INDIANAPOLIS | This could be the saga of “LeBron Bayh.”
INDIANAPOLIS | A watchdog group focused on preserving the safety of vulnerable Hoosier children has officially been re-established.
INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, has promised "an announcement Monday morning you won't want to miss," following an epic, two-day Twitter rant where he condemned weak Republican leadership, gay-marriage supporters, liberal Christian ministers and activist judges.
INDIANAPOLIS | More than two dozen legislative proposals were separately approved Thursday by the Republican-controlled House and Senate, sending them across the Statehouse rotunda and into the opposite chamber.
INDIANAPOLIS | Federal law clearly bars states from telling Medicaid recipients which health care providers they're allowed to obtain covered services from.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Senate approved a scaled-down expansion of Indiana's private school voucher program Wednesday that still will enable the number of voucher students to grow to an estimated 15,000 by 2015, from 9,000 this year.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Senate Education Committee approved legislation Wednesday that could end Indiana's A-F school grading system, permit some illegal immigrants to continue receiving in-state college tuition and give certain school corporations a say in whether new charter schools can open.
INDIANAPOLIS | A top Senate Republican appeared ready Wednesday to kill legislation intended to increase the availability of private school vouchers.
INDIANAPOLIS | If right-to-work becomes law, Indiana businesses could be sued by each of their employees and convicted of a crime if the business "directly or indirectly" violates or threatens to violate the labor policy.
The Republican-controlled Indiana Senate likely will debate and vote on right-to-work legislation, after the Senate labor committee voted 6-4 to approve the proposal on Friday, following divergent testimony and protests by union's members.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Republican-controlled Indiana Senate likely will debate and vote on right-to-work legislation next week after the Senate labor committee voted 6-4 to approve the proposal Friday.
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