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April 12, 2011


State Senate Approves Anti-Nepotism Bill

The bill would ban local government employees from serving as their own boss, and it officials‘ ability to hire relatives.

March 18, 2011


Experts Say Alternative Sentencing Key to Criminal Reform

Criminal Justice Professor says Indiana’s judicial system is antiquated, and new methods of rehabilitation are needed for modern offenders.

January 26, 2011


Proposed Bill Would Limit Teacher Bargaining Options

One of Governor Mitch Daniels’ main initiatives in reforming education is getting support from a Senate Committee.

September 23, 2010


Group Hosts Health Care Information Session

A student group held a conference to educate local residents about a provision in the health care law that went into effect on Thursday, Sept 23.

August 7, 2008


New Indiana Law Upends Mortgage Industry

By this morning, Indiana mortgage brokers must have passed a written test and background check to legally stay in business. Hundreds of mortgage brokers either failed the test or elected to skip it altogether.

December 12, 2007


Local Government Reform Report Calls For Consolidating Libraries

The blue-ribbon commission recommends the consolidation of all library districts into county-based systems.

October 2, 2007


Bloomington Doctor Advocates For Universal Health Care

Rob Stone says the number of employers offering health insurance is falling, and one in six Americans are uninsured.

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