Starting July 1, local units of government, including county, city and town councils, school boards, and similar entities no longer can hold "virtual" meetings with every member participating remotely.
"I don’t feel that it’s the government’s role," to make business operating decisions, said state Rep. Bob Morris, R-Fort Wayne.
The nonexistent threat posed by Indiana companies requiring workers to be forcibly microchipped is on the verge of being extinguished.
INDIANAPOLIS — The long, strange trip of Indiana getting off the list of five states lacking a bias crimes law took another unexpected twist Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS — Democratic state representatives serving in the Republican-dominated Indiana House typically face a choice during chamber polic…