Given how many states have legalized marijuana, we can reap the benefits of seeing where others were able to succeed, and the pitfalls they may have experienced along the way.
With its roots in communities joining to assist in obtaining the release of loved ones from jail pending trial, bail funds have mutated over time into not-for-profit businesses.
We know that many Hoosiers who have access to digital infrastructure are unable or unwilling to subscribe. When so many in our state are struggling to put a meal on the table, they will inevitably struggle to have devices and a broadband subscription. Building new infrastructure will not bridge this gap. We must also invest in broadband adoption and digital literacy programs.
An “all of the above” approach should include investments not only in innovative renewable technologies, such as wind and solar, but also in dependable low-cost natural gas, to ensure adequate energy is available when each and every customer goes to turn on the lights.
Public officials value regional collaboration—but there’s no support for a new tax on commuters.