ARTICLES

LATZ, VANAGS, DAVIS: Trade is crucial to Indianapolis' future

Over the past two decades, Indianapolis has become a vibrant metropolitan area, powering growth throughout Indiana. The next phase for the Indy region requires not just statewide progress, but global integration.
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DAVIS: Public sphere needs Hoosier hospitality

We have a disconnect in Indiana that we need to fix.
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DAVIS: Welcome to Indianapolis, Mr. Ferebee

We welcome a new leader to town to take one of our most important jobs—superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools.
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DAVIS: Some solid ways to move Indy forward

Three promising efforts are under way in Indianapolis to unite the community and propel us forward. I hope we pursue each initiative with a sense of urgency and change the trajectory on our health, skills and economic prosperity.
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DAVIS: Prosperity focus lost amid cordiality

Keep the hope alive, I tell myself, keep the hope alive.
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DAVIS: So far, so good at the Legislature

I had a happy Valentine’s Day visiting with members of the General Assembly.
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DAVIS: Voices of moderation, speak up

Across the country on Election Day sprang voices and signs of social acceptance from young people, gay people, women, immigrants of many decades and people with disabilities. America has changed, and will continue to. Americans are seeing the relationship between equal opportunity and economic opportunity.
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DAVIS: Republicans' turn to vote for Democrats

If you know me, I think you agree that I am not a firebrand partisan with automatic reactions based on my Democratic Party affiliation.
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DAVIS: Building momentum on the near-east side

Indianapolis Public Schools and the community centers and ministries of the near-east side came together to apply for a Promise Neighborhood grant—committing to organize supports for students and families around schools in order to significantly improve the educational and developmental outcomes of all children.
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DAVIS: Daniels stood on Democratic shoulders

It’s getting close to election time. I find many voters are feeling a depressed malaise. When we feel that way, it’s hard to imagine regaining the energetic confidence we could have, and that we need to succeed.
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