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Attorney General Todd Rokita: US DOE backs off critical race theory

Today, the Biden Administration reversed course on educational proposals aimed at imposing the teaching of critical race theory, the 1619 Project, and other similar curricula into America’s classrooms.

Attorney General Todd Rokita sues Google again

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has filed a multistate lawsuit against Google over monopolistic practices used by the digital giant to thwart competition and maintain unfair control over markets.

Consumer alert: Products recalled in June 2021

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is encouraging Hoosiers, who purchased consumer products recalled in June, to take advantage of the remedies available to them.

Fort Wayne City Council meeting tonight – 6/15/2021

The Fort Wayne City Council meets this evening at 5:30 pm in Committee Session at Citizens Square.

Fort Wayne City Council meeting tonight – 6/8/2021

The Fort Wayne City Council meets this evening at 5:30 pm in both Committee and Regular Sessions at Citizens Square.

Consumer alert: Unemployment benefits phishing scam

Attorney General Todd Rokita is partnering with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development to warn Hoosiers about an unemployment benefits phishing scam.

AG Curtis Hill responds to disciplinary action

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill responds to disciplinary action from Indiana Supreme Court.

AG Curtis Hill warns of COVID-19 scams

Attorney General Curtis Hill today asked Hoosiers to be wary of scams as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic sweeps across the globe.
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Indiana Attorney General Zoeller recognizes Fort Wayne Fire Department

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller recognized the FWFD this week for implementing a naloxone program and helping to prevent opioid overdose deaths.
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U.S. Supreme Court does not accept appeals including Indiana’s; stay to be lifted

The U.S. Supreme Court declined today to accept the cases of Indiana and four other states that had appealed legal challenges to their marriage statutes.