The General Assembly has passed a ban on abortion, turning back the clock 50 years on Hoosiers’ fundamental right to control their own bodies.
Judge grants preliminary injunction in ACLU lawsuit allowing 10-year-old trans girl to rejoin school’s softball team
Abortion Still Legal, But Indiana Legislators Could Act to Ban Abortion at Anytime
The ACLU of Indiana filed a lawsuit against HEA 1041, which bans transgender girls from participating in school sports, on behalf of a 10-year-old girl who plays on her school’s all-girls softball team.
Boone County blocked a citizen from the County’s Facebook page after he commented on a post to indicate that he intended to vote for a challenger for Boone County Commissioner.
Lawsuit Claims that Persons Found Incompetent to Stand Trial May Spend Months in Jails Rather than Receive Restoration Services
The law requires competency restoration services be provided to people who are found incompetent to stand trial, but this is not happening in some cases in Indiana county jails, leaving these individuals sitting in jails without access to necessary services.