Supreme Court upholds Indiana University’s vaccine mandate

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The US Supreme Court on Thursday denied an application for an emergency writ of injunction against Indiana University’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, upholding the rulings of the two lower courts.

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Indiana court temporarily blocks state abortion ban

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The Circuit Court of Monroe County, Indiana, Thursday temporarily blocked the state’s abortion ban, SB 1. According to the court, it is reasonably likely that SB 1 is a “significant restriction of personal autonomy,” which “offends” the Indiana Constitution.

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Planned Parenthood, ACLU sue to block Indiana state abortion ban

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Planned Parenthood Great Northwest, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the ACLU of Indiana and other organizations Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging Indiana’s abortion ban.

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ACLU challenges Indiana bail law under First Amendment, equal protection

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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Indiana Wednesday challenged a new Indiana bail law in US district court. The post ACLU challenges Indiana bail law under First Amendment, equal protection appeared first on JURIST - News.

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Indiana Supreme Court continues injunction of state abortion ban

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The Supreme Court of Indiana Wednesday continued a preliminary injunction preventing the enforcement of select provisions of the state’s abortion ban, S.B. Plaintiffs include Planned Parenthood Great Northwest, Hawai’i, Alaska, Indiana, Kentucky, Inc.,

Indiana becomes first state since Dobbs v. Jackson to pass near-total abortion ban

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Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb Friday signed a bill into law that will ban abortions except in cases where the life of the pregnant person is at risk or there are fetal anomalies up to 20 weeks after fertilization. The post Indiana becomes first state since Dobbs v.

Indiana resident sues US Department of Education over student debt forgiveness

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Frank Garrison, a resident of Indiana, Tuesday sued the US Department of Education claiming the recent student debt forgiveness is unlawful. Garrison claims the forgiveness would create tax liabilities which make the residents of six states, including Indiana, worse off.

Federal court refuses to block Indiana University COVID-19 vaccine mandate

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The US District Court for the Northern District of Indiana Monday denied a motion for preliminary injunction against Indiana University’s mandate that all students get the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campus in the fall.

Federal appeals court allows Indiana abortion restrictions to take effect

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The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued an opinion on Wednesday setting aside the District Court for the Southern District of Indiana’s ruling that several Indiana abortion restrictions from Indiana Code Section 16-34-2-1 were unconstitutional.

Indiana House approves legislation to eliminate handgun licensing

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The Indiana House of Representatives approved legislation Monday that would eliminate handgun licensing in the state. Current Indiana law requires individuals to apply for a handgun license.

Federal appeals court upholds Indiana law mandating reporting of abortion complications

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The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on Monday upheld an Indiana law requiring medical providers to report complications “arising from” abortions to the state. Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky filed a complaint arguing that the law is unconstitutionally vague.

Indiana Court of Appeals: state may withdraw from federal unemployment program

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Indiana Court of Appeals sided with Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb on Tuesday allowing him to withdraw the state from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (“CARES”) Act benefits program. Indiana Legal Services, Inc. ,

ACLU Files Lawsuit Against Indiana Transgender Sports Ban

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Law Firm, Aid Group Sue Indiana Gov. Holcomb for Cutting Pandemic Benefits

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Indiana Paramedics Will Have Access to Mental Health Records

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Paramedics in Indiana will be able to gain access to patients' mental health safety plans.

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“Indiana Supreme Court justice retiring next year”

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Indiana Supreme Court justice retiring next year”: Dan Carden of The Times of Munster, Indiana has this report. And Olivia Covington of The Indiana Lawyer reports that “ Indiana Supreme Court Justice David announces 2022 retirement ”

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Indiana Court Dismisses Lawsuit Filed By Gay Catholic Teacher

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An Indiana court has dismissed the lawsuit filed by a gay teacher who claimed he was dismissed from his position at a Catholic high school after marrying another man. Lawsuits & Litigation archdiocese Catholic Church Indiana lawsuit thompson

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Indiana Excessive Force Suit May Get Settled

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“ACLU, Planned Parenthood sue Indiana over new abortion restrictions”

