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Pence goes without issuing pardon in first two years

Gov. Mike Pence, who has said he wants Indiana to be a leader in giving criminals who've served their time a second chance, hasn't granted a single pardon during his first two years in office.
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Sugarland, promoter settle with state fair victims

Country duo Sugarland, concert promoter Live Nation and 16 other defendants have agreed to pay $39 million to settle claims stemming from the deadly 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse, lawyers for the victims and their families.
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Frost Brown office names new leader

Heather L. Wilson has been named member-in-charge of the Indianapolis office of Frost Brown Todd LLC effective Jan. 1.
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Zimmer to pay Stryker $70M in surgical device fight

The award is actually less than a third of what Warsaw-based Zimmer was originally ordered to pay for infringing patents on a lavage device.
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Lender seeking to foreclose on Nora shopping center

A bank claims the owner of Nora Corners, which is anchored by a Marsh supermarket, has defaulted on an $8.4 million loan.
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Law school enrollment plummets to 27-year low, ABA says

Total law school enrollment at the 204 accredited schools is 119,775, a 6.9-percent decrease from last year and an 18-percent decrease from its record high in 2010.
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Plucky owners reclaim, renew famous Hoosier trademarks

The new owners of Roselyn Bakery, Choc-Ola chocolate drink and Champagne Velvet beer got dormant but potent brands back on store shelves.
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Federal judge rejects NCAA concussions deal

A federal judge in Chicago rejected a proposed $75 million class-action head injury settlement with the NCAA on Wednesday, portraying the deal as too unwieldy and potentially underfunded and urging both sides to go back to the drawing board.
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Indiana high court issues order upholding labor law

The Indiana Supreme Court has issued an order throwing out the last remaining constitutional challenge to Indiana's right-to-work law banning mandatory union fees.
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Ohio girl hurt at fair challenges Indiana damages cap

Attorneys for a 13-year-old Ohio girl hurt when a stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair argued Monday that the state's cap on liability damages is unconstitutional and should be thrown out by the Indiana Court of Appeals.
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