Gov. Daniels signs controversial right to resist law
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Gov. Mitch Daniels signed a new law Tuesday that's causing quite a stir.
The new bill gives citizens the right to use force if necessary to protect themselves from unlawful actions by police.
Daniels said the bill strengthens the protection of the state's law enforcement officers. It's meant to clarify situations where someone would be justified for fighting an officer.
Police worry some will misinterpret it and think they can legally attack officers.