The bill includes an expansion of the Lifeline law and seeks to study Indiana's high rate of sexual assault.
A 39-year-old man will not face charges from a 2005 rape because the statute of limitations has passed.
The proposal would require Indiana study the factors causing the state's high rate of sexual assault.
An Indiana legislator is providing more details on her plan to combat Indiana’s high rate of sexual assault among teenage girls.
How Indiana lawmakers are addressing sexual assault, a Chinese school in Terre Haute is expanding and we go back to the largest disaster in state history.
The rate of sexual assault among teenage girls in Indiana is 17.3 percent, compared to the national average of 10.5 percent.
A bill making its way through Congress would reform investigation policies for sexual abuse cases in the military.
Indiana may become the fourth state in the country to adopt a so-called “pole-tax,” a cover charge imposed on strip-club patrons.
Educators and counselors say sexual assaults often happen in settings where the victim would be unlikely or unable to use a gun in self-defense.
The march from Dunn Meadow to the courthouse was part of a national movement known as Take Back The Night.