Indianapolis Business Journal

FEBRUARY 8-14, 2016

This week, IBJ unveils the members of its Forty Under 40 Class of 2016—a collection of unusually accomplished young professionals who already are making vital contributions to life in Indianapolis. Also in this issue, John Russell diagnoses the looming nursing shortage in central Indiana. And in A&E Etc., Lou Harry reviews local stage productions of “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Sweeney Todd.”

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Apartment boom starts losing steam

Thousands of apartments have been built downtown in recent years to satisfy a voracious appetite for more rental housing in the city’s core. But demand for new apartments in the Indianapolis area finally appears to be softening.

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Media caused RFRA mess

Ask yourself what RFRA did. If you think it was to allow unfair discrimination against gays, lesbians, trans-genders, etc., you are mistaken.

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