Opinion

WESTERHAUS-RENFROW: Diversity still has bad rap in IndianaRestricted Content

January 18, 2014
Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow / Special to IBJ
What “D” word is used most sparingly or avoided altogether by Hoosier political, business and civic leaders when sharing how to position Indiana for growth and success? a) debt, b) deflation, or c) diversity?
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BOEHM: Solid reasons to build justice center nowRestricted Content

January 18, 2014
Ted Boehm / Special to IBJ
Mayor Ballard proposes to create a judicial center that would bring the dispersed offices of the criminal courts, prosecutor, public defender and perhaps other agencies together with the county jail in one facility at a location to be determined, and free up the jail site for development.
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TAFT: Just whose downtown is it, anyway?

January 18, 2014
Bill Taft / Special to IBJ
Downtown Indianapolis was recently ranked No. 1 for livability among smaller cities by Livability.com—gratifying praise after $9.3 billion of reinvestment. Recent debates and plans, however, have raised a fundamental question: Whose downtown is this?
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EDITORIAL: Forge ahead with preschoolRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Gov. Mike Pence said last month that he wants to help young children from low-income homes start kindergarten “ready for a life of learning.” We applaud that goal, and ask the governor and General Assembly to craft voucher legislation that encourages the highest-quality preschools.
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KENNEDY: Not healthy, wealthy or wiseRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Sheila Suess Kennedy
Many of us have just wished our friends and loved ones a healthy, happy and prosperous new year. In Indiana, those are going to be elusive goals.
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SMITH: Business thrives in pro-family IndianaRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Curt Smith / Special to IBJ
Among the more mystifying arguments against a constitutional amendment defining marriage as one man and one woman is the claim that having such a conversation creates an intolerant tone that hurts Indiana’s business climate. It’s mystifying because as we have respectfully debated this issue, Indiana’s economy improved remarkably.
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HETRICK: After storm, plowing through a pseudo-libertarian snow job

January 11, 2014
Bruce Hetrick
"I am capable of deciding for myself what and where and when I can come and go," said a Facebook friend. But when does liberty get in the way of public safety?
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MORRIS: Storm tests preparedness, opens heartsRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Greg Morris
Dangerous conditions give us a chance to kick the tires on remote workforce plan.
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Legislative agenda unusually lengthy for a short sessionRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Ed Feigenbaum
An uncommonly ambitious gubernatorial want-list is paired with scores of items lawmakers are coveting during the 10-week gathering.
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LOPRESTI: Colts-Chiefs playoff game joins classic-comeback peersRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Veterans of other memorable games welcome a new 'one for the ages' to their ranks.
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Hicks: Fed might as well throw in the towel on easingRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Mike Hicks
At the Philadelphia meeting of the American Economic Association, economist Charles Plosser argued that the continued quantitative easing should be quickly reduced.
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Skarbeck: Next wave of regulators needs to keep reformingRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
Ken Skarbeck
Since last year, there have been several personnel changes in key financial and regulatory positions in the federal government.
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LOU'S VIEWS: Funky furniture, slamming doors and more

January 11, 2014
Lou Harry
This week, I empty the notebook with thoughts on the IMA's contemporary galleries, a furniture show at the State Museum, a Beef &Boards farce and an ambitious new CD.
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DINING: Sideman BeBop Pizza worthy of headliner The Jazz Kitchen

January 11, 2014
Lou Harry
What might be a secret to some is that the city's leading jazz club shares its kitchen with a pizza joint. Second in a month-long series of theme-free restaurant reviews.
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Doctors will have helpRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
While I agree that the “chicken little” message of doctor shortages is misguided, as demonstrated [Dec. 16] in “Sorry, docs, but Obamacare will suffer from a shortage,” Indiana patients only benefit from physician assistants practicing at the top of their license.
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Support faith traditionsRestricted Content

January 11, 2014
As leaders of Christian faith communities in Indiana, we share a common concern surrounding the proposed amendment to the Constitution of Indiana, House Joint Resolution 6.
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ALTOM: Online games find favor among hiring managersRestricted Content

January 4, 2014
The pastime of many a millennial turns out to be a good predictor of future job performance.
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LOPRESTI: Arena naming, where Taco Bell and Jenny Craig are equalsRestricted Content

January 4, 2014
What would UCLA fans think of H.R. Haldeman Pavilion? And why couldn't I get a signal at the Verizon Center?
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LOU'S VIEWS: 50 years, 50 shows

January 4, 2014
Lou Harry
Broadway's "Ragtime," Butler's "Lamentations," and two Icemen among half a century of theater-going highlights
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DINING: Ember attempts Cultural Trail culinary spark

January 4, 2014
Lou Harry
Former chain pizza place transforms into neighborhood eat/drinkery. First in a month of theme-free restaurant reviews.
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Hicks: North Korea is epitome of an economic systemRestricted Content

January 4, 2014
Mike Hicks
The U.S. economy is not a system; it is a series of markets that by their very nature cannot be organized. The People’s Republic of Korea is the contemporary bastion of economic systems; North Korea is the most centrally planned state of modern times.
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Kim: ‘David and Goliath’ offers lessons for business, life          

January 4, 2014
Mickey Kim
At some point, you’re likely to face a competitor with vastly superior size, strength and resources. You’re the underdog, but if you’re willing to wage an unconventional battle, outwork your opponent and don’t fear social disapproval, victory can be yours.
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RACE: Updating Indianapolis' plan: vision, reality and the future

January 4, 2014
Bruce Race / Special to IBJ
The city has an opportunity to replace its weak comprehensive plan with a robust strategy.
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MAURER: Catching up before moving aheadRestricted Content

January 4, 2014
Mickey Maurer
A look back at some of the topics and people I wrote about in 2013.
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Hicks: Fed's easing plan barely makes an impactRestricted Content

December 28, 2013
Mike Hicks
The Federal Reserve’s recent decision to ease efforts to stimulate the economy were widely expected. What was unexpected about the announcement was just how minimal the changes were.
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