The ACLU of Indiana has recently raised concerns regarding the lack of no-excuse absentee voting in Indiana for the November elections.
ACLU Lawsuit Filed against Indiana State Police for Interfering with Death-Penalty Protests at Terre Haute Prison
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a lawsuit today on behalf of Death Penalty Action, Indiana Abolition Coalition, Sisters of Providence of Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods Indiana, and individuals who protested and stood vigil in opposition to the July executions at Terre Haute Prison. I
U.S. District Court Judge Richard Young yesterday struck down a medically unnecessary Indiana law that would have singled out abortion providers by requiring invasive and vague reporting.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued orders today, granting two petitions for certiorari regarding Indiana abortion restrictions, vacating the lower court decisions and sending the cases back down for further review.
Individuals protesting police brutality, today sued the City of Fort Wayne and the Allen County Sheriff to immediately stop the use of chemical agents and projectiles on protesters. The lawsuit seeking an injunction and damages was filed by the ACLU of Indiana.