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Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
The plan backed by Republican Gov. Mike Pence would end a tax that puts about $1 billion per year into local coffers.
At least three state senators plan to introduce legislation that would ban police from gathering cell phone data without first acquiring a warrant.
New research suggests lung cancer isn't always as deadly as doctors once thought.
American Electric Power plant's, the largest coal fired plant in the world, twin stacks bellow smoke during the peak energy season in the month of July.
Not far into the New Deal, Franklin Delano Roosevelt's critics had a lot of fun at his expense by cracking jokes about the "alphabet soup" he'd cooked up by creating a lot of government agencies known only by their acronyms.
January is going to be an even tougher month for 900,000 food stamp recipients unless they plan ahead.
There won't be any quick reopening at Louie's Coney Island. The Kokomo eatery, in the same family since 1937, was destroyed by the Nov. 17 tornado.
Gov. Mike Pence will ask lawmakers in 2014 to cut more than $1 billion in taxes for businesses, parents and individuals and spend hundreds of millions more on roads, workforce development and preschool for poor Hoosier children.
Religious and civic leaders and Hoosiers of different races, faiths and ages praised Nelson Mandela on Sunday as a model of reconciliation, understanding and perseverance.
Welcome to Indiana's own "Cold War," a tit-for-tat fight over education more akin to something out of Dr. Seuss' "The Butter Battle Book" than high-brow statesmanship.
Even as Indiana opponents of Obamacare shed crocodile tears for the few who may be forced to upgrade substandard medical insurance plans, they push ahead with a plan guaranteeing that thousands of Hoosiers will be left with no medical coverage at all.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, preparing for his second year at the helm of Indiana government, offered up two worthy initiatives for the Indiana legislature to consider - creation of a prekindergarten voucher program and the beginning of a phase out of the state's business personal property tax.
Larry Bucshon is a heart surgeon, a Republican and a congressman. He has had employees who have reached lifetime insurance caps and ended up on Medicaid.
"If the actions of government officials lead citizens to conclude that those officials are no longer meaningfully bound by the law, then citizens will rightly conclude that neither are they."
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