(The Center Square) – Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita issued an expanded Parents Bill of Rights last week, calling Critical Race Theory “deeply flawed” and “destructive” and saying it’s not aligned with any Indiana educational standards and schools should not be using it.
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"Having your child's school and its employees work against you as you raise your family according to your Hoosier values shouldn't be allowed," said Attorney General Todd Rokita.
"This is a sad day for our country when someone can put themselves in harm’s way, declare self defense, and be acquitted," said Roy Dominguez, a defense attorney and former Lake County sheriff.
(The Center Square) – Two of Indiana’s Republican leaders spoke out on issues in Indiana schools Tuesday, with Speaker of the House Todd Huston saying the legislature will take steps to make sure parents have more input on what is taught and Attorney General Todd Rokita telling a crowd outside the statehouse his office will issue a second “Parents Bill of Rights.”
Hoosier lawmakers are working to bring a swift end to Indiana's COVID-19 state of emergency that's persisted since the first case of the coronavirus was diagnosed in Indiana on March 6, 2020.
On Nov. 15, Attorney General Todd Rokita filed a third lawsuit aimed at stopping President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates — this one against a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rule requiring vaccination of all health care workers at facilities participating in Medicare or Medicaid.
(The Center Square) – Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita filed a third lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates this week – this time challenging requirements for nurses, doctors and other healthcare workers.
School districts have the authority to bar "Black Lives Matter materials, lessons or indoctrinations" in their classrooms, hallways, and facilities generally, according to Todd Rokita.
(The Center Square) – Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita issued a legal opinion that warns public schools should not be promoting Black Lives Matter and should adopt neutral policies to make sure they don’t run afoul of the law.
(The Center Square) – Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita announced he’s filing three lawsuits on behalf of the state challenging the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandates.