Bloomington, Indiana mayor will marry dozens of gay and lesbian couples in protest of a proposed amendment to the states constitution to ban gay marriagesRead more »
When her baby Angel died in her arms at 1.30am on 3 January 2011, Bei Bei Shuai was so distraught she was instantly transferred to the mental health wing of the Methodist hospital in Indianapolis. Grief stricken and under heavy sedation, she was unaware that within half an hour of her baby's death a detective from the city's homicide branch had arrived at the maternity ward and had begun asking questions. On 14 March last year Shuai was arrested and taken into custody in the high-security Marion County prison, where she was held for the next 435 days, charged with murdering her foetus...Read more »
Richard Mourdock has defeated longtime Sen. Richard G. Lugar of Indiana in the Republican primary, according to an Associated Press projection, ending the career of one of the Senate’s most pragmatic politicians and casting a cloud over GOP efforts to win control of the chamber. Mourdock, state treasurer in Indiana, campaigned as a conservative alternative to Lugar. He became a darling of the tea party movement after he began a legal challenge to the terms of the Obama administration’s bailout of Chrysler. Mourdock was endorsed by Sarah Palin and Rep.Read more »
...But Keeslar, who is 49 years old and lives in Howe, Indiana, was put into handcuffs and taken to jail.
She was arrested for practicing midwifery.
Certified professional midwifery, as well as direct-entry midwifery, is illegal in Indiana.
Though certified nurse midwives may practice in a hospital setting, professional midwives, regardless of their training or experience, may not deliver babies at home or in the hospital.Read more »
Federal Appeals court rules that police don't need warrant to search cellphones, they're like "diaries".Read more »
Bob Morris refused to sign a resolution honoring the Girl Scouts of America on their 100th anniversary because, as he e-mailed fellow lawmakers, the Scouts harbor radical policies that promote abortion and homosexuality and have become “a tactical arm of Planned Parenthood.” Morris said a small amount of research on the internet led him to draw these conclusions, despite denials by both organizations that they work in cahoots to destroy young womanhood.Read more »
Proposed bill in Indiana would make cops immune from being liable for any damages they cause to your vehicle when helping stranded motorists.
Imagine if your mechanic was immune from thisRead more »
Don't go to state-run entertainment -- you might die as a result of incompetency.
"A Star review of documents as well as interviews with weather and safety experts suggests the choice not to evacuate was just the last in a series of decisions by fair officials and state police to ignore meteorologists' recommendations, nationally accepted safety practices, and even the fair's own severe weather emergency plan."Read more »
An attempt to move a gay bar about a block from its previous downtown location has been blocked by homophobic neighbors and Mayor.Read more »
A western Indiana school district wants to give its bus drivers the authority to search students for weapons or drugs.
The Tribune-Star reported that a Vigo County School Corp. proposal would allow the drivers to search a student and the student's belongings if there is an immediate threat of harm or danger to those on the bus.Read more »
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