Indiana House Of Representatives Getting An Upgrade

The Indiana House of Representatives will be getting an upgrade. The Indiana Statehouse will be getting a 750-thousand dollar renovation to replace carpeting, improve digital cables and add 127 leather chairs.  And by the way, the chairs are coming from the Indiana Furniture Company in Jasper and go for 760-dollars a piece.  House Republicans say they plan to sell the old chairs to offset some of the cost.  These upgrades come even after Republicans questioned Democratic Schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz's decision to spend $86,000 on improvements at her offices last year. So far around 130-thousand have already been spent.