Some observers see a parallel to the state’s seeking Japanese investment following recession in the early 1980s.
Governor acknowledges the economy has been taking a toll on state government and the lives of many Indiana residents.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels will deliver the annual State of the State address Tuesday night at 7 p.m. before a joint session of the Indiana House and Senate.
The Indiana State Board of Education is sending a checklist to school districts across the state that outlines options communities
should consider, including using fees to pay the costs of sports and other extracurricular activities.
Dozens of Chrysler and General Motors dealers in Indiana were terminated last year. Now, a dealer trade group wants to
block automakers from preying on termination fears to wrest concessions from surviving dealers.
Microbreweries could sell beer for takeout on Sundays under a bill endorsed by a Senate committee Wednesday.
The Senate has approved a bill delaying unemployment-tax increases on businesses for a year, but the legislation may face
hurdles in the Democrat-led House.
Legislation to allow fines against government workers who blatantly violate the state’s public access laws is approved 7-0
by an Indiana House committee.
A proposal in the Indiana Statehouse would stop homeowners’ associations from banning political signs in members’ yards and
windows near elections.
The Indiana House approved legislation aimed at putting caps on property tax bills into the state constitution and also a bill that would tighten lobbying and ethics rules.