Here’s a summary of some of the political and governmental headlines from across the state of Indiana.  Be sure to sign up for the Statewide Summary, and get them delivered to your e-mail each morning.  And it’s totally free, by the way.

A woman alleges that when she was an Indiana legislative intern in 1992, she performed oral sex on a married Republican lawmaker who has since become the speaker of the state House of Representatives, a published report Wednesday said.  (Times of Northwest Indiana)

A Democratic state lawmaker says if recent intimidation allegations made against Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma are found to be true, it would be “very disturbing,” and he questioned whether Bosma should be the person to be crafting sexual harassment rules in the Legislature.  (IBJ)

Eyewitness News has learned House Ways and Means Chairman Tim Brown has been moved to an Indianapolis hospital.  (WTHR)

A poll taken during the height of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings gives incumbent Democrat U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly a small lead over Republican challenger Mike Braun.  (Indy Politics)

Governor Eric Holcomb will Thursday make a workforce development announcement in Indianapolis.  (Inside Indiana Business)

The latest numbers from the American Iron and Steel Institute show the United States is importing less steel compared to last year. That may sound like an unfortunate statistic, but it’s actually good for Indiana.   (WIBC)

Health experts say small black foil bags are key components to helping combat the opioid epidemic(Journal Gazette)

Marian University and Saint Joseph’s College hosted a press conference Wednesday afternoon to announce the name of Marian’s new two-year college called Saint Joseph’s College of Marian University – Indianapolis.   (WLFI)

Fifteen Indiana counties are getting a share of more than $210,000 raised through timber sales at state forests.  (Indiana Public Media)

Instead of filling in circles on a ballot, walk-in absentee voters in St. Joseph County will use touch screens for this general election.  (South Bend Tribune)