Committee members heard over five hours of testimony on Monday concerning a controversial bill that educators worry would limit teachers’ ability to teach about race and racism in the name of transparency for parents.
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SOUTHERN INDIANA — As cases of domestic violence have risen across the state during the pandemic, Rep. Karen Engleman is working to pass a bill that would require judges to hear additional evidence after denying certain arrest warrants.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A house bill that will be proposed in Indiana’s 2022 legislative session aims to reduce the number of infant deaths in the state by adding to current law to refine the autopsy process.
A bill restricting employers from imposing vaccine mandates on their employees passed a House committee Thursday on a 7-4 vote.
A bill seeking to abolish Indiana’s gun licensing requirement passed out of committee Wednesday and moves to be heard in front of the House.
A lot of Democrats are mad at Joe Manchin these days.
Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise. Proverbs 6:6
Mismanagement often takes time to uncover. When it seeps into a government office, the public typically doesn’t know of a problem until an audit is conducted or a candidate begins throwing darts.
If the bill is passed and signed, all states will be required to provide continuous Medicaid coverage for 12 months postpartum.