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On this episode of Indiana Newsdesk… it’s the law now in Indiana. If you’re driving too slow in the fast lane, you could get a ticket. Details of the new law and how police say they’ll enforce it.

We go live to the capitol where our statehouse reporter will break down all the new laws you need to know about.

Plus imagine the excitement, you finally find your dream home. It’s perfect for your family but after you move in everyone starts getting sick. Indiana is leading the country in meth busts. The contaminants can be toxic and home-buyers are often blind-sided because it’s up to the meth user to disclose the problem.

Those stories plus the latest top headlines from across the state.

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Now you can get a ticket for driving too slow in the fast lane. We break down other new laws. Plus, how home-buyers are often blind sided because of meth users.

July 3, 2015

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June 26, 2015

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The Supreme Court ruling on health care subsidies and same-sex marriage. A new teen gender identity program gets teachers involved and a Bloomingfoods update.

June 26, 2015

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Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Same-Sex Marriage

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June 25, 2015

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June 19, 2015

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A look at the local food business amidst increasing competition and the renewable fuel debate and why oil companies and environmentalists are working together.

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