Tag Archives: Hate Crimes Legislation
We have some good news on 3 important bills before the Indiana General Assembly.
First of all, the Civics Bill that we have supported for several years was not really watered down, like some headlines implied. Senate Bill 132 changed the basic civics and history test required of new citizens from a graduation test to a test required to pass high school government, but that class is required to graduate… Read More
As you know either from my email last night or the media freak out, the Indiana Senate put policy above rhetoric and amended Senate Bill 12 to include everyone in our hate / bias crime laws. Rather than limit a judge’s ability to extend a sentence in such a crime to a list of politically favored victim categories, the Senate affirmed a 2005 state Supreme Court ruling giving judges … Read More
The Battle over an Unnecessary Hate Crime Bill Pivots to the State Senate
Indiana has been in the middle of a liberal smear campaign for allegedly not having a “hate” or “bias” crime law. Don’t let the media or liberal special interests drive our public policy. Contact your State Senator and tell him that a “hate crime” bill is not needed.
For more than a decade Indiana judges have had the ability to … Read More
On January 8th, we are joining with Pro Family and Pro Liberty organizations across the Hoosier State calling for a ‘Day of Action’ on the so called ‘Hate Crimes’ bill. Please Join Us in letting Our Voice be heard at the State House!
The Chamber of Commerce and other Special Interests want to force California and East Coast values on Hoosiers. Let your Legislators know where you stand on the … Read More