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  1. supreme court
    Supreme Court Passes Up Chance to Send Signals in Review of Indiana Abortion LawIn validating fetal-remains requirements and letting a lower court’s decision striking down abortion-intent provisions stand, SCOTUS kept its counsel.
  2. reproductive rights
    The Legal Fight Over Alabama’s Abortion Law BeginsOther, less drastic abortion laws are more likely to provide Supreme Court conservatives with the pretext to begin unraveling reproductive rights.
  3. Why Diane Black’s Loss in Tennessee’s Gubernatorial Primary Doubly Hurts the GOPDiane Black’s loss in Tennessee’s gubernatorial primary is another setback for House Republicans running statewide, and also for GOP women.
  4. Favorites Win Nearly Everywhere on First Big Primary Night of 2018With the exception of a GOP House member losing in North Carolina, upsets were few and far between in a four-state primary night.
  5. What to Watch on 2018’s First Super Tuesday of PrimariesWild who’s-the-Trumpiest GOP Senate races in Indiana and West Virginia and a Democratic gubernatorial fight in Ohio are the big events.
  6. thanks for the memories
    Indiana Pizzeria That Refused to Cater Gay Weddings Has Closed for GoodThe owners of Memories Pizzeria were reportedly “simply ready to retire.”
  7. immigration
    After a Beloved Restaurateur Was Deported, His Customers Moved OnRoberto Beristain’s shocking deportation made national headlines. Now a Washington Post report finds that his town has largely forgotten him.
  8. How the Indiana GOP Skewed Early Voting Opportunities to Benefit ThemselvesRepublicans block early voting opportunities in areas favoring Democrats, while expanding them on their own turf.
  9. lawsuits
    Two Midwest Towns Are Locked in a Vicious Fight Over Their Pierogi FestivalsThe Whiting Pierogi Fest is displeased with the Edwardsville Pierogi Festival’s name.
  10. immigration
    Deported Restaurateur’s Wife Says She Regrets Voting for Trump“I should have listened closely to those debates.”
  11. immigration
    ICE Deported a Restaurateur the Obama Administration Had Authorized to StayThe owner of Eddie’s Steak Shed had challenged the order before a judge, but then ICE hauled him to Juárez.
  12. the chain gang
    Is a 94-Year-Old McDonald’s Worker’s Story Heartwarming or Mildly Distressing?She vows she “never plans to leave.”
  13. women's health
    ‘Abortion Reversal’ Bill Based on ‘Junk Science’ Passes Indiana’s House“This is for the women who take the first step and regret it.”
  14. high church
    74-Year-Old Arrested for Giving His Church Congregation Pot CookiesSix people were hospitalized after experiencing the “adverse effects.”
  15. Trump Suggests He Followed Through on Carrier Deal Just to Save FaceTrump says that he didn’t intend for his initial promise to keep the plant in Indiana to be taken literally.
  16. reproductive rights
    Purvi Patel, Woman Prosecuted for Self-induced Abortion, May Be Freed Next MonthSome good news out of Indiana for a change.
  17. shmashmortion
    Indiana Court Throws Out Purvi Patel’s Abortion ConvictionShe had been sentenced to 20 years for taking abortion-inducing drugs.
  18. nothin' but meats
    The Meat Expert Rethinking One of the World’s Most Ancient Food TraditionsCuring and smoking meats are time-honored techniques, and Smoking Goose aims to offer something entirely new.
  19. Bad Ideas
    Chain Fires Manager for Giving ‘Best Butt’ AwardThe owner tells employees to expect more sexual-harassment training.
  20. Primary Preview: Indiana Might Be the Last Chance to Stop TrumpOr it could be Donald’s breakthrough victory for the nomination. 
  21. Everything Is Coming Up TrumpThe Donald outperformed expectations on Tuesday, and now a new batch of state polls suggests he could clinch the nod before Cleveland without breaking a sweat.
  22. Indiana Governor Signs Fetal-Defect Abortion BanIf you want an abortion because your fetus has a genetic defect, then you no longer have a right to an abortion.
