BROWNSBURG, Ind.–Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita issued a 14-page opinion that could put the cannabidiol (CBD) industry in jeopardy. Hemp-derived products are supposed to be protected by the Agriculture Improvement Act that was approved by former President Donald Trump in 2018, but Rokita’s opinion issued this week says “AIA doesn’t preempt state law in the […]

STATEWIDE — Some people call it the human sexuality bill. Some call it the pronoun bill. You may soon have to call it state law. At the Indiana Statehouse, it’s called House Bill 1608. In simple English, it’s the bill banning the teachings of what Republicans call “human sexuality” from Pre-Kindergarten through Third Grade; however, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A major operation between Indianapolis Metro Police and the ATF has led to a gun trafficking operation being brought down. Now, police need your help finding the fourth and final man. “Kevin Todd Jones Jr. is still a fugitive,” said Zachary Myers, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana, “the other […]

INDIANAPOLIS — He calls recent violent crime cases the effect of a “faucet of guns” and a “marketplace of death.” The mayor of Indianapolis has had enough. “I may not have the ability to shut off the faucet of guns that pour into Indianapolis, but I’ll be damned if we aren’t going to do everything […]

MOORESVILLE, Ind.– The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has filed a lawsuit against a Mooresville Town Council member, claiming the violated town residents’ First Amendment rights. The suit made on behalf of Robert Samuels, who lives in Mooresville, says Councilman Shane Williams shut down his official business Facebook page and uses his personal profile […]

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The 2023 National Rifle Association (NRA) Convention began in Indianapolis and is set to draw a large crowd of around 70,000 people. The event featured former Vice President Mike Pence and Governor Holcomb as speakers. During his speech, Pence discussed a variety of topics. He touched on recent Supreme Court rulings related […]

STATEHOUSE — Disagreement is common among lawmakers at the Indiana Statehouse, however this time around it is among Republican lawmakers between both chambers. This being a budget year, lawmakers are in charge of coming to an agreement on how to spend your tax money over the next two years. So far Republicans in both chambers […]

STATEHOUSE — You have heard advocates for Indiana’s hospitals blast a bill that they say would put “price caps” in place to cut healthcare costs. However, advocates on the other side of the argument believe the bill they are referring to will help Hoosiers greatly when it comes to lowering what you pay for healthcare […]

STATEHOUSE — A bill heading for Gov. Eric Holcomb’s desk would place a few more rules on voting by mail in Indiana. House Bill 1334 was approved by the full Indiana Senate on Tuesday with a party-line vote 64-30. The bill would make it a requirement to provide a copy of you government-issued ID card […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Changes were made to a bill on Thursday that deals with the names and pronouns children decide to use at school in Indiana. House Bill 1608 would not allow human sexuality to be taught in pre-k through third grade, but a school employee or staff member can answer questions about the topics that students might […]