A bill that expands the state's school voucher program is now law. Governor Pence signed the bill yesterday in a ceremony at Calvary Christian Academy. Siblings of students who receive vouchers and students who live in a district with a failing public school can now get a voucher without first going to a public school. The bill also increases the income threshold for voucher families. Opponents of a school voucher expansion worry it will drain more money from Indiana public schools.