Guess it wouldn't seem normal if we didn't have at least one of these every General Assembly session:
Indiana lawmakers opened their 2012 session by looking at the option of changing the state to a single time zone, instead of straddling eastern and central. An organization called the Central Time Coalition wants to see the whole state move to central time, although a majority of the state sticks with eastern.
But, jeez, give it a rest. We spend enough time and energy on keeping up with new controversies. We don't need to keep revisiting old ones.