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Bills legislators addressed included increasing the statute of limitations in rape cases and changing the requirements for ordering wine on the Internet.


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The House did pass an alternative bill yesterday, H.R.7, that would prohibit taxpayer funding of elective abortions.


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Bills to allow Sunday sales have never made it to the Senate floor, but President Pro Tem David Long says he doesn't have a problem with the change.


A study in the New England Journal of Medicine raises new question about the safety of E-cigarettes.

A new study finds that exposure to formaldehyde can make E-cigarettes more hazardous than tobacco cigarettes.



The city has booked 880,552 future hotel room nights and conventions, which total nearly $815 million in future economic impact for Indianapolis.


Senate Bill 169 would move the IREAD-3 test from third to second grade.

What do state lawmakers, teachers and other school advocates have to say about moving the IREAD-3 test to second grade?


Seven Oaks Classical School, a charter school proposed for Monroe County, proposes a focus on educating children through a classical education in the liberal arts and sciences.

Ball State University informed two charter schools Friday that their charters will not be renewed.

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