Child Safety and Welfare

Child Safety and Welfare

Senate Bills as they stand: The good, the bad and the ugly

The 2017 session of the Indiana General Assembly is in full swing and bills are moving through the legislative process. Here, we will highlight a number...

April: Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month

In 1983, April was declared Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month in order to bring communities and families together in recognizing the importance of preventing...

March: Women’s History Month

March was Women's History Month, and it invites us to take a moment to re-evaluate the status of women's rights today as well as...

Bills still on the table going into the final week

As the Indiana General Assembly moves into the final week of the 2016 legislative session, there are a number of proposals that have been...

A closer look: Why it’s time for paid family leave

The United States stands alone as the only advanced nation without paid family leave. Consider that countries like Estonia and Bulgaria have already stepped...

Op Ed: Gov. Pence’s commitment to most vulnerable doesn’t measure up

By: Senate Democratic Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) “We also know that the true measure of a society is how it treats its most vulnerable.” These are...

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Session Halftime: 16 Bills We Followed during Deadline Week

Deadline Week This week we paid close attention to 16 key pieces of legislation that were on the Senate calendar to be considered for 2nd and...

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