We were on the road yesterday, but luckily our colleagues at the Statehouse kept an eye on things. Here’s what made news…
Here’s a summary of some of Monday’s activities over at the Indiana General Assembly as covered by the Statehouse Press Corps…
Indiana Governor Mike Pence and State House and Senate leaders seem optimistic that they can work out a deal on business personal property taxes and road funding, however when it comes to vouchers for preschool, that optimism seems to vanish.
The Indiana Attorney General’s Office says auto-related gripes topped the list of the more than 15,000 consumer complaints Hoosiers filed last year.
Since the weather wasn’t as bad as we all thought it would be, Indiana lawmakers are slated to start today at their usual times. The House is in at 1 p.m., the Senate starts at 1:30. Here are some of the items we’re all watching today…
Indiana Tea Party Leader Monica Boyer tells Indy Politics her reference to “hot tamales” in a blog post regarding the only Republican Hispanic lawmaker in the Indiana General Assembly were not meant to be taken as racist.
Still smarting from a major defeat at the Indiana General Assembly over the marriage amendment, Micah Clark of the American Family Association of Indiana has gone on the offensive against state lawmakers.
The main House proponent of a Central Indiana mass transit bill thinks lawmakers will be able to work out their differences in the last couple weeks of the legislative session.
By Lesley Weidenbener
INDIANAPOLIS – As lawmakers move into the last weeks of the 2014 legislative session, it’s tempting to pay attention only to the bills that are still in play. But it’s worth taking a few minutes to look back at some that won’t become law this year.