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The full City Council will vote on proposed smoking ban with new exemptions. But it's also possible Mayor Greg Ballard could veto the bill. A committee passed the plan earlier Monday morning. The ban would exclude off-track betting facilities,...
Fourteen months ago, when cops shot and injured a man in a crowded shopping center, the story was front-page news and was the obsession of every TV newscast in town. The general story line was that Rogelio Cortes had tried to "ram" police officers. So...
For the second day in a row, House Republicans have fined dozens of House Democrats for their refusal to come to work and establish a quorum to debate right-to-work legislation. Democrats have gone to court to fight the $1,000 per day fines and also have...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Elections, Super Bowl, Politics, Civil Laws
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans: Last month, I went to Andrews Air Force Base and welcomed home some of our last troops to serve in Iraq. Together, we offered a final, proud salute to...
Tags: Taxation, Business, Renewable Energy, Iraq War (2003-2011), Iran
Barack Obama, the law professor who railed against the Bush administration's disdain for privacy, has been to civil liberties what the Hindenburg was to air travel: an unexpected debacle. Time after time, he has chosen to uphold government power at the...
Momentum is growing at the Indiana Statehouse for a statewide smoking ban with few exceptions. A House committee took testimony on a bill that would ban smoking in most public places. Supporters said Super Bowl fans will think they have entered a...
Members of the Senate voted in favor of legislation to toughen human trafficking laws in Indiana with a 48-0 vote Tuesday. The Senate Corrections, Criminal and Civil Matters Committee passed the Senate Bill 4 last week, which moved to the Indiana Senate...
Tags: Super Bowl, Politics, Crime, Law and Justice
Governor Daniels delivered his eighth and final State of the State address Tuesday night. He repeatedly referred to Indiana as a leader in several areas as compared to other states. “Indiana has an honestly balanced budget and first triple a...
Many dieters have felt their stomach sink after ordering acai weight-loss supplements and finding that their wallets got lighter instead of their belly. This week, federal authorities said they tipped the scales on one phony weight-loss operation. They...
Tags: Online Advertising, Justice System, Weight, Business, Facebook
There is a good reason to have a statute of limitations on both civil and criminal (except for murder) actions. Without a reasonable time limit for taking legal action, there would be chaos, or tyranny, or both. Common sense suggests that the two-year...
A proposed smoking ban with new exemptions is on its way to the full Indianapolis City-County Council. A committee passed the plan Tuesday night. The ban would exclude off-track betting facilities, tobacco stores, hookah bars and some other clubs. It...
Tags: Civil Laws, Crime, Law and Justice
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