The ACLU of Indiana is suing the Medical Licensing Board of Indiana over new rules that require patients who are prescribed painkillers to be drug tested.
The ministers along with members of the Freedom Indiana coalition delivered the letter to the Statehouse Monday.
Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce officials say if the General Assembly approves the proposal, it will have a negative impact on the city’s business climate.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a narrow ruling, leaving room for Indiana to move ahead with its plans to vote on an amendment banning same-sex marriage.
In a statement released on his Facebook page, Senator Joe Donnelly said he opposes amending both the Indiana and U.S. constitutions to ban same-sex marriage.
A team including an IU law professor met with Libyan leaders last week to discuss the development of a constitution and election procedures.
The court ruled a state law that requires a live operator on the phone before any recorded message does not violate the right to free speech.
A symposium Thursday at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law tackled well-trodden areas of debate on the issue.
Two sides debated Indiana's voucher program in a preliminary hearing Thursday.
The group says the voucher program violates law by providing tax dollars to religious institutions.