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Conflicting state and federal policies will likely cost Indiana same-sex couples more when they file their tax returns this year, experts say.
A two-year-old program designed to cut energy consumption in Indiana in homes, schools, stores and factories could end Dec. 31, under a bill that passed the Senate by a wide margin on Monday.
A recent report by the National Conference of State Legislatures examining state tax actions in 2013 found that "collective revenue actions taken by the 50 states resulted in a slight net tax cut of less than $1 billion, representing 0.1 percent of the prior year's state tax collections."
Tickets from automatic traffic cameras totaled $19.7 million for nine Iowa cities during the last fiscal year, but more than 34 percent of that money went to out-of-state vendors.
The Indiana Budget Agency reported that tax collections were $54 million less than expected in February and sales tax collections were off more than $19 million.
John Hill, executive director of Indiana's Department of Homeland Security, spoke recently at an Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center meeting.
Indiana's distinction of having one of the last dry state fairs could end this year if legislation clears the House.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence spent Wednesday morning highlighting the work of an Indianapolis preschool as he made a final pitch for an early education voucher plan that has foundered in the Legislature.
With one week left in this year's legislative session, state Rep. Jerry Torr, R-Carmel, and others will be facing crunch time / The Star 2013 file photo How conference committees work Legislative leaders appoint four members to each conference committee, two from each party and chamber, to try to reach consensus over different versions of a bill.
Gov. Mike Pence could sign on for Medicaid expansion in Indiana today. When Obamacare went into effect on Jan. 1, any uninsured person in the state with a household income exceeding 138 percent of the poverty line qualified for subsidized health-care insurance through the health exchange.
The Noblesville Republican wants a study commission to determine which families really need tax-supported school for 4-year-olds.
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Lawmakers could still approve a small pilot program to test state-funded pre-kindergarten, the leader of the Indiana Senate said Thursday.
An expansion of Indiana's lifeline law is now on its way to Gov. Mike Pence after receiving its final legislative approval Thursday.