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Supporters to press funding case for Evansville med school

Indiana University, the University of Southern Indiana and Ivy Tech Community College are seeking a total of nearly $50 million for the campus that would cover about six city blocks.
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Private hiring in state boomed by 15,800 jobs in November

In December, Indiana saw its biggest monthly increase in private sector jobs in 15 years, as the national economy boosted hiring across the country.
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Indiana revenue expectations down $129M for 2015

The forecast also calls for revenue to grow 4.1 percent and 4.7 percent the next two years. The forecast also projects gaming revenue to drop below 2003 levels in the next two years.
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Sixteen firms promise Indiana expansions, 2,100-plus jobs

Nine of the 16 firms who announced their plans with state officials Thursday expect to boost operations and employment in the Indianapolis area, forecasting 933 jobs.
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Pence: HIP 2.0 timeline not as important as approval

The state and federal government have been in negotiations since the summer, but the governor said he remains confident that an agreement will be reached, even if it isn’t by his original deadline.
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Sources: U.S., Cuba seek to normalize diplomatic relations

The United States and Cuba will start talks on normalizing full diplomatic relations, marking the most significant shift in U.S. policy toward the communist island in decades, American officials said Wednesday.
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Indiana senator plans medical marijuana proposal

Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Portage, said she'll introduce a bill for the upcoming legislative session to allow people with certain health problems to legally use marijuana.
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GOP plan would help teachers buy school supplies

The proposed tax credit doesn’t yet have a price tag. But it could essentially reimburse teachers for money they’ve spent on supplies, up to a cap that would be set in the law.
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GOP chooses ex-school official to replace Turner

A former central Indiana school superintendent will serve the two-year term of former state Rep. Eric Turner, who resigned last month after being the subject of a state ethics investigation.
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State senator Merritt declines Indianapolis mayoral bid

No prominent Republicans have started campaigns to replace Mayor Greg Ballard, who announced month that he wouldn't seek election to a third term in 2015.
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