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'Elkhart Four' convictions put new spotlight on felony murder statute

March 11, 2015
Three teens convicted of felony murder have asked the Indiana Supreme Court to overturn their convictions because they did not directly kill the victim.More.

Indiana plans language to 'clarify' religious-objections law

March 30, 2015
Indiana’s Republican legislative leaders said Monday they’re working on adding language to a new state law to make it clear that it doesn’t allow discrimination against gays and lesbians, while Democrats countered that a full repeal is the only way to stem the widespread criticism.More.

House committee removes public record search fee from bill

March 27, 2015
Lawmakers on Thursday stripped an education bill of major proposed changes to Indiana's open records laws after concerns were raised about how the measure would impact all government agencies and not just schools.More.

Bartholomew juvenile detentions plummet under JDAI

March 27, 2015
The number of local juvenile offenders detained each year in Bartholomew County has been decreasing dramatically during the past decade, the Columbus Republic reports.More.

Dispute over beach ownership heading back to trial court

March 26, 2015
Property owners along Lake Michigan will have another chance to make their arguments in a dispute over which part of the beach belongs to them and which belongs to the public.More.
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