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The U.S. Senate voted 81–18 Monday to approve a short-term spending bill which would re-open the government and keep it running through Feb. 8, and soon after the House followed suit, voting 266–150 to pass the continuing resolution.
The Indiana Senate passed a bill Monday that would allow carryout alcohol sales on Sundays.
Koby Bluitt, a senior at Ball State University, marched to be a microphone for those who can't speak up. Tina Vawter, an IU class of 1971 graduate, marched because she said she can't stand President Trump.
When the federal government shuts down, the country does not come to a shuddering halt, nor do the lights go out in the Capitol, nor does mass chaos immediately ensue.
Maddy Waters, 11, was one one of the first people to give a speech Saturday during the Bloomington Resistance March in front of the Monroe County Courthouse.
INDIANAPOLIS — A man with wild hair swaggers between the pews of the First Church of Cannabis. Funky music plays as the man, Bill Levin, reaches the front of the room.
The Indiana General Assembly is two and a half weeks into this year's legislative session. With hundreds of bills still on the table, here's a look at some bills that passed and failed this week.
The Bloomington City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to adopt the city’s Comprehensive Plan.
A bill intended to protect veterans from predatory loan practices has gained the support of Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS — About 30 people gathered around the television outside the Indiana Senate chambers Wednesday afternoon. They all wore bright blue T-shirts that read “We Want Cold Beer!” on the front and “Vote Yes to SB 26” on the back.
A state House of Representatives committee passed a bill Wednesday that would allow the sale of carryout alcohol on Sundays.
INDIANAPOLIS — Supporters of two proposed hate crime laws gathered in the Statehouse Tuesday afternoon to spread a message: enough is enough.
Campus and city authorities spoke to the Indiana Daily Student about what Martin Luther King Jr. Day means to the Bloomington community, especially given the current political discourse.
With five bills filed in the Indiana General Assembly, redistricting reform is set to be a much-debated topic this session.
Congressmen Todd Rokita, R-4th District, and Luke Messer, R-6th District, deliver remarks at the state Republican party's Congress of Countries on Saturday. Neither of the two front-runners for the Republican nomination in Indiana's 2018 Senate primary disavowed President Trump's reported complaints about accepting immigrants from "shithole countries."
INDIANAPOLIS — Republican Senate candidates have one focus for the upcoming 2018 election: beating Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS — The two frontrunners for the Republican nomination in Indiana's 2018 Senate primary declined on Saturday to disavow President Trump's reported complaints about accepting immigrants from "shithole countries."
WASHINGTON — As he rejected a bipartisan compromise to resolve the standoff over so-called Dreamers, President Donald Trump asked participants in an Oval Office meeting Thursday why the United States should accept immigrants from "shithole countries" in Africa, Central America and the Caribbean, according to two people briefed on the meeting.
INDIANAPOLIS — Rep. Luke Messer, R-6th District, won a Congress of Counties U.S. Senate Republican straw poll by 65 votes.
Gov. Eric Holcomb used his annual State of the State address to discuss successes of his first year as well as his agenda for the year ahead. With Democratic leaders saying the speech lacked boldness and leadership, here is what was said, what was not said and what lawmakers wished was said.