Indiana House Bill 1608 passed the House in a concurrence vote of 63-28 on Monday and will now head to Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s desk. A concurrence vote means that the Indiana House approves of the amendments made to the bill on April 10 by the Indiana Senate.
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The Internal Revenue Service announced on Monday that those affected by the severe weather in Indiana from March 31 to April 1 now have until July 31 to file various tax returns and to make tax payments.
Tippecanoe Circuit Judge Sean Persin issued an order Monday determining that Ji Min Sha, the Purdue University student charged with the murder of his roommate in October, lacks comprehension to stand trial, according to the case summary.
The IU Interfraternity Council launched a new hazing prevention program, Hoosiers Not Hazers, on Monday. The program serves to educate IU fraternity chapters about what hazing is and how to prevent it.
Alpha Phi was moved to interim directives on March 9 after facing cease and desist for alleged endangerment of others, alcohol and hazing, since Feb. 24.
The IU chapter of Delta Upsilon was placed on cease and desist on March 20 for hazing, according to IU’s list of organizations on disciplinary status. All activities within the chapter will be suspended until further notice.
Sen. Tyler Johnson, R-District 14, an emergency room physician, is facing allegations of malpractice after 20-year-old patient, Esperanza Umana, died less than an hour after his care in 2018.
The IU chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi was placed on cease and desist on March 6 for hazing, according to IU’s list of organizations on disciplinary status. All activities within the chapter will be suspended until further notice.
The U.S. Enviornmental Protection Agency decided Monday to transport the toxic waste from the hazardous train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, to a landfill in Roachdale, Indiana, according a Indy Star article.
The IU chapter of Alpha Phi was placed on cease and desist on Feb. 24 for endangering others, alcohol and hazing. All activities within the chapter will be suspended until further notice.
Twelve IU organizations came together to raise money and awareness for people affected by the recent earthquake in Turkey and Syria that has killed over 46,000 individuals.
The IU chapter of Zeta Beta Tau was placed on cease and desist for hazing on Feb. 3. All activities within the chapter will be suspended until further notice.
The Kappa Sigma Fraternity returned to the Indiana University Interfraternity council in January of 2023, according to the IU Interfraternity Council website. The IU chapter of Kappa Sigma is returning after four years.
A lawsuit against Indianapolis Public Schools and the state of Indiana, pertaining to Indiana House Bill 1041, was dropped on Jan. 18, according to the Associated Press.