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EDITORIAL: Circle Centre mall needs help

The city should lead stakeholders to turn around one of the downtown's jewels.
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KENNEDY: Indiana Legislature should debate real issues

The General Assembly is in session, and citizens who follow legislative matters are watching this year’s antics with reactions that run the gamut from bemusement to impatience to you’ve-got-to-be-kidding-me.
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FREELAND: Fix the way Indiana funds public schools

Seldom is being average something to strive for, but with regard to Indiana’s school funding formula and how it affects my school district and many others throughout the state, just being average would be an improvement.
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SKARBECK: Beware of the strategists who see more gains ahead

The strength of the U.S. stock market has almost every “strategist” predicting that stocks will continue their upward trajectory this year.
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BOHANON & STYRING: Economic laws will push gas prices back up

Demand for petroleum products has stagnated because the global economy slowed. Supply, primarily driven by U.S. shale oil, has soared.
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LOPRESTI: Shake off the winter freeze with these sports tidbits

It's the sled dog days of winter in Indianapolis, but that doesn't mean sports have stopped.
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FEIGENBAUM: Education debate gathers energy, sharp edges at Indiana Statehouse

As the session began, we warned you to pay close attention to education issues, because they would drive the political and fiscal discussion.
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MORRIS: Much at stake in FCC net neutrality vote

Government involvement in the Internet could preserve it as is or introduce web of regulations.
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Convenience store would hurt neighborhood

I oppose a convenience store at the northeast corner of German Church Road and East Washington Street in Cumberland,where the St. John United Church of Christ is located. The proposal to demolish a church with such a significant heritage involving so many is a travesty.
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Indiana common wage repeal would be shortsighted

As a CPA, business owner for 19 years, taxpayer and leader of the Indiana Mason Contractors Association, I have a unique viewpoint on House Bill 1019 to repeal Indiana’s common construction wage law.
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