New pushback, support for Indiana bill on teacher handgun training

A House bill to give Indiana school districts the option take part in state-paid handgun training for teachers advanced in a Senate committee. 

By |2019-04-10T18:37:24-04:0012 months ago|Indiana News, Latest News, News, Politics, Top Video|0 Comments

Bills in Indiana lawmakers’ last weeks: Revenge porn, sex abusers, animal abuse

Legislators are racing to get their bills to the finish line with about three weeks left in the session.

By |2019-04-08T18:12:07-04:0012 months ago|Indiana News, Latest News, News, Top Video|0 Comments

Plan to change Indiana ‘stand your ground’ law raises vigilantism concern

"This does not allow people to become a vigilante," state Rep Jim Lucas said. "That's the farthest thing from it."

Sentencing bill with hate crimes amendment passes Indiana House

Just weeks ago, a list of protected characteristics was removed from the Senate's original hate crimes bill, which is now in the House.

By |2019-03-26T19:16:00-04:00March 26th, 2019|Indiana News, Latest News, News, Top Video|0 Comments