The House voted 84-8 to set statewide rules limiting where strip clubs, adult bookstores, adult video retailers, adult toy shops or similar businesses focused on sexually explicit products can locate.
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State Sen. Eddie Melton is proposing Lake Etta County Park in Gary be repurposed for a Lake County convention center or a venue for "entertainment related events serving national or regional markets."
"This is extra money we've taken from the taxpayers. So our job is to give it back if we don't need it," said state Rep. Tim Brown, R-Crawfordsville, the sponsor of the measure.
The Republican-controlled House voted 58-35 Tuesday to approve a controversial plan restricting Indiana companies from imposing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement on their employees.
"You can get about a percent higher rate of return. Over a period of time that could mean an extra million dollars of interest for the town," said state Rep. Mike Aylesworth, R-Hebron.
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 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.
State Sen. Frank Mrvan, D-Hammond, did not specify in his resignation announcement why he's choosing to leave the Statehouse with less than 10 months remaining in his four-year term.
State police opposition last year was enough to spur Senate President Rod Bray, R-Martinsville, into stopping a similar House-approved proposal, House Bill 1369, from advancing through the Senate.
"Under our tax cut plan, we would put about $1.3 billion back in Hoosiers' pockets while continuing to protect Indiana's financial future," said House Speaker Todd Huston, R-Fishers.