- Backers see better chance for Sunday alcohol sales Updated: Dec-03-13 12:13 pm
- Indiana GOP leaders ready to scrap Common Core Updated: Dec-01-13 6:05 pm
- Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers Updated: Nov-26-13 12:10 pm
- Economic concerns top lawmakers' upcoming session Updated: Nov-24-13 2:58 pm
- Pence plans more charters, road money for 2014 Updated: Nov-21-13 8:34 pm
- Same-sex marriage battle could focus on language Updated: Nov-19-13 6:51 pm
- Marriage, education fights may crowd 2014 session Updated: Nov-18-13 6:10 pm
- Bosma: Lawmakers will step in on education war Updated: Nov-18-13 1:56 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Supporters of ending Indiana's longtime ban on Sunday retail alcohol sales are hoping a change in leadership of a key legislative committee has improved their chances of success.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Republican leaders of the General Assembly want Indiana to scrap the Common Core education standards and have the state adopt its own guidelines to prepare students for college and careers, a report Sunday said.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Times, Munster. Nov. 26, 2013.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana lawmakers will be dealing with two broad categories of issues when they reconvene next year: Battles they would gladly take on and those they would rather avoid.
INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Mike Pence plans to spend his second meeting with the General Assembly advancing a legislative agenda centered on expanding the number of charter schools, finding ways to pay for road projects and seeking new tax cuts.
INDIANAPOLIS - The success of a sparsely-worded constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage could hinge on whether lawmakers remove a key sentence expanding its reach, House and Senate Republican leaders said Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's legislative leaders are holding their cards tight as they prepare for a battle over amending the state constitution to ban gay marriage.
INDIANAPOLIS - Republican House Speaker Brian Bosma says the General Assembly will likely have to step in to the ongoing "civil war" between Democratic Schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz and the Republican administration.