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Indiana American water rates to rise slightly under settlement

Indiana American Water customers will see an increase in rates next year under an agreement the company reached with consumer advocates. But the hike won’t be as high as the company requested.
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Ohio health plan to open Indy call center with 200 workers

CareSource, a 25-year-old managed Medicaid plan that covers more than 1.3 million people in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, said the Indianapolis center will be managed by Xerox Corp.
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House GOP sues administration over health care law

House Republicans say the Obama administration overstepped its legal authority in carrying out the Affordable Care Act.
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Bloomington tavern taking prominent downtown Indy site

The Tap beer bar has agreed to lease 6,870 square feet at the corner of New York and Delaware streets in the Pulliam Square development.
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State unemployment holds steady at 5.7 percent

Indiana added 5,500 private-sector jobs in October with modest bumps in manufacturing and the trade, transportation and utilities sector.
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Pearson finalizes closure plans for distribution center

The closure of Pearson Education Ltd.’s massive distribution center in Lebanon will affect more workers than originally expected, the company says.
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Airport to market 1,200 acres for sale or development

The 1,212 acres slated for disposal are valued at $83 million and could generate annual tax revenue of $1.7 million, according to the airport’s own estimates.
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Pence: State may sue to block Obama's immigration policies

Indiana's governor called Obama's plan to impose new policies on his own “an unacceptable end run around the democratic process” that “must be reversed.”
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Another county balks at leasing Indiana Toll Road

The St. Joseph County Commissioners on Thursday rejected joining Lake and LaPorte counties in a multi-county consortium trying to lease the Indiana Toll Road.
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Indiana ethics chief seeks changes after scandals

Indiana Inspector General David Thomas is asking for improved disclosure and ethics rules for state officials in the wake of a trio of Statehouse scandals.
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