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September 19, 2016


Lawmaker Who Supported Vaping Bill Takes Job With Company Involved

The FBI questioned lawmakers and an e-cigarette producer about the creation of the state's vaping law at the end of August.

July 2, 2015


Coming Up Friday at 6 p.m. On ‘Indiana Newsdesk’

Now you can get a ticket for driving too slow in the fast lane. We break down other new laws. Plus, how home-buyers are often blind sided because of meth users.

December 29, 2011


Indiana High Court Rules Against Robocalls

The court ruled a state law that requires a live operator on the phone before any recorded message does not violate the right to free speech.

August 30, 2011


Attorney General Asking For Dismissal Of State Fair Lawsuit

According to the Attorney General’s office, the class-action lawsuit filed by firm Cohen and Malad on behalf of the stage collapse victims should be dismissed.

August 2, 2011


Attorney General Appealing Planned Parenthood Ruling

A federal judge ruled in favor of Planned Parenthood, temporarily halting portions of an Indiana law seeking to block federal funds to abortion providers.

July 27, 2011


Group Looking At Prison, Criminal Reform

Indiana is the only state in the nation that doesn’t have different grades for theft.

December 21, 2010


MCCSC Declines to Comment on Recent Complaint

After a closed door meeting last night, school board members were cautious on the subject of potential legal action against the district.

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