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.
A bill that would take away state funding from nonpublic schools that discriminate against employees or students on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and other characteristics has been defeated in the House.
After hours of debate, the House Public Policy Committee withholds vote on controversial bill criminalizing the safest form of 2nd trimester abortion.
Rep. Chris Chyung, D-Dyer, is just beginning his first term in the Statehouse, and just by his very presence there, he is making history.
Indiana state legislator who recently leveled charges of sexual misconduct against Attorney General Curtis Hill filed a series of bills Friday meant to prevent and punish the same behavior.
Indiana Forward, a coalition of local business, advocacy, education, and faith communities, launched its campaign to pressure lawmakers to pass a hate crimes law in the state on Tuesday.
Republicans in the Indiana House of Representatives released their top legislative priorities for 2019. Meanwhile, members of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus said they will pursue “an aggressive agenda of reform”
Redistricting reform and press freedoms suffered setbacks. And, we can't tattoo our eyeballs any longer. But, at least, we can buy beer on Sundays now.
Increased funding for DCS and teacher pay won’t be easy for lawmakers to deliver with current revenue forecasts.