PILLIE: GOP should put more energy into tech

We’re about to leave one unique facet of Indiana politics and enter another.
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PILLIE: Don’t toss the reforms along with Bennett

In the modern political world, it seems the validity or importance of an idea is treated no more seriously than what brand of butter substitute you buy from the local grocery store. Most recently, Indiana has experienced this phenomenon in education policy.
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PILLIE: Another way on local government reform

One of my first stops after moving to Indiana back in 2000 was to the license branch so I could transfer my driver’s license. I was in for two surprises. I didn’t know I had to take a written test (I passed first try), and I was asked what township I lived in.
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