A legislative panel avoided directly endorsing a proposal to eliminate Indiana's law requiring a license to carry a handgun in public.
The lack of funding is largely because of a law preventing the CDC from using federal funds “to advocate or promote gun control.”
The issue of whether to repeal a law that requires Hoosiers to be permitted to carry a handgun will likely come up next session.
In the op-ed for the New York Times, Hamilton describes seeing weapons carried openly at the local public pool and during the Fourth of July parade.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly made comments on ISIL and gun control.
Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives are staging a sit-in on the House floor to protest a lack of action on voting for gun control measures.
The U.S. Senate failed to enact four proposals for gun control legislation Monday night.
Following the shooting in Orlando, the U.S. Senate rejected all of the proposed gun control measures.
How the events in Orlando are affecting Hoosiers, a discussion on gun control and why home buyers in Indiana are becoming frustrated.
Indiana's senators are working with their colleagues on legislation that would prevent known or suspected terrorists from purchasing guns.