Hundreds of Indiana students across the state rallied Saturday to protest gun violence.
Organizers in Indianapolis will host a rally to protest school violence at the statehouse this weekend, and it coincides with a national march in Washington D.C. surrounding the same issue.
Students across the country participated in the first of several protests planned in response to recent gun violence.
School shootings have prompted a series of student protests nationwide, and the Indiana education community is scrambling to prepare.
Indiana Attorney General Cutis Hill says one Indiana school can serve as a model for the rest of the country.
Indiana's top education leader is urging lawmakers to address school safety in the wake of a shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 dead.
Local representatives of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America say they'll actively work to pass stricter gun regulations in Indiana.
Mass shootings often inspire gun-control legislation — legislation that, in recent years, more often than not has languished.
A legislative panel avoided directly endorsing a proposal to eliminate Indiana's law requiring a license to carry a handgun in public.
The lack of funding is largely because of a law preventing the CDC from using federal funds “to advocate or promote gun control.”
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