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EDITORIAL: Refocus outrage over Pence's Just In news agency to watchdog work

Critics of Gov. Mike Pence's proposed news service, Just IN, should now redirect their energy in support of three bills in the Legislature that would encourage government agencies to operate in the open—a critical ingredient for a factual, fair and independent press.
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RUSTHOVEN: Belichick's record deflated by dodgy style

The Patriots under Coach Bill Belichick epitomize the “win at any cost” mind-set that’s despicable whether context is business or politics or sports.
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FRANK: How to solve Carmel's physician shortage

Stuffy nose and shaking chills? Need a doctor? Good luck finding one in Hamilton County. As an influenza epidemic races through Indiana and Obamacare demands that you select your primary care physician (PCP), many in suburban Indianapolis cannot find a health care provider.
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KIM: Overly narcissistic CEOs are toxic to companies

Narcissism can be a precursor to selfish and/or unethical CEO behavior, which can also cause your investment to perish.
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LOPRESTI: Paris McCurdy relives a brilliant play—and the one that got away

The hero of Ball State's 1990 NCAA tournament run lives in the present, but a couple of plays live on.
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HICKS: Piecemeal dismantling of liquor laws a bad idea

The regulation of alcoholic beverages in Indiana contains a vast web of laws that apply differently to different types of businesses. Over the past 80 years, firms across Indiana have in good faith made investment and location decisions based upon these laws.
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MAURER: Follow Gov. McNutt and do the right thing

How should immigrants be treated? A legendary Indiana governor's example applies today.
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FEIGENBAUM: Education, energy, ag legislation gain momentum

The bill count topped 1,200 before the end of January, and that figure, of course, doesn’t include the scores of amendments you’ll see before the end of April.
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RACE: Drafting smart agenda for downtown growth

Plan 2020 is a good start toward building on, refining successes of the past.
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Budget amendment wastes money, minds

Peter Rusthoven states [Jan. 19 Taking Issue] that a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget will “protect the state” when the economy turns down.
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