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Supreme Court Of Indiana
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A proposed $2.8 billion coal-gasification plant that won a reprieve last month from the Indiana Supreme Court is facing a new challenge, this time from environmental groups that contend the southern Indiana project's construction permit is invalid and expired last month.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Supreme Court has suspended a central Indiana judge while it considers misconduct allegations against her.
Liberals spent all of last week portraying the legalization of homosexual wedlock as "the civil rights issue of our time." As that theme suffused debate at the U.S. Supreme Court, a state high court stepped up and decided the real civil rights issue of our time.
In a major victory for the school-choice movement, Indiana's highest court on Tuesday unanimously upheld a sweeping, ambitious school voucher program put in place in 2011 by then-Gov. Mitch Daniels, a Republican.
Indiana Supreme Court justices weighing the legality of the nation's largest school-voucher program made clear during a packed hearing Wednesday that the program's fate may rest on whether it primarily benefits students' parents or the religious institutions that run private schools.
Honda already has one big win at this year's Indianapolis 500.
Honda could be getting a bigger boost than expected at this year's Indianapolis 500.
IndyCar has tapped a retired Indiana Supreme Court judge to hear Chevrolet's final appeal of an engine change the series allowed Honda.