Attorney Todd Rokita may have a GOP challenger at the Indiana Republican Party’s state convention in June.
Rokita facing lawyer discipline charges: Discipline complaint marks 2nd time in 4 years Indiana AG faces formal ethics complaint
For the second time in four years, the Indiana attorney general is facing lawyer discipline charges.Read More
Abortion restrictions likely coming to Indiana if draft opinion is published
Since the leak earlier this month of a draft opinion indicating Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey will be overturned, U.S. Senate Democrats have failed to codify the right to an abortion. Meanwhile, Republican-led states including Indiana have indicated they are prepared to tighten restrictions once the opinion is published this summer.Read More
A federal appeals court on Tuesday allowed Indiana’s ban on gender-affirming care to go into effect, removing a temporary injunction a judge issued last year.
If courts disqualify Donald Trump from state ballots, then democracy in America is lost.
7th Circuit hears oral arguments regarding Indiana law prohibiting ‘human sexuality’ instruction in grades K-3
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Friday in a case involving an Indianapolis teacher who is seeking preliminary injunction against a new Indiana law that prohibits instruction on human sexuality in grades K-3.
The Senate Elections Committee on Monday added an amendment to a bill that could block some Hoosiers from running for state attorney general.
In response to a request from the Indiana State Police’s legal counsel, Attorney General Todd Rokita has issued a legal opinion that argues an expungement restores the rights of certain individuals to purchase or possess firearms.
After pushback from a dozen Indiana school districts, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita’s office is making changes to its new “Eyes on Education” portal that publicizes alleged examples of “indoctrination” in Hoosier schools.
A new dashboard unveiled Tuesday by the Indiana Attorney General’s Office makes public more than two dozen allegations of “potentially inappropriate materials” in Hoosier schools, like critical race theory materials and gender identity policies.
In agreeing on a public reprimand for Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita, the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission looked to the prior discipline of another elected official.
Some Indiana officials, including the attorney general and the secretary of state, could carry handguns in the state Capitol under a bill approved Monday by state lawmakers, who already can do so inside the complex.
Republican Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita finished 2023 with nearly $1.1 million in his campaign coffers as he mounts his reelection bid this year.
The disciplinary process is no leftist partisan witch hunt.
Before the high court on Friday granted cert to the case, Rokita, alongside West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, led a 27-state amici brief urging the justices to answer the question of whether Trump can be kept off 2024 ballots.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita submitted a new and bombastic filing on Wednesday accusing the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission of caving to outside pressure in a “political melee,” saying it could no longer give him fair treatment.
The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission on Monday filed a petition asking to release a conditional agreement signed by Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita after he publicly denied wrongdoing following a settlement.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita this week congratulated his litigation team for winning all of its eight civil jury trials this year. Rokita is the state’s chief legal officer and his office is its law firm.
Acting upon evidence from a complaint filed by the Indiana Office of the Attorney General, the Indiana Board of Pharmacy has voted to sanction a Marion County doctor for illegal practices.
An Indiana county judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by the state accusing TikTok of deceiving its users about the level of inappropriate content for children on its platform and the security of its consumers’ personal information.
Indiana has joined five other states in reaching a $6.5 million settlement agreement with a global financial services company that acknowledged it failed to protect its customers’ personal information on multiple occasions.