Indiana Democrats unsuccessfully tried to add amendments dealing with LGBT rights to seemingly unrelated legislation Thursday in the House. Democrats said to expect more efforts to revive the issue.
A bill regulating daily fantasy sports games such as FanDuel and DraftKings received unanimously support from an Indiana Senate committee Wednesday.
House Bill 1001, the Republican plan to provide funding for road repairs, would require a feasibility study on tolling interstates.
Senate Bill 73, making cursive mandatory in schools, passed out of the Education and Career Development committee Wednesday with a 6-4 vote.
Bills in the Indiana House and Senate that would prevent the latest ISTEP results from having a negative impact on schools and teachers are moving along, but not every lawmaker wants to fast-track the bills.
An Indianapolis woman is advocating for state legislation that would provide property-tax relief for longtime homeowners in designated distressed areas.
Following ongoing controversy over tougher Indiana student assessments, the Indiana Department of Education on Wednesday released long-awaited statewide and local 2015 ISTEP scores.
On the eve of the 2016 legislative session, the governor released a list of bills that doesn’t include proposals to expand civil rights protections to people who are gay or transgender.
The biggest shortfall came from corporate income taxes, which were $16.7 million—or more than 60 percent—below projections.
Gov. Mike Pence has directed the Indiana Department of Health to investigate whether organs from aborted fetuses are being sold.
The move means Young won’t be seeking reelection to his 9th District seat in the U.S. House.
State officials on Tuesday launched the Indiana Grown initiative, a program to promote Hoosier agricultural products that’s been under development and in limited use since the General Assembly authorized it last year.
Political campaigns were trying to beat a midnight Tuesday deadline for reporting contributions for federal and state level campaigns.
A group of six Indiana lawmakers wants the state to investigate the Humane Society of the United States, accusing the group of deceptive fundraising tactics.
In head-to-head matchups, the new poll found Indiana Gov. Mike Pence in a statistical dead heat with the two leading Democratic candidates for governor.
Indianapolis businesswoman and philanthropist Carrie Petty has been named executive director of the Indiana Republican Party.
Two Republican powerbrokers are ignoring their Mitch Daniels-era political connections to U.S. Senate candidate Eric Holcomb and instead urging Rep. Todd Young to run for the open seat.