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Mourdock under heavy scrutiny for use of Lincoln quote

July 30, 2012

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Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock recent speech raised questions after he referenced an old Abraham Lincoln quote during a speech in Texas. When Democrat Joe Donnelly heavily scrutinized Mourdock for his efforts and involvement in the Chrysler bankruptcy, Mourdock’s defense included a short reference to a Lincoln quote that includes a reference to slavery. Mourdock […]

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Daniels Contemplates Health Care Exchange

July 20, 2012

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Governor Mitch Daniels said Tuesday that he plans to discuss the future of a potential health care exchange with his potential successors. The Health exchange could determine the path of some rules and regulations regarding Indiana’s Health Care policies. Daniels says he does not want to bind the next governor to a plan without consultation. […]

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What the SCOTUS Healthcare decision means for Indiana

July 3, 2012

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There has been some recent political ground made on the Affordable Care Act, namely the Supreme Court’s decision that the individual mandate was constitutional but that the Medicaid expansion was not. Governor Mitch Daniels has his own thoughts on whether these recent assertions and resultant changes for health care and the ACA will be beneficial […]

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Indianapolis city councilor faces charges of disorderly conduct

June 11, 2012

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–KALA BRADFORD– One Indianapolis Councilor is showing that being a politician doesn’t mean you make the best decisions when law enforcement is involved. Councilor Joseph Simpson was arrested Sunday after police say he intervened with a burglary operation and resisted officers. The story being reported is that Simpson approached a police investigation on a possible […]

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Camp Gives Kids Exposure to Chamber Music

June 10, 2012

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KALA BRADFORD Music is often called “the universal language.” No matter how far one travels music can be a welcome comfort. For students participating in the University of South Carolina’s “Beyond the Notes” chamber music workshop, truer words were never spoken. If you walk through the University of South Carolina’s School of Music, you will […]

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