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Q&A: Meet Sen. Eric Koch, moving from the House to the Senate

By Logan Macaluso TheStatehouseFile.com This story is part of a series of Q&As with newly-elected members of the Indiana General Assembly.   INDIANAPOLIS – After serving 14 years in the House, Sen. Eric Koch, R-Bedford, plans to carry over the skills that he has developed during his time as a representative. Koch, a private practice […]

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Bill would let companies withhold money from paychecks for uniforms, other expenses

By Erika Brock TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – A bill that lets companies pull money out of employee paychecks for uninforms, education and other expenses could receive a vote next week in the House Judiciary Committee. House Bill 1469, authored by Rep. David Ober, R- Albion, also says that employers who fail too pay their staff on […]

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State to study constructing judicial building on Statehouse parking lot

By Paige Clark TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The Pence administration will study whether the state should build a new judicial and government center on property north of the Statehouse under direction from the Indiana General Assembly last session. The mandate for the judicial study was tucked in a bill that deals with tax issues – and […]

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Chief Justice Brent Dickson to give his first State of the Judiciary address

By Tyler Gribbons TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent Dickson will give his first State of the Judiciary speech on Wednesday, about nine months after he became took over as the court’s top judge. It will be the first time in a quarter century the State of the Judiciary has not come […]