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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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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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BMV excise tax refund to cost counties $19 million

BMV spokesman Josh Gillespie said the $19.2 million represents about 2 percent of the total excise tax revenue that counties normally receive over a two-year period.
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Child services agency missing caseload standard

Doris Tolliver, the agency's chief of staff, told the State Budget Committee on Wednesday that only one of its 19 regions is meeting the workload standards for case workers.
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Thanksgiving getaway: 46.3 million to hit the road

During the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, 46.3 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home, the highest number since 2007, according to car group AAA.
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Indiana taking applications for preschool program

Indiana's preschool pilot program will begin in January with about 400 openings available in four of the state's largest counties, the program said Wednesday.
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Ex-exec says INDOT ignored problems with Amtrak line bid

A former executive with a company once in the running to manage an Amtrak line between Indianapolis and Chicago said the company lacked financing and experience.
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Kruzan won't seek 4th term as Bloomington mayor

Before being elected mayor of Bloomington in 2003, Mark Kruzan was a member of the Indiana House of Representatives from 1986 to 2002. When he left the Legislature, he was House majority leader.
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Anthem cited for misrepresenting doctor networks in California

In the case of Anthem, 12.5 percent of doctors were not at the address listed for them, while 12.8 percent were not willing to accept the health plans purchased on the exchange.
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