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Commentary: Wars of reproduction

Commentary: Wars of reproduction

By John Guy TheStatehouseFile.com The reproduction wars continue next week in Indiana, an appropriate time to read “Sex and The Constitution” by Geoffrey R. Stone who has written an uncommon page-turner about our most beloved document (and about our favorite topic.) Tuesday, June 13, before Federal Senior Judge Sarah Evans Barker, Indiana again will face […]

Commentary: Lecturing women on how to be women

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Commentary: Lecturing women on how to be women

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com  INDIANAPOLIS – It didn’t take the men who brought Indiana’s punitive and ill-thought-out abortion law to respond to a federal judge’s decision to issue an injunction that will keep it from taking effect. The law, which was conceived late in the 2016 session of the Indiana General Assembly and researched and […]

Commentary: Take me out to the ballgame

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Commentary: Take me out to the ballgame

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com  INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Indians had a better home opening game than Indiana Gov. Mike Pence did. The Indians beat the Columbus Clippers, 5-1. The governor didn’t do quite that well. When the public address announcer welcomed Pence to the mound to throw out the first pitch, boos rolled over Victory […]

Commentary: Make it their fight, too

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Commentary: Make it their fight, too

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – As the storm of protest over Indiana’s new law criminalizing many abortions mounts, a question keeps running through my mind: Why is this just a women’s issue? Before understandably outraged feminists scream for my head to be served to them on a platter, let me explain that I want […]

Commentary: We came, we saw, we took a nap

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Commentary: We came, we saw, we took a nap

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com  INDIANAPOLIS – The best thing that can be said for this year’s session of the Indiana General Assembly is that it ended. Lawmakers didn’t do much in their two months at the Statehouse – and what they did do they didn’t do well – but that might be a sign of […]