INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Senate amended Senate Bill 12, the most current version of hate crimes legislation, Tuesday. The bill still provides that a court may consider bias in imposing a criminal sentence.
Thousands of Indiana Medicaid recipients infected with Hepatitis C will soon be eligible to receive direct-acting antiviral medications, or DAAs, that have a greater than 90% rate of curing the disease.
INDIANAPOLIS – The State today requested United States Supreme Court to end a preliminary injunction blocking ultrasound waiting period provisions in House Enrolled Act 1337.
INDIANAPOLIS – An agreement was reached today in the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana lawsuit filed in November against East Allen County Schools (EACS) on behalf of Leo Pride Alliance. Leo Pride Alliance, a student-led Gay Straight Alliance for high school students at Leo Jr. Sr.
INDIANAPOLIS – The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a lawsuit Wednesday against members of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, for removing the personal property of five community members residing under an infrequently traveled railroad overpass.
INDIANAPOLIS – The ACLU of Indiana today sent a letter to Elkhart Mayor, Tim Neese, offering recommendations for responding to misconduct and use of excessive force within the Elkhart Police Department.