A new law will allow high performing schools to determine how they spend their time with students.
The first bill the governor signed into law prevents a $57 million in farm property tax increase.
A nepotism policy goes into effect July 1. A second conflict of interest policy must be implemented by next year.
Under the law, underaged Hoosiers can call an emergency service for an intoxicated friend and not be charged.
Occupy Bloomington protestors could be in violation of several state laws and city ordinances including disorderly conduct and obstruction of walkways.
A symposium Thursday at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law tackled well-trodden areas of debate on the issue.
The state relies heavily on apartment complex managers to enforce the grill fire laws because enforcement officers cannot inspect every apartment.
U.S. District Court Judge Sarah Evans Barker says the law violates the constitution‘s due-process and search-and-seizure provisions.
Richard Barnes was found guilty of shoving an officer who tried to follow him through his apartment door during a domestic-violence investigation.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana President Betty Cockrum said that while her staff may be uncomfortable with the law, they will abide by it.