Stay up-to-date with the latest news out of the Indiana General Assembly. News Editor Rob Burgess heads up our coverage of this year’s and legislation regarding everything from hate crimes and redistricting, to teacher pay and cannabis.  

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Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Eric Swalwell will hold a town hall at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 19, at the Factory 12 Event Loft, 1235 Jackson St., in Columbus. On Wednesday, May 15, he sat down for an interview with NUVO News Editor Rob Burgess.

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After all the ballots were counted, there were few surprises to be found in the results of the 2019 Marion County municipal primary election on Tuesday, May 7. All of the Indianapolis City-County Council and mayoral candidates endorsed by the Marion County Democratic and Republican parties came away victorious.

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Democratic challenger John Barth is running unopposed in the Tuesday, May 7 primary election for the District 7 seat on the Indianapolis City-County Council.

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Indiana’s newest anti-abortion legislation is facing a legal challenge in federal court, less than a day after Gov. Eric Holcomb signed the measure into law.

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Senate Bill 516, authored by Sen. Randy Head, R-Logansport, would keep CBD oil legal within Indiana, but all other variants would be illegal.

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Advocates for foster and adoptive parents on Tuesday unveiled a conflict resolution toll-free phone line that will offer them the resources and support they need as they provide homes to children in need.

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The latest version of the state’s biennial budget boasts $763 million in new money to be spent on K-12 education, a sign that, to some public officials, the end is in sight for this session’s contentious budget debate.

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The Senate wrapped up final voting on a number of House bills Tuesday including the two-year state budget, education legislation and gun-related bills.

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A bill that would have allowed payday lenders to charge interest rates at levels currently considered loan sharking died without a vote in the Indiana House Monday.

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The Indiana House voted 78-15 Monday for a bill that further expands gambling in this state.

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The Indiana House voted 78-15 Monday for a bill that further expands gambling in this state.

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On Monday, March 25, the Indiana Poor People's Campaign, one of 35 state campaigns across the nation, was gathered at the Statehouse to demand “a massive overhaul of voting rights, welfare and work requirements, living wages, health care, access to clean water, housing, ecological devastation and an end to endless war, to lift up the 140 million Americans currently living in poverty.”

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