In his only veto so far this Legislative session, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb shot down a bill that would have allowed public agencies to charge a fee if a public records request took longer than two hours to complete.
The rule—which raised the pay threshold for salaried workers to be exempt from overtime pay—would have affected about 87,000 Indiana workers if fully implemented as planned on Dec. 1. It's now in limbo due to a court decision.
In his first State of the City address, Mayor Joe Hogsett said Wednesday that crime problems wouldn't be solved simply with a new building. A new task force also would focus on issues like mental illness and addiction.