A bill changing the process for calling a court martial within the Indiana National Guard is one step closer to passage.
Bill aims to protect data privacy: Law looks for balance between rights of consumers, businesses
A new state law passed earlier this year, Senate Enrolled Act 5, has set up a framework for Hoosier consumers to find what personal information of theirs is being collected and what companies are doing with that data.Read More
Misdemeanor funding coming back to defenders? Public defender offices hoping for restoration of misdemeanor reimbursement funding
As staff shortages collide with overflowing caseloads, chief public defenders around the state are keeping a close eye on new funding proposed by Gov. Eric Holcomb that would reimburse public defender offices for handling misdemeanor cases.
Dozens of bills are already advancing through committees and legislative chambers halfway through the third week of Indiana’s 2023 session.
Indiana lawmakers are holding off on pursuing major anti-abortion action as they await a U.S. Supreme Court decision that could roll back abortion rights across the country.