I don’t want to live in a state where creative and forward-thinking innovators don’t pursue entrepreneurship because of the challenges and the fear of not finding mentors, partners or colleagues to help them survive and flourish.
Calling the Cultural Trail a “$63 million sidewalk” undercuts its true impact as an internationally recognized, urban pedestrian and bicycle pathway that cities from all over the world are hoping to replicate.
My company is stuck in the middle of a dispute that threatens not just one municipal fleet modernization program, but the reputation of a city that wants to develop innovative solutions that can be replicated elsewhere.
Sheila Kennedy [May 18 Taking Issue] asserts that, 150 years after the Pilgrims landed with their “Puritan” ideas, the founding fathers wrote a Constitution which makes no reference to God or divine providence.
Peter Rusthoven’s praise over the repeal of Indiana’s common construction wage law [May 11 Taking Issue] should have been characterized as praise for creating more low-income Hoosiers, as that was the intended goal of this new law.