Indianapolis Business Journal

FEB. 12-18, 2021

The law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister is making a big push into public affairs and lobbying in both Indianapolis and Washington, D.C., and has nabbed seven attorneys and non-lawyer professionals—including several big names in Indiana politics—from rival firm Ice Miller to do it. Marilyn Odendahl has the story behind the moves. Also in this week’s paper, John Russell explains how a Los Angeles maker of medical equipment has quietly picked up stakes, moved to Indianapolis and become the city’s latest public company. And Greg Andrews recounts the recent run-up in shares of Eli Lilly and Co. and details the several ways this new wealth benefits central Indiana.

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Letter: Support climate legislation

This bill places a fee on carbon at its source, such as an oil well or coal mine, and returns all of the net revenue monthly back to households to pay for the added costs.

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Letter: Give servers a raise

Many Hoosier voters don’t know that Indiana’s minimum wage is really $2.13 per hour. That is what waiters and waitresses make at many restaurants in Indiana.

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