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The Indiana House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday that would legalize the sale of carryout alcohol on Sundays.
Newly bought hunting rifles were slung over shoulders, and shotguns were pointed to the ceiling as people milled around tables covered in weaponry, from tasers to an AR-15 rifle.
With only a few weeks left until the Indiana General Assembly must adjourn for the session, lawmakers are continuing to hear, pass and fail hundreds of bills still in the works. Here’s what you missed last week in the legislature:
Thirteen Russian nationals in collaboration with three business entities have been implicated in meddling with the 2016 presidential, according to an indictment released Friday by the office of Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III, whose investigation is focusing on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton’s State of the City address began Thursday night, but his planned speech was never finished.
A bill allowing Indiana farmers to grow industrial hemp passed Thursday through a Senate committee.
INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that would establish an employability standards curriculum in K-12 schools passed Thursday unanimously through a House committee.
The White House released an outline for national infrastructure funding Monday morning.
As they head into the second half of the Indiana legislative session, lawmakers reflect on what they’ve done, what they haven’t done and what they still hope to accomplish.
Many Bloomington stores faced a predicament after Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announced in November that cannabidiol products were illegal in almost all circumstances.
Jeff Kehr has been working in the Monroe County prosecutor’s office since 1996. Now, he hopes to continue in public service as he runs for judge in the Seat 3 race.
In his time in Monroe County, Alphonso Manns has seen the number of county courts grow from just three to nine.
INDIANAPOLIS — While greek life sometimes contributes to sexual violence on college campuses, fraternity and sorority members also have the power to change the culture, former Vice President Joe Biden said Friday afternoon at a fraternity conference.
State lawmakers are halfway through their session, which is scheduled to end March 14.
Making the trek to the outer limits of campus to vote may have been difficult for some IU students in the past elections.
Kyra Howard, 17, from the Plainfield High School publication staff, nervously watched the state House of Representatives live stream last week all day for three days in a row. She asked her teachers if she could keep it up on her laptop.
A bill that would establish redistricting standards for voting districts passed 42-6 Monday through the state Senate.
A bill which would allow a person to legally carry a gun in a church property, regardless of whether there is a school on the same property or not, passed through the state Senate on Tuesday.
A bill that would have provided press freedom protections for students in grades 7 through 12 failed Monday in the Indiana House of Representatives.
INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that would legalize the sale and possession of CBD oil with a THC composition of no more than 0.3 percent passed 35-13 Monday afternoon through the Senate.