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Mayoral candidate Hogsett names policy team

Joe Hogsett's policy team includes a mix of party activists, current and former elected officials, businesspeople and past state administration officials.
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Medical-marijuana bill won’t fly this session, but attitudes shift

Indiana won’t put itself on the marijuana-friendly map this year, as a medical marijuana bill authored by Democratic Sen. Karen Tallian is unlikely to go further than a committee hearing.
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FEIGENBAUM: Education, energy, ag legislation gain momentum

The bill count topped 1,200 before the end of January, and that figure, of course, doesn’t include the scores of amendments you’ll see before the end of April.
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2015 Forty Under 40: David Rosenberg

David Rosenberg, 29, helped lead efforts to build a new criminal justice center as deputy chief of staff for Mayor Greg Ballard.
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2015 Forty Under 40: Brian Neale

Brian Neale, 37, health care policy director for the Office of Gov. Mike Pence, is at the forefront of Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0, the governor's recently approved initiative to expand health care to more than 350,000 uninsured Hoosiers.
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2015 Forty Under 40: Corrie Meyer

Corrie Meyer, 37, president of Innovative Planning LLC, last year became executive director of the Carmel Redevelopment Commission, a role in which she brings together parties with diverse perspectives.
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2015 Forty Under 40: Andrew Cullen

Andrew Cullen, 39, vice president of public policy for United Way of Central Indiana, is a lobbyist who looks out for Indiana's kids.
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2015 Forty Under 40: Cynthia Carrasco

Cynthia Carrasco, 34, inspector general for the state of Indiana, keeps watch for fraud and abuse.
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Legislators look at cutting college tax credit, other breaks

One of the 29 tax breaks targeted for elimination allows up to a $200 credit for contributions to Indiana universities or colleges.
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Indianapolis-Chicago Amtrak service extended to April

State officials say a 60-day extension for the Amtrak line allows time for them to complete negotiations to keep it running long-term.
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