Should Indiana adopt an abortion law with restrictions similar to those in Texas? Curt Smith, chairman of the Indiana Family Institute, says doing so could cut abortions in half, while LaKimba DeSadier, the state director for Planned Parenthood Alliance Advocates, says such laws are “abominably cruel.” Plus, Dr. Richard Feldman explains why he believes vaping products with flavors like gummy bears and cotton candy are today’s candy cigarettes—but even worse.

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Abdul-Hakim Shabazz: Rokita banned me from his press conference

If Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is a big believer in the First Amendment, as well as openness and transparency in government, he sure as heck has a funny way of showing it. Just to get you folks up to speed, a couple of weeks ago, I got a media advisory from the AG telling […]

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