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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The debate inside and outside the Indiana Statehouse over the past couple weeks over a lawmaker's proposal that all public schools should have a gun-carrying employee on hand had an undertone magnified by the deadly December...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The timing would seem perfect for an expansion of school vouchers in Indiana, where the state's high court recently upheld the nation's broadest voucher law and the initiative enjoys broad support in one of the country's most...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The drive to patch up Michigan's deteriorating roads is largely centered on money, how to win support from skeptical lawmakers for at least $1.2 billion a year in additional taxes and fees for needed upkeep. But hardly any...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Republican Gov. Mike Pence isn't throwing much support behind a proposal that would require Indiana schools to have an employee carrying a loaded gun during school hours. The governor's office released a statement Tuesday...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Medicaid would be expanded in Indiana through a state-run program under legislation approved Monday by a House committee, but while the plan keeps an opt-out provision should federal aid ever dry up, it reverses the governor's...
WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND – It’s a time honored tradition that’s taken very seriously in South Bend – Dyngus Day! That means the sausage is cooking, and politicians are making their rounds talking with supporters and people they want to...
Tags: Government, Politics, Executive Branch
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The penalties for marijuana possession and dealing will be tougher than first proposed in a major overhaul of Indiana's criminal sentencing laws under changes approved Thursday by a state Senate committee. The move to...
Tags: Government, Justice System, Misdemeanors, Trials, Crimes
The Indiana Supreme Court is upholding the Hoosier state's school voucher program. The vote to continue using taxpayer money to send kids to private school was unanimous. While some are celebrating others are not so pleased with the ruling. The...
Tags: Government, Justice System, Students, Judges, Trials
South Bend TribuneIndiana Gov. Mike Pence has appointed St. Joseph Circuit Court Magistrate Elizabeth Hurley to the St. Joseph Superior Court. The magistrate and former St. Joseph County deputy prosecutor will assume the bench of Judge Roland Chamblee when he retires on...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Republicans typically invoke Ronald Reagan's "11th Commandment" when they're fighting within the family, and there's been plenty of infighting recently over Gov. Mike Pence's tax cut at the Statehouse. Reagan made famous the...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Rep. Matt Lori found himself in an unusual position when shepherding through a $15.3 billion health budget that pays for Medicaid, the health insurance program for the needy. The Republican chairman of the House health budget...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The GOP-led Michigan Senate adjourned Thursday without voting to partner with the federal government on an online health insurance marketplace, rejecting Gov. Rick Snyder's plan to spend a $31 million federal grant implementing...
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