The bill's supporters say it's largely targeted at the emergence of drugs laced with fentanyl, which has led to a spike in overdose deaths.
Since the program started in April 2017, attorneys have found at least 7 kids who didn't have an attorney when they should have.
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Tippecanoe County is one of four in the state selected to start a data-collecting pilot program on drug overdose deaths.
Some committee members say the bill too radically changes plans lawmakers approved last session.
Opponents of the bill say it is inconsistent next to this session's anti-bullying legislation. They say this bill would ignore LGBTQ issues.
A local Black Lives Matter group disrupted the address as the mayor talked about an armored vehicle police will start using this summer.
The proposal would create a committee to review cases and determine cause of death.
Among other things, the bill creates a statewide work ethic certificate program for students.
A federal court heard an appeal of a judge’s decision to strike down key parts of a 2016 Indiana abortion law Thursday.