Indianapolis Business Journal

DEC. 14-20, 2018

The Indiana Pacers are keen to cut a deal for significant improvements to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. This week, IBJ’s Mickey Shuey gets a handle on what those might be by looking at the current state of the art in other NBA venues. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell reports that two-thirds of Indiana’s nursing homes will get lighter reimbursement checks from the federal government next year for having too many patients readmitted to hospitals within a month of discharge. And in Focus, Lindsey Erdody has a complete demographic breakdown of the 2019 General Assembly, which has 21 new members.

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U.S. House carbon proposal deserves support

After yet another season of historically intense hurricanes and wildfires invading our shores, we’re reminded once again of the ever-growing destruction from climate change. Nationally, the federal government just released its National Climate Assessment, reiterating many of the dangers already upon us and warning of the many more in store. Locally, Purdue’s Climate Change Research […]

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Letter: State GOP should value all Hoosiers

The defeat of Republican State Sen. Mike Delph was not only about the demographics in his district. The vote was also about his RFRA stand and the voters’ opposition to his anti-equality platform.

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