INDIANAPOLIS — Dozens of new bills were signed into law Monday by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, including those that will allow pharmacists to prescribe birth control, establish a pilot program for speed cameras in road work zones and exempt military members from paying state income taxes.

The 68 bills passed during the 2023 legislative session — which came to a close shortly before 3 a.m. Friday — are the latest to get executive approval. In total, lawmakers passed 252 bills during the four-month session. Holcomb has now signed 161 of those, meaning 91 still need a signature.