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New portable alcohol monitoring device gains favor in community corrections

April 9, 2014
Offenders ordered to forgo alcohol in order to stay out of prison now have a powerful incentive to stay sober – they hold the key to their freedom in their hands.More.

Brokers fear criminal justice complex could harm downtown Indianapolis

April 18, 2014
Creating a new criminal justice complex outside of downtown Indianapolis will mean big changes for the Mile Square, and some real estate brokers think the transition will be painful.More.

Ethics Committee schedules hearing to review legislator’s actions

April 17, 2014
The House Committee on Ethics has scheduled a meeting to review whether Rep. P. Eric Turner violated legislative ethics when he pushed caucus members to vote against a bill that would have potentially hurt his family’s business interests.More.

Senators seek candidate to fill Judge Barker’s vacancy

April 14, 2014
Indiana Sens. Joe Donnelly and Dan Coats have begun the process for selecting a candidate to fill the vacancy coming to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.More.

Councilor: ACLU settlement won't deter panhandling proposal

April 9, 2014
The city of Indianapolis reached a settlement with the American Civil Liberties Union over enforcement of its panhandling ordinance, but that won't deter a City-County Council effort to pass a more restrictive law, a councilor said Wednesday morning.More.
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