later this year after 25 years in office.
The bill's author says he’s open to changes – including creation of a registry for short-term rentals – but put a deadline for those proposals.
Lawmakers say they'll have to revisit road funding again next session.
The bill would spend down the state's surplus instead of generating revenue from tax increases.
The Senate on Tuesday rejected proposals that would open the door to legalizing medical marijuana in Indiana.
Karen Tallian, D-Portage, says there's no evidence marijuana is a public health threat.