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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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U.S. pay, benefits posted biggest gain since 2008

An uptick in the employment cost index during 2014 could be a sign strong job gains are forcing companies to pay a bit more for workers.
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Simon posts strong quarterly, annual earnings

Quarterly profit grew to $4.05 million, as occupancy in Simon Property Group's retail properties increased to 97.1 percent, a company record for year-end occupancy.
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Label manufacturer pledges 154 jobs, $13M investment

Multi-Color Corp. announced Friday that it's expanding operations its 120,500 square-foot manufacturing plant in Scottsburg.
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Lilly's profit, sales forecast falls

Eli Lilly and Co. predicted its 2015 sales will come in roughly $1 billion less than analysts have expected, due to the strength of the U.S. dollar against foreign currencies.
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Charter school draws heat over $100 referral reward

Carpe Diem Meridian charter school in Indianapolis offered $100 Marsh grocery gift cards to anyone who referred a student who enrolled — an incentive that some critics say went too far.
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Hotly debated bill to regulate e-cigarette liquid advances

A large group came to protest Senate Bill 539, authored by Sen. Carlin Yoder, R-Middlebury, which would establish regulations on e-liquid – the fluid used in electronic cigarettes.
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Measure seeks in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants

A bill that passed a Senate committee Thursday would allow undocumented immigrant students living in Indiana to pay in-state tuition.
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Bills weakening school chief's power advance in House

The elected state superintendent of public instruction would lose authority over several areas of education policy under Republican-backed proposals approved Thursday by an Indiana House committee.
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