Employers are running out of ways to hold premiums down, provide good health coverage and give salary increases.
Columnists Brian Burton and Brian Tabor debate how high health care costs are impacting the Indiana economy—and what should be done about it. Other columnists tackle diversity in not-for-profit leadership, how Indiana could be a leader in last-mile delivery, and the Trump impeachment.
According to national data, health insurance premiums in Indiana are below the national average and almost all states in our region. We can build on the strength of Indiana’s existing health care system while reducing costs, but we must do so without blaming one segment like hospitals.
Consider that, of the organizations in central Indiana with budgets exceeding $60 million in revenue, only one has a leader of color.
Rules carry the same weight as statutes, but that is where the similarities end.
#GivingTuesday was created in 2012 to inspire people “to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.” This year, #GivingTuesday raised $511 million online alone, a 28% increase over 2018.
It’s clearer than ever that autonomous vehicles and things like IoT-enabled delivery solutions would be viable solutions to the increasing demand for delivery services.
Portrayals of Buttigieg’s short, wonky, unglamorous stint as a management consultant are irresponsible.
If Trump had the evidence to exculpate him, it would have been produced, either before the House Judiciary Committee or to the court of public opinion.
Todd Young, our state’s senior senator, seems to understand his role as a juror, withholding judgment until weighing all arguments and evidence. Steve Braun, elected little over a year ago, is enthusiastically embracing the role of defense counsel for the president.
I believe the reason this cartoon is a Christmas classic today is specifically because of this scene with Linus.
Daily, plenty of legitimate international and national stories are ignored or given fractional attention in favor of a good/bad story about the president and Russia or the president and impeachment. Snooze.
We must come together as a community and have an open dialogue about gun violence, however uncomfortable this might make us.
Our performance has been below the national turnout since about 1990.
The acceptance clearly crosses political party lines, evidenced by the states that have passed legalization statutes and referendums.
Holcomb will need to overcome a legacy of choices that have led us here, many of which preceded him.
We have to toot our own horns.
Last year, 103 black males were murdered in Indianapolis.
I am not predicting a blue-wave here, but some of Indiana’s most important races could become dramatically more competitive.
What I am talking about is our overall selfishness as a generation.
Party insiders worry Curtis Hill is vulnerable, and anyone who wins the Democratic nomination could run a negative campaign.
If the person with whom you’re negotiating gives you what you want, take the win and move on.