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INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that would legalize the purchase and sale of cannabidiol oil, a low-THC product derived from the cannabis plant, passed 37-12 Tuesday through the state Senate.
INDIANAPOLIS — A resolution to review school safety issues passed unanimously Tuesday through the Indiana Senate.
The Indiana House of Representatives passed a bill Monday that would allow those covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to receive professional and occupational licenses.
At 12:01 p.m. Sunday, the barricade surrounding the liquor section in the Kroger on College Mall Road came down.
Campus Action for Democracy, the IU-Bloomington student chapter of Hoosier Action, has invited candidates for Indiana's 9th Congressional District to a forum 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Whittenberger Auditorium.
When a former assistant secretary of state stepped to the lectern in the Global and International Studies Building on Friday afternoon, the room was full. Then, Elliott Abrams started speaking, and within four minutes, most of the audience left in protest.
Indiana lawmakers have a little more than a week left before the legislative session ends. Next week will mark the last day bills can pass out of the Indiana Senate or House of Representatives before being sent to conference committee. Here’s what happened this week:
Drew Kelly said in a speech at IU Thursday night that every class has a class clown, from North Korea to Indiana. A photograph of him posing with his students in North Korea was on the projector, one of the students leaning over the back of the rest with a huge grin on his face.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana residents can officially purchase carryout alcohol on Sundays, starting this weekend on March 4.
Wearing a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School sweatshirt, IU senior Jolie Lazar recalled the day she learned her high school had experienced a deadly shooting that left 17 dead.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a request on Monday by the Trump administration to appeal and review the decisions of two lower court judges to halt the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
INDIANAPOLIS — CBD oil could soon become legal in Indiana, four years after the issue was first brought up in the state legislature.
Black Lives Matter's Bloomington group issued a list of demands for Bloomington's city government regarding the controversial decision to purchase an armored vehicle for the city police.
The City of Bloomington released documents and other information Friday about the proposed purchase of an armored vehicle for the Bloomington Police Department's Critical Incident Response Team.
As the Indiana General Assembly approaches its final weeks for this session, bills are passing out of committee and will soon be up for their final votes, potentially passing into law. The session is scheduled to end March 14.
A bill that would add more regulations for clinics performing abortions and for women receiving abortions passed Wednesday through an Indiana House of Representatives public policy committee.
A bill that would legalize the sale of carryout alcohol on Sundays has passed through the Indiana General Assembly.
A bill that would legalize the sale of CBD oil with low THC levels unanimously passed Wednesday through a House committee, signaling another step toward the legalization of CBD oil in Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS — In the wake of the recent school shooting in Florida, state lawmakers disagreed on how to move forward with a bill that would change handgun license requirements.
The Indiana House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday that would legalize the sale of carryout alcohol on Sundays.