Indiana General Assembly

Lawmakers' push to avoid social issues draws ire from some

April 25, 2017
 Associated Press
A push from GOP leaders in the Indiana Legislature to set aside divisive social issues this session has frustrated some social conservative groups who suggest Republican lawmakers ignored what their constituents care about.
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Indiana governor says he will sign several contested bills

April 25, 2017
 Associated Press
Statehouse employees will be able to carry guns at the Statehouse, people with epilepsy will be able to use marijuana-derived oil as medicine and parents will see a modest increase in abortion notification rights when it comes to their minor children, under measures Gov. Eric Holcomb on Tuesday said he will sign into law.
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Legislature passes vaping overhaul that removes controversial security firm scheme

April 24, 2017
Hayleigh Colombo, IBJ Staff
The Indiana General Assembly — on the last day of the session — put its final stamp of approval on a proposal to overhaul the rules for Indiana’s vaping industry after two years of controversial actions.
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Indy judges to have closed-door interviews before retention nod

April 24, 2017
Dave Stafford
Marion Superior judges would appear behind closed doors before a committee comprised mainly of political appointees who would recommend whether jurists should or should not be retained in office, according to a bill that passed the General Assembly.
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Lawmakers nearing new deal on Ricker's beer carryout issue

April 21, 2017
Hayleigh Colombo, IBJ Staff
Two Ricker's convenience stores in Indiana would be able to continue sellling cold beer for carryout, but only for another year, under the latest version of a bill being considered by state lawmakers.
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Crack open a lukewarm one: Indiana's quirky rules about beer

April 20, 2017
 Associated Press
Indiana law allows someone to walk out of a convenience store and crack open a beer purchased there, but it can't be a cold one.
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Nurse-attorney Barbra Bachmeier removes obstacles to helping victims

April 19, 2017
Marilyn Odendahl
The philosophy of empowering her patients transfers into Barbra Bachmeier’s practice as an attorney. Working solely in the area of adult guardianships, she gives her clients the freedom to make their own choices.
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Domestic violence bill joined to study of ‘constitutional carry’ effort

April 19, 2017
Dave Stafford
Supporters of a bill that would have allowed victims of domestic violence to carry handguns without a license say a broader effort to eliminate all carry permit requirements delayed needed protections for a vulnerable population and could muddle the issues.
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Legislators discuss need for ‘people’s voice’ in selecting Marion Superior judges

April 18, 2017
Jennifer Nelson
Indiana Legislators raised several concerns Monday afternoon during the conference committee for House Bill 1036, which establishes merit selection for choosing Marion Superior judges. Several expressed the need to allow the general public to have a say through elections.
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Senate Judiciary Committee sends 3 issues to study committee

April 17, 2017
Olivia Covington
The effect that revisions to Indiana’s Criminal Code are having on the population of county jails is now a topic up for further legislative review after the Indiana Senate Judiciary Committee passed a resolution to recommend the issue for a summer study committee.
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Indiana Senate OKs new hurdle for minors seeking abortions

April 13, 2017
 Associated Press
The Indiana Senate sent Gov. Eric Holcomb a measure Wednesday that would make it tougher for a minor to have an abortion without her parents knowing about it, after legislators changed the wording to leave open the possibility that the procedure could still be kept private under some circumstances.
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Lawmakers approve peeping drones crime bill on final passage

April 12, 2017
 Associated Press
Indiana lawmakers are sending Gov. Eric Holcomb a bill targeting drone operators who use the new technology for the age-old crime of voyeurism.
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Senators approve ban on sanctuary campuses in final vote

April 12, 2017
 Associated Press
Lawmakers have voted to send the governor a bill banning so-called sanctuary campuses in Indiana.
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Legislature passes bills on marijuana-derived oil

April 6, 2017
 Associated Press
Both chambers of the Indiana Legislature have approved measures loosening restrictions on a marijuana-derived oil used to treat epilepsy.
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Needle exchange bill goes to Holcomb after Senate OK

April 6, 2017
 Associated Press
A bill Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb supports that would give local governments control over creating needle-exchange programs is headed to his desk.
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Senate passes hourly fee for public records searches

April 6, 2017
The Indiana Senate has approved House Bill 1523 allowing government agencies to charge $20 per hour for public records requests that take more than two hours to complete.
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Cold beer battle brewing after GOP leaders offer final bills

April 6, 2017
 Associated Press
A battle is brewing at the Indiana Statehouse as lawmakers worked Wednesday to keep legislation alive that addresses a legal loophole used by Ricker’s convenience stores to sell cold beer.
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Indiana House passes bill to cut solar panel incentives

April 5, 2017
 Associated Press
Much of the financial incentive for installing solar panels would be eliminated under a bill approved by the Indiana House.
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Indiana panel OKs bill letting Ricker's store sell cold beer

April 3, 2017
 Associated Press
An Indiana House panel has approved a bill allowing Ricker's convenience stores to temporarily continue selling cold beer.
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Bill on student religious freedom clears Indiana Senate

March 31, 2017
 Associated Press
The Indiana Senate has approved a bill on religious freedom in public and charter schools that originally included a contentious school prayer provision.
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Halting cold beer sales at Ricker’s trickier than expected

March 31, 2017
 Associated Press
A top Indiana Republican is suggesting the Legislature may not be able to stop the convenience store chain Ricker’s from selling cold beer before the end of session.
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Committee advances bill to close cold beer sales loophole

March 30, 2017
 Associated Press
A legal loophole used by an Indiana convenience store chain to sell cold beer would be snapped shut under a proposal that was advanced Wednesday by an Indiana Senate committee.
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Indiana House panel amends overhaul of troubled vaping law

March 30, 2017
 Associated Press
An Indiana House panel has amended legislation targeting the state's problematic vaping law to reintroduce certain regulations.
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Domestic violence victim gun bill steered to study

March 29, 2017
Dave Stafford
A controversial bill that would have allowed victims of domestic violence to legally carry a gun without a permit was steered to a summer study committee Wednesday following testimony from victims and advocates on both sides of the issue.
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'Ban the box' Senate bill passes House

March 29, 2017
Olivia Covington
As the Indiana General Assembly moves closer to the end of the 2017 long session, state legislators are beginning to hold their final votes on various bills, including legislation on “ban the box” provisions.  
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