Study exposes Indiana’s political imbalance

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It’s no secret that Indiana is, in political terms, a bright red state. The Republican Party has an iron grip on state government and...

Opting out of state opioid lawsuit makes sense

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You won't find any white flags being raised in Columbus in the fight to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable for the ongoing opioid crisis.If anything,...

Biden risks sinking his own plan

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The Dallas Morning NewsAmericans have broadly agreed for years that the nation’s transportation infrastructure is in desperate need of attention. Across party lines, people...

Biden risks sinking his own plan

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The Dallas Morning NewsAmericans have broadly agreed for years that the nation’s transportation infrastructure is in desperate need of attention. Across party lines, people...

Wages for work should apply to college athletes

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The U.S. Supreme Court this past week proved a formidable bench for college athletes, when all nine justices backed education-related payments to the students.The...

Support effort to improve broadband access

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Late last month, Indiana Farm Bureau announced the formation of the Indiana Broadband Strategic Partnership.The partnership was conceived as a way to bring broadband...

Supreme Court gets it right on ACA

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Aim Indiana MediaIt’s time to stop trying to kill the Affordable Care Act and focus on making it better.In a vote last Thursday, the...

Supreme Court gets it right on ACA

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Aim Indiana MediaIt’s time to stop trying to kill the Affordable Care Act and focus on making it better.In a vote last Thursday, the...

Growing fentanyl problem concerning

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Fentanyl isn’t a new drug, but there’s ample evidence that suggests illegal use is near, or at, an all-time high in the area.The synthetic...

An unsurprising decision on health

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In an irresponsible, but not surprising decision on public health in southern Indiana, the needle exchange program in rural Scott County — which helped contain...