FILE - In this Sept. 27, 2013, file photo, Emily's List President Stephanie Schriock speaks in Manchester, N.H. With a deeper-than-ever split between Republicans and Democrats over abortion, activists on both sides of the debate foresee a 2016 presidential campaign in which the nominees tackle the volatile topic more aggressively than in past elections. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File)

Activists predict abortion will be a hot issue in campaigns

With a deeper-than-ever split between Republicans and Democrats over abortion, activists on both sides of the debate foresee a 2016 presidential campaign in which the nominees tackle the volatile topic more aggressively than in past elections.

In this Dec. 23, 2015, photo, Greg Pachmayr, the deputy Clerk of Courts for Indiana's appellate courts, pulls out a bankers box full of court records in a storage room at the Indiana Government Center South in Indianapolis. Indiana’s top courts are moving ahead with adopting an electronic-filing system that state officials say will eventually give the public free access to online court records statewide, and reduce the need for storing paper versions of court documents. That transition is part of Indiana’s goal of bringing e-filing to trial courts in all 92 of its counties by the end of 2018.  (AP Photo/Rick Callahan)

Indiana courts push ahead with shift to e-filing

The goal is for trial courts in all 92 counties to offer e-filing by the end of 2018; one county has already instituted it and six others will follow in the first half of 2016.