The Indiana House passed a $1.3 billion tax cut bill on to the Senate with a division on whether or not the cut is the best use of Indiana’s resources.
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The U.S. Senate unanimously approved Thursday the nomination of former U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., to serve as U.S. ambassador to the Holy See.
The House Judiciary Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to advance a proposed constitutional amendment removing the state superintendent of public instruction from the gubernatorial line of succession.
(The Center Square) – Republicans are pushing for greater access to monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19 after the federal government took over the distribution of such drugs last year.
At least two Democratic candidates already are vying for the chance to succeed retired state Sen. Frank Mrvan, and both also are competing to represent the 1st Senate District for a four-year term.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden saw a flurry of setbacks on a range of key issues this week, making it one of his toughest since taking office.
This article is part of a yearlong reporting project focused on redistricting and gerrymandering in Pennsylvania. It is made possible by the support of Spotlight PA members and Votebeat, a project focused on election integrity and voting access.
The Indiana House could vote as soon as Tuesday to approve a controversial plan restricting Indiana companies from imposing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement on their employees.
(The Center Square) – Florida’s Republican U.S. senators have introduced a bill to impose sanctions on China if the communist country continues to prevent “a credible and comprehensive international investigation into the origins of COVID-19 at laboratories in Wuhan.”
(The Center Square) – The Indiana General Assembly recently passed a bill out of that requires all counties in the state to have voting machines with at least some paper ballot backups by July 1, 2024.