A Colorado judge on Friday found that former President Donald Trump engaged in insurrection during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol but rejected an effort to keep him off the state’s primary ballot.
Web Exclusive: Indiana Supreme Court proposes rule change to publish public notices online, create website
The Indiana Supreme Court has proposed an amendment to the state trial rules that would allow court-required public notices to go online on a court created-website. The court is describing the proposal as a possible tool to increase court modernization and efficiency, but one media organization is raising some concerns.Read More
Advocates ask U.S. Supreme Court to review Indiana absentee voting laws
Hoosiers who unsuccessfully pushed for no-excuse absentee voting in Indiana during the 2020 election are turning to the U.S. Supreme Court, claiming the constitutional arguments they raised will become even more pertinent as some state legislatures are already trying to restrict mail-in balloting.Read More
A Michigan judge ruled Tuesday that former President Donald Trump will remain on the state’s primary ballot, dealing a blow to the effort to stop Trump’s candidacy with a Civil War-era Constitutional clause.
A former high school wrestling coach who slapped a student and the school district he worked for have won summary judgment in federal court on claims filed by the student and her mother.
A Colorado judge has rejected an attempt by former President Donald Trump to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to keep him off the state ballot, ruling that his objections on free-speech grounds did not apply.
Purchaser of tax sale parcels met constitutional, statutory notice requirements to property owners, IN Supreme Court affirms
A company’s repeated efforts to notify a Madison County couple by mail that their properties had been sold at a tax sale met federal and state notice requirements, the Indiana Supreme Court affirmed Wednesday.
Attorneys for former President Donald Trump argue that an attempt to bar him from the 2024 ballot under a rarely used “insurrection” clause of the Constitution should be dismissed as a violation of his freedom of speech.
Senate hopeful Rust says state law requiring candidates to vote in party’s previous primaries is unconstitutional
A would-be Republican candidate for U.S. Senate is challenging an Indiana law that would keep him off next year’s GOP primary ballot based on his previous voting record.
Indiana University’s police chief is out, and the university has settled a federal civil rights lawsuit after a graduate student said two IU Police Department officers violated his rights when he was arrested for an unpaid $3 parking fee.
A lawsuit seeks to bar Trump from the primary in Colorado, citing Constitution’s insurrection clause
A liberal group filed a lawsuit to bar former President Donald Trump from the primary in Colorado, arguing he is ineligible to run for the White House again under a clause in the U.S. Constitution aimed at candidates who have supported an “insurrection.”
Longtime city employee sues Valparaiso, alleges constitutional violations, gender/pay discrimination
A woman has filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Valparaiso, its mayor, a former city administrator Organizational Development Solutions, Inc. and the company’s president, alleging gender and pay discrimination, harassment, retaliation and defamation.
A student who claimed her constitutional rights were violated when she was allegedly sexually assaulted and harassed on a police ride-along can bring a claim against a Hammond police officer, but not the city’s chief of police.
Progressives are pushing hard for President Joe Biden to take the unprecedented step of invoking the 14th Amendment as a way to avoid financial calamity if the White House and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy do not strike a deal on the debt ceiling.
The White House and House Republicans wrapped up another round of debt ceiling talks Sunday as Washington races to strike a budget compromise along with a deal to raise the nation’s borrowing limit and avert an economy-wrecking federal default.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday that there are “no good options” for the United States to avoid an economic “calamity” if Congress fails to raise the nation’s borrowing limit of $31.381 trillion in the coming weeks.
A southwestern Indiana man is suing Vanderburgh County, the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office and one of its deputies over what the plaintiff says was his wrongful arrest for a 2022 traffic offense.
An inmate who claims he was sexually assaulted after being forced to undergo a blood draw will get another chance to pursue his case after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated summary judgment for the defendants.
The owners of a Noblesville business that sold baby clothes for adults before being shut down last summer have filed a federal suit against the city’s planning director and members of the city’s Board of Zoning Appeals.
The family of a Black South Bend man who was fatally shot by a now-resigned white police officer found no relief from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals after it concluded that the officer gave the man “a chance to live” before shooting.
A judge in Atlanta has rejected an appeal by a group of voters and affirmed the Georgia secretary of state’s decision that U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is eligible to run for reelection.
Charitable bail organization The Bail Project has filed a complaint in federal court alleging a new Indiana law restricting whom it can bail out of jail infringes on its constitutional rights.