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BMV moves license plate production away from prisons

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles has entered into a $72 million contract with Intellectual Technology Inc. to produce and distribute the state's license plates and vehicle registrations until the end of 2019.
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Council panel tables Angie's List request until next month

A decision on whether to provide more than $18 million in city incentives to consumer review service Angie's List was delayed Monday night by a City-County Council committee.
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Kokomo sues state over proposed downtown baseball park

The city filed a complaint Monday in a Marion County court against the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, saying the agency's opposition inhibits the city's ability to complete the $9 million project.
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Pence to launch state-run news service in Indiana

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is planning a state-run news service that promises to break news ahead of traditional media outlets and deliver stories written by state press secretaries.
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State union membership counters national trend

Indiana bucked a national trend in 2014 by experiencing an increase in labor union membership, new statistics released by the U. S. Labor Department show.
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Indiana city to consider $7M in incentives to keep plant open

General Mills announced earlier this month it planned to close its refrigerated goods plant that employs 400 by mid-2016.
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Indiana lawmakers facing renewed debate over casinos

Proposals aim to help boost Indiana's casinos after they've seen more big declines in revenue in the face of growing competition from neighboring states.
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U.S. home sales fall off on decline of first-time buyers

The National Association of Realtors said Friday that sales of existing homes rose 2.4 percent last month. But over the course of the entire year, sales fell 3.1 percent.
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Senate panel passes energy-efficiency utility bill

The Senate Utilities Committee voted 7-3 Thursday in approving a bill that would reduce state oversight of major utility companies' energy-efficiency programs.
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Bill loosening rules on wine sales clears committee

A state legislative panel has endorsed a proposal that would allow Indiana residents to buy wine directly from a winery without first having to make an in-person visit.
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