It looks like the General Assembly is bent on undoing one of its most useful accomplishments of the 2009 session: its attempt to fix the broken and bankrupt unemployment insurance fund. In 2009, they passed HB 1379 which was signed into law.
The Republican proposal in the Senate was to delay implementation of the 2009 compromise by a year. The nearly unanimous House proposal is to undo implementation entirely. I guess both House and Senate are counting on the federal government continuing to loan us money to pay unemployment benefits. Anyone who voted to undo the 2009 compromise-fix who pisses and moans about D.C. on the campaign trail should be questioned closely on this issue.
Update Niki Kelly, writing for the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, has more.