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A bill to help prisoners get training in truck driving, plumbing and other trades is now headed to the full Senate for consideration.

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Opponents of a plan to cut the property tax on business equipment told lawmakers Monday they should further study the issue. But supporters say that Indiana can't compete with other states without elimination or, at least, substantial cuts.

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An amendment to strip a $5 million appropriation establishing the Indiana Grown Initiative passed the House Ways and Means Committee on Monday.

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The state's highway program would get a $400 million infusion of cash to widen key interstates if a bill debated in the House Ways and Means Committee becomes law.

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he 2013 legislative session began Monday with brief meetings in the Indiana House and Senate and majority Republicans pledging to focus on jobs and fiscal issues - but a key Democrat asked for a time-out for any discussion of social issues.

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On behalf of my caucus, I am calling for a two year moratorium on social issues,

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said House Minority Leader Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City.

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And you know what they are.

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