Indianapolis Business Journal

AUG. 7-13, 2020

In this week's issue, Samm Quinn explores how the pandemic has illuminated and magnified the challenges facing people experiencing homelessness in Indianapolis’ core. Susan Orr explains how a pandemic-related plunge in ridership and expected declines in tax revenue has led IndyGo to examine all of its operations for potential cost cuts. And Mickey Shuey details how dozens of Indianapolis-area bars, music venues and other performance spaces have banded together to fight for government assistance that they say is vital for them to survive.

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Letter: School decisions undermine equity stance

The decision to close schools assumes that families have the resources to provide daytime care for children, whether that be the parents, another family member, or a paid service (daycare, nanny, private school, etc.).

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