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An Indiana Senate Panel has voted unanimously for a bill that would allow Hoosiers to buy alcohol on Sunday from grocery, convenience and liquor stores. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul
Governor Eric Holcomb today announced that he has appointed Jim Huston to serve as interim chairman for the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) until he appoints a new commissioner to fill the vacancy created by current IURC Chairman Jim Atterholt’s retirement...
Here's a quick rundown of some important events scheduled to take place over at the Indiana General Assembly this week. January 8 – Senate Republicans Unveil Legislative Agenda. (10:30 a.m.) January 9 – Governor State of the State address. (7 p.m.) January 10 – Senate Public...
The House Majority Floor leader is calling on lawmakers to authorize a study of medical marijuana. In a news release this afternoon, State Rep. Matt Lehman called for for an in-depth study of medically supervised therapies involving marijuana and urging Congress to reschedule...
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Martin Del Rio is dropping out of the U.S. Senate race. Del Rio, who had wanted to take on Joe Donnelly in the primary, made the announcement on his Facebook page. His announcement is reprinted below... I want to take a moment to wish everyone a...
A 30-year old man says he was sexually molested as a minor by Indianapolis City-Council Councilor and pastor Stephen Clay. In an interview with Indy Politics' Abdul-Hakim Shabazz , Jonathan Bryant says that Clay allegedly groped him when he was a teenager and also a member of...
Well, it’s that time of year again; it’s time for my top 10 state and local stories of 2017. Yes, we know there were a lot of national events taking place, but we focus on local and politics here. Number 10 – A Road to Somewhere – Who would have thought that Indiana lawmakers...
The attorney for the First Church of Cannabis is disputing legal arguments by the Indiana Attorney Genera l that it is not a real church nor should it be allowed to use marijuana as part of its sacrament. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul/Indy Politics
I wrote this a couple years ago, it seemed appropriate to republish it. As someone who was born Muslim, I have never officially celebrated Christmas, some informal gift exchanges over the years and keeping the Lovely Mrs. Shabazz happy notwithstanding. So on Christmas Day, my...