A sea of blue filled the second-floor atrium of the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday afternoon as court-appointed special advocates gathered for their CASA Day celebration.
A bill removing language referencing HIV from the Indiana code needs more work and will be amended before a vote next week.
Indiana lawmakers on Wednesday began a contentious debate over whether it should bring universal school choice — and its daunting potential long-term cost — to Hoosier students and parents.
Upset with what they say is the excessive cost of health care in Indiana, House Republicans want to levy fines against hospitals that charge more than 260% of what Medicare reimburses for services.
Following a victory on summary judgment last month, the Indiana House and Senate are requesting more than $11,000 in court costs from three of the women who accused former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill of sexual misconduct.
Indiana State Sen. Aaron Freeman, R-Indianapolis, has been appointed the new chair of the Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee.
Four youngsters caused at least $17,000 in vandalism damage when they broke into the Indiana Statehouse last month, state police said Tuesday.
State police have turned over four teenagers to their parents after several offices in the Indiana Statehouse were vandalized.