The stay issued Thursday puts an earlier ruling on hold and allows challenges to U.S. Senate hopeful John Rust’s candidacy.
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Before Santa Claus, Indiana, became a well-known destination for amusement park lovers, two entrepreneurs engaged in a long legal battle that was eventually decided by the state’s highest court.Read More
In Indianapolis, VP Kamala Harris takes shots at Supreme Court
The vice president delivered remarks to the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority at their national convention in Indianapolis.Read More
UPDATE: Indiana Supreme Court upholds state’s abortion ban
The state’s high court nixed a preliminary injunction that has kept the ban on hold since September.Read More
Governor, other top elected officials see large pay raises in budget
Under the addition, the state governor’s salary would be equal to that of an Indiana Supreme Court Justice—starting with Gov. Eric Holcomb’s successor, who would see a salary increase of 48%.Read More
The Indiana Supreme Court heard arguments Monday over the state’s challenge to a lower court ruling that would allow John Rust to run for one of the state’s U.S. Senate seats as a Republican, even though the state GOP doesn’t back his candidacy.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita submitted a new and bombastic filing on Wednesday accusing the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission of caving to outside pressure in a “political melee,” saying it could no longer give him fair treatment.
The Indiana Supreme Court has publicly reprimanded Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita for comments he made about Dr. Caitlin Bernard, the OB-GYN at the center of a controversy over abortion in Indiana.
Fixing billboard did not result in Noblesville sign being ‘relocated,’ Indiana Supreme Court affirms
A Noblesville ordinance’s language for sign relocation was ambiguous with its usage of “relocate” and “move,” the Indiana Supreme Court affirmed Monday.
Legal counsel for Duke Energy argued two cases before the Indiana Supreme Court Thursday—from both sides of the courtroom—on separate matters relating to where it maintains its equipment and facilities.
The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission filed three charges against Todd Rokita on Monday, all related to breaches of confidentiality.
The new law—which prohibits the procedure with only narrow exceptions—will immediately take effect once the ruling is certified on the court docket, which is expected to be a matter of days, according to court officials.
An order issued Wednesday will give local judges the option on whether to allow news media to broadcast, record or take photographs of courtroom proceedings.
The proceedings stem from an ongoing legal saga between Rokita and Dr. Caitlin Bernard, an Indianapolis OBGYN.
The Indiana Supreme Court issued an order Wednesday that prevents the state from enforcing a Republican-backed abortion ban while it considers whether it violates the state constitution.
The former Cathedral High School teacher who sued the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis after he lost his job for being in a same-sex marriage has decided to end his litigation even though the Indiana Supreme Court gave him the opportunity to continue.
The attorney general is appealing a local judge’s ruling that clinics can resume providing abortions for women who are up to 20 weeks pregnant.
Former dean Lauren Robel alleges Attorney General Todd Rokita made “false or baseless” statements on Fox News concerning an Indiana doctor who performed an abortion for a 10-year-old Ohio rape victim.
Gov. Eric Holcomb’s administration contracted the law firm to challenge House Enrolled Act 1123, which was passed over the governor’s April 2021 veto and would have enabled the legislature to call itself into special session.
Derek Molter is Gov. Eric Holcomb’s second appointment to the Indiana Supreme Court, following the governor’s selection of Justice Christopher Goff in 2017.
The Indiana Supreme Court on Friday threw out a law that gave state legislators increased power to intervene during public health emergencies, agreeing with arguments from Gov. Eric Holcomb that the move violated the state constitution.
The high court said Tuesday that in selecting the three finalists the commission considered the applicants’ “legal education, writings, reputation in the practice of law, and other pertinent information.”
Duke Energy won’t be allowed to make its customers pay the more than $210 million needed to recoup coal-ash cleanup costs after the utility failed to follow the proper steps to recover those expenses, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is moving forward with his bid to have the Indiana Supreme Court overturn a law allowing the Legislature to call itself into special session, arguing in a new filing that the law is akin to a constitutional amendment that must be voted on by Hoosiers.