Indiana Statehouse, Eric Berman, Rod Bray discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
Three w y PC mobile news on the level on the go, why fingers are being crossed at the state Capitol showers developing overnight, changing to a wintry mix by morning. Some scattered snow showers Friday I'm stand Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. No violence is expected. But Chris Davis reports Indiana State police are ready for both of the possible protest planned at the Indiana Statehouse, a source close to the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, which has been in the intelligence gathering business ever since that riot at the U. S. Capitol, says there are possibly to protests being planned. Both would probably be peaceful, say the police, and those are Sunday at noon and Wednesday at noon at the Indiana Statehouse. Chris Davis 93 Wi be seen Mobile news legislative leaders are discussing mask requirements again, not for members this time, but for statehouse visitors, Eric Berman explains. Some people left the state house Wednesday without speaking to a Senate committee as planned because a crowd of other witnesses ignored the Statehouse mask order President Pro TEM Rod Bray says he's looking at better enforcement so people come to testify. Feel safe. They were told that they had to wear masks. And you know if you have AH, staff for an intern there at the door. They're not people. They're gonna be able to enforce that sort of thing. So that's why we're going to try and have Capitol police involves not clear what officers would do if someone refuses to mask up. Bray says he'd rather not be in a position of kicking people out of the building. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile news on the level on the go and on Wi be si.