Articles Tagged 'Indiana'
Indiana legislative staff face some limits on carrying guns
Hundreds of legislative employees can now carry handguns at the Indiana Statehouse and adjacent state office buildings, but with some limitations.
Lawmakers passed a measure… READ MORE
Mike Pence’s brother launches run for Indiana US House seat
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Greg Pence, one of Mike Pence’s older brothers, launched a campaign Wednesday for the eastern Indiana congressional seat that the vice president… READ MORE
Indiana Lawmakers Poised To Possibly Institute Permitless Carry
Supporters and opponents of eliminating Indiana’s license requirement to carry a handgun in public appear to have had little impact on the members of a… READ MORE
Well Regulated: Inside an Indiana Militia
The militia movement is growing. See what drives members to join and train with one of Indiana’s largest militias.
David Nantz carefully pushed aside a… READ MORE
Pence signs law requiring women give birth to disabled, deformed babies
INDIANAPOLIS — Republican Gov. Mike Pence once again has thrust Indiana into the national spotlight after signing into law Thursday a controversial abortion limitation.
House… READ MORE
Political Fight Over Unions Escalates
By NEIL KING JR., THOMAS M. BURTON And KRIS MAHER, The Wall Street Journal
The clash between Republicans and unions that caught fire in Wisconsin last week escalated Monday: Labor leaders planned to take their protests to dozens of other capitals and Democrats in a second state considered a walkout to stall bills that would limit union power.
The protests… READ MORE
Democrats scramble in Indiana
By: Mike Smith, Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS | The Republicans have their best-known recruit officially in the race as state Democrats are still scrambling to find a candidate a day after Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh’s stunning decision not to seek a third term this fall.
Former Republican Sen. Dan Coats’ campaign said Tuesday it has more than enough petition signatures to… READ MORE