Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 25-MAY 1, 2016

Roughly half of the big-money donors who helped propel Republican Mike Pence into the Governor’s Office in 2012 appear to be sitting out his re-election effort this year—or are at least waiting to see what happens in his battle with Democrat John Gregg. Hayleigh Colombo digs into the campaign finance records. Also in this week’s issue, Scott Olson reports on a proposed development in Broad Ripple that could become the Village’s tallest. And in Focus, Anthony Schoettle explains how Indianapolis Motor Speedway is working to meet revved-up demand for hospitality events.

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PETERSON: Time is right for state-funded preschool

The case for broad, state funding for preschool has always been strong. Three recent developments make it overwhelming. First, Marion County families are demanding high-quality preschool for their children. For the second straight year, there have been more than twice as many applications for financial support as there are available scholarships. Parents care about their […]

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Mass Ave parking issues haven’t turned into crisis

IBJ ignores obvious counter-evidence of the “parking problem”: new storefront businesses and restaurants continue to regularly open on Mass Ave and sufficient customers are apparently able to get to them and keep them in business (however they get there).

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