Police departments cannot charge citizens a fee to “inspect,” rather than “obtain,” accident reports, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled, ordering the Evansville police to allow a woman to inspect such a report at no charge.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita will have to make public the government’s advisory opinion on his former employment with Apex Benefits after a trial court rejected his argument that the document is confidential.
In separate motions for summary judgment, the parties in the lawsuit about Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s previous job are arguing over whether the Office of Inspector General has the authority to shield its reports from public review.
Immigration group drops suit against Clay Co. officials regarding jail project that could house more ICE detainees
A lawsuit alleging Clay County officials failed to provide transparency in developing plans for a possible expansion of the Clay County Justice Center in Brazil, which houses U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees, has been voluntarily dismissed.
This past October, Luke Britt was reappointed by Gov. Eric Holcomb for a second time for another four-year term as Indiana’s public access counselor. Britt is the state’s seventh PAC and is in his ninth year in the role.