State officials are prohibiting people convicted and incarcerated for misdemeanor offenses from voting while they are behind
bars, but that could change if a federal suit is successful.
An administrative law judge’s refusal to consider evidence of conditions that aren’t disclosed on a Medicaid disability
application doesn’t violate federal law and the Due Process Clause, a majority on the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled
A Franklin County mother is suing the Indiana High School Athletic Association and multiple school districts claiming discrimination
against the girl’s basketball team based on when the girls play their games.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals declined to decide whether Indiana provides a plaintiff an adequate post-deprivation remedy despite the state's recognition of an affirmative immunity defense for government workers acting in the scope of their employment.
Clark County lost in its efforts to be dismissed from suits filed by two fired Clark Circuit Court employees. Chief Judge David F. Hamilton in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, ordered the county to file answers to the complaints no later than Sept. 6.