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Lawmakers gave Gov. Mike Pence just a sliver of the expansive pre-kindergarten program he'd been seeking but assigned him significant responsibility in getting the state-funded classes going.
The entrance to the Indiana State Fair Midway on Tuesday, August 7, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
Gov. Mike Pence and House Republicans started the 2014 session with big plans for education, taxes and roads, but often found themselves running into Senate roadblocks.
One thing I've always loved about covering the General Assembly is seeing people come to the Statehouse and make a case.
Republican senators vote on the mass mass transit bill, which passed 32-16 Thursday, the last day of this year's General Assembly.
Here’s a look at how major issues fared in the 2014 Indiana General Assembly, which ended Thursday.
Several states are reviewing the implementation of Common Core, the k-12 English and math standards that have been adopted by 45 states and Washington, D.C. However some of those states are experiencing buyer's remorse.
Muncie schools made out pretty good, according to Supt. Tim Heller, assessing what state lawmakers did for public schools in the 2014 session.
The Indiana Senate passed a bill on Wednesday that will remove the state from the Common Core national standards.
It's going to be a beautiful evening for the Greening of the Canal! Join in the fun from 5 to 6 p.m. near Ohio and West streets .
State lawmakers amended HJR-3, a move that keeps the proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage off the ballot this year.
The bill passed the Senate 38-10 and the House 75-24 Thursday night. The measure now goes to Gov. Mike Pence for consideration.
A trio of federal lawsuits challenging Indiana’s same-sex marriage ban have been filed this month, joining a mounting number of similar complaints cropping up in courts nationwide.
A broad package of business tax cuts, a preschool pilot program and new money for transportation was sent to Gov. Mike Pence's desk Thursday night after state lawmakers who fought bitterly early in the session over a gay marriage ban found consensus in the final hours of the 2014 legislative session.
Gov. Mike Pence is pretty good at putting lipstick on a pig. In his own words, he describes the actions of a legislature this year as "a job well done."