INDIANAPOLIS – The ACLU of Indiana opposes Senate Bill 198, the most recent version of bias crimes legislation. The bill passed the House on second reading Monday in a voice vote, meaning legislators’ votes will not be made public.
INDIANAPOLIS – After a failed attempt on the House floor late yesterday afternoon, Indiana legislators are trying again to add language to legislation that
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INDIANAPOLIS – On Monday, the Indiana House Committee on Judiciary will hear Senate Bill 471. According to proponents, the bill is meant to protect “critical infrastructure” from damages that occur during protests. However, existing Indiana laws already prohibit trespassing and property damage.
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.