The ACLU says Indianapolis police unlawfully told four individuals to move because they were holding signs asking for money.
The ACLU says a display of crosses along Evansville's Riverfront is a public endorsement of religion, but city attorneys say it is a private display.
The lawsuit is being filed after a judge ruled inmates at a federal prison must be allowed the right to group prayer.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles say the decision is the result of a pending lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the department's program.
The taxi drivers say the Speedway police took their licenses without cause on the Indy 500 race day.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles is reinstating the gay youth support group's license plate but is barring them from having low-numbered plates.
A judge previously ordered a federal prison in Terre Haute to allow Muslim inmates to participate in daily group prayer.
Department of Correction representatives appeared in a federal court Wednesday to outline their plans for improving treatment of mentally ill inmates.
The Department of Correction is set to appear in District Court on Wednesday afternoon to answer allegations of mistreating mentally ill inmates.
Earlier this week, the BMV asked for clarification of a ruling ordering the department to reinstate the license plates.