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FARGO: Mildly agnostic about finishing I-69Restricted Content

December 15, 2012
When Interstate 64 came to my hometown, I was too young to appreciate what an amazing engineering feat it was. To me, the construction zone was a wonderland of big trucks and other exotic-looking equipment.
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FARGO: Ads breed cynicism in young peopleRestricted Content

November 17, 2012
The election is over, but there are still some unanswered questions as we clean up the toxic debris from the campaigns and get back to focusing on other things.
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FARGO: Too many politicians dodge the publicRestricted Content

October 13, 2012
In Monroe County, the League of Women Voters has been having trouble with its candidate forums for local and state races. Some of the candidates refuse to take part.
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FARGO: More questions for Gregg and PenceRestricted Content

September 15, 2012
The Indiana Coalition for Open Government was putting together such a list for the gubernatorial candidates as I wrote this column. While I played a small role in that effort, I would also like to ask a few questions of Mike Pence and John Gregg that are not on the list:
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FARGO: Thankful for the Chick-fil-A tempestRestricted Content

August 18, 2012
I was hesitant to weigh in on the Chick-fil-A controversy, but I decided not doing so would be chicken. (Sorry—couldn’t resist.)
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FARGO: We aren't special, but we have potentialRestricted Content

July 14, 2012
The goal will be to divide and conquer on election day.
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FARGO: State government integrity scores averageRestricted Content

May 19, 2012
We trailed, believe it or not, Illinois and Louisiana, among others.
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FARGO: Battle for open government is global challengeRestricted Content

April 14, 2012
The Ukrainians were particularly curious about the national security exemption in our Freedom of Information Act.
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FARGO: Internet resurrects old free-speech questionsRestricted Content

March 17, 2012
Anonymous speech has a long history in the United States.
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FARGO: A good idea with a shot at becoming lawRestricted Content

February 18, 2012
The only way to enforce the law if a public official ignores a public access counselor’s opinion in your favor is to sue.
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FARGO: Long-overdue teeth for public access lawsRestricted Content

January 21, 2012
Telling the average person that she’s welcome to sue is like telling her to go to Mars and back.
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FARGO: Keep some cheer for better public accessRestricted Content

December 24, 2011
The right of access to information is like a muscle—if you don’t exercise it, it atrophies.
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FARGO: Falling behind on public access lawsRestricted Content

November 26, 2011
The nation with the top score was Serbia, followed by Slovenia, India, El Salvador, Liberia, Croatia and Mexico.
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FARGO: A defense of anonymity on the InternetRestricted Content

October 22, 2011
Anonymity on creates challenges, but it also creates opportunities for the marginalized, the rebellious and the tremulous to speak their minds.
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FARGO: Meet the new public access counselorRestricted Content

September 24, 2011
Hoage is correct that his office shouldn't be advising agencies on how to comply with the law, educating them, and also fining them when they misbehave.
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FARGO: Investigating a court record? Good luckRestricted Content

August 20, 2011
It might take a big chunk of the 21st century for the state to catch up to the 21st century.
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FARGO: There's a place for secrecy in governmentRestricted Content

July 23, 2011
There are slippery slopes, camels’ noses under tents, etc., that we fear will become too common if we budge on our opposition to secrecy. But secretly (oops), we also know that government has to keep some things quiet to keep us safe.
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FARGO: Taking government transparency up a notchRestricted Content

June 25, 2011
The Internet has changed our expectations about the availability of information. We now expect information to be at our fingertips when we want it.
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FARGO: Transparency's value for economic growthRestricted Content

May 21, 2011
It is difficult to sell the benefits of democracy to your citizens or the stability of your government to foreign investors if too much information is kept hidden.
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FARGO: In defense of controversial e-mail requestsRestricted Content

April 23, 2011
Are they politically motivated? Probably. Do they have the potential to intimidate professors and institutions? Yes. Are they illegal or unethical? No.
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FARGO: Sure the schools are failing? Check it outRestricted Content

March 26, 2011
Unfortunately, journalists still sometimes fall into the trap of accepting what “everybody knows” without doing enough questioning.
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FARGO: Solve transparency problems with oversightRestricted Content

February 26, 2011
Transparency walks hand in hand with accountability. It is hard to trust what you cannot see.
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FARGO: Building futures alongside memoriesRestricted Content

January 22, 2011
My hometown and the southern Indiana communities I encountered have much to offer, including hard-working people, clean air and beautiful scenery. To ensure they survive and grow, community and education leaders need to help prepare workers for opportunities in the new economy.
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FARGO: Shield laws are beyond party labelsRestricted Content

December 25, 2010
Good government should be transparent, no matter who’s in charge.
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  1. By the way, the right to work law is intended to prevent forced union membership, not as a way to keep workers in bondage as you make it sound, Italiano. If union leadership would spend all of their funding on the workers, who they are supposed to be representing, instead of trying to buy political favor and living lavish lifestyles as a result of the forced membership, this law would never had been necessary.

  2. Unions once served a noble purpose before greed and apathy took over. Now most unions are just as bad or even worse than the ills they sought to correct. I don't believe I have seen a positive comment posted by you. If you don't like the way things are done here, why do you live here? It would seem a more liberal environment like New York or California would suit you better?

  3. just to clear it up... Straight No Chaser is an a capella group that formed at IU. They've toured nationally typically doing a capella arangements of everything from Old Songbook Standards to current hits on the radio.

  4. This surprises you? Mayor Marine pulled the same crap whenhe levered the assets of the water co up by half a billion $$$ then he created his GRAFTER PROGRAM called REBUILDINDY. That program did not do anything for the Ratepayors Water Infrastructure Assets except encumber them and FORCE invitable higher water and sewer rates on Ratepayors to cover debt coverage on the dough he stole FROM THE PUBLIC TRUST. The guy is morally bankrupt to the average taxpayer and Ratepayor.

  5. There is no developer on the planet that isn't aware of what their subcontractors are doing (or not doing). They hire construction superintendents. They have architects and engineers on site to observe construction progress. If your subcontractor wasn't doing their job, you fire them and find someone who will. If people wonder why more condos aren't being built, developers like Kosene & Kosene are the reason. I am glad the residents were on the winning end after a long battle.

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