It was a busy day Monday at the Indiana General Assembly  and Tuesday isn’t shaping out to be any different as lawmakers hit the halftime mark.  Here’s what’s happening…

Governor Mike Pence signs legislation cutting the ISTEP exam by at least three hours.  (Chalkbeat Indiana)

House Democrats fail in effort to amend budget to increase funding for schools(The Statehouse File)

House passes “Freedom to Teach” legislation.  (WIBC-FM)

Indiana colleges to partner with Gallup to survey student experiences.  (State Impact Indiana)

Indiana school voucher use up 47 percent to 29,000 students.  (South Bend Tribune)

Indiana House Republicans vote to repeal the Common Wage Construction law.  (Jim Shella, WISH-TV)

A vote on Sunday alcohol sales is delayed until Tuesday.  (RTV 6)

House Speaker Brian Bosma pulls a gaming bill off the floor due to its tax impact on local governments. (Indy Star)

The Indiana Senate turns back amendments to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.