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The next phase of I-69 impact, lawmakers try to wrap up this session, a contested electric co-op election and a prison program to fix unwanted bikes.

Coming up on Indiana Newsdesk:

The next phase of I-69 will impact a number of businesses, many of which who say they’ve already been hurt by ongoing construction delays. What does the plan for section 6 construction look like and where will the state find the money to pay for it?

It’s a sprint to the finish as lawmakers try to wrap their work this session… among the big items still being debated, the budget for the next two years.

Plus hundreds of people lined up to vote for directors to lead their electric co-op. Winners were announced but almost immediately contested. Coming up, will the results stand?

And a prison program to fix unwanted bikes is being called a win-win for the kids who receive the bikes and the offenders who repair them.

Those stories plus the latest news headlines from across the state right now on Indiana Newsdesk.

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