In February 2015, Indiana’s House unanimously passed approving baby boxes, climate-controlled boxes that function a bit like incubators where unwanted newborns can be safely left. The proposal passed earlier this year, and, late last month, baby boxes began to be installed throughout the state.
After a crushing defeat in Indiana, the soggiest senator Ted Cruz announced that he would end his presidential campaign. The decision was no doubt a blow to the small pocket of Christian conservatives who had, above all odds, held out hope that this snarling bespawler would somehow trounce Donald Trump. But it was not…
In late March, Indiana passed House Enrolled Act 1337, a comprehensive abortion bill that placed a series of familiar restrictions on the procedure; from requiring doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals to restricting abortion based on race and gender and outlawing abortion based on disability.…
Planned Parenthood has filed suit against Indiana for a new anti-abortion law, arguing that it’s blatantly unconstitutional. The law, signed by Governor Mike Pence in March, prevents abortions based on genetic abnormalities and stipulates that aborted fetuses must be buried or cremated.
On Thursday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed a bill that places more restrictions on abortion in the state. The bill bans women from seeking abortions based on race, gender or disability of the fetus, as well as placing new restrictions on doctors.
A bill called HB 1337 is on its way to Indiana Governor Mike Pence, at which point he will decide if women who have had abortions should be held responsible for the burial or cremation of the fetus, amongst other bat-shit insane things.
On Valentine’s Day, Ellie Parker and her girlfriend Lucy celebrated with dinner at Asahi Japanese Steakhouse in Lafayette, Indiana. Unfortunately, the festivities were dampened by some garden variety homophobia, courtesy of one of the restaurant’s hibachi chefs.
One teenager has been charged and police have detained two other men in the death of Amanda Blackburn, 28, a pregnant Indianapolis woman who was raped and shot in the head in her home on November 10. Authorities are claiming the three suspects referred to themselves as “The Kill Gang.”
Indiana State House Majority Leader Jud McMillin — invariably described as a “rising star” in the Republican party — has speedily resigned after a cellphone video of a sex act was reportedly sent to people in his contacts list. McMillin subsequently sent out a mass text claiming his cellphone was “stolen in Canada.”…
Those wily gays have done it again: They’ve taken advantage of some poor (relatively; they’ve got nearly $900,000 of supporters’ money) god-fearing Christians and forced them to bake a pizza pie for the most awful masquerade of sin: A gay wedding.
An Indiana woman named Angela Kipp was backing out of her driveway when she noticed a spider hanging out on her shoulder. She promptly GTFO. Yes, she jumped out of the vehicle while it was moving, and while her nine-year-old son was in the backseat.
Attorney Mark Keaton, a nightmare human being, was disbarred from practicing law in Indiana last week because he systematically harassed, threatened, stalked, and distributed naked pictures of his ex-girlfriend over the course of six long years.
While performing in Indianapolis last night, Rihanna had some choice words to describe Indiana’s new “bullshit” law. In short: “Fuck that shit...We’re just living our motherfucking lives.”
Sure, every place is fucked up in some regard. Every place has a story of awfulness in its past or present. But some places are notoriously backwards, and if you’re from one of them, you might carry the irreconcilable tension of loving and loathing it for life. Even when you move away. Especially when you move away.
Guess the Satanists are an inspiration across many faiths, because one Wiccan is claiming Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act has implications beyond Christian florists, butchers, bakers and candlestick makers.
After Indiana’s despicable “religious freedom” measure - which gives business owners carte blanche to discriminate against LGBTQ persons - was signed into law by the state’s governor last week, homophobics are coming out the woodwork talking their bullshit.
Having witnessed the debacle currently happening in Indiana, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has declined for now to sign the state's own recently passed "Religious Freedom Restoration Act." House Bill 1228 passed on Tuesday, but Hutchinson—while being careful not to anything too supportive of LGBT people—said he…
Just days after saying Indiana "won't change" the newly passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Indiana Governor Mike Pence vowed this afternoon to "fix" the law, but added immediately that nothing's wrong with it. Pence admitted he hadn't been expecting "this kind of backlash" to the law, and accused its critics…