The governor vetoes his first bills. The fairgrounds coliseum gets a new tenant. And former Governor Otis Bowen dies at 95. Those are your Statehouse headlines for the week ending May 10. Listen below for all the details:
The Senate gives the governor a taste of his tax cut. The House passes a bill to regulate medical abortions. And Central Indiana loses a mass transit plan. Those are your Statehouse headlines for the week ending April 5. Listen as Lesley Weidenbener for TheStatehouseFile.com describes the week’s events.
The House strips live dealers and inland casinos from a gambling bill, a Senate committee approves mass transit for Central Indiana. And state Superintendent Glenda Ritz tells budget writers in the Senate that schools need their help. Those are the top Statehouse headlines for the week ending in March 22. Listen as Darian Eswine and other […]
Gov. Mike Pence opposes an expansion of gambling. The House Education chairman defends Common Core. And lawmakers move forward with a controversial utility measure. Those are your Statehouse headlines for the week ending March 15. Get the news in our weekly podcast:
Gov. Mike Pence announces furloughs for the Indiana National Guard. The Senate starts work on the state budget. And outside groups are launching ads to support the Common Core and the governor’s tax cut. Those are your Statehouse headlines for the week ending March 8. Listen below as reporter Darian Eswine brings you the stories.
Republicans in the House pass a budget bill, the Senate votes for a possible Medicaid expansion and lawmakers consider funding a training hotel for Hoosiers with developmental disabilities. Those are your Statehouse headlines for the week ending March 1. Listen as Jessica Wray takes you through our weekly newscast:
A Senate committee acts to put Common Core on pause. Republican Gov. Mike Pence says no – at least for now – to a Medicaid expansion. And the Indianapolis Motor Speedway could be getting a makeover. Those are your headlines for the week ending Feb. 15. Jessica Wray has the report. .
Legislative leaders are postponing a vote on the marriage amendment, the House is considering legislation to dramatically expand the private school vouchers, and Superintendent Glenda Ritz is calling for more funding for public schools. Listen to those and other headlines in our weekly news podcast:
Lawmakers will consider a constitutional amendment on Monday that guarantees the right to fish and hunt. A bill opening up Sunday alcohol sales will be considered Wednesday. And House Minority Leader Scott Pelath is calling on Republicans to be more aggressive about creating jobs – right now. Those are your Statehouse headlines for the week […]
The Indiana Senate is seeking to crack down on sex offenders who get out of prison early by earning degrees, the House is considering legislation to force Amazon and other online retailers to collect sales taxes, and new state Superintendent Glenda Ritz is working to boost math and science in the classroom. Those are your headlines […]