On Capitol Hill, the debate was over the top.
The editor of the magazine acknowledged he knew previously of the tweet, but considered it an isolated statement.
Melissa Reed, President and CEO of Planned Parenthood Keystone, says the seriousness of the point they were trying to make was not appropriate for the subject matter.
United Steelworkers Local 1999 made the announcement this week.
Stutzman’s campaign said it has gathered more signatures statewide than any other candidate in the race for the Senate seat.
State Rep. Alan Morrison of Terre Haute says Hoosiers are currently allowed to play those sites, but the state has no control over who can offer the games.
Pence, at an airport news conference, dismissed as "ridiculous" the suggestion that his refugee posture made Indiana seem unwelcoming.
If there was ever a line to help warm up a crowd of Hoosiers, Carson found it.
Coats tweeted in response, saying the claim isn't true.
But Miller says individual lawmakers, including herself, as well as the offices of Gov. Mike Pence and the state attorney general all are drafting legislation targeting Indiana's drug-abuse problems.