After clearing both chambers of the General Assembly, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act -- or RFRA -- is on its way to Governor Mike Pence for his signature. Pence has said he intends to sign the law, but some businesses and organizations are asking him to reconsider.
After RFRA passed the House, Pence released a statement saying he supported the measure and looked forward to signing it when it reaches his desk.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson Tuesday announced rules are in place that open the doors for Internet crowdfunding in Indiana.
The rules were developed after the legislature passed a bill authorizing the practice earlier this year.
Secretary of State Lawson says the online crowdfunding system is meant to help startup companies and bolster existing ones. The rules allow Indiana private companies to raise up to $2 million in capital. Individuals can invest up to $5,000.