Senator Dan Coats says he believes compromise between the House and Senate is possible on immigration reform, but it will require a key concession by senators.
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) voted for the legislation Thursday, but Sen. Dan Coats (R-Indiana) voted against it.
Department of Correction representatives appeared in a federal court Wednesday to outline their plans for improving treatment of mentally ill inmates.
The Department of Correction is set to appear in District Court on Wednesday afternoon to answer allegations of mistreating mentally ill inmates.
Speakers from nine law schools around the country will meet in Valparaiso to discuss what they see as flawed and harsh drug sentencing laws.
The principle issue before the justices is whether people be required to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional.
Though previous reforms have all failed in past sessions, Daniels says he’s more hopeful in 2012.
Despite the Republican nominee for mayor of Columbus saying the city needs ethics reform, the city’s retiring mayor says he has never been lobbied with gifts.
The bill would ban local government employees from serving as their own boss, and it officials‘ ability to hire relatives.
Criminal Justice Professor says Indiana’s judicial system is antiquated, and new methods of rehabilitation are needed for modern offenders.