Both chambers of Indiana’s General Assembly voted to accept the final version of a state-funded teacher firearms training proposal on Wednesday, along with an omnibus health bill featuring some significant provisions.
Employees at a New York company thought they were arranging a $2.95 million face mask delivery—of what they claimed to be one million authentic masks—to Indiana’s Economic Development Corporation at the height of the pandemic.
Posted Feb 24, 2023 Updated: Feb 24, 2023 @ 10:01 AM
The Indiana House on Wednesday approved a bill banning courts from removing transgender children from their parents based only on parent refusal to seek gender-affirming care or otherwise support transitions.
Posted Feb 14, 2023 Updated: Feb 14, 2023 @ 8:09 AM
Indiana lawmakers have seized on high health care costs as a priority problem to tackle this legislative session, but rural hospitals with thin profit margins are worried — and want more help from the state.
Posted Feb 01, 2023 Updated: Feb 1, 2023 @ 10:40 AM
Lawmakers on Monday unanimously advanced a proposal tasking the Indiana State Department of Agriculture with creation of an inventory of farmland lost in the last decade — whether to industry, housing, renewable energy or otherwise.
Posted Aug 18, 2022 Updated: Aug 18, 2022 @ 2:32 PM
Gov. Eric Holcomb on Wednesday defended his signing of a near-total abortion ban this month and brushed off fears of business and talent attraction consequences in the wake of ominous statements from major homegrown employers.