The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a lawsuit today against Representative J.D. Prescott for blocking his constituent, Brandon Kloer, from commenting on the Representative’s official Facebook page.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana today filed a lawsuit against the town of Knightstown, after at least 26 community members were banned from commenting on the police department’s official Facebook page, due to comments that were critical of the police department.
A bill that would interfere with Hoosiers’ access to reproductive health care, House Bill 1577, passed out of the House today.
On Monday, the Senate Committee on Elections will hear Senate Bill 353, a bill which would require an individual to show proof of citizenship documentation, including a passport or birth certificate, in order to register to vote.
The Senate Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law passed Senate Bill 198 out of committee today. This legislation would enhance criminal penalties for rioting, obstruction of traffic, and curfew violations, and remove power from communities on multiple fronts.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana today filed a lawsuit against the Jackson County Public Library, after the library banned a patron for sharing an anti-Trump message. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Mr. Richard England, alleges that during a visit to the library, Mr.