The 2018 session of the Indiana General Assembly adjourned early in the morning on March 15, 2018. Five bills that were advancing on Thursday, failed to reach consensus and did not receive an affirmative vote for final passage. All other bills that were passed by the Indiana General Assembly were sent to the governor for his signature or veto.
Each year, the Governor’s Office tracks legislation that passes the General Assembly, to relay that information to Hoosiers. Each enrolled act is listed as well as when it was formally submitted to the governor, when it has to be acted upon, and when the Act is signed or vetoed by the governor. You can find out more about each piece of legislation currently before the governor using the following site: http://in.gov/gov/2966.htm.