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EDITORIAL: Indiana legislators fail us again

Prohibition died 82 years ago. Indiana’s maddening blue laws live on.
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RUSTHOVEN: Preschool works; let’s move ahead

Our City-County Council will soon address funding for Mayor Greg Ballard’s preschool education initiative, the next step toward making it a reality. That step should be taken.
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KIM: 'Mini-tenders' not part of investor Happy Meal

Mini-tenders are often used to catch small investors off guard and take advantage of their lack of knowledge.
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THOMAS: Work sharing calms economic waves

The best way to stimulate the economy is by keeping workers on the job through work sharing. The return is greater than infrastructure investments or tax cuts, according to Moody’s Analytics.
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BOHANON & STYRING: Communities lose more than they gain from TIFs

Tax increment financing is sold by supporters as the closest thing to a free lunch mankind ever invented. We differ.
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MAURER: Public prayers can still turn ugly

Winning friends and influencing people works best if you don't condemn them to Hell.
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FEIGENBAUM: ‘Killer amendments’ waylay expected policy changes

Veteran legislative observers had felt the timing was right this year for two policy changes long overdue.
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LOPRESTI: One-time Butler walk-on finishing the fairy tale

Alex Barlow, the "Guy Who Beat No. 1 Indiana," is more than a one-shot wonder.
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RACE: An agenda for evolving great Indy neighborhoods

One-size-fits-all solutions don't work for urban neighborhoods.
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Compromise on school funding

Fix the way Indiana funds public schools, indeed [Feb. 23 Steve Freeland Viewpoint]!
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