The Indianapolis City-County Council president has halted plans to revamp the city's civilian police merit board in the wake of its recent vote clearing two officers of wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black motorist.
Still left to address is legislation involving school safety programs, professional licensing for young immigrants referred to as "Dreamers," sex education, school takeovers, handgun fees and workforce development leadership.
Gun-related legislation became a political football after a high-profile school shooting in Florida last month, with Republicans eliminating some efforts to loosen firearms laws and Democrats calling for more gun control.
The Trump administration is reviewing the idea of using restraining orders known as red flag laws to take firearms away from people considered dangerous. Officials are studying an Indiana version of the law.