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“ACLU, Planned Parenthood sue Indiana over new abortion restrictions”: Shari Rudavsky of The Indianapolis Star has this report. The post “ACLU, Planned Parenthood sue Indiana over new abortion restrictions” appeared first on How Appealing

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Indiana AG Settles with J&J, Distributors and Lead Attorney Has Feedback

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What Happens After The Choice Is Made? A Barred Indiana Law About Fetal Tissue Leaves Options Open

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A Barred Indiana Law About Fetal Tissue Leaves Options Open appeared first on Above the Law. Government Abortion Cremation Fetal Tissue Indiana MiscarriageFew things are more 2022 America than legislating morality. The post What Happens After The Choice Is Made?

Supreme Court Will Consider Johnson v. Indiana Tomorrow

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Indiana has been distributed for tomorrow's Supreme Court conference. The case of Johnson v. Here is Mr. Johnson's petition for writ of certiorari. Here is the amici curiae brief I wrote on behalf of 98 law professors asking the Court

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“Judge blocks Indiana’s new abortion law — for now”

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“Judge blocks Indiana’s new abortion law — for now”: Shari Rudavsky and Kaitlin Lange of The Indianapolis Star have this report. The post “Judge blocks Indiana’s new abortion law — for now” appeared first on How Appealing

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Federal appeals court upholds Indiana University COVID-19 vaccine mandate

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Indiana University’s vaccination policy requires all students, faculty, and staff to be vaccinated or have an approved exemption before returning to campus.

Supreme Court of Indiana Finds Tyson Timbs's Land Rover Was Unconstitutionally Forfeited, Comparing Him to Captain Ahab

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Indiana, Tyson Timbs was charged in June 2013 with two counts of dealing in a controlled substance and conspiracy to commit theft, all felonies. In Timbs v.

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US federal court reverses ban on law requiring burial or cremation of fetal remains

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The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Monday reversed a preliminary injunction previously implemented to bar the enforcement of an Indiana law requiring fetal remains to be either buried or cremated by clinics that provide abortion.

Court Will Let Indiana Gov. Holcomb Pursue Private Lawsuit Against General Assembly

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Supreme Court of Indiana Upholds Murder Conviction Despite Evidence of Gross Misconduct by Juror

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2020), the Supreme Court of Indiana correctly noted that “Generally, proof that a juror was biased against the defendant or lied during voir dire entitles a defendant to In its recent opinion in Loehrlein v. State, 2020 WL 7238307 (Ind.

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“Litigants seeking Indiana Supreme Court review decline amid COVID-19”

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“Litigants seeking Indiana Supreme Court review decline amid COVID-19”: Dan Carden of The Times of Munster, Indiana has this report

Nobelsville High School in Indiana Hit with Free Speech Lawsuit

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Lawsuits & Litigation Charitable Allies free speech Indiana Noblesville High School pro-life Students for LifeA Noblesville High School freshman is suing the school after she was denied the ability to form a pro-life club.

“Judge blocks Indiana abortion law requiring burial, cremation of fetal tissue”

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“Judge blocks Indiana abortion law requiring burial, cremation of fetal tissue”: Johnny Magdaleno of The Indianapolis Star has this report on a ruling that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana issued Monday. The post “Judge blocks Indiana abortion law requiring burial, cremation of fetal tissue” appeared first on How Appealing

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Family of Dead Inmate Sues Indiana Department of Correction in Suicide Case

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Barrett leaves Indiana University’s vaccine mandate in place

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Share The Supreme Court will not interfere with Indiana University’s vaccine mandate. On Thursday evening, Justice Amy Coney Barrett turned down a request from a group of Indiana University students to block the school’s requirement that students be vaccinated against the virus.

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How Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Works In Indiana

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When you file for bankruptcy, remember that Indiana has particular bankruptcy exemptions and statutes that should be considered. News & Politics bankruptcy bankruptcy and covid-19 bankruptcy attorneys bankruptcy filing bankruptcy lawyers bankruptcy means test bankruptcy protection

Federal Judge Says BP Violated Emissions Laws at Indiana Plant

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