You may have heard Governor Pence, in his State of the State address, challenging all of us to find a way in which religious liberty can co-exist alongside civil rights laws, including civil rights laws updated to protect gay and transgender Hoosiers.
A Fort Wayne mom who has early-stage Hepatitis C is one of thousands of individuals across Indiana whose lives could possibly be saved through an ACLU of Indiana class-action lawsuit filed in November, 2015.
On October 20, 2015, Judge Sarah Evans Barker ruled on our challenge to an Indiana law, that would have made it a level six felony for a voter to take a ballot "selfie" at the polls or to share it on social networks.
On January 7, 2015, after more than a year in which the fate of a Lafayette, Ind.
In October 2015, the ACLU of Indiana brought a lawsuit against the Indiana Department of Child Services on behalf of a Greene County couple, Julie and David Arthur, who have been providing care for their three special needs grandchildren.