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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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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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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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Panel backs shifting power to Indiana state education board

An Indiana House committee has advanced a Republican-led proposal for shifting authority over education policy away from the elected state superintendent of public instruction.
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Legislation would allow alcohol at retirement, nursing homes

A group of residents at a Bloomington retirement home are spearheading a legislative push to allow alcohol to be served at Indiana's nursing homes and retirement communities.
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McDonald's CEO, an Indy native, steps down as sales decline

McDonald's CEO Don Thompson is stepping down as the world's biggest hamburger chain fights to hold onto customers and transform its image.
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House panel passes bill for Amish exemption on photo IDs

Bill sponsor Rep. Robert Morris, R-Fort Wayne, said it was created to give Indiana's Amish population more access to outside businesses such as banks and pharmacies that require a state-issued ID.
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Barnhart returns as head of IndyCar race control

Brian Barnhart had the same role from 1997 through 2011, but was removed after a controversial final season.
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