Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz's office approved a lucrative technology contract that state government officials said should have been subject to competitive bid, awarding it to a company that later gave one of her key aides a senior job.
Advocates on both sides of Indiana's debate over the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents were unable to make recommendations Tuesday to a committee of lawmakers considering the topic.
It's a nice surprise—especially for those caught up in the current wave of coffee-mania—to find coffeepots in a museum. The contemporary design wing of the Indianapolis Museum of Art has several in its collection.
Nationwide prices are increasing more quickly than incomes as buyers compete for the dwindling supply of available homes. The ongoing imbalance in the housing market could stifle sales in coming months.
Indiana state lawmakers plan to convene Tuesday to discuss what recommendations should be made for the upcoming legislative session regarding rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents.