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CDC Comments On Recent Outbreak of HIV and HCV in Indiana

AIDS | By EDGE | Apr 24
The CDC shares their recommendations for health departments and healthcare providers following the outbreak of HIV and HCV among injection drug users in Indiana.

Surge of HIV in Indiana Shows Value of Syringe Exchange

AIDS | By EDGE | Apr 15
Syringe exchange programs can significantly help reduce HIV infections, says amfAR in a new brief.

Indiana Hires PR Firm After Religious Objections Law Flap

POLITICS | By Ken Kusmer | Apr 14
Indiana's economic and tourism development agencies hired a public relations firm Monday to repair the damage to the state's reputation from a religious objections law that raised the specter of discrimination against gays and others.

Ind. Gov. Pence's Approval Deeply Damaged by 'Religious Freedom' Law

POLITICS | By EDGE | Apr 14
Governor Mike Pence may be seeing some long-term political damage as a result of his signing Indiana's now amended "license to discriminate" law.

PopUps: Rihanna Slams Indiana's 'Religious Freedom Law,' Debuts New Song

NATIONAL | By Jason St. Amand | Apr 6
While performing at March Madness Music Fest in Indiana Saturday, Rihanna slammed Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Hoosiers May Be Able to Get High Under New 'Religious Freedom' Law

RELIGION | By EDGE | Apr 6
Is religion a gateway drug? In Indiana it may be.

Sports Backlash Hits Indiana in Wake of Anti-Gay Law

SPORTS | By Roger Brigham | Apr 4
Nowhere has the reaction to Indiana's anti-gay law been more mobilized than in the national sports industry, where condemnation and calls are spreading for major amateur championships to be pulled.

Arkansas, Indiana Lawmakers Race to Update Religion Bills

RELIGION | Apr 2
Lawmakers in Arkansas and Indiana are scrambling to revise controversial religious objection measures as Republican governors in both states try to quell a growing backlash from businesses and other critics who have called the proposals anti-gay.

Anti-Gay Indianapolis Bakery Shutters After Controversy

RELIGION | By EDGE | Apr 2
In cases of anti-gay discrimination, sometimes the market takes care of itself.

UConn's Ollie Won't Travel to Final Four Because of New Law

NATIONAL | By Pat Eaton-Robb | Apr 1
UConn men's basketball coach Kevin Ollie will not be traveling to the Final Four this week, abiding by a travel ban ordered by Connecticut's governor because of Indiana's new religious-objections law, the school announced Tuesday.

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