After a five-week layoff, the Indiana House is racing to approve bills --- including the state budget --- to make up for lost time.With Republicans firmly in control, the Indiana House approved a $28 billion two-year spending plan this week. The Indiana Senate, also controlled by Republicans,
An initiative in Indiana to provide incentives for companies to invest in clean energy, including nuclear power, is stalling because of recent events in Japan. The incentives could have lead to the building of Indiana’s first nuclear power plant. But any such plans may have to wait.