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State adds torch relay to bicentennial celebration

Indiana will host a torch relay across the state as part of its 200th birthday celebration in 2016.
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Pence proposes move to strip Ritz of oversight

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is setting up a showdown with Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz as part of a push for an overhaul of Indiana's education system.
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GOP leaders say education funding to be focus of 2015 session

Republican legislative leaders want to restore their credibility among Indiana teachers with proposals they say will mean more money for education and drive more dollars into classrooms and away from administration.
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Bosma: Dysfunctional relationship in education needs to stop

House Speaker Brian Bosma said he's thinking about whether to pursue legislation to make the state superintendent of public instruction an appointed rather than elected position.
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Pence wants HIP 2.0 approval now; delay could cause confusion

Thousands of Hoosiers who are buying health coverage through a federal insurance exchange could face confusing changes if Indiana gets permission to offer its own program sometime next year.
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Forbes: Pence should run for president

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence should run for president because “he’s got the record and got the experience” to be a strong candidate in 2016, conservative media mogul Steve Forbes said Thursday.
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Pilot pre-K enrollment to begin next month

Low-income families in five pilot counties could begin enrolling their children in state-funded preschool next month with classes starting in January, state officials said Wednesday.
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Pelath says Dems will remain relevant despite low numbers

Indiana House Minority Leader Scott Pelath predicted the 2016 election "is going to be a very, very different election."
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Indiana Supreme Court upholds right-to-work law

The Indiana Supreme Court has unanimously upheld Indiana's right-to-work law banning mandatory union fees.
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Republicans to ‘tread lightly’ with bigger Statehouse majorities

Republicans on Wednesday celebrated Election Day wins that extended their legislative dominance and elected new House and Senate leaders.
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