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Bill to open adoption records moves forward

January 28, 2015
Indiana has nothing to fear from abandoning long-established practice and following the lead of numerous states in order to allow some 350,000 adopted Hoosiers access to their birth records, a leading national advocate said.More.

Ex-Evansville official gets 4 years for money laundering

January 30, 2015
A federal judge has sentenced a former Evansville Redevelopment Commission member to four years in prison for money laundering.More.

Attorney General nominee picks up GOP support

January 29, 2015
Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch picked up her first Republican endorsement Thursday en route to likely confirmation as the first black woman in the nation's top law enforcement job.More.

Expungement law still being perfected, legislator says

January 29, 2015
County clerks being overrun by expungement petitions are asking the Legislature to impose a filing fee to help offset the costs of processing the forms and restricting the records.More.

Senate votes to raise judicial retirement age

January 29, 2015
Indiana appellate judges could serve until age 80 under a bill that cleared the Indiana Senate Thursday.More.
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