Indiana's House Republicans Looking for Votes
Indiana's House Republicans are looking to cement their State house majority with enough votes to block any future walkouts by Democrats. But getting to the 67 seats needed for a "supermajority" won't be easy. Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute President John Ketzenberger says the number is within reach for Republicans, but a handful of pickups in November is more likely. Republicans were able to drive a more conservative agenda after winning a dozen new seats in 2010.