The Indianapolis Star
Work begins on GE Aviation plant in Lafayette
Work begins on GE Aviation plant in Lafayette By 2020, GE is expected to employ 200 people in high-paying jobs.
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Sun Jul 20, 2014
Indiana Democrats deal with education split
On the face of it, the battles between Democratic Schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz and supporters and staff for Republican Gov. Mike Pence have been a unifying force for Indiana Democrats.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Protected area in Austin Bottoms grows with recent purchases
Outdoor enthusiasts now have access to 3,028 acres of protected land in the Austin Bottoms Healthy Rivers INitiative area.
Indiana has $2 billion cash reserve amid austerity
State leaders have been touting Indiana's sizable cash reserves for years now, dubbing the state the "fiscal envy" of the nation, but on the other side of that equation, deep spending cuts have spurred frustration among educators, adoptive parents and others.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Pence taps city native for key post
A Bishop Dwenger High School graduate was one of four deputy chiefs of staff tapped by Gov. Mike Pence last week.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Ball State Wants To Figure Out How It Was Defrauded Out Of $13 Million, Hires Mitch's Sister
Ball State University has a lot of explaining to do. University officials entrusted a former employee with choosing people to invest university funds who was either corrupt or incompetent.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
It's HIP to be responsive
I support Gov. Mike Pence's' proposed expansion of health care accessibility by proposing HIP 2.0 as a replacement to the expansion of Medicaid in Indiana under Obamacare However, I approve with some reservation.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
The Indianapolis Star
Ethics bonanza: 3 high-profile cases to watch Thursday
Ethics bonanza: 3 high-profile cases to watch Thursday During an unusually busy meeting, the State Ethics Commission will make decisions impacting the future of three public figures Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1lV2Xt5 A jam-packed schedule for tomorrow's State Ethics Commission meeting includes three high-profile cases that ... (more)
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Indiana Inspector General Stepping Down
David Thomas has been the only person to hold the job since it was created in 2005 by then Governor Mitch Daniels.
Insurrection in education
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
The Democratic candidate for Indiana state auditor is arguing that more of the state's cash balance should be used to restore spending cuts made in the last few years.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
The Star Press
Larry Riley: Want an Indiana governor for president?
Indiana's chief executive continues coyness about a presidential run -- and, to be honest, I'd like to see anybody not named Bush or Clinton in the race -- but on the heels of the country's founding 238 years and two days ago, recall Ben Franklin's wise words.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Pence picks 8 for public university boards
Gary Lehman and Bruce White were reappointed to the three-year terms on the Purdue University Board of Trustees.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Land conservation program protects 31,000 acres
Former Gov. Mitch Daniels established the Healthy Rivers INitiative in June 2010 with a goal of protecting nearly 70,000 acres along the Wabash River, Sugar Creek and the Muscatatuck River.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Winning public trust essential in tax effort
Tax experts and conservative thought leaders who gathered at Gov. Mike Pence's tax summit last week focused on everything from broad concepts of tax simplification to the minutiae of credits, deductions and other tax items.
New York Daily News
Imagination, stuck on the launchpad
I joined the world in watching America's greatest space feats, including Neil Armstrong walking on the moon in 1969.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Indianapolis Business News
After two years of transition, the Indiana Supreme Court will soon be entering a new generation of leadership.
Indianapolis Business News
Indiana Toll Road operator facing debt woes
A state agency says it is monitoring the Indiana Toll Road operator's finances as it works to make an upcoming debt payment on the financing of its $3.8 billion lease payment to the state eight years ago.
Rauner, Sanguinetti Rally Joliet Chamber Luncheon Crowd
Republican gubinatorial candidate Bruce Rauner addressed the Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry during a Friday afternoon luncheon at the Jacob Henry Mansion; stating that no matter if he's leading Governor Quinn in polls, only November 4th counts.
The Jackson Sun
States poaching businesses from other states
It's a slap at the Land of Lincoln's economic and financial policies. The advertiser? Neighboring Indiana, calling itself "A State that Works."