Although the price tag would run into the hundreds of millions of dollars, Indy Mayor Greg Ballard says a new Criminal Justice complex is a worthwhile investment.
The nearly 1 million Hoosiers that are on food stamps will see a major change to the program starting next year.
The head of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce says he doesn’t think the proposed marriage amendment will suck up all the oxygen in the room in the 2014 Legislative session.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the end of the Presidency of John F. Kennedy.
While he would not reveal his position on whether Indiana should allow Sunday alcohol sales, the new head of the House Public Policy Committee says if it comes before him next session, it will get a fair and open hearing.
Republican leaders used Organization Day to renew their calls for civility in the debate over the marriage amendment as well reiterate that it was not the most important issue facing state lawmakers.
Democratic leaders in the Statehouse are encouraging their Republican counterparts to drop the marriage amendment and focus on other issues.
The head of the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns says the organization will try to push for legislation that gives more local governments more control from the state when lawmakers return in January.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz continued her accusations today that Governor Mike Pence and the State Board of Education were trying to take away her power.