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By Associated Press
The Biden administration and one of Indiana's largest employers have condemned the state's new ban on abortions, with the White House calling it another extreme attempt by Republicans to trample women's rights.
By Ken Kusmer, Associated Press
The measure now goes to Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb, who has not indicated whether he will sign it.
By Arleigh Rodgers, Associated Press
Indiana House members on Friday advanced the near-total abortion ban 62-38 with limited exceptions, including in cases of rape and incest, and to protect the life and physical health of the mother.
The Republican-controlled Senate voted 26-20 after about three hours of debate, passing the bill with the minimum 26 votes needed to send it on to the House, which Republicans also control.
By Arleigh Rodgers, Rick Callahan, Associated Press
Police say three people were fatally shot and two were injured, including a 12-year-old girl, at an Indiana mall after a man with a rifle opened fire in a food court and an armed civilian shot and killed him.
By Casey Smith, Associated Press/Report for America
Republican lawmakers in Indiana have voted to override the GOP governor's veto of a bill banning transgender females from competing in girls school sports and join more than a dozen other states adopting similar laws.
By Tom Davies, Associated Press, Casey Smith, Associated Press/Report for America
Frustrated Indiana conservatives fell short in several primary races in their drive to push the Republican-controlled state Legislature further to the right and saw one of their movement's leaders lose his reelection bid.
In our news wrap Tuesday, the Biden administration has determined that Russia is wrongfully detaining pro basketball star Brittney Griner, voters in Ohio and Indiana took to the polls, former President Trump's inaugural committee and business will pay $750,000 to…
By Zachary Green, Pavni Mittal
The idea is simple but controversial. People receive a set amount of money periodically with no strings attached. Advocates believe that this gives recipients, often in the most marginalized groups, freedom to spend it in ways that are most beneficial…
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