After Indiana lawmakers wisely shot down a proposed law to put untrained, unidentified armed adults in schools, the plan was to further discuss school security options this summer.
INDIANAPOLIS | State lawmakers are likely next year to consider specifically adding schools to Indiana's existing "castle doctrine" law that permits Hoosiers to stand their ground and use deadly force to counter perceived threats to themselves, another person or their property.
Anti-firearms laws fail to reduce violent crime, rape and murder; however, liberals blame firearms for the deed of the criminal.
With the 2012 Indiana legislative session in the rearview mirror, the two-year work of the 117th General Assembly elected in November 2010 is complete. Despite unprecedented protests, boycotts and walkouts, Republican leaders continued our charge to "Keep calm and carry on" for Hoosier taxpa…
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court has affirmed its controversial ruling that Hoosiers have no right to ever physically resist police entry into their homes.
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