The bill was passed by the Indiana Senate last week and now heads to the house for consideration. If passed, the training requirements would become law in July 2016.
The movement is aimed toward changing the types of questions reporters ask female celebrities in the limelight, particularly on red carpets for special events.
The company has asked for taxpayer money to help with the expansion, with the promise of new jobs in return. Monday evening, a committee will decide if spending up to $18.5 million is with it.
Millions of people could lose health insurance subsidies in the coming months if the Supreme Court sides with opponents of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
The Secretary of State says Indiana business owners have received similar letters in recent years. They’re more frequent during tax season when people are busy and may not have time to thoroughly read each document they receive.
The results add weight to Obama’s new push to raise taxes on the rich and use some of the revenue to lower taxes on the middle class.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said if Congress fails to agree to a new budget for his department by the end of Friday, inaction by lawmakers would lead to staff furloughs that could harm the U.S. response to terrorist threats and warnings, such as the one late Saturday that names Minnesota’s Mall of America.
About a dozen protesters temporarily blocked traffic outside a police station before the vigil.
Prosecutors were scheduled Monday to continue their rebuttal against the defense of Eddie Ray Routh, but icy conditions forced proceedings to be canceled. The trial will resume Tuesday.
Arctic air returns to northern New England and parts of New York State on Monday after a brief flirtation with sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures.
America’s biggest tobacco companies say they are ready and willing to pass along factual public health information about cigarettes.
Police in Connecticut are investigating whether Wesleyan University students hospitalized with symptoms of overdoses on the drug known as “Molly.”