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The Republican leaders of the General Assembly want Indiana to scrap the Common Core education standards and have the state adopt its own guidelines to prepare students for college and careers, a report today said. House Speaker Brian Bosma of
Rep. Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis, walks to the rostrum after being elected as Speaker of the House during 2012 Organizational Day at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. Bosma said last week the unifying theme this session was a focus on the state economy.
With the constitutional marriage amendment looming just over the horizon, the Indiana Republican Party is hardly one happy family living in a big tent. Multiple sources are telling me that a distinct majority of the Indiana Republican Central
After serving House District 33 for 9 years, State Representative Bill Davis (R-Portland) has submitted his letter of resignation effective November 3rd , 2013 in order to serve the state as the Executive Director of the Office of Community and Rural
An ongoing feud between the Republican state Board of Education and Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz boiled over Tuesday when she sued the board in state court alleging an open-meetings law violation. The lawsuit names the
Indiana Rep. Phyllis Pond -- the longest-serving woman in the Indiana House of Representatives -- has died...She had suffered significant health problems in recent years, including pulmonary fibrosis, The (Fort Wayne) Journal Gazette reported.
Issue of scooters expected to grow Posted September 16, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. In advance of the Indiana Legislature engaging in a healthy debate about whether to regulate the little scooters that seem to be multiplying on our city streets, Indiana House
Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma spent some time Friday morning hearing from an Evansville Police Department official why officers here want the state legislature to place additional restrictions on the operation of motorized scooters...Jason Cullum
Indiana's top lawmakers are saying the new school grading formula is unlikely to include benchmark schools after a review of changes former state superintendent Tony Bennett made for a campaign donor's charter school. A review released Friday found
A panel of teachers, principals and superintendents will be tasked with rewriting Indiana's school grading system in the wake of a grade-changing scandal that benefited a Republican donor's school, state leaders announced Thursday. Lawmakers had