Only nonprofit organizations whose budgets are reviewed by a state agency or legislative body are subject to the Indiana Open Records Act. Just because the organization accepts public funds, is insuficient to force them to reveal their governing documents, beyond what is filed with the state.
If appropriate documents are not current, then you can complain to the Secretary of State. Though, they probably won't do anything. Generally, this sort of thing is litigated between aggrieved parties and the organzation. The fact that the documents are not current is simply evidence of mal or misfeasance.
Hope this helps.
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