  23. Tip Rants
    A Lesbian Couple Used Their Receipt to Confront a Sexist Chef“Don’t tell lesbians they need a man on Valentine’s Day.”
  24. Hero Principal Is Killed As She Pushes Kids Clear of BusSo, so sad.
  25. Sex Sells
    Food Truck Specializing in Popcorn and Sex Toys Forced to CloseThe owner said he offered food because “you gotta have something afterwards.”
  26. petsmart
    Getting Shot by a Dog Is Actually Pretty CommonIt’s impossible to stay mad at them when they give you the sad eyes.
  27. Lawsuits
    Subway Allegedly Fired a Worker for Being HIV-PositiveThe manager’s logic was, reportedly, “What if you cut yourself?”
  28. Thanks For The Memories
    An Anti-Gay Pizzeria Got Tricked Into Catering a Wedding for Two Men“Memories Pizza, you broke your cherry.”
  29. Drama
    People Have Donated Over $500,000 to the Anti-Gay Indiana Pizzeria’sSome 17,000 donors think it’s a worthy cause.
  30. the national interest
    Conservative Thinkers Point Out Obvious Similarity Between Iran and Indiana NewsA confluence of news stories exposes a devastating flaw in the liberal worldview.
  31. Indiana Rethinks Religious-Freedom Law After Losing Wilco ConcertState lawmakers unveil a fix. 
  32. indiana
    Anti-Gay Indiana Pizzeria Closes Because of Threats, Excessive TrollingAnd Fox News eats it up.
  33. Arkansas Governor Decides He Doesn’t Want to Be Yelled AtHe didn’t sign the religious-freedom bill. 
  34. gay rights
    Gap and Levi’s Speak Out on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law “These laws turn back the clock on equality.”
  35. indiana
    Indiana Pizza Place Refuses to Serve Gay CouplesThanks for the memories, Memories Pizza.
  36. indiana
    Cuomo Bans Nonessential State Travel to IndianaThe ban was imposed Tuesday afternoon in response to Indiana’s religious freedom act.
  37. gay rights
    Why Indiana’s Religious-Freedom Law Is BackfiringFacing a nationwide backlash, state legislators say they will “clarify” that the bill is not anti-gay.
  38. Dissenting Opinions
    Anonymous Indiana Restaurateur Admits to Discriminating Against LGBT Customers“They can have their lifestyle and do their own thing in their own place.”
  39. early and awkward
    Did Indiana Just Legalize LGBT Discrimination? Governor Pence Can’t SayBecause no one really knows.
  40. very bad laws
    Hillary and Miley Agree: Indiana Shouldn’t Have Legalized LGBT DiscriminationAn odd assortment of politicians, celebrities, and businesses were united by their opposition to the new law.
  41. Feds Heading to Indiana to Stop HIV OutbreakScott County in Indiana has 79 cases of HIV owing to needle sharing. 
  42. Frosting
    Tiny Indiana Town Despises Oreo for Sending Them Lots of Tiny Cookies“Why in the world would they ship out one mini cookie is beyond me.”
  43. equal rites
    Another Gay Marriage Ban Falls, This Time in IndianaThat makes 20 states. 
  44. more scary things
    Indiana Man Arrested for Threatening Another School ShootingCopycats are sometimes real.
  45. religiots
    Indiana Church Goes Wild for Child’s Song About ‘Homos’ “Ain’t no homos going to make it to heaven.”
  46. Mediavore
    Michelle Obama Visits Inglewood; Should Sugar Be Regulated?The First Lady was in town to support the opening of a Northgate Gonzalez Market location.
  47. Mediavore
    The Herald Makes Way for Restaurants; Blue Bottle RisingPlus Super Bowl blue laws and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  48. old men having sex with people who are not their wives
    Indiana State Lawmaker Tried to Be a ‘Sugga Daddy’ to Local 18-Year-Old ManShocking.
  49. indiana
    Indiana’s On-Strike Democrats Return to WorkHoosiers working together. Again.
  50. what's the matter with wisconsin?
    Indiana Prosecutor Suggested That Scott Walker Fake an Assassination AttemptSo many good ideas!
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