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Debate on cold medicine prescriptions lingers

Lawmakers involved in the debate over how to curb Indiana's methamphetamine problem say a bill that would require drug felons to get a prescription before buying common cold medicine is likely just another step toward an eventual prescription requirement for all consumers.
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21c seeks $9M loan from city to turn Old City Hall into $55M hotel-museum

The project, which would add a modern 150-room hotel to the historic downtown building, also hinges on approval of an $11.3 million federal loan through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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New $55M downtown hotel shares architect with Cummins project

Deborah Berke & Partners is the architect on the nine-story project from hotelier 21c. If the name sounds familiar, it's because the firm designed what should be another signature building on downtown's east side.
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Greenwood seeking to demolish unfinished El Rodeo building

City officials hope to raze the structure near County Line Road and Emerson Avenue, left partially built by the Mexican chain whose owners recently pleaded guilty to criminal theft.


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Museum-hotel chain plans location on old City Hall property

Louisville-based 21c Museum Hotels plans to build a hotel on a surface parking lot north of the old City Hall as part of a larger redevelopment of the property, real estate sources familiar with the deal said.
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Simon forming $1.8B joint venture with retailer Hudson's Bay

Simon, the biggest U.S. mall owner, will contribute $278.5 million and have a stake of 20 percent in the joint venture with Canada's oldest company.
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Bill aimed at reducing meth problems advances

The Indiana Senate passed a bill 46-3 on Tuesday that would make it more difficult for criminals to purchase products used in the production of meth.
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Legislator: Sunday alcohol bill 'did not have the votes'

Indiana will keep the distinction of being the last state with a "blue law" banning Sunday carry-out alcohol sales after the sponsor of a bill that would have lifted the ban said Tuesday the measure is dead.
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Northwest-side office building sells for $14.3M

The 180,637-square-foot building, known as College Park Plaza, was built in 1998 and houses the headquarters of publicly traded Republic Airways Holdings Inc.
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Roundup: Einstein bagel shops closing, Under Armour coming to Fashion Mall

The downtown Einstein location and the chain's Fishers store closed Tuesday—joining another location that shut down in recent months—as part of a company reorganization.
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