State girls lagging behind rest of U.S.

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(Bloomington) Herald-Times Girls aren’t doing as well in Indiana as they are in most states in the nation. That conclusion...

Lawmakers: Listen to Hoosiers’ priorities

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South Bend Tribune Before the General Assembly convenes in 2015, here’s a bit of required reading for lawmakers. The 2014...

Jailing mentally ill not solving problem

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South Bend Tribune The statistics are stunning. Right now in Indiana, the Department of Correction estimates that 17 percent of...

Colleges must think of local taxpayers

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Indianapolis Business Journal No one will win the desperate arms race for out-of-state students waged among public universities, including those in Indiana. ...

Printing legal notices keeps public informed

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The Tribune To be effective, a democracy requires a well- informed and engaged public. Impeding the flow of...

Privatizing Indianapolis parking sensible move

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Daily Journal A state agency is looking to privatize management of parking garages and lots around the Statehouse and state government office...

Flexibility allows synthetic pot ban

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The Seymour Tribune For the seventh time in two years, the Indiana Board of Pharmacy used its emergency rule-making powers to place...

Hasty reform to oust Dem risks angering voters

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(Bedford) Times-Mail It doesn’t appear as if Indiana’s education and political leadership has ever heard of the old adage “agree to disagree.” ...

College’s steps good, but fans deserve more

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(Bloomington) Herald-Times Indiana University made big news with its Bill of Rights for student-athletes. Athletics Director Fred Glass and the university pledged...

State must maintain focus on sex assault

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(Terre Haute) Tribune-Star Indiana in the past year has taken steps to better understand the frequency and impact of sexual...