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(The Center Square) – Two of Indiana’s leading employers have said the passage of a near-total ban on abortion could negatively impact future expansion plans in the state. Eli Lilly and Cummins are the most recent employers to come out against the legislation. 

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In Indiana, state-level candidates and PACs have spent $118,005 from their campaign accounts on services from the United States Postal Service in the 2022 election cycle so far. USPS received 0.3 percent of all $34.3 million in reported expenditures.  According to Indiana Secretary of State reports, here are the top candidates and PACs that have […]

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Indiana is the first state to legislatively impose new abortion restrictions following the June 24 Dobbs v. Jackson ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that rescinded the right to abortion.

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WASHINGTON — For a delegation that easily logs more than a million highway miles every year, Wednesday's news of the death of U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski and staffers Zachery Potts and Emma Thomson was a staggering, drop-to-your-knees moment of shock and then overwhelming grief.

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(The Center Square) – Students in 21 Indiana school districts will take part in immersive language learning this year with help from nearly $600,000 in grants awarded by the Indiana Department of Education. 

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(The Center Square) – State and federal leaders from both parties have expressed grief over the death of Rep. Jackie Walorski, a Republican who represented Indiana’s second congressional district, while the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department released a correction on details of the crash that resulted in the death of the 58-year-old lawmaker and three others Wednesday.

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The accused was charged Wednesday and is being held at the Cook County Jail with no bond, police said.

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The Indiana Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit claiming Gary's policy of prioritizing local public safety and protecting the rights of immigrants runs afoul of Indiana's prohibition on sanctuary cities.

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(The Center Square) – The Indiana Attorney General’s office makes a practice of using private law firms to conduct investigations on its behalf. Currently, seven open investigations are being conducted by private counsel, according to information on the AG’s website.