(The Center Square) – Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced he’s extended the statewide public health emergency for a 21st time, saying about 250,000 Hoosiers would lose full or partial Medicaid benefits if the emergency ended and Indiana lost the extra federal funding it has been receiving.

(The Center Square) – A federal judge in Louisiana stopped the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate on health care workers late Tuesday afternoon, granting the request for a preliminary injunction filed by several states, including Indiana.

(The Center Square) – Republican legislators in the Indiana House introduced a bill Monday that would allow employees to opt out of an employer's COVID-19 vaccine mandate "without further inquiry" if they submit a request for a medical or religious exemption, or ask for an exemption based on…

(The Center Square) – Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita issued an expanded Parents Bill of Rights last week, calling Critical Race Theory “deeply flawed” and “destructive” and saying it’s not aligned with any Indiana educational standards and schools should not be using it.

(The Center Square) – In a change of plans, Indiana Senate President Rodric Bray, R-Martinsivlle, announced Wednesday the legislature won’t meet for a special session Nov. 29 to pass a bill that would have strengthened the exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine for hundreds of employees around t…

(The Center Square) – More than 60 people testified at the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday on the issue of the vaccine mandates, with a sharp split between people representing the business community, who said employers should be able to require employees get the COVID-19 vaccine, and nurses, w…

(The Center Square) – Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced he’s extended the statewide public health emergency for a 21st time, saying about 250,000 Hoosiers would lose full or partial Medicaid benefits if the emergency ended and Indiana lost the extra federal funding it has been receiving.

(The Center Square) – A federal judge in Louisiana stopped the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate on health care workers late Tuesday afternoon, granting the request for a preliminary injunction filed by several states, including Indiana.

(The Center Square) – Republican legislators in the Indiana House introduced a bill Monday that would allow employees to opt out of an employer's COVID-19 vaccine mandate "without further inquiry" if they submit a request for a medical or religious exemption, or ask for an exemption based on…

(The Center Square) – Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita issued an expanded Parents Bill of Rights last week, calling Critical Race Theory “deeply flawed” and “destructive” and saying it’s not aligned with any Indiana educational standards and schools should not be using it.

(The Center Square) – In a change of plans, Indiana Senate President Rodric Bray, R-Martinsivlle, announced Wednesday the legislature won’t meet for a special session Nov. 29 to pass a bill that would have strengthened the exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine for hundreds of employees around t…

(The Center Square) – More than 60 people testified at the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday on the issue of the vaccine mandates, with a sharp split between people representing the business community, who said employers should be able to require employees get the COVID-19 vaccine, and nurses, w…

(The Center Square) – Two of Indiana’s Republican leaders spoke out on issues in Indiana schools Tuesday, with Speaker of the House Todd Huston saying the legislature will take steps to make sure parents have more input on what is taught and Attorney General Todd Rokita telling a crowd outsi…