INDIANAPOLIS | House Democratic Leader Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City, is not impressed with the proposals approved so far by the Republican-controlled Indiana General Assembly, which reached the midpoint of its 2014 legislative session Tuesday.
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 | Homeowners associations could no longer prohibit elected officials or political candidates from entering their neighborhoods under legislation unanimously approved by a House committee Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosier elementary school students may soon find themselves literally minding their P's and Q's after the Indiana Senate voted 36-13 Tuesday to mandate cursive writing instruction.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hoosier students may once again be required to learn cursive handwriting if legislation approved Wednesday by a Senate committee becomes law.
INDIANAPOLIS | Local schools would lose their freedom to decide whether to teach cursive writing under legislation heard Wednesday by an Indiana Senate committee.
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