Kaitlin Lange, Indianapolis Star

Kaitlin Lange

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Recent articles by Kaitlin:

Nancy Pelosi rejects GOP Indiana congressman for a committee studying Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she worried about the impact Banks' appointment could have on the "integrity of the investigation." → Read More

Dan Forestal, former Indiana lawmaker, dies at 38

The Marion County coroner's office has not released Forestal's cause of death. → Read More

Indiana to return money to taxpayers after surprise influx of revenue

Hoosier taxpayers will get an unexpected refund worth a combined $545 million when they file their taxes in 2022. → Read More

Harsher rioting penalties, a new state snack: These Indiana laws go into effect July 1

A slew of bills will soon go into effect in Indiana, impacting everything from the state's official snack to how police do their jobs. → Read More

Indiana's congressional, state maps substantially favor Republicans, study says

Indiana's state and congressional district maps substantially favor Republicans, and it's not just because of Indiana's geographic makeup, study says. → Read More

Former VP Mike Pence purchases $1.93M mansion in Carmel

Former Vice President Mike Pence is spending his post-vice president days in a $1.93 million house he and his wife Karen purchased in Hamilton County. → Read More

Why an influential conservative group is attacking some Indiana Republicans

Americans for Prosperity is sending out mailers criticizing lawmakers who voted against House Bill 1202 — starting with Republican Sen. Michael Young. → Read More

Why Indiana's governor and attorney general are feuding over emergency powers

Attorney General Todd Rokita is arguing that Gov. Eric Holcomb had no right to file a lawsuit over a recently passed bill. → Read More

Holcomb requires state employees to return to the office by July 6

Gov. Eric Holcomb is requiring all state employees to return to their pre-pandemic offices by July 6, he announced in an email Wednesday. → Read More

19 Republican lawmakers ask Holcomb to stop Indiana University from requiring vaccines

Republican lawmakers signed onto a letter to Gov. Eric Holcomb, asking him to stop Indiana University from requiring COVID-19 vaccines. → Read More

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb to visit Israel days after cease-fire

Gov. Eric Holcomb is traveling to Israel this week to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. → Read More

Rep. Greg Pence votes against commission into 'Hang Mike Pence' US Capitol insurrection

More than 30 Republicans in the House broke ranks to vote for the bill creating a bipartisan panel. It now faces resistance in the Senate. → Read More

Abortion rights groups sue Indiana over law regarding 'abortion reversal' drug

Abortion rights groups are suing the state over a new law that requires health-care providers to share information about an abortion "reversal" drug. → Read More

Where mask mandates, business restrictions stand in Indiana after SB5 goes into effect

Indiana lawmakers voted to override Gov. Eric Holcomb's veto of Senate Bill 5 Monday, shifting power to elected officials during emergencies. → Read More

Lawmakers override Holcomb's veto on bill impacting local health restrictions

Indiana lawmakers voted to override Gov. Eric Holcomb's veto of Senate Bill 5 on Monday, making it more challenging for local communities to quickly implement COVID-19 restrictions → Read More

Former state official announces 2024 gubernatorial run 3 years ahead of Election Day

Former president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation Eric Doden announced he is running for governor in 2024 as a Republican → Read More

Holcomb rejects bill limiting local health department actions in third veto of session

Gov. Eric Holcomb vetoed a bill that could have made it more challenging for local health departments to implement COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Four months into office, Spartz announces reelection campaign in 5th Congressional District

Republican Congresswoman Victoria Spartz announced she is running for reelection in 2022 in Indiana’s 5th Congressional District, roughly four months into her first term. → Read More

Census data show Indiana's population grew — but not enough to gain a congressional seat

Indiana will keep its nine congressional districts over the next decade, according to the first batch of 2020 census data released Monday afternoon. → Read More

State lawmakers opposed to COVID vaccine mandates have filed a flurry of bills this session. Some worry about the message they send.

Bills advanced in more than 40 states seek to prohibit vaccination requirements for work, school or events. → Read More