Senate Bill 91 establishes a “motorsports investment district” and authorizes horse racing associations and racino, a combination of a casino and racetrack, licensees to negotiate the amount of slot machine receipts that support the horse racing industry, according to the bill.
Former Sen. Richard Lugar will be bestowed the rank of Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in a ceremony Tuesday at the British Embassy in Washington D.C.
The REINS Act, passed by a 20-9 vote, aims to amend the current regulatory code to increase accountability and transparency in the Federal regulatory process.
The tax, which took effect in January, is expected to cost manufacturers approximately $194 million per month, risking 43,000 jobs, according to a press release from the Advanced Medical Technology Association.
Children who are employed or work as youth athletic program referees, umpires or officials are exempt from Indiana’s child labor law that previously prohibited them from working.
Senate Bill 551 would allow the state to negotiate with the federal government regarding the state-created Healthy Indiana Plan as a substitute for the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion.
The Commission for Higher Education will strive to have 60 percent of adults in the state earn college degrees by 2025.
Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann announced Monday that her office will launch the Indiana Office of Defense Development.
The IODD was created by an executive order from Gov. Mike Pence during his first day in office. It aims to expand the defense sector in Indiana business and create jobs for Hoosiers, according to a press release from the lieutenant governor’s office.
The uncertainty of the national budget looms as no solidified alternate proposal from Congress or President Barack Obama has yet to be presented.
Gender equality, treatment of prisoners and exploitation of workers are all issues a local commission is attempting to address in the pursuit of human rights.
An amendment made to Senate Bill 371 Monday dropped language that mandated an ultrasound after taking abortion-inducing medication.