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KENNEDY: Perverse incentives lead to bad decisions

I am hardly the first—or only—person pointing to the unfortunate consequences of constitutionalizing the tax caps (nor the only person rolling her eyes at Gov. Pence’s duplicative “balanced budget” proposal).
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MENYHART: Welcome social entrepreneurship Inc.

From Shanghai to Buenos Aires, entrepreneurs are founding “mission-driven companies” that have a specific social or environmental mission as part of their core business plan.
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SKARBECK: How Switzerland bank wreaked currency havoc

Financial markets were rocked on Jan. 15 when the Swiss National Bank surprised the world by removing its three-year cap on the Swiss franc/euro exchange rate.
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HICKS: Bill for Rockport gasification plant is job killer

Rockport was not a privately feasible operation in 2005, so the state offered a number of energy purchase agreements to support its construction. Suffice it to say that what was a marginally bad idea in 2005 is a profoundly bad idea in 2015.
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FEIGENBAUM: Lawmakers weighing overwhelming stack of bills

Many of the new House and Senate members ran on limited, simplistic campaign platforms, and—because few had seriously contested general election campaigns—they had little opportunity to educate themselves on more than a handful of big-picture matters.
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LOPRESTI: Super Bowl facts with Hoosier flair

OK, so the Colts aren't in the big game, but we're not completely shut out of the action.
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MORRIS: Inspired by a movie, not by a speech

American Sniper made me proud to be an American, President Obama's State of the Union address did not.
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Pence education agenda would push state ahead

Because of the vital role education plays in Indiana’s future, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee recently voted to endorse Gov. Pence’s education agenda for the 2015 legislative session.
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LOU'S VIEWS: Wurm worms his way into the mind at the IMA

Empty platforms. Instructional drawings. Everyday objects. In “Erwin Wurm: Euclidean Exercises," visitors are prompted to stand on the platforms and pose.


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EDITORIAL: Mike Pence on track with career education

The governor is putting money behind his rhetoric, proposing a $40 million increase in funding for career and vocational programs. By 2020, he wants to see a fivefold increase in students graduating with industry-recognized credentials.
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