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Woman Sues after Being Fired for Upholding Her Religious Beliefs

Woman Sues after Being Fired for Upholding Her Religious Beliefs Summary: A southern Indiana woman refused to process same-sex marriage license applications because of her religious beliefs, resulting in her termination. Linda Summers was a clerk’s office employee for Harrison County. She has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District…>read more

2 Comments July 24, 2015

Church of Cannabis – Real Religion or Not?

Church of Cannabis – Real Religion or Not? Summary: Marijuana is still illegal in Indiana so a church, centered on the use of marijuana, is challenging the laws, citing religious freedom. Indiana is facing a new challenge of determining what makes a religion. The First Church of Cannabis…>read more

No Comment July 9, 2015

Attorney Permanently Disbarred for Grievous Behavior

Attorney Permanently Disbarred for Grievous Behavior Summary: An Indiana attorney was permanently disbarred from ever practicing law after a repugnant pattern of behavior involving an ex-girlfriend. The Indiana Supreme Court has placed a permanent disbarment upon an attorney who engaged in stalking activities with a previous…>read more

No Comment April 23, 2015

Will the Revised Religious Freedom Law Prohibit Discrimination?

Will the Revised Religious Freedom Law Prohibit Discrimination? Summary:  Indiana Republicans await Gov. Pensce’s decision to sign a compromise measure that ensures protection for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) citizens. Due to a rising national atrocity, Indiana state lawmakers unveiled a revised “religious freedom” bill on Thursday…>read more

2 Comments April 2, 2015

What Religious Freedoms Does Indiana’s New Law Actually Grant?

What Religious Freedoms Does Indiana’s New Law Actually Grant? Summary: Legal experts are divided as to what Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act means. In the latest front between the battle between gay rights and the Christian right, Indiana has enacted a Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or RFRA, that has…>read more

No Comment March 31, 2015

Federal Recognition of Gay Marriage Expanding to Six More States

Federal Recognition of Gay Marriage Expanding to Six More States Summary: The federal government announced Monday that it has added six more states to its list of states that federally recognizes gay marriage. Six states have been added to the list of those whose same-sex marriages are recognized by the government…>read more

No Comment October 27, 2014

Darren Vann Refuses to Speak to Judge During Initial Court Hearing

Darren Vann Refuses to Speak to Judge During Initial Court Hearing Summary: Indiana murder suspect Darren Deon Vann made his initial court appearance on Wednesday, but refused to speak to the judge during the hearing, causing it to be postponed. Darren Vann, the man who confessed to killing at least seven women…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2014

Police Identify Possible Serial Killer in Indiana

Police Identify Possible Serial Killer in Indiana Summary: Authorities in the state of Indiana have arrested and identified Darren Deon Vann as a possible serial killer after the bodies of seven women were found. The suspected serial killer who is believed to have murdered seven women in Indiana…>read more

No Comment October 20, 2014

7th Circuit Court of Appeals Dashes Marriage Ban

7th Circuit Court of Appeals Dashes Marriage Ban Summary: the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has become the latest federal appeals court to dash down same-sex marriage bans. As of Thursday, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago decided on the same-sex marriage controversy for Indiana and…>read more

No Comment September 5, 2014

Advocates of Gay Marriage Bans Take Heat from Judges During Arguments in Appellate Court

Advocates of Gay Marriage Bans Take Heat from Judges During Arguments in Appellate Court Summary: A three-judge appellate court panel heard arguments from attorneys general for Wisconsin and Indiana on Tuesday. The attorneys general argued for the ban, citing tradition, whereas plaintiffs argued that such a ban is archaic and discriminatory. In the latest…>read more

7 Comments August 26, 2014

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