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EDITORIAL: Indiana legislators fail us again

Prohibition died 82 years ago. Indiana’s maddening blue laws live on.
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EDITORIAL: Circle Centre mall needs help

The city should lead stakeholders to turn around one of the downtown's jewels.
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EDITORIAL: Welcome new sharing services, keep the protection

The genie of service businesses consumers can connect with on their smartphones—like ride-sharing and room-sharing—can’t be put back in the bottle. Particularly popular with millennials, such services are here to stay. Indiana would be wise to create a welcome business climate for them, while protecting the safety of local residents. Legislation wending its way through the General Assembly looks on track to maintain that balance.
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EDITORIAL: Refocus outrage over Pence's Just In news agency to watchdog work

Critics of Gov. Mike Pence's proposed news service, Just IN, should now redirect their energy in support of three bills in the Legislature that would encourage government agencies to operate in the open—a critical ingredient for a factual, fair and independent press.
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EDITORIAL: Mike Pence on track with career education

The governor is putting money behind his rhetoric, proposing a $40 million increase in funding for career and vocational programs. By 2020, he wants to see a fivefold increase in students graduating with industry-recognized credentials.
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EDITORIAL: Election problems need to be fixed

Indianapolis election laws need a couple of major revisions, and both come down to ensuring integrity in local politics.
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EDITORIAL: State Legislature needs reformers

Local government in Indiana is still bloated, but governor and legislators look the other way.
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EDITORIAL: Indianapolis Museum of Art earned its firestorm

The Indianapolis Museum of Art has had a rough month, and the arrows it is taking are self-inflicted.
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EDITORIAL: Curry, Thomas should explain Bennett investigation

Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry and state Inspector General David Thomas should acknowledge the mysteries swirling around an investigation into former state schools chief Tony Bennett and explain to Hoosiers exactly what happened, and how it won’t happen again.
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EDITORIAL: End the quarreling between Ritz, reformers

The governor should appoint the education chief, making the state’s top elected official responsible for public education—in 2020.
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