"Given this new law, we will be forced to plan for more employment growth outside our home state," said Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Co.
(The Center Square) – Two of Indiana’s leading employers have said the passage of a near-total ban on abortion could negatively impact future expansion plans in the state. Eli Lilly and Cummins are the most recent employers to come out against the legislation.
Senate Bill 1 authored by Sen. Sue Glick, R-LaGrange, which bans abortion in the state except for limited instances, was signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb into law Aug. 5 at the conclusion of the General Assembly's special session.
In Indiana, state-level candidates and PACs have spent $118,005 from their campaign accounts on services from the United States Postal Service in the 2022 election cycle so far. USPS received 0.3 percent of all $34.3 million in reported expenditures. According to Indiana Secretary of State reports, here are the top candidates and PACs that have […]
Indiana is the first state to legislatively impose new abortion restrictions following the June 24 Dobbs v. Jackson ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that rescinded the right to abortion.
"I urge our state to begin taking proactive steps as well so we can get out ahead of this health issue before there’s a further spike in cases," said state Sen. Eddie Melton, D-Gary.
(The Center Square) – The Indiana House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved $75 million in support of families and $1 billion in taxpayer relief just hours ahead passing a ban on elective abortion in the state.
The government of Indiana is on the verge of mandating nearly every Hoosier woman who becomes pregnant to carry the pregnancy to term and deliver a baby.
WASHINGTON — For a delegation that easily logs more than a million highway miles every year, Wednesday's news of the death of U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski and staffers Zachery Potts and Emma Thomson was a staggering, drop-to-your-knees moment of shock and then overwhelming grief.
(The Center Square) – Students in 21 Indiana school districts will take part in immersive language learning this year with help from nearly $600,000 in grants awarded by the Indiana Department of Education.
If Senate Bill 2 is approved by the House Friday, the Republican-controlled Senate need only consent to the revisions to send the legislation to Gov. Holcomb to be signed into law.
"I really believe this bill is where it needs to be. It's in a good place," said state Rep. Wendy McNamara, R-Evansville, a LaPorte native and sponsor of the legislation.
(The Center Square) – State and federal leaders from both parties have expressed grief over the death of Rep. Jackie Walorski, a Republican who represented Indiana’s second congressional district, while the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department released a correction on details of the crash that resulted in the death of the 58-year-old lawmaker and three others Wednesday.
(The Center Square) – Twenty-one Republican governors called the Inflation Reduction Act "another reckless tax and spending spree" in a joint statement released Thursday.
The locally made Ford Explorer SUV posted a 32.4% surge in sales in July as compared to a year ago, the second straight month it saw a strong increase.
Former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels is leading an effort to persuade Congress to reduce the federal budget deficit to tame inflation, bolster the economy and slow the growth of the national debt.
(The Center Square) – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski, R-Indiana, and three others died in a two-vehicle crash in Elkhart County, Indiana, at about 12:32 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon, the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
Editor's note: This story has been updated with new information from the sheriff's department.
Even if a tax and spending agreement is soon reached, Hoosiers likely won't see any benefits from it until late September or October — depending on what's in it and how long it takes to implement.
State Rep. Wendy McNamara, R-Evansville, chairwoman of the House Committee on Courts and Criminal Code, said the changes are "a thoughtful way forward" that "shows compassion for mothers and babies."
At approximately 3:42 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon, Illinois State Police District troopers responded to a report of a discharged firearm on a Pace bus traveling on Interstate 94 northbound near 130th Street.
The Indiana Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit claiming Gary's policy of prioritizing local public safety and protecting the rights of immigrants runs afoul of Indiana's prohibition on sanctuary cities.
The House Committee on Public Health is scheduled to hear public testimony on the legislation at the Statehouse beginning at 8 a.m. Region time Tuesday.
(The Center Square) – The Indiana Attorney General’s office makes a practice of using private law firms to conduct investigations on its behalf. Currently, seven open investigations are being conducted by private counsel, according to information on the AG’s website.