Bill Davis is known traditionally to oppose the expansion of alcohol laws, previously turning down hearings and voting against Sunday alcohol sales in 2012 and 2013 as the chair of the House Public Policy Committee.
Over the summer, the General Assembly will look at more than 50 topics ranging from industrial hemp to short-term rental taxes.
The three Republican candidates running in the May 8 primary to unseat incumbent U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly rely heavily on political consulting firms in the Washington, D.C., area or on the East Coast to steer their campaigns in Indiana.
The three Indiana Republican candidates running for the U.S. Senate spent much of Sunday night’s debate positioning themselves as the biggest supporters of President Donald Trump.
A Senate committee unanimous approved legislation that would require that all school districts in Indiana add computer science to their curriculum.
Rep. Linda Lawson and Sen. Jean Breaux are working together this session to pass legislation that would hold employers accountable for permitting a wage gap between male and female workers.
New legislation introduced by longtime Rep. Charlie Brown, D-Gary, would drastically increase taxes on cigarettes as well as raise the legal age at which Hoosiers can buy tobacco products.
Advocates say removing Indiana’s sales tax on many service-based software transactions would be a step in the right direction for the state’s growing tech industry.
The bill, authored by Rep. Sally Siegrist, R-West Lafayette, is the House’s first response to an unexpected 6,315-student increase in public school enrollment.
A state Senate committee approved legislation Monday that would require businesses to allow customers with medical conditions to access employee restrooms if a public restroom is not available.
The Noblesville Republican said she has a desire to ensure limited government is the foundation of Hoosier policies, allowing for lower taxes and a free enterprise system.
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Ball State University Center for Business and Economic Research on Monday released findings of a study showing that the size of a school corporation has a direct impact on student achievement.
Beverly Gard has been chosen to chair Indiana’s Alcohol Code Revision Commission, which has been tasked with updating the state’s alcohol laws, many of which have not been changed since the end of Prohibition.
The state of Indiana will stop asking executive branch job candidates if they have a criminal history on initial employment applications starting Saturday.
Indiana’s gas tax will increase by 10 cents a gallon under House Enrolled Act 1002, which goes into effect Saturday. The tax will jump from 18 cents to 28 cents a gallon.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has signed a bill into law that will reduce the financial benefits available to those who install solar panels.
A bill that would prevent Hoosiers from buying cars directly from auto manufacturers passed the Indiana Senate on Thursday with no changes. The bill was amended earlier this session to eliminate Tesla Motors from the ban.
Changes made to a short-term rentals bill earlier in the week were erased in the Senate on Wednesday.