Indiana bill that sparked Nazi comment won't move forward. Companion legislation might.

Indiana bill that sparked Nazi comment won't move forward. Companion legislation might.

Indiana bill that sparked Nazi comment won't move forward. Companion legislation might. The Indiana bill that sparked national outrage will not move forward, Senate leadership confirmed on Friday. "Members of the Senate continued to work on Senate Bill 167, but have determined there is no path forward for it and it will not be considered," Senate President Pro Tempore Rodric Bray, R-Martinsville, said in a statement. Less clear is the fate of a similar bill moving through the Indiana House. That bill was passed out of committee, 8-5, and heads to the full House floor next. Should it pass the House, it will be sent to the Senate. A spokesperson for Bray said Senate Republicans would review the bill, if it passes out of the House. More on bill:Indiana Senate …
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