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Video: One-on-One with Sen. Randy Head on human trafficking

A Senate committee on Thursday unanimously passed Senate Bill 4, which is meant to strengthen the state’s human trafficking law. The bill’s author, Sen. Randy Head, R-Logansport, said his goal is to make the bill law before the Super Bowl. Untitled from The Statehouse File on Vimeo.

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Human trafficking bill moves quickly out of committee

By Zach Osowski The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS- A bill that enacts much harsher penalties on human traffickers passed a Senate committee 9-0 Thursday as lawmakers pushed to get the bill passed quickly. With the Super Bowl one month away, legislators are facing a time crunch to get Senate Bill 4 – and other legislation – […]

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Circuit court judge to rule on Charlie White’s future

By Zach Osowski The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS–A Marion County circuit court judge will decide Wednesday morning if Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White can stay in office while White appeals a ruling that he was ineligible to run for office. Judge Louis Rosenberg heard arguments Tuesday from White’s lawyers and attorneys for the Indiana Democratic […]

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Indiana Supreme Court upholds state’s robo-call law

By Lesley Weidenbener The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – The state’s highest court said Thursday that a law that bans some automated calls with recorded messages does not violate the free speech clause of the Indiana Constitution and can be enforced. Click here to read the Indiana Supreme Court’s robo-call decision. But the law remains under […]

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State accepts applicants for Supreme Court vacancy

Staff report The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – A judicial nominating committee is now accepting applications for a vacancy on the five-member Indiana Supreme Court that will be created when Chief Justice Randall Shepard retires in March. Applications are due Jan. 27. Indiana attorneys who have been members of the bar for 10 years or have […]

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