The Indiana State Budget Committee on Friday approved $2.5 million to embed 31 success coaches in higher education institutions across the state.
State legislation creating the task force gave it five issues to examine: growth trends, growth barriers, developer siting, local self-investment and food insecurity.
The exposed information includes names, addresses, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, gender, medical conditions, diagnoses, medications, allergies, health conditions and more.
When Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita issued the opinion in January this year finding that delta-8 and other hemp-derived products are illegal, law enforcement around the state took note.
Ryan Heater has served as the IURC’s staff chief since 2019, but he’ll soon head to Indiana Electric Cooperatives to be the group’s vice president of government relations.
The Interim State and Local Tax Review Task Force, which began meeting Wednesday, will examine Indiana’s corporate tax, individual income tax, property tax, sales tax, and others.
Republican state lawmakers have long resisted taking up legislation strengthening tenants’ legal rights, making Todd Rokita an outlier at the state level—but a possible ally for advocates who’ve struggled to advance such changes.
Their names, addresses, case numbers and Medicaid numbers were exposed in a contractor’s late May security breach, Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration announced.
Indiana American Water quietly backtracked in filings Tuesday after consumer advocates contested the expense.
Conservative pastor Micah Beckwith’s bid for Indiana’s second-highest office has rankled some Republican politicos—but don’t expect changes to the lieutenant governor selection process, according to party leaders.
The ambitious vision seeks to advance workforce, education, business climate, infrastructure, quality of place and health initiatives.
Indiana Solicitor General Thomas Fisher will leave for a “school choice” advocacy organization next month, after nearly two decades in his role with the Attorney General’s Office. He was the first to hold the position.
State and not-for-profit utility consumer advocates filed a joint petition on July 11 asking the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission to investigate the utility’s “practices and procedures for storm outage restoration.”
Outside organizations donated nearly $3 million to a state economic development agency’s not-for-profit arm over the last three years—but who the donors are, and how the agency spends their contributions are largely unknown.
An overwhelming 93% of respondents at least somewhat agreed that it “makes good business sense” to recognize and respond to mental health dilemmas, but far fewer said they were prepared.
Three top GOP candidates for Indiana governor far outraised their fellow hopefuls in semi-annual campaign finance reports released Monday, with U.S. Sen. Mike Braun recording the largest haul.
State and not-for-profit utility consumer advocates have asked state regulators to investigate the utlity after a recent storm left some customers without power for nearly a week.
Indiana Office of Management and Budget senior official Justin McAdam will be the state’s next tax court judge, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Tuesday.
Indiana Rep. Jim Lucas had the active ingredient in marijuana in his blood the day he was arrested for hitting a guardrail and driving the wrong way on an interstate entrance ramp, according to the report.
A band with ties to The Satanic Temple wants to play at Indiana’s Statehouse in a bid for “religious liberty,” following a conservative Christian activist’s prayer rally at the site this spring. And it’s willing to sue to get in.