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Indianapolis About 120 students, employees, supporters visit Statehouse. Students, employees and supporters of Indiana University South Bend could have complained about state budget cuts today during their annual visit to the Statehouse. This year we'
Indiana's lawmakers return to work today with less than three months to tackle issues ranging from property taxes to ethics reforms. Both the House and Senate go into session at 1:30 p.m. and must complete work by March 14. Legislators got a head
A report Indiana put together and filed with the federal government this month was supposed to offer a clear and transparent way to gauge the effect of the $787 billion stimulus package. But since Gov. Mitch Daniels' administration handed that report
Last week brought a double dose of bad news to Donna Thielman. First, the 80-year-old Dayton woman found out she has cancer. Then, she learned that the group home where her mentally ill son, Tom, has lived for a decade might be closed because of Gov.
A large box of tea bags was dumped from a bridge into the Wabash River today as part of a series of tax-day protests being held across the country. Several hundred people cheered as the tea bags were dumped in a symbolic recreation of the Boston Tea
About 300 people endured rain outside the Statehouse to show their opposition to gay marriage. Republican candidate for governor Bob Vander Plaats told the crowd at a rally Monday morning that Gov. Chet Culver should sign an executive order that
Gov. Mitch Daniels and about 200 people at a Statehouse rally urged lawmakers to vote this year for a proposal that could lead to property tax limits in Indiana's Constitution. Taxpayers packed the Statehouse rotunda, holding signs reading "Let us
Rep. William Delahunt, D-Quincy, is hosting a panel discussion on the mortgage foreclosure crisis at the Statehouse this afternoon, with Attorney General Martha Coakley and Secretary of State William Galvin scheduled to speak. The panel, which will