Marijuana use is becoming more and more normalized and widely accepted.
By making this elected position an appointed one, the supermajority ignored the voices of the more than 1.3 million Hoosiers who voted to put Glenda Ritz in that office.
Indiana’s “filet mignon” surplus sizzles, while many agencies exist on generic mac and cheese. How does Mr. Pence sustain a policy of growing a bloated surplus while revenue declines?
The opinions and perceptions of our established business leaders and emerging entrepreneurs matter. So do the opinions of young Hoosiers and those who might stay or come to Indiana as our future workforce.