IU law professor David Orentlicher says even if the Supreme Court rules against the subsidies, Republicans in Congress could vote to extend them.
A Supreme Court decision on redistricting commissions could affect Indiana; Hillary Clinton will visit Indy for a fundraiser. Read more in our morning roundup.
The Supreme Court ruled Maryland could not double tax its residents on income they earn out of state.
A same-sex couple and a law professor weigh in on the two and half hours of arguments the Supreme Court heard today.
If the court rules states can ban same-sex marriages, Indiana might have to address whether it would continue to allow and recognize same-sex marriages.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is being asked to reconsider its decision, which ruled in favor of the Obama administration's contraception requirement.
The Indiana Supreme Court upheld the law last month and is now telling another court to dismiss a similar case.
Couples, government officials and opponents were left to determine what the Supreme Court's inaction meant for the state.
The second stay guarantees that same-sex couples in Indiana will not be able to get married until the U.S. Supreme Court decides on the case.
Indiana filed an appeal today of a lower court ruling, which struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage.