Under the law, underaged Hoosiers can call an emergency service for an intoxicated friend and not be charged.
Governor Mitch Daniels has signed a bill that allows Indiana residents to resist unlawful police entry.
The Bloomington Police Department says people need to be educated about a bill the governor signed loosening public intoxication laws.
The law gives $80 million to full-day kindergarten, providing enough money for nearly every of-age Hoosier to attend.
Assembly passes law in response to court ruling restricting use of force against illegal police entry.
Indiana legislators are trying to work out the details of a police entry bill before the end of the legislative session.
A bill in an Indiana conference committee would raise fees on calls made to 911 from cell phones and land lines.
A bill allowing people to use force against police illegally entering their homes took a step closer to the governor’s desk Thursday.
The General Assembly is taking up the bills that would change the laws on police entry into homes without a warrant and a possible statewide smoking ban.
The U.S. House of Representatives plans to pick the bill back up after next week's recess.