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Legislative leaders from both parties sparred over topics including hate crimes, school safety, and undocumented students' rights Thursday morning during the 2019 Indiana Latino Legislative Breakfast.

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The Indiana Election Commission says House Speaker Brian Bosma did not violate state laws when he used campaign funds last year to investigate a former intern he allegedly had a sexual encounter with in the early 1990s.

Advocates for redistricting reform have been trying unsuccessfully to get a bill through the Statehouse. And, with the 2020 U.S. Census coming right up, time is running out.

Activists for medical and recreational cannabis in Indiana had been hoping 2019 would be a big year, but so far, it's a political non-starter at the General Assembly. 

Indiana lawmakers approved an updated code of ethics Thursday, making it an ethical violation for state representatives to commit sexual harassment. It's a mostly symbolic move, as the policy appears "shockingly dated" to some.


Redistricting reform and press freedoms suffered setbacks. And, we can't tattoo our eyeballs any longer. But, at least, we can buy beer on Sundays now.

The final committee chair assignments for the Indiana House of Representatives were announced Monday by Speaker Brian Bosma ahead of the next legislative session that starts Jan. 3, 2019