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Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill may have violated a state ethics law prohibiting officeholders from using their names in aud ... [Read More]
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Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr. may have violated a state ethics law prohibiting officeholders from using their names in audio, video or newspaper ads... [Read More]
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Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr. may have violated a state ethics law prohibiting officeholders from using their names in audio, video or newspaper ads... [Read More]
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill might have violated a state ethics law prohibiting officeholders from using their names in audio, video or newspaper ads paid... [Read More]
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The state's most populous county leans Democratic. Republicans have fought to constrain early voting there for the past decade. [Read More]
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The Indiana Attorney General's office is defending its decision to intervene in a federal court case on early voting centers, after harsh criticism from the... [Read More]
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A federal judge has denied Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill's motion challenging a consent decree to add early voting sites in Marion County. [Read More]
A federal judge has denied Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill's motion challenging a consent decre... [Read More]
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A federal judge has denied Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill's motion challenging a consent decree to add early voting sites in Marion County . Judge... [Read More]
A special judge held a hearing Thursday in the battle between a Brown County hotel's former operator and the Indiana Attorney General's office. [Read More]
Marion County's decision to open additional voting centers is being contested by Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, but the Marion County Election Board disputes his... [Read More]
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of scams in which companies send consumers unsolicited credit cards. [Read More]
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of scams in which companies send consumers unsolicited credit cards, often touting high credit limits.... [Read More]
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