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.
All but two of the items—cheese and pork chops—were more expensive than last year. Cookies, hamburgers buns and lemonade were up the most.
States must use the money to administer grant programs deploying or upgrading broadband networks “to ensure that everyone has access to reliable, affordable, high-speed Internet service,” according to a news release.
The quasi-public agency behind a mammoth innovation district reassured budget experts Thursday on the risks it’s taking to win competitive business investments and speedily close those deals.
It was a stunning loss for Marion County’s Health and Hospital Corp.—the state’s leading nursing home operator—and a surprise victory for patients, advocates and those who participate in other federal safety net programs.
The Hoosier Lottery expects to make $1.7 billion in sales by the end of the fiscal year, which ends June 30. That’s up 1.6% compared with last year.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s new rule—released last week—would extend monitoring, closure, and cleanup provisions to certain landfills, ponds and other sites for the first time.
Officially dubbed the “Funding Indiana’s Roads for a Stronger, Safer Tomorrow Task Force,” the body is charged with creating plans for both state and local road and bridge needs. A report is due to the legislature by Jan. 1, 2024.
Of the 1,154 bills filed, Indiana lawmakers approved 252 of those in the 2023 legislative session, with many still waiting for a final signature from the governor. Here’s a recap.
House lawmakers resuscitated several provisions meant to help homeowners struggling with high tax bills—after Senators removed them earlier this month—in a finalized compromise bill.
Indiana’s lawmakers are nearing the end of a grueling nearly four-month legislative session, but three of their biggest priorities—aside from the budget—remain unresolved.
The Indiana Economic Development Corp. said it was helping federal agents organize an October 2020 seizure of what they said was a counterfeit product. That hasn’t stopped the company from suing the IEDC for the mask shipment’s full purchase price.
Indiana’s state and local governments wouldn’t be able to require the public disclosure of not-for-profit donor data in many cases under a proposal that is nearing law.
Legislation related to Kratom, picketing, birth control and speed limits appear to be among the casualties of this session, although some of the language could be revived in so-called “zombie bills.”
A Senate committee removed provisions from House Bill 1499 that would have temporarily lowered Indiana’s property tax caps, increased state income tax deductions and limited local tax levy boosts.
An Indiana House committee on Tuesday voted to send additional road funding to Indianapolis and to consider a give-back of numerous former state highways.