Lawmakers considered the advantages and shortcomings of legalizing certain cannabinoids Tuesday, potentially as a precursor to legalizing the plant itself for recreational use.
Two owners of an unlicensed assisted living facility in southern Indiana have pleaded guilty to felony deception for working without licenses, according to Attorney General Todd Rokita’s office.
Indiana and its investment managers can’t make government employee pension system investments based on environmental, social or governance criteria, Attorney General Todd Rokita wrote in an advisory opinion released Thursday.
Lawmakers and other stakeholders on Tuesday discussed possible changes to Indiana laws concerning HIV-specific criminal penalties and sentence enhancements.
Indiana taxpayers were out close to a quarter-million dollars for a special legislative session that saw the passage of a near-total ban all abortions in the state, as well as a deal providing wraparound social services and inflation relief.
Indiana 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 statements from major homegrown employers.
Hoosiers who still haven’t received their $125 automatic taxpayer refund can expect to see checks in a matter of weeks, state officials said. Hoosiers across the state should also see the $200 payment approved during the special legislative session arrive soon, too.
An Indiana Senate social services bill, designed to accommodate an increased demand in family services following a proposed abortion ban, duplicates the House version after Tuesday’s committee meeting.
An Indiana House committee on Tuesday advanced a Republican-backed bill that would ban virtually all abortions in the state, though the panel removed several controversial amendments that were added in the Senate.
An Indiana House committee made significant changes Tuesday to a Republican-backed bill that would ban virtually all abortions in the state.
The Indiana House on Friday voted 93-2 to use the state’s unexpected surplus to send $1 billion in taxpayer rebates proposed by Gov. Eric Holcomb.
Indiana Sen. Mike Young has resigned from the Republican caucus amid disagreements over the GOP approach to abortion-restricting legislation.