Bloomington City Council members are working to limit the heights of new downtown development, the Sophia Travis playground at Karst Farm Park is getting a makeover, the Indiana legislature is considering revising Indiana’s alcohol laws, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb addressed the state legislature in his State of the State address on Tuesday night.
Indiana’s legislature passed a law last session that requires police to collect DNA from people arrested in connection with a felony. That law went into effect on January first. The DNA, which is collected with a cotton swab from the inside of a person’s mouth, goes into a federal data base. In today’s Feature report, WFHB News Director Wes Martin speaks with with Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council Executive Director David Powell about their support for the law.
VOICES IN THE STREET
Indiana is one of five states that doesn’t have a hate crime law on the books. Voices in the Street asks your friends and neighbors whether Indiana needs hate crime legislation.
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