Talks are underway in the business community on possible solutions to the statewide debate over LGBT protections.
The contentious law, meant to protect LGBT citizens from discrimination, has been discussed and postponed in the largely-conservative city for weeks.
Carmel is a step closer to passing more legal protections for the LGBT community.
Another Indiana city could approve civil rights protections for the LGBT community this evening.
The Columbus City Council will consider an ordinance that gives protected status to members of the LGBT community and those ages 40 and older.
The law would allow the city to levy fines of up to $500 for every day a denial of service took place against a member of the LGBT community.
A Bloomington group wants the city to ban plastic bags; the mayor of Goshen could extend some protections to the city's LGBT community.
Pro-LGBT groups say they’re going to organize a voter registration drive as part of their push to obtain civil rights protections for the LGBT community.
In an essay published in the South Bend Tribune, Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced he is gay, saying he realized being more open about it “could do some good.”
One small Indiana town hopes its annual pride festival will bring the importance of LGBT civil rights to lawmakers’ and residents’ attention.