INDIANAPOLIS | If some day the parchment of the U.S. Constitution is added to the ash heap of history, an action taken by the Indiana Senate this week may prove to be the spark that eventually set flame to the document that's governed the nation since 1789.
April is a month that sees a flurry of activity at the U.S. Supreme Court as the justices race to hear cases before the term's end in June. This year is no exception, with oral arguments last week in the Affordable Care Act case.
HAMMOND | A federal court has stopped the city of Hammond from enforcing part of an ordinance that charges out-of-state landlords more money to register their rental properties than Hammond-based landlords.
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