Indianapolis Business Journal

MAY 8-14, 2020

As we begin tiptoeing back toward the office and other workplaces, John Russell examines the latest information on who is most vulnerable to COVID-19. That includes seniors and people with high blood pressure, diabetes, kidney disease and other chronic conditions. Also in this week’s issue, Samm Quinn explores how couples who have been planning their dream weddings for months and even years have needed to completely reimagine their nuptials—or postpone them until 2021—due to coronavirus crisis. And Lindsey Erdody profiles the five Democrats vying for Susan Brooks' seat in the 5th Congressional District. (You'll recall we featured the GOP hopefuls last week.)

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EDITORIAL: Federal formula for sending virus aid to states is out of whack

Indiana has the 12th-highest COVID-19 death rate in the United States, but its share of federal money intended to help states battle the pandemic isn’t nearly so high. And that’s a problem. Not just for Indiana but for every state fighting to keep from being overwhelmed by the virus but receiving a disproportionately small share […]

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LETTER: State must do more for voters

Considering the current prescription for social distancing, Gov. Holcomb and the IEC should make additional changes to Indiana’s voting rules to protect the health of voters and democracy.

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