Indiana residents should feel free in the warm months ahead to use the beaches along Lake Michigan as they always have. That’s the message from State Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Ogden Dunes, whose Senate-approved legislation seeking to codify the numerous recreational uses of the lakeshore was not taken up by the House and will not become law this year. Read the full story by The Times of Northwest Indiana.
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