Indianapolis Business Journal

JUNE 19-25, 2020

Within days of a group of Indiana utilities asking regulators for permission last month to charge ratepayers for revenue they stood to lose because of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of people from all corners of Indiana sent a flurry of complaints to the Statehouse. Utilities say they are dealing with a rare challenge, but the outpouring of reaction seems to show that Indiana customers are in no mood for another rate increase, John Russell reports. Also in this week’s issue, Greg Andrews surveys the renewed hostilities between real estate magnates David Simon and Bobby Taubman now that Simon is pulling back from a $3.6 billion to buy the latter’s company. And Susan Orr explores the difficulties that Indiana economists face when trying to forecast the future of the state’s economy.

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