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Election Day is coming soon, on May 7.  Early voting for Marion County is open now – and we all need to do our...

Bills passed, failed in Indiana’s 2024 legislative session

The 2024 Indiana legislative session finished earlier this month, and the bills that passed are being sent to the Governor Eric Holcomb’s desk for signature.

Here are the education bills approved by the 2024 Indiana legislature

By ALEKSANDRA APPLETON Stricter rules on school attendance, reading proficiency, and cellphone use in the classroom will affect Indiana students and schools beginning next...

Wading through Indiana’s wetlands

Indiana’s environmental landscape has been a topic of debate during the 2024 legislative session, with the environmental bill Act (HEA) 1383 fast-tracked through both chambers before recess.

This Women’s History Month make plans to engage in the political process

Rosa Parks. Susan B. Anthony. Barbara Jordan. Sandra Day O’Connor. Madam C.J. Walker. Those are among the women most people think about during Women’s...

Indiana set to enforce ban on gender-affirming care for minors

A federal appeals court allowed Indiana’s ban on gender-affirming care to go into effect, removing a temporary injunction U.S. District Court Judge James Patrick Hanlon issued last year, Tuesday, Feb. 27.

Hoosiers unite for Sickle Cell Advocacy Day

Hoosiers from across the state gathered at the Indiana State Capitol to encourage lawmakers to consider the needs of Hoosiers living with sickle cell disease.

We cannot allow caregivers to be punished for GOP’s $1 billion Medicaid shortfall

By ROBIN SHACKLEFORD Last December, a report from the Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) revealed a massive forecasting error which resulted in a miscalculation of the...

Housing advocates gather at statehouse to push for tenant protections

By BENJAMIN THORP Advocates and tenants gathered Monday to speak on how a lack of protections for renters has impacted the state (WBAA/WFYI News/Ben Thorp) Housing...

Using a loophole in state law, Indy passes no turn on red proposal

The Indianapolis City-County Council passed a plan to restrict right-hand turns downtown on June 5 despite a state lawmaker’s attempt to block the city...
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