the Algemeinier January 29, 2016 JNS.org – The Indiana House of Representatives this week passed new legislation that targets businesses or other entities that engage in the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, marking the latest victory in the fight against BDS on the US state level. House Bill 1378, which was introduced by Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma and was passed unanimously by the legislature on Jan. 25...
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Posted at IndyStar 4:35 p.m. EST March 2, 2016 On behalf of Hoosier supporters of Israel, the Jewish American Affairs Committee...Read More
Jewish American Affairs Committee of Indiana NEWS ALERT The Jewish American Affairs Committee of Indiana is pleased to...Read More
January 29, 2016 Forward The Indiana House of Representatives unanimously approved a bill banning state dealings with entities...Read More
Haaretz, January 30, 2016 Bill banning the state from dealings with entities that have boycotted Israel now faces vote in State...Read More
The Times of Israsel January 29, 2016 Law bans dealings with entities boycotting Israel; Gov. Mike Pence expected to sign...Read More
January 30, 2016, Debka The Indiana House of Representatives has unanimously passed new legislation that targets businesses or...Read More
Posted by Jewish Telegraphic Agency, January 29, 2016 The Indiana House of Representatives unanimously approved a bill banning state dealings with entities that boycott Israel or its settlements. The bill sent to the state’s Senate on Jan. 26 defines “the promotion of activities to boycott, divest from, or sanction Israel” as meeting the standard of “extraordinary circumstances” necessary under state law to mandate divestment from a company. It...
JAACI’s legislative efforts to combat anti-Israel forces continues forward. On Monday, January 25, 2016, the Indiana House passed 93-0 JAACI-initiated legislation (bill #1378 ) that would block Indiana state pension funds from investing in pro-BDS entities. Kudos to state legislators, particularly Speaker Brian Bosma, the primary sponsor of the bill. Now on to the Senate to get this legislation passed into law!