10 Year Old Twins Caught Between Biological Mother And Adoptive Home
Gary’s $1 home program has received national press, from everyone from the New York Times to Fox News, Host Steve Walsh talks to Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson raising the city’s profile.
Indy continues to have issues with panhandling. On the heals of the city putting a more restrictive ordinance on hold, ACLU has filed a suit alleging the city violated the free speech rights of four people under the existing ordinance.
We also get the latest on Indiana’s unemployment numbers.
The Indiana Supreme Court ruling may take a pair of 10 year old twins from Jasper County away from the only home they’ve known. The judges had harsh words for state officials, in a case that has drug on for nine years. We talk to the attorney for the adoptive parent and Dan Carden, statehouse bureau chief for the Times of Northwest Indiana.
Charlie P. Rice, attorney for the adoptive parents
Dan Carden, statehouse bureau chief with the Times of Northwest Indiana
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman Wilson
Ken Falk, ACLU Indiana Legal Director
Joe Frank, with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development