Legislation & Advocacy

Indiana Statehouse
Our advocacy work is just one of the ways that we advance civil liberties in our state. We spend a significant amount of time engaging in the legislative process, monitoring key civil liberty issues and talking with Indiana legislators to ensure the protection of Hoosiers' rights. We aim to support bills that strengthen our rights guaranteed under the Constitution and defeat bills that threaten them. But we cannot do this work without you. Please use the tools and resources below to engage in our advocacy defending civil liberties in Indiana!

Resources & Tools

Download our Activist Toolkit

Find your legislators

Take action to protect civil liberties

Sign up to volunteer with the ACLU of Indiana

Attend a Third House Meeting

Read the 2022 Legislative Report & Scorecard


Throughout the 2022 legislative session, we monitored key bills that affect Hoosiers' civil liberties. See some of the bills we tracked below.

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SB 200 and HB 1195: Driving Cards

SB 200 and HB 1195 provide that an undocumented individual who is an Indiana resident can apply for a driving card learner's permit and driving card to lawfully operate a vehicle in Indiana.

January 14, 2022 Immigrants' Rights

SB 320: Warrants

SB 320 would effectively ban no-knock warrants in Indiana by requiring law enforcement officers serving a search or arrest warrant at a person's home to knock and announce before forcibly executing the warrant, and establish other requirements for the issuance and execution of a warrant.

January 14, 2022 Policing